Quite a lot has been going on at Matthews Gallery lately, and it’s all chronicled on our Instagram feed. Read the stories behind some of our latest and greatest photos below, and make sure to follow us for much more!

Boo! Our communications director Jordan dressed as a burglar for the Canyon Road Merchants Association‘s safe trick-or-treating event on Halloween, but it was the kids who took all the candy. By the end of the night, we’d passed out 7 bags of it!

Our artist Hannah Holliday Stewart was known for her (often monumental) bronze sculptures. We gave our followers a peek at her ceramics. Learn about the versatile and mysterious artist in our blog post SECRETS OF THE WAREHOUSE.

Frank Morbillo’s “Trilogy” takes on a beautiful buoyancy in the morning sun, while Robert W. Hinds’ “Mermaid 1” catches the brightest glow of the late afternoon.

We got up close and personal with this painting by Santa Fe artist Matthew Frederick, who uses a palette knife to create swirling landscapes. Check out a complete image of “Autumn Hills” on our website.

One of the neighborhood peacocks roosted on our roof last week, and he came back down in his own sweet time.

See more behind-the-scenes shots on the Matthews Gallery Instagram or on the photos section of our website, and connect with us on Twitter and Facebook for daily musings on gallery life.