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Mariah WAlker


Mariah's whimsical art integrates palettes of bright colors and southwest motifs to create a variety of original art sure to make you smile. You can see more of her work on her Facebook page "Look What the Wind Blew In" and on the Silver City Copper Quail Facebook profile.

@This.Kitty Photography


Kitty is  a mobile photographer from Denver, CO.   Kitty's work has been featured on multiple mobile-photography websites including the iPhone Photography School twice, Mobiography, and dozens of top Instagram feature hubs including @AGameofTones, @JJCommunity, @HeaterCentral, @Fatal.Frames, @Weekly_Features among others. She has had several write-ups of her photography on sites including Huffington Post and; and has been named as a Top 20 Instagrammer in Denver, CO by Westword Magazine. Kitty was also interviewed for Twitch TV in 2015. Kitty has hosted “instameets” in cities all over the world including London, Copenhagen, Stockholm, Chicago, Denver, New York City and Silver City.  You can see more of her work on her Instagram profile @This.Kitty

Ann Alexander

Coup stick by Silver City artist, Ann Alexander

 Ann Alexander is a lifelong artist who is fascinated by the process of bringing imagination to form. A traditional potter for many years, she recently discovered Apoxie Sculpt, an air dried clay, that gives a new versatility to her work. She also adds deerskin, buffalo bones beads, and other natural materials to her one-of-a-kind Southwestern mixed media art. 

Nancy Waccholz

"Eye of the Eagle" print from watercolor by Nancy Waccholz


Nancy Wachholz was born and raised in Wisconsin. She married her husband, photographer John Wachholz, in 1963 and moved to Silver City in 2007. Nancy and John were drawn the Gila Forest area- the colors, the weather, the people, the art. She felt a spiritual connection to this high desert, a wonderful place to live as well as thrive.

Nancy retired in 2000, she wondered if she could paint the sky. So, she took up watercolors because she loves the vibrancy and fluidity of this medium has a mind of its own.

Nancy and John had the good fortune to become close friends with some apache families. “They have great humor, a contagious and enduring connection with the land and very generous natures. So much so, they surprised us and blessed us with adopting us several years ago. My apache name is Graceful Hands of Power. I will never live up to this name.”

Bill Kaderly


Bill Kaderly is a whimsical artist who used found objects like cottonwood roots, dead juniper trees, rocks, antlers, metal and more in his sculptures.