October 4

Di Camillo2Essence Gallery & Boutique
323 Romero St. NW, Suite 1 – 843.7367
Night Two of the Gallery Grand Opening!
Essence Gallery and Boutique celebrates its grand opening with works by featured artist Roger DiCamillo. His colorful oils and watercolors capture the beautiful scenes of Italy, southwest pueblos and Native dancers, and the luminescence of our universe. Please come and enjoy the start of our 2014 Balloon Fiesta, and the start of this new business!

October 10

coleman2Page Coleman Gallery
6320-B Linn Avenue NE – 238-5071 – pagecoleman.com
Reception 5-7:30pm
Page Coleman Gallery presents featured artist Joy Coffino with Deep Space and guest artist Carmelo Midili with Revision. Joy Coffino’s art making process is immediate and spontaneous. Inspired by the abstract expressionists, automatic painters and the love of color, Coffino’s very small “Deep Space” paintings pack a punch. Carmelo Midili creates 3 dimensional works from discarded paintings on canvas panels that he has collected from art school dumpsters. He makes wood armatures then cuts and glues the panels to the different planes resulting in multi-faceted 3-D wall pieces.

October 17

Park Fine Art
323 Romero St. NW – 764.1900 – parkfineart.com – map
Opening Reception 5-8pm
Park Fine Art presents a two man Show from Beijing, China. The show features Quan, Xue Jun and Zhou Qi and runs through November 7.

OLD TOWN AREA

Art by Elguera
2 Church Street NW – 243.0099 – artbyelguera.com
ARTScrawl Event 5-9pm
This month, Elguera is celebrating balloon fiesta in his gallery with a collection of recent paintings of Old Town and Downtown Albuquerque; paintings of balloons in flight along with his unique whimsical works exploring the subconscious. Priced from $4,000 to $9 (that’s right, nine dollars) Art By Elguera has original, unique works of art to fit any budget.

Studio 13
323 Romero St. Suite 13 – 247.2988 – sites.google.com/site/studio13site/
Open House 4-7:30pm
The work of Daniel Ramirez will be on display. Ramirez’ watercolors, acrylics, and drawings have won many awards including the prestigious Santa Fe Indian Market and Heard Museum.

Blackbird Gallery
323 Romero St. NW, Ste.16 – 243.9525 – BlackbirdGallery.Biz
Open House 5-8pm
Blackbird Gallery has recently added the wonderful southwestern landscape paintings from Placitas artist Vicki Van Vynckt to the gallery collection. She joins contemporary Native American artist (and local favorite) Farrell Cockrum, and Grants native Robert Perea as the featured trio in the unique Old Town gallery. Featured also this month are the Navajo cottonwood carvings from Matt Yellowman and an extensive new selection of Baltic Amber jewelry in with the usual mix of Navajo, Zuni and other Native American original jewelry creations; sculpture from Taos artist Michael Connor; Michael Cramer ceramic hand-made fountains and new pieces by Matthew Patton of Seattle, WA.

Di Camillo4Essence Gallery & Boutique
323 Romero St. NW, Suite 1 – 843.7367
Grand Opening with Live Music 5-9pm
Essence Gallery and Boutique celebrates its grand opening with works by featured artist Roger DiCamillo. His colorful oils and watercolors capture the beautiful scenes of Italy, southwest pueblos and Native dancers, and the luminescence of our universe. There will be Live Music during Artscrawl, by local band, Body and Soul Trio. Please come and enjoy the start of our 2014 Balloon Fiesta, and the start of this new business!

Yucca Art Gallery
206 1/2 San Felipe NW – 247.8931 – yuccaartgallery.com
Opening Reception 5-8pm
Yucca Art Gallery, a fixture of Old Town since 1964, spotlights the artistry of the Featured Artists for October; Renee Gentz, textile artist; Bob Curtis, metalworker; and Tricia Simmons, jeweler. The reception will include refreshments as well as demonstrations of machine quilting by Ms. Gentz and encaustic jewelry making by Ms. Simmons. Yucca Gallery features the work of 37 additional artists in a variety of mediums and styles as well.

purple sagePurple Sage Galeria
201 San Felipe NW – 450.4059 – purplesagegaleria.com
Reception 5-8pm
Purple Sage presents Western Backroads featuring Reid Bandeen and Susan Winkler. New Mexico artist Reid Bandeen paints western landscapes in the impressionist style in oil and is especially drawn to the magical light of the American Southwest. Susan Winkler’s passion is in plein-air painting and she prefers subjects that have made a positive impression on her, especially land- and seascapes, wildflowers, and gardens. She says, “I strive to infuse my paintings with the tranquility found in areas far from the bustle of the city.”

DOWNTOWN AREA

VSA – N4th Gallery
4904 Fourth Street NW – 345.2140 – vsartsnm.org
Reception 5-7pm
in·struct is an exhibit of artwork by the artist-teachers, administrative staff, and volunteers of North Fourth Art Center. The exhibition provides a glimpse into the artistic inspirations and working methods of the talented people who form the backbone of an organization that has served Albuquerque’s arts community for nearly thirty years. Curated by Jessica Pinto, Phillip With, and students in North Fourth Exploratory Day Arts programs.

harwood2Harwood Art Center
1114 7th Street NW – 242.6367 – harwoodartcenter.org
Opening Reception 6-8pm
Main gallery: Small Works: Ghost of Sea, by Alan Paine Radebaugh. In his Ghost of Sea paintings, Radebaugh depicts not only the strata and flora of the Great Plains but also his fascination with the geological formation of this region over millions of years. He melds images from one site with those from another to create an overall impression of the Plains—with a ghost-like feel of the ancient seas. Harwood Art Center presents the first exhibition of the Ghost of Sea project dedicated to the small paintings. Front gallery: On the Wings of a Dove: installation by Janet Yagoda Shagam. Funerals are a time when many people feel the need to connect with their roots. “On the Wings of a Dove” explores Jewish burial traditions in the context of the iconic dove. In the exhibition, Shagam joins the symbolic meaning of the Tahara with her personal beliefs and experiences. Even as a secular Jew, Shagam appreciates the wisdom imbued in our ancient traditions.

OT Circus
709 Central NW – 249.2231 – otcircus.com
Open House 5-8pm
OT Circus presents photography by Rachelle Carmen with works by surprise artists.

sumner2Sumner & Dene
517 Central NW – 842.1400 – sumnerdene.com
Artists Reception 5-8pm
Sumner & Dene is proud to present Jeannie Sellmer Landscapes & Abstracts. Few can paint such powerful and quality landscape paintings and equally paint abstract paintings. Her trademark texture, technique and use of color are in both genres but each are unique to Sellmer’s rich oil landscape and abstract paintings. Only the individual taste of the viewer can rate her work through personal favorites. Come see which are your favorites. After studying art in Boston, Sellmer moved to Albuquerque to paint the New Mexico landscape. Her love of the crisp Southwestern sky is evident in her paintings. Sellmer was recognized as a “Local Treasure” at the Albuquerque Museum of Art in 2011.

Concetta D Gallery
20 First Plaza NW – 243.5066 – concettadgallery.com
Open House 5-8pm
Elegant and Ageless, exciting works by new artists and old favorites. Also, modestly priced small keepsakes ideal for gifting. Featuring; Robert Kuester, Rich Nichols, Jeff Otis, Marilyn Yanke, Paul Cheng, Michael Natale, Nancy Chaboun, Dan Griggs, Wayne Cooper, Piao Xue Cheng, Anderson Giles, Carla d’Aguanno, David Harlan, David Kozikowski, and others. New estate pieces; von Hassler, Lloyd Goff, and Sheldon Parsons. After 6pm enter the building in the 2nd. St kiosk.

NOB HILL AREA

Matrix1Matrix Fine Art
3812 Central Ave SE, Suite 100 A – 268.8952 – matrixfineart.com
Reception 5-8pm
Matrix Fine Art is very excited to host the prestigious 2014 Pastel Society of New Mexico Signature Membership Show exhibiting more than 40 outstanding pastel artists. The status of “signature” member is hard earned through a complex point system calculated from exhibitions, awards and publications. This colorful exhibition will feature the flexibility and range of the pastel medium from lush landscapes, to animals, still lifes and portraits. This show will feature the leading talent of contemporary pastel artists in New Mexico

ng2New Grounds Print Workshop & Gallery
3812 Central Ave SE, Suite 100 B – 268.8952 – newgroundsgallery.com
Reception 5-8pm
New Grounds presents Alchemy of Image: The Language of Information Space. Ren Adams’ multi-media prints investigate the nature of emergence in the digital age. Synthesizing ideas found in physics, information theory, Eastern philosophy, archaeology, digital culture, mass media and linguistics, Adams embraces the interdisciplinary nature of mixed media, layering printmaking techniques with drawing, painting and digital processing. Demonstration of the collagraph process from 6:30-7pm during the reception.

spinal2A Spinal Health and Movement Center Gallery
316 Adams St. SE – 247.2373 – albuquerque-chiropractors.com
Opening Reception 6-9pm
The ARTScrawl’s newest member gallery presents Merge- A show of ceramic tile mosaics by Dani Jeffries. Dani Jeffries’ tile mosaics are representations of places she has visited that she found to be particularly remarkable for their beauty or the quality of the light. The tiles are each made by hand, glazed, and fired by the artist. The show will be up from October 1st through November 14th.

NORTHEAST HEIGHTS AREA

SE-OC Right Brain Gallery
3100 Menaul Blvd. NE – 816.0214 – se-oc-rightbraingallery.com
Reception 5-8pm
Please join us as the SE-OC Right Brain Gallery celebrates its first anniversary during the month of October! The celebration begins with a special reception for Augustine (Gus) Romero, who was selected as one of this year’s Local Treasures by the AABA. Gus is a Gallery Curator overseeing the South Broadway Cultural Center and Kimo Galleries. His work will be on display throughout the month of October. Prefer some adult time to peruse the art? Check out the Kids’ Night Out activities at Engineering For Kids (advance registration and fee required).

The Artistic Image
1101 Cardenas Dr. NE, Suite 206 – 554.2706 – PhotoArtNM.com
Artist’s Reception 5-9pm
Marie Maher says of her work, “Through my photography, I seek to not only depict the subject visually, but also express emotions, memories, or other intangible dimensions. I attempt to tell a story, to capture the essence of being in that specific place and time. Frequently, I will explore mystical (some would say dark) themes, and I am fascinated by dreams and the transition from sleep to awakening.” The show is a stunning must-see event. Show closes October 31.

the gallery abq2The Gallery ABQ
8210 Menaul Blvd. NE – 292.9333 – thegalleryabq.com
Artists’ Reception 5-8pm
The Gallery ABQ presents 2 Perspectives, featuring gallery artists Jerry Love, whose art reflects his grandfather’s era when the horse was still the mainstream of development in America, and Jean Porter, who creates art that provokes thought, encourages dialog and pleases the eye. Artist Insights, 6pm: Jean Porter shares her inspiration and techniques. The October Salon Exhibit features mixed media artist Rebecca Nolda. Show runs through October 27.

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Weyrich Gallery
2935 D Louisiana Blvd. NE – 883.7410 – weyrichgallery.com
Artist Reception 5-8:30pm
Homage: Porcelain Works, opens this fall at the Weyrich Gallery in Albuquerque, The Weyrich Gallery has been featuring the works of university students in porcelain vessels for almost two decades. UNM Assistant Professor Kathryne Cyman and invited students of the Arita, Japan Porcelain Process create new works in green and white inspired by the porcelain art of Sensei Manji Inoue, National Living Treasure of Japan. These porcelain works take on the challenges of carving and dual glaze applications, featuring local celadons and clear glazes. This showing reflects the respect and result of many creative struggles along with the love these porcelain ceramists have for the practice of this porcelain art from Arita, Japan. The University of New Mexico is where all these porcelain ceramists initially studied this art. Homage, includes porcelain works by Chris Casey, Jon Deyhle, Raymon Gomez, Nikki Denisson, Skyler Juillard, Christina Rockwell, Evan Steegle, Casey Pendergst, Rebecca Pendergast, and Rick Orlando.

For the seventh year, the Albuquerque Art Business Association will honor area artists who not only excel in the arts, but who have given back to their communities. By sharing their time, talent and passion, they help develop a whole new generation of art lovers and artists and ensure that New Mexico will continue to be home to thousands of working artists for many years to come. Please join us in celebrating the careers of nine Local Treasures:

Albuquerque Museum of Art and History, 2000 Mountain Road NW
Sunday, September 7, 2014,1-3pm

Speaker: A full-time artist since 1983 and Local Treasures award recipient in 2009, Angus Macpherson is a third-generation New Mexican. His grandfather came to New Mexico in 1890 to help build the railroads. His father was an attorney and a judge. Nowhere in his family was there an artist, so it’s not in his genes, but for him art has been a lifelong, accelerating love, not merely in his own work but for all art. “I enjoy looking at art more now than I did in my 40s and I enjoyed it more in my 40s than in my 30s. Really understanding art has a lot to do with giving it enough time.”

DrakeMarilyn Drake: Among the reasons Marilyn chose to move here from New York City was the dramatic landscape — the vistas, the light, the geology and native plants. It awakened her desire to be a fine artist, after years spent in commercial art. She is now a Signature Member of the Pastel Society of NM and has served as newsletter editor, website manager and exhibition chairperson. She was also president of Plein Air Painters of NM.

(Image: Sandia Autumn, pastel)

RomeroAugustine Romero: Augustine (Gus) Romero was born and raised in Colorado where he studied art and completed a BA in Graphic Design. He received an MA in Sculpture from New York University, taught at Parsons School of Design and participated in numerous New York exhibitions. He is a Gallery Curator overseeing the South Broadway Cultural Center and KiMo Galleries. He is generous with his time and expertise in helping artists and arts organizations prepare for meaningful exhibitions.

(Image: Remains of the Mexican Grey Wolf, wood and electrical conduit)

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George Howard Hayes III: Hauie is a prolific artist whose work is described as realistic yet fanciful and mystical. Hauie is known for his contributions to the local art scene having contributed numerous paintings for auction at charitable events and donating time and/or service to New Mexico Aids Services, the Hispanic Cultural Center and to the galleries that represent him. He is known for his generousity with young artists, donating both time and materials to local schools.

(Image: Sweet Dreams With The Desert Queens, Oil on Canvas)

shomakerDianna Shomaker: Dianna has been a public-health nurse, a professor, a researcher, a Dean and an anthropologist – but through it all, she has been an artist. She believes art should express a statement and feeling regardless of rendering, creating a painting that stretches the boundaries of light and space. She works in acrylic, oil, encaustic, ink and torn paper on rag board or canvas. Dianna is a community-centered person who devotes much of her time to others.

(Image: Where the Action Begins, acrylic and ink)

Reg Loving

Reg Loving: Reg has been a mainstay in the NM art scene since 1974. For years he was a social worker dealing mostly with children. After he became a full time artist, he worked placing artists in schools that did not have art instruction. Over the years he has donated his artwork to charity fundraisers and served as a member of the Bernalillo County Public Art Board from 2004-2010.

(Image: Egeria Series #6, acrylic on canvas)
Mary Sundstrom-Gramer

Mary Sundstrom-Gramer: Mary is an avid printmaker, illustrator, cut paper artist and teacher, active in the arts community for 30 years. She has illustrated 18 children’s book titles and an Audubon field guide series as well as museum exhibits. She is the recipient of a Rachel Allen Printmaking Fellowship at New Grounds and continues printmaking there as well as teaching workshops, mentoring printmakers and volunteering. She has donated art to many causes.

(Image: Between Dawn and Dusk, cut paper collage)

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Pam Lujan-Hauer: Pam is a potter who makes traditional micaceous pottery the way she learned from her aunts at Taos. She also experiments, making clay sculpture and jewelry in which she imbeds silver before firing. She often gives demonstrations of pottery making and has taught both children and adults. Presently, Pam is on the Board of Directors of the Indian Arts and Crafts Association (IACA), and is the President of the IACA Education Fund.

(Image: Turtle Pot, micaceous clay)

NewrenMarcia Newren: As a glass artist for more than 20 years, she has carried forward some of the environmental concerns that stem from her work as an archaeologist. Her innovations in kilnworked glass have been widely recognized. She is the recipient of many awards and was nominated for the Corning Award from Pilchuck Glass School (an institution founded by Dale Chihuly.) As a teacher, she opens her studio to children so they can enjoy and explore glass. She also helps artists working in other media incorporate glass elements.

(Image: Pollen, kiln fired glass)

Bart PrinceBart Prince: We are proud to give the President’s Award to Bart Prince for creating extraordinary livable art. Prince is a fourth generation New Mexican and internationally renowned architect known for creating remarkable residences. His style is called “organic”, a philosophy of architecture which promotes complete harmony between human habitation and the surrounding natural world. He is also a master of the art of model-making.

There will also be exhibits and receptions across Albuquerque for these artists:

First Friday Receptions September 5, 5-8:30pm:

Marilyn Drake at Purple Sage Gallery in Old Town

Reg Loving at Sumner & Dene in Downtown ABQ

Marcia Newren at Weyrich Gallery in The Heights, Dianna Shomaker at Framing Concepts Gallery in The Heights

Mary Sundstrom-Gramer at New Grounds Gallery in Nob Hill.

George Howard Hayes’ reception was on August 2nd but you can still view his work at The Old Schoolhouse Gallery in the East Mountains.

Augustine Romero will be at SE-OC Right Brain Gallery in The Heights on October 3 which is also the gallery’s first anniversary.

The October reception for Pam Lujan-Hauer at Wrights Indian Art in The Heights is TBA.

Gallerie Imaginarium
286.9500 – GallerieImaginarium.com – Open by Appointment
See the listing under The Old Schoolhouse Gallery for details.

Tinkertown Museum
121 Sandia Crest Rd., Sandia Park – 281.5233 -tinkertown.com
Tinkertown will be open 9am to 6pm with a Cowboy Poetry Festival 1-3pm. The Festival is sold out but Tinkertown is working on having it filmed and edited for youtube viewing.

HayesThe Old Schoolhouse Gallery
12504 North Highway 14, San Antonito – 281.1250 – theoldschoolhousegallery.com
Open House 10am-5pm
Gallerie Imaginarium and The Old Schoolhouse Gallery take great pleasure in featuring the work of George Howard Hayes III who has been selected a “Local Treasure” by the Albuquerque Art Business Association (AABA). Join in at the Old Schoolhouse Gallery for the last day of George Howard Hayes: A Local Treasure, a celebration of artwork described by the AABA as “realistic yet fanciful and mystical … (where) vivid colors and subtle nuance merge with striking attention to detail”. Albuquerque Museum of Art and History reception on September 7 from 1 to 3 pm.

Friday September 5th 4-6:30pm
Start at 1 Civic Plaza NW 10th Floor

Public Art has the power to inspire curiosity, encourage contemplation, facilitate dialogue, foster community spirit, and create a sense of place. Funded by 1% for art from voter approved general obligation bonds, the Bernalillo County Public Art collection boasts over 250 artworks. Located in county buildings, parks, community centers, libraries and outside of facilities, the collection enhances the quality of life for county citizens and visitors. Bernalillo County Cultural Services in collaboration with ARTScrawl presents BernCo Public ARTScrawl. Enjoy FREE LIVE MUSIC and FOOD at five dynamic art exhibits at three downtown locations. Start off at City/County Government Center, 1 Civic Plaza NW 10th Floor conference room B to pick up your map of the exhibits.

Commissioner Maggie Hart Stebbins, Commission Area, 10th Floor

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Eight by Alan Paine Radebaugh

A Cluster of Fragments, Alan Paine Radebaugh: Accomplished artist Alan Paine Radebaugh explores nature and abstraction in his recent body of work on paper and canvas. Since establishing his studio in New Mexico in 1979 Radebaugh has shown his work at numerous galleries including Magnifico Artspace, The Harwood Art Center and the Albuquerque Museum.

Judge Parks, Probate Judge’s Office, 6th Floor

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Artwork by Liam Hallada

“Focus on Youth 2013” Youth Photographers: Each year the Bernalillo County Arts Board purchases six photographs from the Focus on Youth Juried Student Photography Exhibit, an annual art show of photographs by high school students in Albuquerque. The selected photographs from the 2013 exhibit range in process from tintype – a method popularized in the 1860’s to cutting edge digital special techniques. The pieces range is subject matter from self-portraiture to street photography of a sleeping man and his dog on in Asia. These stellar photographs highlight the talents of Albuquerque youth.

Clerk Maggie Toulouse Oliver, Clerk’s Office, 6th Floor

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White Man’s Moccasins by Lee Marmon

“New Mexico Spirit” Lee Marmon: Portraits and landscape photographs by Native American photographer Lee Marmon from Laguna Pueblo were recently purchased for the 1% for the Art Collection. Marmon is globally recognized for his portraits of tribal elders and who were the last generation to live by their traditional ways and values. Marmon’s work has appeared in The New York Times, The Saturday Evening Post and Time. In 2006, he received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Santa Fe-based Southwestern Association for Indian Arts for the “legacy of integrity” his works have inspired during the 59 years that Marmon has been practicing his craft.

“New Mexico Spirit” Reg Loving: Reg Loving has shown extensively in Santa Fe and is well known for his abstractions and landscape paintings. His paintings, using acrylic and marble dust, have a sensuous texture and depth. He recently exhibited in an invitational show at the Museum of New Mexico in Albuquerque.

Tanya R Giddings, Assessor’s Office, 510 Tijeras, 1st Floor

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Collective work with Jade Leyva

“SEEDS: A Collective Voice” Jade Leyva and girls from the Youth Services Center: In June of 2014, The Girls Unit of The Bernalillo County Youth Services Center (BCYSC) participated in SEEDS as part of The Center’s commitment to providing unique experiential learning opportunities to detained youth as well as to challenge conventional confinement models Lead Artist Jade Leyva with the girls of the Youth Services Center created a large scale seed mural. At the heart of her project “SEEDS: a collective voice” Jade Leyva addresses seed preservation, sustainability and community nutrition. The girls working on this project learned determination, perseverance, and the rewards of methodical work. The concept of this mural represents the innate creativity contained within girls, provided these gifts are cultivated by their environment and the adults around them.

Commission Chair Debbie O’Malley, Bernalillo County Annex, 415 Tijeras, 1st Floor

Alumni Chapel

Alumni Chapel by Therese Evangel

“My Albuquerque”, Therese Evangel: Therese Evangel’s watercolors from “My Albuquerque” tell a story of the city she knows and loves. Some of these buildings are still standing and some that have been destroyed. They chronicle the changes and growth in this city. Their timeless personalities were shaped by the architects and builders who gave them life. She is represented in prestigious corporate collections including the University of New Mexico School of Law, Bank of New England, Transco Corporation and such private collections as the John Forbes collection and the Coors collection.

“Selected Works” Working Classroom Youth: Working Classroom is a multi-ethnic, inter-
generational community of student & professional artists, writers, actors and directors with a conscious commitment to supporting new and diverse voices and visions in the arts. They contribute to a more nuanced understanding of American identity by training aspiring artists and actors from historically ignored communities and creating art and theater by, for and about these communities.

For more info visit http://www.bernco.gov/public-art-program.

OLD TOWN AREA

DrakePurple Sage Galeria
201 San Felipe NW – 450.4059 – purplesagegaleria.com
Artist Reception for Local Treasure Marilyn Drake 5-8pm
Marilyn Drake is being honored as a 2014 Local Treasure by the AABA. Among the reasons Marilyn chose to move here from New York City was the dramatic landscape-the vistas, the light, the geology and native plants. It awakened her desire to be a fine artist, after years spent in commercial art. She is now a Signature Member of the Pastel Society of NM and has served as newsletter editor, website manager and exhibition chairperson. She was also president of Plein Air Painters of NM. Join Purple Sage Galeria in celebrating her achievements at this First Friday event!

Yucca Art Gallery
206 1/2 San Felipe NW – 247.8931 – yuccaartgallery.com
Featured Artist Reception 5-8pm
Yucca Art Gallery spotlights the artistry of Sharon White; water media painter, Marta Burckley; basket and gourd artist, and Barb Fajardo; jeweler – all Featured Artists for the month of September. Yucca Gallery is a cooperative, this year celebrating its 50th anniversary. It features the work of 40 member artists, using mediums ranging from acrylic to collage, glasswork to ceramics, and elegant jewelry.

Blackbird Gallery
323 Romero St. NW, Ste.16 – 243.9525 – BlackbirdGallery.Biz
Open House 5-8pm
Blackbird Gallery has recently added the wonderful southwestern landscape paintings from Placitas artist Vicki Van Vynckt to the gallery collection. She joins contemporary Native American artist (and local favorite) Farrell Cockrum, and Grants native Robert Perea as the featured trio in the unique Old Town gallery. Featured also this month are the Navajo cottonwood carvings from Matt Yellowman and an extensive new selection of Baltic Amber jewelry in with the usual mix of Navajo, Zuni and other Native American original jewelry creations; sculpture from Taos artist Michael Connor; Michael Cramer ceramic hand-made fountains and new pieces by Matthew Patton of Seattle, WA.

Essence Gallery & Boutique
323 Romero St. NW, Suite 1 – 843.7367
Open House 5-9pm
Essence Gallery & Boutique is a new gallery opening in September. Come view artwork, clothing, jewelry, and much more.

Art by Elguera
2 Church Street NW – 243.0099 – artbyelguera.com
Reception 5-9pm
The gallery will be featuring art by Ron Elguera who specializes in the “alla prima” style of portraiture, which requires only one sitting. The artist says of his process, “My cello studies taught me to absorb the laws of perspective, composition, design, human figure, anatomy, portraiture, color theory and tonal plans.” Elguera has studied all the great masters from Giotto to Marcel Duchamp and Picasso. Come enjoy an exhibition of Elguera’s diverse works.

DOWNTOWN AREA

1157_21_White Man's MoccasinsBernCo ARTScrawl
Starts at 1 Civic Plaza NW, 10th Floor
BernCo ARTScrawl Receptions 4-6:30pm
Bernalillo County Cultural Services brings you art at three downtown County locations. Start at 1 Civic Plaza NW, 10th floor conference room B to pick up your map. Enjoy FREE LIVE MUSIC and FOOD at five dynamic art exhibits. See the BernCo ARTScrawl listing for more details.

VSA – N4th Gallery
4904 Fourth Street NW – 345.2140 – vsartsnm.org
VSA is participating in the 11th Annual Sandia Heights Studio Art Tour, see the listing under High Desert Art & Frame for details.

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Sumner & Dene
517 Central NW – 842.1400 – sumnerdene.com
Artists Reception 5-8pm
Sumner & Dene is proud to present Reg Loving Contemporary Landscapes. Reg has been a major fixture in the Northern New Mexico contemporary art scene since the 70’s. This exhibit continues his passion for the landscape with his own contemporary twist and style. On Sunday, Sept 7, from 1-3pm Reg will be recognized as a Local Treasure at the Albuquerque Museum of Art.

OT Circus
709 Central NW – 249.2231 – otcircus.com
Open House 5-11pm
OT Circus presents Ted Apgar a gifted artists who focuses his work on biker art. The entire gallery will be dedicated to his work and the artist will be at the Open House.

harwoodHarwood Art Center
1114 7th Street NW – 242.6367 – harwoodartcenter.org
Opening Reception 6-8pm
Main Gallery: Remote Response is Harwood Art Center’s 5th annual exhibition dedicated to the artistic exploration of contemporary social justice issues. In this exhibition, artists with ties to this community explore diverse themes in diverse media. Front Gallery: EVAN DENT: Dust and Glitter. The exhibition represents Dent’s explorations into nostalgia and imagination. He works with old photographs from flea markets and antique stores that he feels a strong curiosity and attraction towards. With the addition of paint, glitter, and other materials, he imagines new lives for the people in the photographs. The re-imagined characters serve as storytellers of adventure, calamity, and small injustices.

NOB HILL AREA

matrix Laura-Robbins-Walkway-300-dpiMatrix Fine Art
3812 Central Ave SE, Suite 100 A – 268.8952 – matrixfineart.com
First Friday Event 5-8pm
Two Placitas-based artists come together to exhibit their mosaic and fused glass pieces in Fusion-Glass and Mosaics by Laura Robbins and Lisa Chernoff. Laura Robbins and Lisa Chernoff are three-dimensional artists that gather inspiration from nature. Robbins incorporates glass, ceramic, natural and man-made objects in her mosaics. She is committed to protecting the wildlife of New Mexico and much of her imagery includes animals, flora and fauna. Chernoff creates bold, colorful fused glass wall and ceiling hangings that invoke a sense of wonder. The glass sculptures combine flowing movement, layers, and balanced asymmetry that keep the viewer entranced. Show runs through September 27.

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New Grounds Print Workshop & Gallery
3812 Central Ave SE, Suite 100 B – 268.8952 – newgroundsgallery.com
First Friday Event 5-8pm
New Grounds presents Collections-Etchings, Monotype and Gravure by Mary Sundstrom, Local Treasure. The gallery is happy to announce that Mary Sundstrom has been chosen as a 2014 Local Treasure, an award that honors local artists who have given back to their communities and excel in the arts by the Albuquerque Art Business Association. Sundstrom works in a variety of media and will be exhibiting her newest etchings, gravure and monotype prints of persimmons, birds, and plants. Etching demonstration from 6:30-7 pm during the reception. Show runs through September 27.

inpost 1Inpost Artspace at Outpost
210 Yale Blvd. SE – 268.0044 – outpostspace.org
Opening Reception 5-8pm
Artist Raychael Stine and curator Nancy Zastudil present my little dust, an exhibition of Stine’s paintings that make visible—literally, picture—experiences, memories, and the passing of time. The selection of works translates the general appeal of Stine’s personal commitment to specific things: paint and its possibilities as material and image, the physical intimate experience of looking at and making paintings, and relationships that are based on an exchange between looking and touching. raychaelstine.com

 

 

NORTHEAST HEIGHTS AREA

High Desert Art & Frame
12611 Montgomery Blvd. NE Suite A-4 – 265.4066 – highdesertartandframe.com
Preview Night 5pm-8pm
Artists from the 11th Annual Sandia Heights Studio Art Tour display their work at High Desert Art & Frame this month. The Sandia Heights Studio Art Tour Preview takes place during the citywide First Friday. Works include oil and watercolor painting, acrylics, pastels and mixed media, pottery and fused glass, gourds and fabric baskets, jewelry, photography and exotic woods. Maps for the weekend event will be available at the preview.

shomakerFraming Concepts Gallery
5809 Juan Tabo Blvd. NE – 294.3246 – framingconceptsgallery.com
Artist Reception from 5-8 pm
Dianna Shomaker has been honored as a 2014 Local Treasure by AABA. Shomaker is an innovative and creative thinker who seeks to explore mark making as a voyage of discovery. Following a path with new eyes as observed by Marcel Proust; is the catalyst for a new series of faceless people with the goal of providing their messages without being dependent on their faces is emerging. The colors, the movement, the posture and more, bring the message. Shomaker’s artistic journey parallels her approach in business, community and in her professional pursuits tempered with integrity and truth to self. Her tireless dedication to the artistic community and support of community art based events makes Shoemaker a Local Treasure deserving of recognition.

palette2Palette Contemporary Art & Craft
7400 Montgomery Suite 22 – 855.7777 – palettecontemporary.com
Opening Reception 5-8pm
Show runs through October 3, 2014. This September, Palette will be displaying the art glass sculpture of Hungarian artist Péter Botos and Czech artist Pavel Trnka in a show titled Illusions. Péter uses optical glass for his pieces and looks at this medium through the lenses of both art and science, while Pavel is influenced much more by geometry. Whatever the differences in influence are, they both are experts at transferring color through their glass!

Pollen Fused Glass by Marcia NewrenWeyrich Gallery
2935 D Louisiana Blvd. NE – 883.7410 – weyrichgallery.com
Artist Reception 5-8:30pm
Weyrich presents “Seeds Notes”-An Introduction works in fused glass by Marcia Newren who has been honored as a 2014 Local Treasure by the AABA. Newren says of her work, “Planted with hope, subject to climatic whims and preyed upon by creatures of all sizes; these little sculptures symbolize both fragility and fierce endurance. Despite their mutability, there is much to learn and admire in examining their elusive beauty…In this exhibition I salute something that will never stop enticing me…the lives, the architecture and, by extension, the symbolic meaning of seeds.” Show Closes September 26.

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The Gallery ABQ
8210 Menaul Blvd. NE – 292.9333 – thegalleryabq.com
Artists’ reception 5-8pm
The Gallery ABQ presents Visions of Nature, featuring three gallery artists: James Janis, whose photography shows the visual design and simplicity in what is all around us; Carol Lopez, who paints with beeswax to express the surrealism of nature; and Tricia H. Love, who wants the viewer to look at her work and interact emotionally, imagining it in another time and place. Artist Insights, 6pm: Tricia H. Love shares her inspiration and techniques. The September Salon Exhibit features oil paintings by Michael Meyer.

 

SE-OC Right Brain Gallery
3100 Menaul Blvd. NE – 816.0214 – se-oc-rightbraingallery.com
Open House 5-8pm
Have you been to the gallery where Art and Technology hang together? Check out the amazing local artists whose art comes from technology. Attention parents with kids ages 4-11: give yourself time to enjoy all the art the city has to offer. It’s Kids Night Out at Engineering For Kids of New Mexico! Information and registration at: engineeringforkids.net/newmexico.

The Artistic Image
1101 Cardenas Dr. NE, Suite 206 – 554.2706 – PhotoArtNM.com
Opening Reception 5-9pm
Marie Maher says of her work, “Through my photography, I seek to not only depict the subject visually, but also express emotions, memories, or other intangible dimensions. I attempt to tell a story, to capture the essence of being in that specific place and time. Frequently, I will explore mystical (some would say dark) themes, and I am fascinated by dreams and the transition from sleep to awakening.” The show is a stunning must-see event. Show closes October 31.

sumner and deneSumner & Dene
517 Central NW – 842.1400 – sumnerdene.com
Artist Reception 5-8pm
Sumner & Dene is proud to present Angus Macpherson: Painting Roundup, the artist’s annual summer exhibit. A major fixture in the Albuquerque art scene for the past 30 years, Macpherson, who is famous for his billowing cloudscapes, will present his full stable of art including treescapes, cityscapes, and figurative work. His paintings of dramatic skies, often in radiant translucent layers of twilight and dawn hues, are fluid compositions of the grand and intimate simultaneously. A third generation Albuquerquean, he paints that powerful yet dreamy scenery that we all identify as the ultimate New Mexico skyscape. His paintings range from twelve inches to twelve feet wide.

OT Circus
709 Central NW – 249.2231 – otcircus.com
Open House 5-7pm
Joining the circus has proved to be a lot of fun! The gallery has had the opportunity to add several artists from California and here in New Mexico. Colette Rodriquez owns and operates the fashion truck Desert Willow Mobile Boutique. Artist Emily Brown will also be featured, her creativity is spectacular. Look forward to Ryan Kellogg’s building circus art, his goldfish will be known by all show goers.

Sweet Dreams With The Desert Queens (30"x40")The Old Schoolhouse Gallery
12504 North Highway 14, San Antonito – 281.1250 – theoldschoolhousegallery.com
First Saturday Event 10am-5pm, Artist Reception 4-8pm
Gallerie Imaginarium and The Old Schoolhouse Gallery take great pleasure in announcing the opening of a show and a reception for George Howard Hayes III who has just been selected a “Local Treasure” by the Albuquerque ART Business Association (AABA). Join us at the Old Schoolhouse Gallery for a celebration of artwork described by the AABA as “realistic yet fanciful and mystical … [where] vivid colors and subtle nuance merge with striking attention to detail”. Show runs through August 31.

Tinkertown Museum
121 Sandia Crest Rd., Sandia Park – 281.5233 -tinkertown.com
Come see the museum that took Ross Ward over 40 years to carve, collect, and lovingly construct.

OLD TOWN AREA

Art by Elguera
2 Church Street NW – 243.0099 – artbyelguera.com
Grand Opening 5-9pm
Ron Elguera is holding a grand opening for the August First Friday ARTScrawl at his new gallery in Old Town. Elguera’s wide variety of styles, for which he is becoming rapidly known, reflects his absorption of the old masters from Giotto to Rothko. Every ten dollar purchase will buy a chance at winning a $300 gift certificate, and 10% of all sales will go to Family Promise, an organization dedicated to helping homeless families with children get back on their feet.

Studio 13
323 Romero St. Suite 13 – 247.2988 – sites.google.com/site/studio13site/
Open House 5-7pm
The work of Daniel Ramirez will be on display. Ramirez’ watercolors, acrylics, and drawings have won many awards including the prestigious Santa Fe Indian Market and Heard Museum

Blackbird Gallery
323 Romero St. NW, Ste.16 – 243.9525 – BlackbirdGallery.Biz
Open House 5-8pm
Blackbird Gallery has recently added the wonderful southwestern landscape paintings from Placitas artist Vicki Van Vynckt to the gallery collection. She joins contemporary Native American artist (and local favorite) Farrell Cockrum, and Grants native Robert Perea as the featured trio in the unique Old Town gallery. Featured also this month are the Navajo cottonwood carvings from Matt Yellowman and an extensive new selection of Baltic Amber jewelry in with the usual mix of Navajo, Zuni and other Native American original jewelry creations; sculpture from Taos artist Michael Connor; Michael Cramer ceramic hand-made fountains and new pieces by Matthew Patton of Seattle, WA..

Yucca Art Gallery
206 1/2 San Felipe NW – 247.8931 – yuccaartgallery.com
Opening Reception 5-8pm
Yucca Art Gallery, now celebrating its 50th year in Old Town, spotlights the artistry of Sally Bryant; watercolorist, Barbara Barnett; ceramics artist, and Lind Reyes-Alicea; jeweler. Yucca Art Gallery is a cooperative featuring the work of 40 local artists in media ranging from encaustic to water media to glasswork and woodwork.

DOWNTOWN AREA

VSA – N4th Gallery
4904 Fourth Street NW – 345.2140 – vsartsnm.org
Opening Reception 5-7pm
Detour: Rust, Glass & Chrome, the second annual N4th Car Show and Art Exhibit, highlights three local artists exploring the timeless subject of the automobile. Paul Littman presents eloquently photographed and digitally enhanced images that recall visions of the open road and nostalgia about car culture. Richard Mordecki’s representational paintings of classic cars have a strong tendency toward fantasy, placing classic cars in dreamlike landscapes. Gail Sutton produces photographs printed on a variety of metallic media creating the illusion of depth in vivid colors on untouched junkyard treasures. The show runs through September 8.

harwood1Harwood Art Center
1114 7th Street NW – 242.6367 – harwoodartcenter.org
Opening Reception 6-8pm
MAIN GALLERY: Contemporary Contrasts: Fire & Water new works by Elaine Roy & Christopher Thomson. Thomson, artist blacksmith, forges yellow hot steel into improvised sculpture for homes, gardens and public spaces. Varied metals, bright colors, kinetics and wonder of process inform his impromptu elegant forms. Roy photographs the ocean off the coast of Maine, embeds the images in wax and completes her process with oil paints. The mysterious enigmatic wall pieces inspire subliminal water memories. FRONT GALLERY: Continuum new paintings by Joyce Shupe. Shupe creates a low relief language of parallel lines, to represent the cycle of life, one generation following another. The lines are obsessive in their insistence, soothing in their constancy, and mantra-like, a metaphor for continuum. The spatial arenas that separate the lines speak to chaos. Shupe’s manipulation of the paint ultimately provides a narrative to support her long held personal belief that painting is really about paint, the medium itself.

OT Circus
709 Central NW – 249.2231 – otcircus.com
Open House 5-7pm
Joining the circus has proved to be a lot of fun! The gallery has had the opportunity to add several artists from California and here in New Mexico. Colette Rodriquez owns and operates the fashion truck Desert Willow Mobile Boutique. Artist Emily Brown will also be featured, her creativity is spectacular. Look forward to Ryan Kellogg’s building circus art, his goldfish will be known by all show goers.

Surface Tension - Paris516 ARTS
516 Central Ave SW – 242.1445 – 516arts.org
First Friday Event 5-8pm
Digital Latin America explores the North/South axis of cultural development and exchange between South America, Central America and the Southwest United States and features work by Jessica Angel (Colombia), Hernando Barragán (Colombia), Giselle Beiguelman (Brazil), Rejane Cantoni & Leonardo Crescenti (Brazil), Paula Gaetano-Adi (Argentina), Matt Garcia (Kansas), Amor Muñoz (Mexico), Jessica Pizaña Roberts (Texas), Paola Torres Nuñez del Prado (Peru), Claudia X. Valdes (New Mexico/Chile), Gabriel Vanegas (Colombia), Javier Viellgas (Colombia) and William Wilson (New Mexico).

sumner and deneSumner & Dene
517 Central NW – 842.1400 – sumnerdene.com
Painting Roundup & Barbeque 5-9pm
Sumner & Dene is proud to present Angus Macpherson: Painting Roundup & Barbeque, an exhibit with an “all the barbecue trimmings” reception for the artist. Angus Macpherson: Painting Roundup is the artist’s annual summer exhibit. A major fixture in the Albuquerque art scene for the past 30 years, Macpherson, who is famous for his billowing cloudscapes, will present his full stable of art including treescapes, cityscapes, and figurative work. His paintings of dramatic skies, often in radiant translucent layers of twilight and dawn hues, are fluid compositions of the grand and intimate simultaneously. A third generation Albuquerquean, he paints that powerful yet dreamy scenery that we all identify as the ultimate New Mexico skyscape. His paintings range from twelve inches to twelve feet wide.

Concetta D Gallery
20 First Plaza NW – 243.5066 – concettadgallery.com
All Gallery Show 5-8pm
This show highlights the historical works of Wayne Cooper (permanent collection Gilcrease Museum, Will Rogers Museum, State Capitol), and features gallery artists Paul Cheng, Robert Kuester, Carla D’Aguanno, Dan Griggs, David Harlan, Rich Nichols, Jeff Otis, Marilyn Yanke, Piao Xue Cheng, Luke Stavrowsky, Michael Natalie, Nancy Chaboun and others.

NOB HILL AREA

matrixMatrix Fine Art
3812 Central Ave SE, Suite 100 A – 268.8952 – matrixfineart.com
Reception 5-8pm
Born and bred in New Mexico, Jacob Matteson understands the New Mexico landscape intuitively. In Landscape Tapestries – Paintings by Jacob Matteson his vibrant, semi-abstract oil paintings are not depictions of actual places but rather snapshots of New Mexico’s ever changing scenery. They capture a moment in time such as the building summer heat around noon, the moment immediately after a rain shower, the first morning light, or the temperature drop just after sunset. The show runs through August 30.

new groundsNew Grounds Print Workshop & Gallery
3812 Central Ave SE, Suite 100 B – 268.8952 – newgroundsgallery.com
Reception 5-8pm
New Grounds presents Bamboo Gardens- Mixed Media Prints by Katharine Noe. A three time cancer survivor, Noe’s work is peaceful and speaks of meditation, love and healing. At the same time, her images are playful and expressive. Printing demo from 6:30 to 7pm during the reception. The show runs through August 30.

NORTHEAST HEIGHTS AREA

SE-OC Right Brain Gallery
3100 Menaul Blvd. NE – 816.0214 – se-oc-rightbraingallery.com
Open House 5-8pm
Local artists showcase work that is made from or in some way based on the various optics and metalworking technologies of the gallery’s parent business, Sandia Electro-Optics Corporation. You will find various styles of glass and metalworking, photography, fiber optics and solar. Come take a closer look for yourself and see what happens when the right brain and left brain work together.

The Artistic Image
1101 Cardenas Dr. NE, Suite 206 – 554.2706 – PhotoArtNM.com
Artist Reception 5-9pm
The Artistic image presents Car – Toons Original Photography by Allan Price. This show will feature prints of Antique Automobiles, Hot Rods, and Muscle Cars like you have never seen them before. Allan has found a way to make his images really stand out. Their colors are spectacular and you will see many of your old favorites. There will be over 30 prints and a Multi Media show of another 100 plus images. Stop in, meet Allan and you will agree that these cars never looked as good as they do in his prints. The gallery will also be celebrating the winners of the 2014 ABQ Arts Photo Contest.

GABQ_Daniels_GlassVessel_webThe Gallery ABQ
8210 Menaul Blvd. NE – 292.9333 – thegalleryabq.com
Artists’ Reception 5–8pm.
The Gallery ABQ presents Red Hot Summer, featuring three gallery artists: Nina Adkins, who uses the vibrant colors of watermedia to convey how she feels about New Mexico; Anita Daniels, who manipulates kiln-formed glass to create unique and complex designs; and Judi Foster, whose watercolors and oils project the spirit and energy of the American Southwest. Artist Insights, 6pm: Anita Daniels shares her inspiration and techniques. The August Salon Exhibit features oil paintings by Jeff Warren.

1)Sunshine Came Softly #3 weyrichWeyrich Gallery
2935 D Louisiana Blvd. NE – 883.7410 – weyrichgallery.com
Artist Reception 5-8:30pm
Momentary Essence in a Changing World features Contemporary Concepts; New Paintings & Monotypes by Sandra Humphries and Contemporary Fine Jewelry by Celest Michelotti. Humphries is an abstract expressionist landscape painter and print maker who is somewhat of a stylist. Celest Michelotti creates clean, contemporary, and minimalist jewelry that is inspired by nature, particularly the heavens above. The show runs through August 29.

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Palette Contemporary Art & Craft
7400 Montgomery Suite 22 – 855.7777 – palettecontemporary.com
Opening Night 5-8pm
Stay Tuned is Palette’s fourth annual summer vintage radio show and sale. We are challenged by our “no holds barred” approach in our attempt to tie together the art, design, and vintage radio/electronics worlds in a typically “modernist” manner with which to keep your attention. Show runs through September 4.

 

High Desert Art & Frame
12611 Montgomery Blvd. NE Suite A-4 – 265.4066 – highdesertartandframe.com
First Friday Event 5-8pm
High Desert Art & Frame features Largely Abstract: Works on Paper, a show featuring work from VSA’s North Fourth Art Center Day Arts and Exploratory Arts programs. Largely Abstract features vibrant and thought provoking multi-media works by thirteen artists, demonstrating a range of techniques, media, and color choices. VSA Arts of New Mexico offers education, performance and exhibition opportunities for adults with developmental disabilities in classes offered year-round in the visual, performing and literary arts. The N4th Theater & N4th Gallery in VSA’s North Fourth Art Center provide creative and cultural access and exploration for people of every ability through the arts.

gallery abqThe Gallery ABQ
8210 Menaul Blvd. NE – 292.9333 – thegalleryabq.com
Artists’ Reception 3-6pm
The Gallery ABQ presents New Inspirations, featuring two new gallery artists: Travis Cochran, who combines various metals with paint, polish, and patina to make one-of-a-kind pieces of art; and Jo Schuman, who uses vibrant colors in watercolor and acrylic to get richness, playfulness and variety in her paintings. Poetry at Four: Poetry readings by Joanne Bodin and Kenneth P. Gurney, 4pm. The July Salon Exhibit features a group show by The Camino Real 8.

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Weyrich Gallery
2935 D Louisiana Blvd. NE – 883.7410 – weyrichgallery.com
Artist Reception 3-6pm
Imprints of Home, Works on Paper, is a group show featuring art prints, and poems by twelve artists. This body of work is evocative, often experimental, and always pleasing. Vicki Bolen, Geraldine Brussel, Esther Feske, Dale Harris, Christine Herman, Frank Melcori, Trish Meyer, Carrol Moxham, Donna Murray, Margy O’Brien, Kent Swanson, and Mary Sweet are members of a print + poem cooperative that first exhibited at Weyrich in 2011. This diverse group of artists came together through a shared interest in printmaking, poetry and book arts. Their delight in ongoing creative cross-pollination and artistic camaraderie produced this new collaboration.

palettePalette Contemporary Art & Craft
7400 Montgomery Suite 22 – 855.7777 – palettecontemporary.com
Artist Reception 3-6 pm
Palette presents The Devil is in the Details by Tami Coatsworth. Primarily inspired by nostalgic pop culture, Tami precisely and creatively explores the iconic nature of familiar items such as crayons, gum wrappers, comic strips, match boxes, and more! You will be amazed at her attention to detail when it comes to utilizing a wide array of glass making techniques including torch work, fusing, sandblasting, acid-etching, and elaborate enamels to produce her imagery. Unquestionably, her artistry will appeal to your many senses while her familiar objects are sure to evoke fond memories. Show runs through Sept. 4

framing conceptsFraming Concepts Gallery
5809 Juan Tabo Blvd. NE – 294.3246 – framingconceptsgallery.com
Reception 1-4pm
Dog Daze is a solo art show for artist and animal lover Katy Widger. A maker of mixed-media fiber art and fine art quilts for over 20 years, Widger has many works in public and private collections worldwide. She is now painting in oils. She brings a unique and unconventional approach to her artwork, combining hand dyed fabrics with oil medium. You are invited to take a fresh look at man’s best friend as well as other oil paintings, a great way to spend a holiday afternoon.

SE-OC Right Brain Gallery
3100 Menaul Blvd. NE – 816.0214 – se-oc-rightbraingallery.com
Open House 11am-6pm
Why buy the same department store art that your friends have? Support local artists and find the perfect original piece to decorate your home. Celebrate part of your Artful Saturday in Albuquerque with the SE-OC Right Brain Gallery, where technology and art hang together. Extended Hours 11am-6pm.

Wright’s Indian Art
2677 Louisiana NE – 266.0120 – wrightsgallery.com
Event 3-5:30pm
Wright’s Indian Art Summertime! Some like it hot, some like it cool – Wright’s has cool work by hot artists! Meet the artists, enjoy their work and some refreshments, and have a very cool time! Bring the family, too.

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