Posts Tagged "Medicine Man Gallery"

Book follows Natives’ place in the Market

Posted on Aug 31, 2012 in Recent News | 0 comments

Excerpt published online courtesy ABQJournal

By David Steinberg / Journal Staff Writer on Sun, Aug 12, 2012

AT BOOKWORKS: The store at 4022 Rio Grande NW hosts these events this week. … Mark Sublette chats about his new novel, “Paint By Numbers: A Charles Bloom Mystery,” at 3 p.m. today. Sublette is owner of Santa Fe’s Medicine Man Gallery.

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“Paint by Numbers” feature in Cowboys and Indians

Posted on Jul 28, 2012 in Recent News | 0 comments

As featured on www.cowboysindians.com

“Paint by Numbers” Book Signing Author Mark Sublette

Event Date/Time: Aug 16, 2012, 5:00 pm until 6:00 pm

Author, Mark Sublette will be signing his new book and first in his Charles Bloom murder mystery series, “Paint by Numbers” on Thursday, August 16th from 5 – 6 PM at Medicine Man Gallery, 602A Canyon Road.

To place an order for your signed copy, call 505-820-7451 or 866-894-7451 or email santafe@medicinemangallery.com.

“From the gripping prologue to the twist-upon-twist conclusion, Mark Sublette’s PAINT BY NUMBERS will keep you up nights… unable to stop turning the page!” – Sandi Ault, bestselling author of the WILD Mystery Series.

“Mark Sublette’s first novel is… marvelous. The white art dealer Charles Bloom lives in New Mexico with Indians. His impressive work is constantly taken away by those who go for nothing but money in New York. But Charles Bloom never stops in following great creativity… neither should we.” – Michael Blake, author of Dances with Wolves.

“A deadly mystery about art and ambition, stretching from Navajoland to New York.” – Wolf Schneider, albuquerqueARTS
Location:

Mark Sublette Medicine Man Gallery
602A Canyon Road
Santa Fe, NM
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Sponsor Just Me Publishing
Phone 505-820-7451
Contact name Michael Ettema
Contact email santafe@medicinemangallery.com
Website http://medicinemangallery.com/
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Medicine Man Mystery Launch

Posted on Jul 26, 2012 in Recent News | 0 comments

Cover-Western-Art-Collector-August-2012Published online courtesy Western Art Collector, August 2012

Art lovers and should mark their calendars for the August 16th launch of the crime novel Paint by Numbers by gallery owner Dr. Mark Sublette. Set in Santa Fe and New York City, Paint by Numbers, Sublette’s debut work, will give readers a unique picture of the art dealer’s world — and provide a bit of suspense.

“I’ve always had a fascination about how values go up when artists are no longer around,” Sublette says. “The premise of the murder mystery is set on that little nugget.”

Sublette, who has owned the Medicine Man Gallery on Canyon Road for more than 16 years, has fused a bit of his savvy art business sense and experience with a Hillerman-esque style of fiction, set against the backdrop of the Navajo Nation.

“The most interesting thing that readers will like is that there is an authenticity as my background as an art dealer,” he reiterates, “and one who deals in Native American materials, who loves Native American cultures.

“I’ve known some medicine men and have had interaction with artists who have medicine men as their family members,” he offers. “And I know quite a bit about sandpaintings — I’ve always had an interest in that. The rituals I bring out are close to what happens. I do change a few things because I don’t want it to be too sensitive to the Navajo.”

Charles Bloom, the protagonist who owns a contemporary art gallery on Canyon Road, is faced with the loss of the great protege, Willard Yellowhorse. Years later, Charles, is still trying to come to grips with the loss of a great artist. When Yellowhorse’s final painting, Struggle, is about to be sold at auction, Bloom’s inner voice is shouting with two unrelenting questions: How did Willard Yellowhorse really die? And who, if anyone, killed him?

Paint by Numbers, the first in the Charles Bloom mystery series, will be available in hardcover at museum stores, at the Medicine Man Gallery and website, and in eformat on Kindle, Amazon and Nook.

Mark Sublette Medicine Man Gallery is located at 602A Canyon Road in Santa Fe. For more information, call 866-894-7451 or visit www.medicinemangallery.com

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Weavings for the Children: An Exhibit of Early Navajo Child and Adolescent Blankets

Posted on May 8, 2012 in Books | 0 comments

Weavings for the Children: An Exhibit of Early Navajo Child and Adolescent Blankets

Weavings for the Children: An Exhibit of Early Navajo Child and Adolescent Blankets

 

Introduction by Dr. J. Mark Sublette

Softcover

Out of Print

copyright 1998

11″ x 8.5″

36 pages

32 color plates

$18.95

To place an order, email: office@medicinemangallery.com

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Maynard Dixon’s Nvorczk 1917-1934 Catalog

Posted on May 8, 2012 in Books | 0 comments

Maynard Dixon's Nvorczk 1917-1934 Catalog

Maynard Dixon's Nvorczk 1917-1934 Catalog

 

Foreward Donald J. Hagerty

Introduction Dr. Mark Sublette

Softcover

Out of Print

copyright 2008

64 pages

69 color plates

11″ x 8.5″

$40

To place an order, email: office@medicinemangallery.com

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