Artist’s Bio
           Ginna Heiden is an  artist living in New Mexico, best known for colorful,  abstract paintings in oil or acrylic.  As her teaching career was winding down, she enrolled in art classes at UNM focusing on jewelry.  After moving to Silver City, she discovered her true passion in painting.  She studied oil painting with a local landscape artist, and then ready for more rigorous and expanding coursework, she began taking painting classes at WNMU with professor John Abbott.  She now lives with her husband, Jack, in Rio Rancho, NM.  She is inspired by a variety of past abstract artists including Paul Klee, Willem de Kooning, and Georgia O’keefe, as well as current abstract artists, Kyle Staver, Steve Dibenedetto  and Katherine Bradford, among others. 
Exhibitions and Shows:
2017:  Nov. featured artist at The Place Gallery in Silver City, NM,
2018:   All Abstraction, Matrix Fine Art, in Nob Hill, Albuquerque, NM
2018:  The Next Step, at Gallery 104 in NYC, NY
2019:  Women’s Work, Ghostwolf Gallery in Old Town, Albuquerque, NM
2019:  Abstract and Surreal Works, Sacred Arts Gallery, Rio Grande Art Association, Albuquerque, NM
The Place Gallery, Silver City, NM
Grant County Art Guild Gallery, Silver City, NM