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Sat, Jul 4 '15
Reception
2:00pm-4:00pm
Taos NM
575-758-7831
Dinah Worman Solo Exhibition
***Opening Reception Sat., July 4th from 4 to 6 pm. Show continues through July 31.*** Act I Gallery is honored to present a solo exhibition by Dinah Worman, one of Taos’ finest artists, who has found a voice that soars above and beyond her landscapes. We will celebrate new oils with an Opening Reception Sat., July 4th from 4 to 6 pm. Dinah expresses a world formed of angles of earth, scrambled and complicated structures clustered on a bluff, anchored in place by deeply rooted trees or perhaps simply by the pressure of the high horizon. There is a graciousness to the vast space in the foreground, a gentle welcome and time of transition. Meanwhile the earth takes steep slides and roads climb like ladders deeper into the painting. Our eyes are drawn through the painting, stopping to glimpse a blowsy bovine, perhaps a cattle gate askew and then we continue on as directed by Dinah’s vastly changing perspective within one dynamic work of art.
Act I Gallery & Sculpture Garden
218 Paseo del Pueblo Norte
www.actonegallery.com
Sun, Jul 5 '15
Special Event
12:00pm-5:00pm
Albuquerque NM
505-768-3555
Western Youth Day in Old Town on July 5: Enjoy music, craft demonstrations and kids' activities
The focus is on youth at Western Youth Day in Historic Old Town on Sunday, July 5 from noon - 5 p.m. Sponsored by the Western Music Association, the event will feature talented youngsters performing the Western way. Performers include Julian Oliver, Calvin Hampton, The Kaye Sisters, Austin Van and Mikki Daniel. Demonstrating Western Floral leather carving will be the New Mexico Roadrunner Leather Artisans' Guild. This group of leather artists is continuing the ancient craft that was brought to New Mexico by the Spanish and adopted by Anglo cowboys to decorate their saddles, gun holsters and belts. The art remains popular today. For the younger set, the Western Music Association will offer themed coloring pages and bandanas that can be personalized with Western-themed rubber stamps. Kids will have fun creating and then taking home their art.
City of Albuquerque - Old Town Plaza
Old Town Plaza
www.cabq.gov/crs/specialevents.html
Tue, Jul 7 '15
Reception
5:00pm-7:00pm
Santa Fe NM
505-986-9800
Migratory Roots: New work by Hung Liu
***Exhibition Dates: July 7 - August 8, 2015. Opening Reception: July 17, 5-7 p.m.**** This summer Turner Carroll Gallery is pleased to present new work by world-renowned Chinese artist Hung Liu. Liu has one of the most compelling stories of any living artist. She grew up in China under the repressive government of Mao, and worked in the wheat fields 364 days each year during China's Cultural Revolution. She is a woman of obvious fortitude, adapting to the hard work during the Cultural Revolution in China, and then to her life of phenomenal critical acclaim as an artist in the U.S. Hung Liu’s new body of work for Turner Carroll features an incredible range of portraiture and still life subject matter, both of which comment on her unique and complex history and experience growing up in China during the Cultural Revolution. In the case of her portraiture, Hung paints people she encountered during her time working in the countryside. She paints peasants as if they are royalty, thus giving them a posthumous life of grandeur. Likewise, she paints the common dandelion as if it were the most gorgeous flower in nature, with the detail of a religious icon. For more information, please contact Tonya Turner Carroll at tcgallery@aol.com or call the gallery at 505.986.9800.
Turner Carroll Gallery
725 Canyon Road
www.turnercarrollgallery.com
Wed, Jul 8 '15
Lecture/Demo
12:00pm
Santa Fe NM
505-476-5064
Gallery Talk with Artist Gay Block
Gallery Talk with Artist Gay Block whose work is on view at the Museum in To Feel Less Alone : Gay Block, A Portrait until July 26, 2015. A selection of more than thirty photographs by internationally recognized portrait photographer Gay Block, the exhibition ranges from her early black-and-white work in the 1970s to recent color work from several bodies of work. Fascinated by people, Block began her career by photographing her own community in Houston before focusing on groups as diverse as girls at summer camp, retirees in Miami’s South beach, and Christians who rescued Jews in Europe during World War II. Talk is free with purchase of Museum admission
New Mexico Museum of Art
On the Plaza / 107 West Palace Avenue
www.mfasantafe.org
Wed, Jul 8 '15
Lecture/Demo
1:30pm
Las Cruces NM
575-541-2137
Here & Now” Artist Panel Discussion
In conjunction with the “Here & Now Regional Juried Exhibition” now showing in the Las Cruces Museum of Art, a panel of seven exhibiting artists will speak about their work Wednesday, July 8, at 1:30 pm in the Branigan Cultural Center, next door to the Museum of Art. Melissa Barba, Assistant Curator of the Stanlee & Gerald Rubin Center, UTEP, moderates the discussion. Featured artists are Susan Christie, Beverley Pirtle, John Northcutt, Jason Lucero, Mari Blacker, Bonnie Mandoe, and Erin Galvez.
Las Cruces Museum of Art
491 North Main Street
www.las-cruces.org/Departments/Public%20Services/Services/Museums/Museum%
Wed, Jul 8 '15
Special Event
2:30pm
Las Cruces NM
575-541-2221
The Reading Art Book Club: The Devil and Dr. Barnes: Portrait of an American Art Collector
The Reading Art Book Club meets next on Wednesday, July 8, at 2:30 pm in the Las Cruces Museum of Art. The book club will have an open, group discussion on the book The Devil and Dr. Barnes: Portrait of an American Art Collector by Howard Greenfeld. The Devil and Dr. Barnes traces the near-mythical journey of a man who was born into poverty, amassed a fortune through the promotion of a popular medicine, and acquired the premier private collection of works by such masters as Renoir, Matisse, Cezanne, and Picasso. Reading Art Book Club meetings are free and open to the public. Join us even if you haven’t read the book! For more information or for details on book selections, contact Joy Miller at 541-2221 or e-mail jmiller@las-cruces.org.
Las Cruces Museum of Art
491 North Main Street
www.las-cruces.org/Departments/Public%20Services/Services/Museums/Museum%
Thu, Jul 9 '15
Lecture/Demo
1:00pm
Las Cruces NM
575-541-2154
A Photoessay on Geronimo’s Surrender
Bill Cavaliere will present the July 2015 History Notes lecture at Branigan Cultural Center on Thursday, July 9 at 1pm, entitled “A Photoessay of Geronimo’s Surrender.” In this illustrated talk, Mr. Cavaliere will present photographs taken during his research on Geronimo. Cavaliere has traveled to many of the sites important in Geronimo’s life, taking pictures that show how the landscape has changed since the moment of some of the most iconic images of the Apache leader. This popular photoessay helps us picture some of the most important aspects of Chiricahua Apache history and see how the Apache homelands have changed since the times of Geronimo.
Branigan Cultural Center & Museum
490 N Water Street
www.las-cruces.org/museums
Thu, Jul 9 '15
Reception
4:00pm-7:00pm
Santa Fe NM
505-820-3300
Retablos: A New Voice
William Siegal Gallery is pleased to present Retablos: A New Voice, an exhibition of new work by Victor Huaman Gutierrez. The show will be on view starting June 26, 2015, with a special reception for Victor on Thursday July 9th from 4-7pm during the week of Folk Art Market. Please join us then at 540 S. Guadalupe Street in the Railyard Arts District. Victor Huaman Guitierrez is a 38-year-old self-taught artist living in a remote village in the Central Highlands of Peru. His journey as an artist began at the age of eleven when he saw a Retablo for the first time. Retablos are a key part of the Peruvian culture and originally served as religious shrines, but have evolved to include depictions of secular scenes of daily life and traditional events. Victor has since dedicated his life to this ancient art form that originated in the nearby town of Ayacucho.
William Siegal Gallery
540 South Guadalupe
www.williamsiegal.com
Thu, Jul 9 '15
Exhibition
5:00pm
Santa Fe NM
505-982-8478
NATIVE AMERICAN IMAGERY IN ADVERTISING
The show will include early signs, screen prints, textiles and more that include the iconic image of Native Americans to promote various business endeavors of the early 20th Century. This event is free and open to the public!
Shiprock Santa Fe
53 Old Santa Fe Trail - Upstairs
www.shiprocktrading.com
Thu, Jul 9 '15
Reception
5:00pm-7:00pm
Santa Fe NM
505-986-9800
A Healing Stitch
Art is a vehicle for social change, functioning as both a practice and a product. The art in this show results from the practice of peaceful expression, which creates inspiringly beautiful products that convey a message of harmony. A Healing Stitch features handmade embroideries that are deeply personal, coming from women who have persisted in spite of inexplicable violence. These women have suffered and survived the traumas of domestic abuse, abandonment, homelessness, and illness. These stories are not rare, unfortunately—this is the reality that a majority of women in India currently face. Through the embroideries, these women find healing, peace, and meaning; which comes from narrating and expressing their stories. Furthermore, they are empowered financially through the sale of their work. Art narrates the stories of our lives, and for the women represented in this show, the stories told are not intended for passive observance. Rather, the art itself, and the stories represented, are playing an active and vital role by spreading an awareness of injustice, and igniting movement towards action and reconciliation. The difference between what is and what can be will inform our crucial connection with each story. This show celebrates art as an instrument- a means that reinforces our interconnectedness, reminds us of our fundamental humanity, and acts as a catalyst towards positive growth and change.
Turner Carroll Gallery
725 Canyon Road
www.turnercarrollgallery.com
Fri, Jul 10 '15
Reception
5:00pm-7:00pm
Santa Fe NM
505-955-0550
Collection of Paintings by Santa Fe Indian School Students—1943
Adobe Gallery exhibit and sale: 10 paintings by 8 students of The Studio of The Santa Fe Indian School from a class of the year 1943. It is believed that Conrad Hilton purchased these paintings from the students for his first Albuquerque hotel which opened in 1939. Only two of the eight students are known to have painted as a career later in life. There is no published information on six of the students so it is assumed that they chose a career other than painting. Works by: Lorenzo Duran, Picuris Pueblo; Pat Torres, San Juan Pueblo; Reyes Lovato, Kewa (Santo Domingo) Pueblo; Ramos Sanchez, San Ildefonso Pueblo; Augustine Bird, Kewa (Santo Domingo) Pueblo; Harley L., Hopi Pueblo; Johnny Toledo, Jemez Pueblo; Rita Martinez, Taos Pueblo.
Adobe Gallery
221 Canyon Road
www.adobegallery.com
Fri, Jul 10 '15
Reception
5:00pm-7:00pm
Santa Fe NM
505-983-3707
Possibilities and Pulse
July 10 Possibilities and Pulse. Two-person show unveiling new works by RACHEL DARNELL & MICHAEL WILDING. Come and meet the artists Free event 5pm-7pm
GF Contemporary
707 Canyon Road
www.gfcontemporary.com
Fri, Jul 10 '15
Reception
5:00pm-7:00pm
Santa Fe NM
505-982-4142
High Country Southwest - New paintings by Phil Hulebak
***July 10 - August 6 Opening Reception with the Artist: Friday, July 10, 5:00 - 7:00 p.m.*** Marigold Arts ispleased to welcome Albuquerque painter Phil Hulebak to the gallery. We will present a solo exhibition of his work opening July 10. Hulebak recognizes the challenge of crafting a unique voice in the Southwestern landscape genre. He works with local colors and values that give his paintings authenticity. Recently, he has pushed that boundary into brighter hues, achieving an impressionist style with a palette knife. "This looser style, he says, "allows me to explore the landscape with more passion and experimentation."
Marigold Arts
424 Canyon Road
www.marigoldarts.com
Fri, Jul 10 '15
Reception
5:00pm-7:00pm
Santa Fe NM
505-992-8878
Summer of Color Exhibition
***Meet the Artists: Friday July 10th, 5-7 PM*** A group exhibition featuring all of our gallery artists
Winterowd Fine Art
701 Canyon Road
www.fineartsantafe.com/
Fri, Jul 10 '15
Reception
5:30pm-7:30pm
Albuquerque NM
505.238.5071
Mostly Black: Rachel Zollinger, Scott Palsce, Leigh Anne Langwell, Page Coleman
***Exhibition Dates: July 11-September 5, 2015. Reception: Friday, July 10, 5:30-7:30 p.m. **** Page Coleman Gallery features 4 Albuquerque artists whose artworks are mostly black. Rachel Zollinger fabricates highly refined copper and wood wall sculptures. These abstract cubes are approximations of terrain that describe profile and elevation as contours and planes. Scott Palsce’s tin, aluminum and steel sculptures are bold in shape and simple in form. His sculptures are strongly architectural and skillfully crafted. Leigh Anne Langwell creates photograms and pin galaxies to explore astronomy, cosmology and art. Her images are arrangements of simple elements that serve as metaphors for the workings of science and culture, poetry and beauty. Page Coleman’s new wire animals are full of animation, personality and humor. Animals include rats, mice, elephants, dogs and other yet to be identified creatures.
Page Coleman Gallery
6320-B Linn Avenue NE
www.pagecolemangallery.com/

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