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Richard Levy Gallery
In the Project Room, the gallery presents Your reversed Berlin sphere, an interactive sculpture by critically acclaimed artist Olafur Eliasson. Typical of his work, this sculpture plays with viewer perception. As the circular element transitions from yellow to blue, depending on the time of day and the position of the viewer, the glass acts as both a mirror to your reflection and a prism to the world outside. Eliasson currently has a solo show at the Tate Modern in London.…
New Mexico School for the Arts
Exhibition: Sep 20 - Nov 01 Opening reception on Sep 20 Fri 5-7 pm NMSA Gallery All VAD, 9-12th graders: This year's annual all student NMSA VA exhibition shares each student's creative exploration from the shared starting point of 10" x 10" piece of paper. Gallery not open to the public. Please schedule a Private Tour!
Museum of Encaustic Art
Meet the artists, enjoy refreshments, opening day free to the public. Thirty-eight nation-wide artists juried were into this 3rd annual exhibition, helping us to examine how we assimilate and personalize the scientific information coming to light about global warming. Exhibition on view through October 27 with $10 Museum Admission applicable. Discover the art of wax. Photo: Michelle Hayden, for Those Who Cannot Speak. Encaustic/Mixed Media
Show Pony Gallery
Wrobel writes of the mixed media pieces on board, canvas, and paper: "Painting lines is a habit to indulge. It is a way to meditate, a way to record and pass the time, ingest news, listen to music, respond to reading, gardening, partying, existing - A way to log and associate reactions and experience. The finale of those experiences is deployed in my compositions. Bursts of color, drips, and pockets of jarring vibration are what I focus on. Using quick…
Join us September 27 for the unveiling of Tim Jag's geometric drawings during the Railyard's Final Friday Art Walk. Then come back Saturday to witness the artist create a mural in galleryFRITZ.
Hecho a Mano
Toys, cartoons and skateboard culture come together with finely-wrought craft in Show Funko Roasto, featuring ceramicist Will Rimel and jewelry-maker Zachery Lectenberg. For their first-ever exhibition in Santa Fe, the two artists use imagery expressing youthful dissonance, energy, and color in ceramics and champlevé enamelwork. Both artists work at the intersection of craft and automation - interested in the question of accessibility but have a deep appreciation for handmade forms that can be out of reach financially for many.
David Anthony Fine Art
Continuing her dialogue with deconstructing the zeitgeist, Rita Bard’s newest work utilizes found objects, paint, and photography to create a kaleidoscope of comical, honest and tender vignettes.
Richard Levy Gallery
Richard Levy Gallery is pleased to present to the moon and back, a group exhibition of paintings by gallery artists. Select highlights include William Betts’s Full Moon, El Cuyo Yucatan, 03/21/2019, a large acrylic painting of the moon created from laser-cut stencils. Beau Carey paints invented landscapes from memory and photographs, creating patterned and stacked mountain ranges with colorful shapes and negative space. Jeff Kellar paints many layers of resin and clay pigment onto aluminum panels, then scrapes and repaints…
Image: Alberto Galvez, Azul Giotto, oil on linen, 76 x 66 inches Alberto Galvez is known for his stunning monumental oil paintings of faces that seem at once timeless and contemporary. Employing Renaissance painting techniques, Galvez glazes translucent colors in fine layers over monochromatic lower registers which gives his work a classical nature and ethereal glow. In his paintings, centuries of time and the western art historical tradition conflate, leaving the viewer to ponder if they are classical women transposed…
Matrix Fine Art Gallery
Brush and Lens: Two Views of New Mexico Landscape brings together the work of watercolor painter Lisbeth Cort and fine-art digital photographer Stuart Gelzer –– both artists conveying their unique vision of the landscape of New Mexico through their chosen medium. For her contemporary landscapes series, Lisbeth Cort's paintings are distinguished by a lively mix of patterns, saturated colors, and rich details using watercolor, ink, and wax pastels. In his landscape photographs, Stuart Gelzer focuses on New Mexico’s remote and…
Obscura Gallery is honored to present an exhibition of the newly published limited edition portfolio by one of the most influential documentary photographers of his generation: Danny Lyon: Thirty Photographs (1962-1980). This collection features many of the New Mexico photographer Danny Lyon’s most iconic images. Published in August 2019, the portfolio, limited to an edition of 10, was compiled by Terry Etherton of Etherton Gallery in Tucson, Arizona, spotlighting his 40-year association with Lyon. Obscura Gallery’s show is one of…
The Bug Show - The Unusual Collaborative Art of Steven Kutcher Steven collaborates with insects to make beautiful and delicate works on fine art paper. He is Hollywood's most famous bug wrangler and has worked on over 75 feature films including "Arachnophobia," " Jurassic Park," and "The Lost Highway." Steven will demonstrate his art with live bugs on loan from The Harrell House Bug Museum of Santa Fe, between 3-5 PM October 5 & 6. This event is courtesy of…
McCray Gallery of Contemporary Art
Edwina & Charles Milner Women in the Arts Lecture and Exhibit Opening: Heidi Loewen
Known as a Santa Fe artist who continually uses design sensibility to arrange her works of adornment, Claire Kahn brings her knowledge to exhilarating life. With careful attention to pattern and progression, she strings a mosaic made of cylindrical Japanese seed beads from which she conceptualizes (and crochets) a palpable expression to wear on the body. Between the earth and the sky lives the human experience. The grace within us matures over time and evolves into our best selves. This…
MoMo presents a solo show of Taos-raised painter Anaïs Rumfelt who portrays human forms in mythically infused environments. Join us for an evening with the artist in Historic Downtown Taos: Saturday, October 19, 5-7 pm. The show runs through December. MoMo hours: Thursday - Tuesday 10 am-5 pm.
form & concept
Exhibition: Oct 25-Nov 15 Homecoming Alumni Exhibition Opening Reception - Oct 25th, 5-7 pm Art & Education Panel Talk - Oct 26th, 2 pm VA Alumni Juried Exhibition Alumni juror: Diego Suarez and VA Guest Artists Invitational Exhibition
New Mexico School for the Arts
Exhibition: Sep 20 - Nov 01 NMSA Gallery Sept 20, 5 - 7 pm exhibition opening, All VAD, 9-12th graders: This year's annual all student NMSA VA exhibition shares each student's creative exploration from the shared starting point of 10" x 10" piece of paper. Gallery not open to the public. Please schedule a Private Tour!
1619 C de Baca Lane
Nov. 2, 2019, 4-7 pm, freeform art space will open a new show: wall street in black & white. wall street in black and white consists of photographs and text by photographer Jim Costanzo who participated in the Occupy movement. This show along with his accompanying self published book of the same name is the culmination of his Occupy experience. Jim Costanzo lives in New York City and teaches at Pratt University.