Found at the top of Canyon Road, in a tidy little oasis, Globe Fine Art breathes fresh forms into Santa Fe's contemporary art scene.
Featuring established painters alongside glass and steel sculptors, we fill our gallery and garden with graceful, powerful works of art.
Globe Fine Art emphasizes excellence in all areas of production and presentation, but above all, we value originality.
By regularly sourcing emerging artists, we create a gallery space that is bright, colorful, whimsical, and fun.
The works seem to chat with each other in harmony. There are surprises around every corner.
We offer art that is guaranteed to lift your spirits, excite your senses, and inspire your inner life.
Come visit us at 727 Canyon Road - you'll see what we mean.
Steve Sariel, Founder
Educated at New York’s Pratt Institute, Steve Sariel is a renowned painter, who also taught art in Paris. As an artist, known as Steve Cieslawski, he has worked for all major publications and publishing houses in New York City and served on the board of directors of the Society of Illustrators and the Santa Fe Gallery Association. His work was shown in SoHo galleries and in The Museum of Contemporary Art in Oaxaca, Mexico.
At Globe Fine Art his principal interest is in showing works that uplift the spirit and attitude of all who visit. Being a long-time meditator and mindfulness instructor, his aim is to invite people to inhabit the right side of their brain and to leave the daily minute by minute routine. His vision incorporates a flow in the pairing of paintings, glassworks, and sculpture to offer an experience with a surprise around every corner. Enter the gallery to experience life from the inside of a crystal.
Erica Rose Leone, Director
Erica is passionate about sharing art with others and seeks to enhance both the mental and physical well-being of her clients by curating their environments with beautiful and meaningful works of art. Erica shares Steve’s mission to inspire every guest to relish the present moment when they step foot inside the gallery.
Erica received her Master of Arts in Art History from the University of Texas at Tyler. Her research interests are rooted in ancient Greek and Roman art, as well as Baroque art. Her interest in ancient art focuses on themes of female power and goddess worship, primarily related to the cult of Demeter and Persephone in connection with the Eleusinian Mysteries throughout ancient Greek Sicily. Through art history, she enjoys connecting the past and the present, finding parallels and influence among ancient and contemporary art.