"These jewel-like paintings intuitively fuse different aesthetic traditions, folk art and old master, with natural grace and an uncanny quality that may be a species of magic." —American Arts Quarterly
I am pleased to announce my upcoming solo exhibition “The Sublime Vignette” at the Meyer Gallery in Park City, Utah. Please join us for the opening reception on December 26, 2014 from 6:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. I so look forward to celebrating and meeting with you.
p.s. Apologies in advance for an incomplete preview. I am still painting (to the last minute as has become my habit). However I will announce the completed preview when it becomes available. Thank you so much for your patience.
by Devon Jackson
October/November 2010, p 52
You either love this sort of cheeky classical style or you loathe it. Botero fans and appreciators of an appreciator of Titian and Rubens and their contemporaries, will dig it (as I do). Why? Because Ronquillo, a self-taught Filipino immigrant now living in Santa Fe, unlike most educated painters who dip their brushes into this genre, embraces her forebears not just intellectually but with her heart as well. Honest art is art worth paying attention to.
We had a lovely opening and show at Wally Workman in Austin. It’s two weeks into the show and I am thrilled at the turnout and ever grateful for everyone’s support. Here are some installation shots taken at the gallery:
You can read the statement here. Of course the entire show was stolen by my beloved Westie – who even got a present from Wally.
After painting nearly everyday since for several months now… I am truly ready for a week of vacation, first in Marfa, then Austin. I’m also looking forward to meeting everyone at the opening ~ Saturday, May 1, 6-8 pm at Wally Workman Gallery.