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Richard Levy Gallery
Flowers for the Anthropocene • Matthew McConville September 9–October 23: Online September 9–October 2: at Richard Levy Gallery (by appointment) Richard Levy Gallery is pleased to present Flowers for the Anthropocene, a selection of works by Matthew McConville. These luminescent paintings of fantastical arrangements are largely inspired by images of jellyfish, plant life, viruses, and root balls that McConville found online. The imagery in these paintings is sometimes beautiful, at other times strange and frightening. Scientific research is at a…
Canyon Road Art Brokerage
Ray Belcher - Photographs “Not Man Apart” October 2, 2020 Virtual Event Canyon Road Art Brokerage - Santa Fe "I believe in the primacy of seeing. Seeing what is, and what may be. Seeing through time, as it passes, becoming. Mountains, clouds streaming, as butterfly dreams." Ray Belcher BIO: Ray Belcher arrived in Santa Fe from California in the mid 1970s, after having received a National Endowment for the Arts grant. “When I got here in 1976, there were only…
The CHF Virtualize Your Art Career Conference is a multi-session virtual interactive learning accelerator for creative professionals. This year's theme is 'The New Normal,’ and will be delivered through live streaming video and digital chat on social media. Sessions are led by seasoned business leaders who are all entrepreneurs in their own right, and who specialize in helping artists thrive in business. Some scholarships for BIPOC artists available 50 scholarships of $100
Converge La Cruces
Converge Las Cruces Fine Art’s latest online 3D virtual exhibition Between The Wind: Photographs by Ben Horne is now on display. This 28-image exhibition will be on display until December 30, 2020, and includes many of the images contained in Horne’s book by the same name. Working in places like Death Valley and Zion National Parks, Horne uses primarily 8 x 10 in. and 4 x 5 in. cameras. Ben has one of the oldest photographic YouTube channels and a…
Harwood Art Center
Exhibition: October 5 - November 20, 2020 Virtual Artist Talk & Reception: Thursday, October 22 @ 5:30pm via Zoom Harwood Art Center is pleased to present our October exhibition, "Soft" by Helen Atkins in the Front Gallery. “Soft” is a sculptural installation that examines rituals of transformation, and the relationship between physicality and identity. The series focuses on the belly as a source of deep cultural and individual significance. The “belly portraits” depict real individuals, modeled from references gathered via…
Hecho a Mano
Join us for a an artist talk on Instagram Live with Alfonso Barrera, whose exhibition, Mesoamerican Bestiary is on view at Hecho a Mano through October 25. Alfonso Barrera Muñiz is a Oaxaca-based multi-media artist. His images speak of the relationship of the human being with nature, the history of universal art, fantastic realism, horror films of the '80s and the images of the place he inhabits: Oaxaca. He uses mainly drawing with graphite and charcoal on paper, although he…
Online film festival features short films from around the world exploring issues of identity, immigration, and injustice. Presented in conjunction with 516 ARTS’ current Feminisms exhibition (on view through January 2, 2021), the Feminist Border Arts Film Festival (FBAFF) is a series of short films by student, independent, and professional filmmakers, domestic and international. Shakti Bhagchandani, director of LostFound, described FBAFF programming as “nuanced, complex, uplifting jewels that explore issues such as the coming-of-age of transgender identities, the pain and…
The Albuquerque Museum Foundation presents the 30th annual ArtsThrive: Art Exhibition & Benefit. 30 years is a long time to keep an event fresh and exciting! This year's ArtsThrive celebrates this milestone anniversary with many new components. ArtsThrive will be on view both at the Albuquerque Museum and online via the Bidsquare platform. Artwork can be previewed online and bidding runs October 24 through November 8 at www.bidsquare.com/auction-house/albuquerque-museum-foundation at www.bidsquare.com/auction-house/albuquerque-museum-foundation. The exhibition will be on view to the general public at Albuquerque Museum October 25–December 6,…
In this Zoom webinar, Feng Shui expert Carol Olmstead will teach you how to use simple Feng Shui principles to create calm in a chaotic world. Whatever you’ve been dealing with during the pandemic, there’s a good chance it involves some upheaval in your household. Maybe you needed to create a space to work from home, quickly set up a study area for your children, learn to live with more people underfoot, or cope with isolation. Your continuing challenge may…
"As a painter, I have experienced the moment when paint, color, texture transcends its physicality and becomes something else," reflects Shelly Horton-Trippe. "Artists, musicians, poets know this state of being—when process becomes all, when the encapsulated experience of creation—timeless. We speak of it being a state of suspended reality." During this interactive online studio visit, enjoy an intimate look at Shelley's work as she gives us a glimpse of her atmospheric studio space and shows us new work. Following the…
Richard Levy Gallery
CHARCOAL: Strokes of Vitality Noé Barnett, Nikesha Breeze, Karsten Creightney, Kianah Jay, and Paula Wilson November 4–December 11 Richard Levy Gallery is pleased to present CHARCOAL: Strokes of Vitality, a group exhibition of Black artists working in New Mexico today. Curated by Kianah Jay, this show aims to expand Black spaces of celebration within the fine art community. This is essential in healing the wounds of structural racism and advocating for marginalized peoples in a measurable way. Each artist plays…
During this interactive online studio visit, enjoy an intimate look at the work of artists Kristine and Colin Poole. "In my sculpture, I find a voice that expresses ideas more powerfully and beautifully than I could do through any other means," muses Kristine Poole. "Bringing the pictures from my mind into the tangible inspires and fulfills me and is a way I can understand and share myself." Kristine and Colin maintain their own individual artistic practices while also collaborating on…
Meet artist Afton Love – LIVE! on Facebook @HarwoodMuseum Wednesday, November 11 at 4:00 pm "Using various materials such as clay, wax, gypsum, and graphite, I consider the materials themselves to be the subject matter of the work. I attempt to push my materials to their limit in one way or another so as to highlight as much of what they are as what they are not."
Remarque/New Grounds Print Workshop
Join us for Remarque Print Workshop's virtual opening of our November exhibitions: "Narratives in Cut & Paste" by Terry Garrett, and "Lost & Found" by Jessica Krichels. The virtual opening will give you a chance to hear the artists talk in-depth about their exhibitions, as well as taking questions from viewers! The exhibitions will be available to view online or in-person from November 6-27, 2020. To register for the virtual opening, please visit our website!
Meet artist Nina Silfverberg – LIVE! on Facebook @HarwoodMuseum, Wednesday, November 18 at 4 pm "I am inspired by archetypal symbols and shapes. I leave faces “un-made” and edges “un-done” because I believe in the power of sparking imagination; I want my audience to fill in the blanks with their own imagination."
Holiday shopping from home this year? Looking for memorable, one-of-a-kind gifts? Something special to dress up your own home? Then you won’t want to miss the Museum of International Folk Art’s online auction November 19-22. This first-time auction will give you the chance to bid on collectors' quality folk and fine art and fun experiences that will appeal to a variety of interests and budgets. Featured will be paintings, furniture, folk and fine art, ceramics, handcrafted textiles statement jewelry and…
Meet artist Sasha vom Dorp – LIVE! on Facebook @HarwoodMuseum, Wednesday, November 25, 2020 at 4:00 pm "I’ve made these photographs to better know my place in the universe. Our ability to travel the cosmos being limited, I’ve built a machine in an attempt to observe elemental transactions. I’ve created a mechanical solution to what is a metaphysical problem, forcing basic elements of perception—sound, light, and matter—into a single frame."
Meet artist Nikesha Breeze - LIVE! on Facebook @HarwoodMuseum, Wednesday, December 2, 2020 at 4 pm “Through a dedicated interdisciplinary and inter-relational practice, my work weaves together painting, sculpture, literary reclamation, film, and physical performance, each modality communicating with and responding to the other. Working from an Afrocentric and Afrofuturist perspective, my work reimagines the ability to heal the intergenerational traumatic inheritance of black and brown bodies within realms of past, present and future.“
Pat Pecorella's work expresses deep feelings about her inner world and relationships. Inspired by a life-changing sojourn in Japan and life in the high desert of New Mexico, Pat explores the experience of alternating constriction and expansion. Through her gestural abstractions, Pat gives voice to the freedom that comes from "squeezing through." Join us for a virtual studio tour with Pat for an inside look at her work, her process, and the space where she creates.
Meet artist J. Matt Thomas - LIVE! on Facebook @HarwoodMuseum, Wednesday, December 16, 2020 at 4:00 pm “I use methods of deconstruction and reconstruction of materials to reveal and conceal natural and manufactured systems and patterns. I am interested in the tension created by combining historic, social, cultural and land patterns with the contemporary dialogue of development (and degrowth), consumption, and privilege. “
Meet artist Gray Mercer - LIVE! on Facebook @HarwoodMuseum, Wednesday, December 23, 2020 at 4:00 pm Mercer's metal, wood, and wax sculptures have an accumulation of two to seven individual elements. Made of natural materials, they create a repetition of subtly differentiated nodes. The balance of suspended masses creates a momentary potential energy that arrests the viewer’s sense of time. Quiet stillness erupts.
Meet artist Kathleen Brennan - LIVE! on Facebook @HarwoodMuseum, Wednesday, December 30, 2020 at 4:00 pm “As a documentary photographer, I am drawn to portraying places, people and things we are apt to ignore as empty, old, or broken, in order to re-open our eyes to their beauty and the impact of natural and man-made forces.”