Humanities Gallery

Brothers in Art exhibit

Sept. 12 – Oct 18, 2013

Reception: Sept 12 – 3:00 to 5:00 p.m.


Ken Gordon began his interest in photography around age 15, and still maintains his interest in photography today. He is self-taught and enjoys learning new techniques to accomplish his visions.

Ken currently uses digital DSLR’s for most of his photography, but still uses one of several large format and medium format film cameras as a means of staying grounded to the basics.

His primary interest is landscape photography but enjoys delving into other areas of photography as well. He strives to capture the form and beauty that mother nature has given us.

He is a native of Farmington and after a number of years in the service returned to make Farmington his home. With Farmington as a home base he is able to travel in any direction in the southwest.

He currently has a web site that can be reached by Googling “Kennith Gordon Fine Art”

Timithy L. Gordon was born in Farmington, New Mexico in 1946 and now lives in Aztec, NM. Tim developed an interest in art at a very early age and was encouraged by his family
through out his life.

Tim is largely a self taught artist, receiving the only kind of formal training in one or two years of high school. While in the U.S. Air Force he painted 10 or 12 murals for the Air Force
& is a veteran of Vietnam.

With a renewed interest in painting Tim returned to painting about ten years ago and devotes a good portion of his off time in this pursuit. "I believe I have developed a maturity and experience, in later life, to allow me to be a better artist and “I hope the public likes the work I do."

Acrylic is my medium of choice, the vibrancy of color and properties of acrylic paint allows me to achieve the effects I strive for. I don't limit myself to one theme of subject, I like to explore many subjects and even techniques, such as pallet knife. To capture light, mood and story is always a challenge and makes art fun.

My goal is to enjoy the process of painting and produce art that people want to have in their home.


For more information about this exhibit and others at San Juan College, call Cindy McNealy at (505) 566-3464.