Thank you for joining us for the Farmington Virtual Art Walk! Whether you are looking to do some shopping, or simply need to take a break from your newsfeed - we hope you will enjoy this Virtual Art Walk and take the time to celebrate art and connect with our community. Many talented local artists are featured here, please click on each to explore their work. If you see something you like, links are provided for you to purchase directly from the artist or their representing art gallery. When you do so, know that you are helping our art community and small businesses. We encourage you to scroll through the event often as new art and artists will be added regularly.
Danni Andrew is an artist living in the Four Corners area of New Mexico. She is an artist and author. Danni works in oils on canvas and tie-dye. Danni started painting when she was fourteen years old and has taken classes from some of the areas most famous artists learning her skills both in the studio and the classroom....
Susan Todacheene Armenta is a retired teacher who likes to vary her artistic talents between different media including acrylics, oil, watercolor, stained glass, photography, sculpture, underglazes, gourd art, fused glass, collage and investigating new ideas. She focuses on the southwest, military, old trucks, and rural themes. Her art is also sold at the Chile Pod on Main Street. <...
Debbie Clay is an artist from Farmington, New Mexico. Her current works include landscapes featuring the Rocky Mountains, the Great Southwest, scenes from her travel in Europe, and many still life paintings. This artist offers secured purchase transactions via PayPal, please contact directly to purchase. Visit her website for a look at additional artwork.
Chris is a long time resident of the Four Corners Area. He is a professional artist with a studio at Artifacts Gallery on Main Street in Farmington. His pastel paintings have won numerous awards in local, state and national competitions. Chris is happy to deliver paintings free of charge to collectors in the Four Corners Area. ...
Mick Ferrari started painting in oils after retirement. He helps rancher friends with their cattle and paints from those experiences often depicting the Four Corners area, cowboys and cowgirls, and the western way of life. He also takes commission work.
Sherrie Hart Van Sickle
Sherrie Hart Van Sickle works mainly with watercolor, watercolor collage, and acrylic; but her real passion is watercolor. She likes to work in layers and build up the colors and texture in whatever media she is working with. Her goal is to share the “feel” rather than the details, and sometimes it actually works! Her work is...
Patrick Hazen is a landscape photographer based in the Four Corners. Patrick’s pursuit of landscape images has taken him throughout the Western United States. The beauty and artistry of his photographs are born of a unique eye for the ever-changing moods of Nature and a life- long passion for the wilderness. Patrick captures the fleeting moments...
Teresa Lynn Johnson
Teresa Lynn Johnson has lived in the Four Corners area for over 25 years. She works in oils and loves painting all subjects to capture beautiful light, but mostly enjoys painting landscapes and animals. Her work has been featured in Southwest Art Magazine, Western Art Collector, and other publications.
Maria Kompare is a local artist. Her work can be found throughout galleries and art shows in Farmington. Contact the artist directly to purchase the work displayed here. Each piece is offered matted, not framed.
Derrick Kosea resides just outside of Farmington, NM. He has recently taken on the challenge of landscape photography and enjoys every bit of it, "I want to share my art with everyone and continue to keep learning and growing in my love for photography. I hope you enjoy it. Thank you!"
"My name is Doug Miller. I live just outside of Farmington in the Northwest corner of New Mexico. I am a full-time artist working primarily from my home. Creating art allows me to interpret the beauty that I see all around me. I have always been fascinated by the original artists of the Southwest whose ...
Jennifer is a self-taught mosaic artist residing in Farmington, NM. She's been pursuing her passion since 2012 creating mosaics using glass and natural elements such as turquoise, copper, quartz, hematite, pearls, jasper, peridot, gold, silver, and iron pyrite on recycled, found, and repurposed substrates. Swarovski crystals, vintage rhinestones, glass, found objects, and unique metal embellishments are also featured heavily....
Gilmore Scott is a popular artist in the Farmington area, his work can be found in local art galleries, art show, and at the annual Totah Festival. “Beauty is simple design and the harmony of color. My inspiration for images and subjects is from my interpretations of how I view my culture. I’ve chosen subjects...
Michael Scott celebrates fandom with his unique take on Toy and Landscape Photography. This talented young artist blends icons from movies and comics with the iconic landscapes found in the Four Corners. Creating art that delights the viewer!
Soul in Bloom Art by Amanda Segobia reveals universal energies using acrylic and metallic acrylics. The artworks created express meaning, balance, and mindfulness. "Each soul is on their own individual path to inner peace and individual expression, what does yours look like? Please take a moment and view mine."
Kayla Shaggy enjoys making comics and illustrations based on her own experiences and deriving inspiration from her Dine background. Her art style concentrates on bright colors, detailed mark makings, and conveying emotions through art techniques. Kayla is an award-winning and celebrated artist throughout the Four Corners. Visit her website for a closer look at her creations and to...
Curt was born in 1946 in Santa Paula, California. In 1949, he moved to Cedar Hill, New Mexico. His parents owned a general store and a small farm. He began drawing as a youth and continued his interest in art during high school. In 2007, after retiring from a long and successful career in the financial sector of a major engineering...
Catherine is a native New Mexican. After attending the University of New Mexico with a major in art and anthropology, she later completed a bachelor's degree. She is a self-taught studio jeweler who works with many metals, an array of found objects, and a variety of stones. Enameling is a new passion for her.  ...
Venaya Yazzie is a regional artist from the Four Corners in northwest New Mexico. She is Dine'/ Navajo and Hopi and is a multi-media artist and poet. Yazzie also is a Cultural Educator and has taught art, bilingual literacy, poetry in the community, including with the Bisti Writing Project. She's a member of the Northwest...
Karen Willeto has been passionate about Photography since 1975. She earned a BFA(1979) and MA(1983) from Eastern Michigan University. She has been an art and photography teacher at Diné College, since 1981, but soon to retire! She also teaches some photography classes for Encore at San Juan College. To purchase...
Thank you for letting us energize your life journey with spectacular artwork in the form of this Virtual Art Walk! In Farmington, we affectionately refer to unexpected, delightful surprises as "Jolts". Throughout our community, we strive to provide jolt-worthy experiences that leave our residents and visitors in awe. If you are interested in learning more about our community please order our free vacation guide and join us on Facebook at Visit Farmington.
If you are an artist in San Juan County, New Mexico, or manage a local art gallery, trading post, or shop and would like to take part in the event, please contact us. Artwork submissions will be accepted throughout the event.