Regarding valuation of RC Gorman art, the Navajo Gallery is gracious with their help.
R. C. Gorman picturegary
I have a signed picture dated 1981. Ihave looked just about everywhere trying to find it to see if is real or fake and have had no luck. It's a woman sitting covered with a blue and purple blanket. The only tings you can see of her are her face,feet and one hand. Can anyone help me?
woman with chili peppersFrances Herrera
I have this painting of RC Gorman idont know very much about it I know its name is woman w/chili pepper if you know more about it plz. let me know. Thank You
I have a signed RC Gorman depicting a native American woman wearing a squash blossom necklace with a red band around her hair that I have never been able to find in any books etc. Anyone know about it?
RC Gorman acrylic painting!greg belter
OI have a rare "Pueblo" Acrylic painting in excellent condion matching composition of his Lithograph Pueblo. Any feedback?
Patsy Khan (02/04/2008)
RC, I can still hear your voice calling me...Patsy, Patsy. You never called my name once, always two times. I began to think my name was Patsy-Patsy!
I miss your walking on this earth, your quit wit, that twinkle in your eye, your great talent....and of course, hearing your voice calling my name.
I miss you...friendship and love for a friend transcends time and space.
I have a piece of Gorman
art. It is either a signed print or an original dated 1978. How would I go about verifying this piece and learning anything about it.
Recent thoughts of RCCurtis Grubbs
He is still my friend when I am asleep. I have wonderful and happy times with him, as we all did when he was among us. He challenges me and makes me laugh in dreams. Hello!
Gone, But Never to be forgottenWillow
A true one of a kind artist and individual who will always be in our hearts. RC Gorman should always be remembered with kindness and respect regardless of what evil is written about him.
RC GormanPat Khan
RC was hospitalized in Albuquerque when he passed away.
Goodbye & Good Journey My FriendJussta
R.C. was one of the most gracious, kindest people I knew. I used to live across the highway from R.C. when I had a bed 'n breakfast in Taos. He was the first person to invite me to his Christmas Party. I loved his artwork, of course, but most of all his great laugh! I produced 3 Videos/TV Shows on R.C. and to replay them and to hear his laughter once again is so beautiful. He will always be in my heart!
Wow..its really true..and it hits home as I daily drive past Gorman's home..and now, his final resting place. I see there is another grave very close to his, I assume its a relitive..and now...Ruddy is there too. Does anyone know if there are plans to turn his home into a Gallery? The Flowers are dry now...and everyday a few more blow away. If anyone can/wants to chat about him..Id like to join in...He really was something!!!