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  • Santa Fe

    Various Venues, Santa Fe

    Summer in Santa Fe opened with the 1963 Biennial Exhibition for New Mexico Artists and closed with an arty thud—the Fiftieth Annual Fiesta Show. The Biennial, a juried show, was partly invitational. Perhaps to insure a higher professional level, this policy most certainly aroused the wrath of some of the artists. The prize money was unevenly divided into three classes: $150 went to an oil by Tom Holland, $100 to Al Barela for a welded steel horse, and in the print-drawing class, $75 to Virginia A. Sherman for a tempera. These three are all from Albuquerque. There were a few good things in the

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