Several of our stamps are by local and not so local artists. Below are brief biographies of the artists whose work that we license.
The owner of StampaFe and Guadalupe's Fun Rubber Stamps, Lee is an artist and stamp designer. Her stamps are found through out the StampaFe Collection. Her original art work is found on her blog.
Perhaps our most well known artist, Willard Clark arrived in Santa Fe in 1928 on his way to California. He stopped to visit a friend and fell in love with Santa Fe. Educated in commercial art, he opened a print shop and soon began to carve images for his clients from end wood cuts. Willard ran his print shop for many years. During World War II, he went to work for Los Alamos Lab. Only after his retirement in the 1970s did he return to his printmaking. Willard died in 1992. Through arrangement with Willard Clark's family we are proud to license these iconic images of Santa Fe and New Mexico.
Kiva by Willard Clark
A local graphic artist, Jaye has had many of her illustrations published over the years. We like her fresh approach to the southwest images that we have turned into rubber stamps. Jaye's web site is: http://jayeoliver.com/
Crow by Jaye Oliver
A local artist who lives in Albuquerque, Penny works in a variety of media, from clay to beads to pen and ink. Her graphic black and white images make wonderful stamps.
Penny's Church by Penny Baker
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StampaFe Art Stamps
Guadalupe's Fun Rubber Stamps
114 Don Gaspar Ave.
Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA 87501
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