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Fri, May 5 '17
Reception
5:00pm-7:00pm
Santa Fe NM
505-992-0711
JOHN GARRETT, SCHEMES & DREAMS
Chiaroscuro presents its first solo exhibition of the 2017 season with John Garrett’s, Schemes and Dreams. This new body of work expands upon Garrett’s previous mixed media explorations in sculpture, which have always employed the most unexpected and often overlooked materials, transforming them into fine art.
Chiaroscuro Contemporary Art
558 Canyon Road
www.chiaroscurosantafe.com
Fri, May 5 '17
Reception
5:00pm-7:00pm
Santa Fe NM
505.983.6668
SANCTUARY: a Celebration of our Diverse Creative Community
SANCTUARY, an exhibition that celebrates our diverse creative community, features work by 13 immigrant Santa Fe artists from nine countries. Santa Fe has always been welcoming to outsiders. The city is known for its tri-cultural demographics. Throughout the centuries Santa Feans have been inclusive to all who chose to live here. In the past 50 years, the city has welcomed hippies and their communes, Sikhs, the LBGT community, and immigrants from all parts of the world. We have all lived peacefully together embracing each other’s traditions and differences. To that end, MILL Contemporary wishes to showcase the significant contribution that our immigrant artists bring to the visual arts experience in Santa Fe. The artists included in this exhibition work with a variety of media and explore amplitude of ideas. Participating artists include: Ayellet Benner, Seiya Bowen, Luz Corrales, Fatima El Qion, Kemely Gomez, Gen Hayashida, Phát Le, Jade Leyva, Armando Adrian Lopez, Israel Haros Lopez, Issa Nyaphaga, Nami Okuzono, and Laura San Roman.
Mill Contemporary
702 1/2 Canyon Road
www.millcontemp.com
Fri, May 5 '17
Reception
5:00pm-7:30pm
Santa Fe NM
505-501-6555
Constant State of Change with Stephen Day and Ray Tracey
Stephen Day lives and works in the Southwest, where he is renowned for his plein air paintings of the local landscape. Painting the beauty of his natural environment is Day’s ‘first love,’ and he frequently paints on location using the smaller works as studies for larger paintings completed in the studio. Born in Wyoming, Day has lived in some of the most breathtaking landscapes in the West including Santa Fe, New Mexico, and Durango and Aspen, Colorado. When he discovered painting, he found a vehicle to express the unique variety and intense beauty of the land that has surrounded him during his lifetime. “I paint almost exclusively from life trying to capture the feeling and the mood of the subject before me.” Ray Tracey is one of today’s most recognized contemporary Navajo jewelers due to his rootedness in the Navajo jewelry tradition while firmly embracing contemporary designs and techniques. Whether using traditional materials like turquoise set in stamped silver or crafting intricate multi-stone inlays set in gold, Tracey’s inspirations come from many sources. Early in his career, he found muses in the natural world and within his Native American culture. Today, with decades of successful artistic production under his belt and 60+ years of living, his creativity is now sourced, too, from a deep appreciation for being alive. “As I have gotten older, life has become more dear to me. I am now more in tune with intangible sources for my inspiration.”
Sorrel Sky Gallery
125 W. Palace Ave
https://sorrelsky.com/
Fri, May 5 '17
Special Event
5:00pm-8:00pm
Albuquerque NM
505-842-1400
12th Annual "Albuquirky" Little Houses Silent Auction Fundraiser
Hosted by Sumner & Dene (517 Central NW, upstairs) To Benefit OFFCenter Silently bid on over 125 "Little House" whimsical mini masterpieces made by favorite local, notable and emerging artists. 100% proceeds benefit OFFCenter’s free arts and music studio, education and selling opportunities for over 3,500 people of all ages each year. Held in conjunction with opening reception for Frank McCulloch & Friends (downstairs) - see Sumner & Dene for more info.
Sumner & Dene / OFFCenter Community Arts Project
517 Central Ave NW
www.sumnerdene.com
Fri, May 5 '17
Reception
6:00pm-8:00pm
Albuquerque NM
505-242-6367
TAXI!: Christian Gallegos
Christian Gallegos’ vibrant paintings in TAXI! reflect his personal experience growing up at the intersection of the street life and art scene of New York City. The iconic yellow cab is a recurrent motif in these paintings along with the urban landscape , especially the graffiti / street art that has become an important part the international art world.{main gallery}
Harwood Art Center
1114 7th St NW
www.harwoodartcenter.org
Fri, May 5 '17
Reception
6:00pm-8:00pm
Albuquerque NM
505-242-6367
Plantcraft: Joanna Keane Lopez
Plantcraft is an inquiry into the natural environment of the Southwest. The work encompasses plant and insect dyes, hand harvested aliz (a traditional clay plaster) and botanical paintings of regional medicinal plants. Plantcraft investigates place, the human being’s relationship with flora and natural materials, the southwestern landscape’s interaction with architecture, as well as the mystique and the stories of plants that heal. {front gallery}
Harwood Art Center
1114 7th St NW
www.harwoodartcenter.org
Sat, May 6 '17
Special Event
1:00pm-3:00pm
Santa Fe NM
505-982-8111
In Process: Jewelry Artist Talks
Saturday, May 6, 1-3 pm In the form & concept shop, paintings appear beside jewelry designs and sculptures mingle with hand-painted ceramics. The space, which adjoins form & concept’s ground-floor exhibition rooms, is a powerful expression of the gallery’s mission: to blur the lines between art, craft, and design. This spring, form & concept teams up with local jewelers to celebrate jewelry design as its own exquisite art form. IN PROCESS: Jewelry Artist Talks will feature special demonstrations from a number of jewelry artists represented by the form & concept shop. Participating jewelers include Bunny Tobias, Charles Greeley, Brian Fleetwood and Debra Baxter. IN PROCESS is a free, public event on Saturday, May 6 from 1-3 pm.
form & concept
435 S Guadalupe St
formandconcept.center/

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