Yuan Ru Gallery based in Taipei, Taiwan is pleased to be making their debut US exhibition at Art Santa Fe 2017, showcasing Taiwanese artists as well as international artists based in Taiwan and Japan. Brazilian born artist Waleredo Oliveira is concerned with the exhaustion of the world's natural resources taking place today that represents the exhaustion of our civilization itself. He feels a renovation of values and ethics, an 'Eco-Revolution' is needed and expected to come about led by native cultures around the world, as well as large portions of city dwellers. He brings to Santa Fe artwork created on recycled Amazonian wood and a hubcap from NYC with images of native cultures and mother nature. French artist Baptiste Tavernier, who has resided in Japan for 10 years, utilizes the theme of labyrinths throughout his artworks as cities and abstractions, making social and political commentaries on our ever-changing world today. Tim Budden, a British artist living in Taiwan for over 20 years, inspired by traditional Chinese paper-cut art will present beautiful meticulous artworks of acrylic on cut paper. Yuan-Ru Hsieh, a Taiwanese-American artist whose artwork theme revolves around nature, will be presenting her Seasons Series, as well as her Richter-inspired artworks.