An Enchanted Vision

A Celebration of Farming and Ranching in New Mexico

As a native New Mexican and member of a fifth-generation farm and ranch family, Sue Nichols’ artistic inspiration stems from the rich cultural, historical, and geographical landscape of the Borderland region. The varied aspects of New Mexico, from sunsets, abandoned adobes, and stark plains, all combine to tell the story of this unique area. Nichols’ art portrays a historical reflection of agrarian and indigenous New Mexico, ranging from depictions of past generations and days gone by to present-day youth engaged in agricultural endeavors. Sue’s artistic work incorporates multiple mediums including stained glass, watercolor, and oil painting and inspires a desire to preserve all of the unique enchanting charms that make New Mexico so special.

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Sue Nichols

Sue Nichols

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