Gaillard in Taos

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All Art Works from +Robert Parsons Galleries

Chloé Marie Gaillard

"Buckskin, Blanket and Sage"
"The Move"
"Buckskin, Blanket and Sage""The Move"
8" x 10" oil on board 8" x 10" 
“Men and Mountains”
“Men and Mountains” “Luna”
“Women in the Sun in New Mexico”
“Women in the Sun in New Mexico”"Comanche"
9" x 12" 11" x 14" oil on board

"Woman in Shawl"
"Buffalo""Woman in Shawl"
18" x 24" oil on board 24" x 18" oil on board 
"The Hunt"
"On the Go"
"The Hunt" "On the Go"
11” x 14” oil on board 11” x 14”
"The Escape"
"Snow Mountain"

"The Escape""Snow Mountain"
11" x 14" oil on board8" x 10"

"Hidden Trail"
"Red Shawl and Moccasins"
"Hidden Trail""Red Shawl and Moccasins"
10" x 8" oil on board10" x 8" oil on board

"Sacred Buffalo Hunt"

"Sister Riders"

"Sacred Buffalo Hunt" "Sister Riders"  8" x 10"
18” x 24” Oil on board  

"Women of Taos Pueblo"
"Buffalo Hunt"
"Women of Taos Pueblo" "Buffalo Hunt"
12" x 16" oil on board 8" x 10"

"Taos Pueblo"

"Desert Riders"  8" x 10" "Taos Pueblo"  11" x 14"

"Taos Pueblo Mission Church"

"Taos Pueblo Dancer"

"Taos Pueblo Mission Church"  11" x 14" "Taos Pueblo Dancer"  6" x 6"

"Up and Coming"
"Women Riding in a Field of Sage"
"Up and Coming"  11" x 14" "Women Riding in a Field of Sage" 12" x 16"

"Mother and Child"
"The Rider"
"Mother and Child"
"The Rider"
8" x 10"8" x 10" oil on panel

"The Riders"
"Summer Sage"
 "The Riders" "Summer Sage"
24” x 36” oil on board  11" x 14"

French Artist Chloé Marie Gaillard said about Taos, ”I fell in love with it because it's so similar to my hometown in the mountains.
When I came here, I knew in my heart that's where I was supposed to come.
I don't think I would've been a painter if my grandmother was not a painter.
I followed their steps.
I know that I had to come here.  This is where I met my husband, too.
I know that I'm where I'm supposed to be for sure.
For me, working with this, it has no price ... I'm a mountain person, and for me it's perfect here."

Chloé Marie Gaillard at work
Chloé Marie Gaillard at work

Chloé Marie Gaillard on her inspirations:
”Native American beadwork, embroidery from all over the world, I used to paint a lot of folk art.
This was a big influence in my life, for my art, for myself, for my research and everything,
and it led me to Western art, so it's really important for me.”

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122 D Kit Carson Road, Taos New Mexico, 87571

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