September 2021


516 ARTS

516 Central Ave SW - 505.242.1445 - - map

516 ARTS and Hunter East Harlem Gallery present Dust Specks on the Sea: Contemporary Sculpture from the French Caribbean & Haiti. The exhibit features sculptural works by 27 artists from Guadeloupe, Martinique, French Guiana, and Haiti. Explore Dust Specks on the Sea through September 18, 2021.


Photo Credit: Jean-Marc Hunt (Guadeloupe), Bananas Deluxe, 2013/2018, bananas, metal frame, dimensions variable




1114 Central Ave. SW - 505.948.3840​ - - map

First Friday ARTScrawl
September 3 (5-8pm)
Thursdays and Fridays (10am-4pm) Saturdays (9am-2pm)
Or, call for an appointment: 948-3840

"Pandemic/Panic 2020"
This series which has many unique pieces of work was created during a time in everyone’s life that has been challenging and difficult. I utilized my art as an escape to manage through this time. I look forward to everyone stopping by to share in these creations!



1102 Mountain RD NW - (704) 345.5029​ -

First Friday ARTScrawl
September 3 (5-8pm)

"images + forms, Ann Dunbar"

Please join us at Ricochet Gallery and the offices of MRWM Landscape Architects for the opening reception of work by New Mexico artist Ann Dunbar. 2 floors of terrific art and entertainment!






1315 Mountain Road NW - 505.433.3204 - - map

First Friday Artscrawl
September 3 (5-8 pm) on the patio

Featured Artist: Liz Kaplan

Liz has a variety of talents and keen eye for color. Her work includes mosaics, concrete planters, mobiles, and a variety of other works.
We will be taking orders for anyone interested in having a mosaic address plaque created by Liz.  More details at the shop! Liz’s work will be on display through the month of September.




901 Edith Blvd SE - - map

September at Tortuga Gallery. Including interactive displays, workshops, conversations, storytelling and the art of 40+ artists, this juried show explores the prompt: “For those who have held grief and gratitude and have been stretched large by them.” Frances Weller



221-B State Highway 165, Placitas - 505.361.2710 - - map

Meet the Artist: Barbara Burzillo
September 18 (1-4pm
Show runs September 7 - October 3, 2021

“Shoeluccinations” The Secret Life of Shoes
Barbara is stepping outside with her “Shoeluccinations”, transforming shoes into whimsical sculptures.  With pieces like I Have Fishoes, Shoey Armstrong, and Feeta Kahlo, Barbara is always waiting for the next bad pun to come along wearing the right pair of shoes.  Join her to experience the secret life of shoes!




2107 Church St NW - 505.243.6005 - map

First Friday ARTScrawl
August 6 (6-8pm)

Enjoy a biscochitto and peruse our amazing selection! Artist Demos every Saturday and Sunday in August.

Blue Portal begins September with a birthday party for their most senior artist Neil Marshall. (Ol’ Bald Eagle will be 90!) Neil has a new collection to introduce – “Mimbres revisited”.  We invite all of you to come give our resident cowboy a huge, masked hug!

The gallery will follow this event up with a series of artist demonstrations throughout the month:

Sept 5     (1-2:30pm) Adrienne David;  (2:30-4pm) Dennis Pritchard

Sept 11   (12-1:30pm) Richard Brandt; (1:30-3pm)  Gretchen Kelley

Sept 12   (1-2:30pm) Leslie Kranz; (2:30-4pm) Jan Kenney

Sept 18   (12-1:30pm) Linda K Livingston; (1:30-3pm) Leonore Robbles

Sept 19   (1-2:30pm) Leonora Martinez;  (2:30-4pm) Roger Kramer

SEPT 25 (12-1:30pm) Eileen Karas; (1:30-3pm) Tom Daly

SEPT 26 (1-2:30pm) Bev Roddy; 2:30-4pm Dodie Knight & Debbi Silva
Image credit: Linda Livingston



206-1/2 San Felipe St. NW STE 3 - 505.246.9653 - - map

First Friday ARTScrawl
September 3 (5-8pm)

Show runs through September 27th

This month, Ghostwolf features artist Rocky Norton! A true maker, Rocky’s work varies from contemporary architectural miracles to large-scale paintings which tend to take a critical look at modern culture in all of its complexity and irony, often finding poignancy and beauty in the imperfect.

Image Credit: Rocky Norton, “Attitude and Attention, Discrimination and Detachment”, 8’x6’, House paint, pencil, crayons



4901 Lang AVE NE (inside NM Cancer Center) - 505.803.3345 - - map

Movers and Shakers – Artists Who Teach, Lead and Inspire
Gallery hours by appointment only
Contact: Regina Held, 505-803-3345,
Show runs through November 19, 2021
Free event and parking

The NMCC decided to cancel the reception for Movers and Shakers – Artists Who Teach, Lead and Inspire due to rising Covid cases. View the exhibition online at This exhibition, curated by Regina Held, includes artists: Donna Aldrich, Tim Anderson, Janet Bothne, Dorothy Bunny Bowen, Linda Boyes, Alexandra Dell’ Amore, Marlies Diels, Woody Duncan, Steven Fresquez, Jane Fritz, Glenn Hohnstreiter, Alex Kurtz, Ann Hart Marquis, William Monthan, Mary Perkins, Jonathan Reeve Price, Mary Sweet. Peggy Trigg, Alice Webb. The New Mexico Center Foundation raises funds for non-medical needs for cancer patients. 40% of each art sale goes to the Foundation and is tax-deductible.



4904 Fourth Street NW - 345.2872 - - map

North Fourth’s doors are open! The Center’s space will be The Place for Albuquerque’s visual and performing arts, educational activities and community gatherings. Watch for updates on our website and Facebook and join us for an exciting passage into the future. For more information contact Marjorie Neset ( or Shannon Flynn (




Hoffmantown, 8210 Menaul Blvd. NE - 292.9333 - - map

First Friday ARTScrawl
September 3 (5-8pm)

Salon show: George H Hayes III, Steampunk and Fantasy: "The Future of the Past." Featured Gallery Artist: Darlene Moore, Fused Glass. Both run through September.