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Alice Webb Artist Statement

As an artist the creation of images that the viewer can reflect upon and be rejuvenated by has always been my top priority. I work in oils with a focus primarily on the landscape.

There are an infinite number of ways to color canvas with excitement.  The graceful or wild lines created by a mountain or a river; the contrast in light and shadow; all the simple, complex, natural and man made shapes that make up the landscape delight me. I am particularly interested in the southwest because of its fierce beauty. In my landscapes I first have to find the composition of the painting.  I may move mountains and rivers reimagining the scene when I draw the contours of the physical structures. I look for the pure color in the landscape and have become known for my use of color. At some point I surrender to the process and let my “I” get out of the way. This is another reason why I paint – to reach that meditative state where the painting takes on a life of its own. Hopefully I have created a feast for your eyes and you can enjoy viewing my work as much as I have enjoyed painting these pieces!

Alice Webb Biography

I arrived in Taos, New Mexico in 1973 at age twenty-one, after having grown up near the museum district in Fort Worth, Texas. Drawing, painting and the study of art formed the backbone of my early years. While still in junior high school, I began to show and sell paintings, prints and drawings at craft fairs. Although I now have a Bachelors of Fine Art and a Masters of Art Education from the University of New Mexico, it was by studying the Taos founders and painting in the very spots they frequented that I truly learned to paint. When I went back to school at UNM in 1990 I took a break from the heightened color I had become known for and explored the thousands of variations of black, white and gray. Even with these abstract paintings I often laid down a colorful under painting. I feel I actually learned more in relationship to my own work when I studied color theory while working on my Masters in Art Education than I did when completing my BFA.

Over the past forty years I have exhibited work both nationally and internationally, in museums, universities, galleries and juried shows. My paintings and prints are included in numerous public, corporate and private collections and can be seen locally at Weyrich Gallery in Albuquerque, NM and Jezebel Gallery in Madrid, NM.

You can see more of Alice Webb's work at alicewebbart.com.


Albuquerque Convention Center, Urban Enhancement Program, Albuquerque, NM,

NOR-LEA Regional Hospital, 1% for the Arts Purchase ,Lovington, NM

Curry County Adult Detention Center, 1% for the Arts Purchase , Clovis, New Mexico

Adult Respite Center, 1% for the Arts Purchase, Carlsbad, New Mexico

Charles Schwab Investments, Denver, Colorado

Diamond-Shamrock Building, Dallas, Texas

ARCHITECTURE, Camarillo, California, Neil Scribner, A.I.A.

White and Steel, Denver, Colorado

Public Service Co., Denver, Colorado

North Denver Medical Center, Denver, Colorado

Deloitle-Haskins-Sells, Denver, Colorado



Albuquerque Art and History Museum, Arts Thrive Exhibition, 2019

Fine Arts Museum of Turkmenistan, The Spirit of Two Deserts, Turkmenistan, 2014

Albuquerque Art and History Museum, Miniatures and More Exhibition, 2012

University of New Mexico, Masley Gallery, Albuquerque, NM, Art Education Faculty Exhibition, yearly 2004 through 2019

Las Cruces Museum of Fine Arts, Las Cruces, NM, The Art of Space, 2006

University of New Mexico, Masley Gallery, Albuquerque, NM, 5,000 Flowers, 2002

Kent State University, Kent, OH, National Collage Society Annual Exhibition, 1999

Eastern New Mexico University, Portales, NM, New Mexico Photographer Exhibition, 1998

Orange Coast College, Costa Mesa, CA, After Dark, 1995

University of New Mexico, John Somners Gallery, Albuquerque, NM, Summer

Faculty and Friends, 1992



Jane Hamilton Fine Art, Tucson, AZ, Into Abstraction, Solo exhibition, 2018

Weyrich Gallery, Albuquerque, NM, As I See It, Solo exhibition, 2016

Mariposa Gallery, Albuquerque, NM, Beautiful Day, Solo exhibition, 2015

Mariposa Gallery, Albuquerque, NM, Yantras and Eggs, Solo Exhibit, December 2007

Mariposa Gallery, Albuquerque, NM, Elements and Principles, Solo Exhibit, 2002

New Grounds Print Workshop, Albuquerque, NM, Places in the Heart; Monotypes, Solo exhibit, 2001



Weyrich Gallery, Albuquerque, NM, Pieces of the Earth, Two person exhibit, 2020

Open Space Visitor Center, Albuquerque,, NM, The Luna Project: Lightspace exhibit, 2020

Ghostwolfe Gallery, Albuquerque, NM, Women’s Work, Juried Exhibit, 2020

Sumner and Dene Gallery, Albuquerque, NM, Churches of New Mexico, Invitational exhibit, 2019

Zendo, Albuquerque, NM, A Crack in Everything, Luna Project Exhibit, Group show, 2019

New Mexico Art League, Faculty Exhibition, Group show, 2019

Open Space Visitors Center, Albuquerque, NM, The Luna Project; The Edge Effect, Group exhibit, 2018

The Gallery With A Cause, New Mexico Cancer Center, Albuquerque Art Treasures, 2017

Mariposa Gallery, Albuquerque, NM, The Luna Project: Distracted by Happiness, Group exhibit, 2015

Mariposa Gallery, Albuquerque, NM, Peaks and Valleys, Solo exhibition 2014

Open Space Visitor’s Center, Albuquerque, NM, The Luna Project: Reflect, Group show, 2014

Weyrich Gallery, Albuquerque, NM, Echo, Luna Project Exhibition, 2013

Corrales Bosque Gallery, Corrales, Library Benefit, Group show, 2013

Open Space Center, Albuquerque, Begin Again, Luna Project Exhibition, Group show, 2012

Canyon Road Contemporary Arts, Santa Fe, Tierra Scape, Three Person Exhibition, 2012

Act I Gallery, Taos, NM, Nocturne, Guest artist, 2010

A Hunger Artist, Albuquerque, NM, Aesthetic Ends, Three person exhibit,2001

Occasions Gallery, Scottsdale, AZ, Landscapes of New Mexico, Five person exhibit 2001

Red Canyon Gallery, Durango, CO, Alice Webb and Dolores Kennedy, Two person exhibit, 2000

Mariposa Gallery, Albuquerque, NM, Stephen Grace and Alice Webb, Three person exhibit, 2000



Expo New Mexico Fine Arts Judge, 2018

The Zero Proof Project, Gold Addy Award, 2018

Albuquerque Art Treasure, Award for both Excellence in the painting and service 2016

New Mexico State Fair Fine Arts Exhibition, First Place in Mixed Media, 2012

New Mexico State Fair Fine Arts Exhibition, Third Place in Collage, 2012

New Mexico State Fair Fine Arts Exhibition, Third Place in Mixed Media, 2011

Master Artist, Mayor’s Summer Art Institute, The Ancient Ones Mural,

Albuquerque Convention Center, Summer 2003

Jeanne Hoppler Endowed Memorial Scholarship, 2001

Honorable Mention, National Collage Society Annual Exhibition, 1999

First Place, Genesis, A Hunger Artist Gallery, Albuquerque, NM, 1998

First Place, Harvest of Colors, A Hunger Artist Gallery, Albuquerque, NM,


Second Place, Avocations of Postmodern Man/Woman, A Hunger Artist Gallery,

Albuquerque, NM, 1997

Honors Thesis Solo Exhibition, The Blue Room, John Somners Gallery,

University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM, 1993

Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society, Inducted 1993

University of New Mexico’s Most Outstanding Senior, Golden Key National

Honor Society, 1993

Nat Moore Memorial Scholarship, 1992



The Zero Proof Project, copywriter and creator, online and interactive

Gender and Art Education: A Feminist Critique, review of literature

accepted for publication, The Journal of Gender Issues in Art and

Education, Department of Art, University of Maine,

The Razor Blade Lady, essay, New Mexico Photographer, New Mexico State

University, Portales, NM, Summer

THE Magazine, art critic,



Pulka, Wesley, Churches of New Mexico Exhibit at Sumner and Dene, Albuquerque Journal 2019

Pulka, Wesley. Artistic Vision Evolving, Albuquerque Journal, October 2002

Reynolds, Judith. Red Canyon/Voyager Shows Dazzle With Hues, The Durango

Herald, October 6, 2000

Pulka, Wesley. Strong Pieces Stand Out in Pasted Exhibition, The

Albuquerque Journal, August 29, 1999

Nahum-Sobol, Leah. Webb mixes sound, light and space, The Taos News,


Elwell, Melody. Big Steps Taken By Webb, The Taos News, May 1989

Hurst, Tricia. The Taos Seven, New Mexico Magazine, May 1987

Secherch, Meg. More From San Cristobal, The Taos News, December 4, 1986

Morton, Ellen. New Mexico: The Landscape: Twenty Painters, ARTLINES,

October 1985

Forman, Joann. Artist Profile: Alice Webb, Mystique Magazine, and

November/December 1985


Masters of Art Education, Summa Cum Laude, University of New Mexico,

Spring 2003

Post Bacc Art Educators Licensure, University of New Mexico, Spring 2002

Bachelors of Fine Arts, Summa Cum Laude, Emphasis in Painting, Drawing and

Printmaking, University of New Mexico, Fall 1993

La Corte della Miniera Ceramics and Printmaking Studio Workshop, Umbria,

Italy, Summer 2000

Taos Art Institute, Class with Fritz Scholder, 1990