Harrington Changing Gallery
Born in Austria at the turn of the 19th century, Gisella Loeffler immigrated to the United States and eventually settled in the creative environment of Taos, New Mexico. Active in the Taos artist community, yet often overlooked by history, Loeffler combined Indigenous and Hispanic motifs with her native Austro-Hungarian folk art traditions with whimsy and subtle sophistication.
This exhibition is a long overdue exploration of her large body of work which includes paintings, illustrations, furniture, decorative objects, murals, and personal letters.
Thank you to our sponsors,
The C.J. and Syble Fowlston Charitable Trust & The Dr. Kent Roberts and Ilene Roberts Balliett Foundation