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Fri, Jul 3 '15
Reception
7:00am-7:00pm
Albuquerque NM
505-450-4059
Janice St. Marie & Julane Jensen
***Exhibition Dates: July 2 - August 1. Opening Reception Friday,July 3rd,5-8 p.m.*** Exhibition of new paintings. Landscapes in oil by Julane Jensen. Landscapes in pastel by Janice St. Marie
Purple Sage Gallery
201 San Felipe NW
www.purplesagegallery.biz
Fri, Jul 3 '15
Reception
5:00pm-7:00pm
Santa Fe NM

Energetic Representations of the Natural World, Christina Hall-Strauss Leah Siegel
There are energies that flow through the air that we cannot see. We both affect and are affected by these energies. Such energetic patterns are the subject of enquiry in science, religion, metaphysics, and the arts. Both of the artists in this exhibition are revealing known and unknown energies that flow through natural systems. They make manifest visible forces that we can sense but can't always see. Christine Hall-Strauss’ acrylic paintings explore the rhythms, tensions and harmonies of botanical and landscape energies. Through an interplay of shapes, color, movement, form and texture, she depicts her sensory perception of the patterns, energies and relationships in the natural world. Her work is in numerous national and international collections including the city of Phoenix, The Museum of New Mexico, hospitals and corporations in Seattle, Oklahoma City , Scottsdale, Albuquerque, and Sonoma, California. Leah Siegel is inspired by the badlands of the Southwest, the industrial wastelands of northern New Jersey, and the dark forests of Finland. She explores the intersections of art and science, and the far reaches of consciousness. She is concerned with the ambiguities and mutable character of representation employing various drawing and imaging techniques including software program models. Leah developed her mark-making and imaging work throughout careers in film, video, photography and digital media, exhibiting drawings and photography since the mid-1980s in New York, New Mexico, and throughout the United States.
Axle Contemporary
Canyon Road in front of FeChiaroscuro Gallery 558 Canyon Road
axleart.com
Fri, Jul 3 '15
Reception
5:00pm-7:00pm
Santa Fe NM
505-992-0711
CHRIS RICHTER: REVEALED
Chiaroscuro Contemporary Art is pleased to present our second major solo exhibition for abstract painter Chris Richter this July 3 – August 1, 2015 from our new location at 558 Canyon Road. Revealed is a new body of work that continues Richter’s exploration into painterly abstraction with its conceptual roots based in nature. Much like you can witness time and growth on the bark of a tree, or the form of a forest, Richter’s paintings reveal a similar growth into being.
Chiaroscuro Contemporary Art
558 Canyon Road
www.chiaroscurosantafe.com
Fri, Jul 3 '15
Reception
5:00pm-8:00pm
Albuquerque NM
505-268-8952
Image New Mexico 2015
***Exhibition dates: July 3 – 31, 2015. Sneak Preview: June 30 – July 2, 2015. First Friday Artscrawl Reception: Friday, July 3, 2015, 5 – 8 pm. *** Red Dog News and Matrix Fine Art gladly present Image New Mexico 2015. Talented photographers from around the United States submitted photographs taken in New Mexico. Twenty-seven photographers were juried into this year’s dynamic exhibition. There are traditional, contemporary, and some pleasantly unexpected images that will make your appreciation and love of this beautiful state grow. Jurors are: Tim Anderson, publisher, Red Dog News, Regina Held, Director, Matrix Fine Art, and Ann Pallesen, Director, Photographic Center NW.
Matrix Fine Art
3812 Central Ave SE #100A
www.matrixfineart.com
Fri, Jul 3 '15
Reception
5:00pm-8:00pm
Albuquerque NM
505-268-8952
Explorations in Gravure – 19th Century Aesthetic, 21st Century Technology
Gravure is a perfect combination of photography and printmaking. Older than photography, it had its heyday during the days of Ansel Adams. It was revived in the first days of the 21st century with the availability of plates that can be developed in water rather than using toxic chemicals. In gravure the image is exposed to a light-sensitive plate which is then developed and can be printed like an etching which gives the artist more freedom in color choices. Participating artists include: Lincoln Draper, Jessica Weybright, Jorge Tristani, Francisco Valenzuela, and James Coker
Matrix Fine Art
3812 Central Ave SE #100A
www.matrixfineart.com
Fri, Jul 3 '15
Reception
5:00pm-7:00pm
Santa Fe NM
505-983-1434
Daniel Gerhartz Solo Show
Once again Daniel Gerhartz takes us on a journey of fine painting with his latest one man show at Meyer Gallery. The exhibition runs through July 23, with a reception for the artist to be held on opening night July 3, from 5-7 p.m. The 2015 exhibition consists of 15 magnificent new works, including figurative, still life and landscape paintings. To view the entire collection, please visit meyergalleries. com for a complete online catalogue.
Meyer Gallery
225 Canyon Road
www.meyergalleries.com
Fri, Jul 3 '15
Reception
5:00pm-7:00pm
Santa Fe NM
505-795-7570
ANN HOSFELD & REG LOVING: Nature Diversified
New Concept Gallery invites you to an exhibit featuring the work of New Mexico artists Ann Hosfeld and Reg Loving. The exhibition’s opening will be held from 5–7 PM, on Friday, July 3, 2015 at the New Concept Gallery, 610 Canyon Road, Santa Fe, NM. The exhibit runs through August 3, 2015. Ann Hosfeld shows abstracted as well as realist forms from nature, including agaves and other tropical plants. She originally studied with the second generation of abstract expressionists in NYC, but developed her own style when she moved to the Southwest and became influenced by the light and amazing plant forms in nature. Reg Loving is a well-known artist in Santa Fe. His abstractions have been shown in numerous Santa Fe galleries over the past 30 years. His recent acrylic paintings are influenced by New Mexican landscape. Much of his new work consists of abstracted landscapes such as his “Algondones” series, which explores the depth and dimension of mesas and canyons reduced to multiple layers.
New Concept Gallery
610 A Canyon Road
Fri, Jul 3 '15
Reception
5:00pm-8:00pm
Albuquerque NM
505-268-8952
Explorations in Gravure – 19th Century Aesthetic, 21st Century Technology
***Exhibition dates: July 3 - 31, 2015. Sneak Preview: June 30 – July 2, 2015. First Friday Artscrawl Reception: Friday, July 3, 2015, 5 – 8 pm. *** Gravure is a perfect combination of photography and printmaking. Older than photography, it had its heyday during the days of Ansel Adams. It was revived in the first days of the 21st century with the availability of plates that can be developed in water rather than using toxic chemicals. In gravure the image is exposed to a light-sensitive plate which is then developed and can be printed like an etching which gives the artist more freedom in color choices. Participating artists include: Lincoln Draper, Jessica Weybright, Jorge Tristani, Francisco Valenzuela, and James Coker
New Grounds Print Workshop & Gallery
3812 Central Ave SE
www.newgroundsgallery.com
Fri, Jul 3 '15
Reception
5:00pm-7:00pm
Santa Fe NM
505-986-3432
Drawn to the Wall 2: The Medium is the Message
*** Exhibition Dates: July 3 - August 29, 2015. Artists Reception July 3, 5:00-7:00 pm. *** Santa Fe artists Michael Motley, Isolde Kille and Seth Anderson Patina Gallery is delighted to announce Drawn to the Wall 2: The Medium is the Message, the second exhibition of the Drawn to the Wall series in which Patina presents prominent contemporary Santa Fe guest artists. Drawn to the Wall 2: The Medium is the Message is part of Patina Gallery's 2015 Year of Couleur and is curated by owners Ivan and Allison Barnett and their associate Joseph Morris. Drawn to the Wall 2 will symphonize the multidimensional works of artists Michael Motley, Isolde Kille, and Seth Anderson, while exhibiting their individual use of materials and how it is manifested in the surface of the pieces.
Patina Gallery
131 West Palace Ave
www.patina-gallery.com
Fri, Jul 3 '15
Reception
5:00pm-7:00pm
Santa Fe NM
505-795-7476
Serenity, Harmony, Wonder: The Art of Emotion
Michael Monroe Ethridge creates abstract landscapes with layers of acrylic color and texture. For this exhibit, Ethridge will be showing three series of paintings based on three tranquil emotions his work evokes – serenity, harmony, and wonder. The paintings will done be in Ethridge’s signature style – tropical abstract landscape – but varying color palettes will define each emotion.
Pippin Contemporary
200 Canyon Road
www.pippincontemporary.com
Fri, Jul 3 '15
Reception
5:00pm-8:00pm
Albuquerque NM
505-842-1400
The Architecture Show
Sumner & Dene is honored to present The Architecture Show, July 3-31, with a reception for the artists Friday, July 3, 5-8pm. Join us for this unique exhibit exploring the New Mexico Architecture...from the adobe to steel structures, from photography to paintings by Bill Tondreau, Angus Macpherson, Reg Loving, Mark Horst, Michael Norviel, Dee Sanchez, David Snow, and Phil Hulebak. Sumner & Dene, located Downtown Albuquerque at 517 Central NW, is open weekdays 10-6, Saturdays 10-5 and Sundays 12 noon - 4. For more information call 505-842-1400 or go to sumnerdene.com. This special exhibit is part of our year long 35th Anniversary Celebration.
Sumner & Dene
517 Central Ave NW
www.sumnerdene.com
Fri, Jul 3 '15
Reception
5:00pm-7:00pm
Santa Fe NM
505-995-8513
Love, Death & Revenge: Opera-inspired sculptural works by Beckie Kravetz
It has been said that all of opera boils down to the three grand themes in the title of this exhibition. To sculptor Beckie Kravetz, an encounter with opera 30 years ago in this very city unexpectedly introduced her to her greatest muse - and a musical one, at that - inspiring the passionate emotions that suffuse her work. Love, Death, and Revenge combines a selection of her Sculpted Arias with full figures and bas-reliefs. You don't have to be an opera lover to be seduced by her work. As Sculptural Pursuit magazine noted in a 2008 feature article on Kravetz titled Sculpted Arias and Emotions: "Her depictions of operatic characters, faces, and masks display the powerful gamut of human feeling captured in an instant of time - in a living face, the emotion may be fleeting, but in her work, the pathos remains etched for all time, reaching out and reminding viewers of our human condition."
Tansey Contemporary Sculpture Center
619 Canyon Road
www.tanseycontemporary.com/
Fri, Jul 3 '15
Reception
5:00pm-7:00pm
Santa Fe NM
505-231-1035
SOUTH AFRICA - black & white and coloured: the photography of WARD RUSSELL
***Photographic Exhibition: July 3rd to Sept. 26th, 2015; Artist Reception: Friday, July 3rd, 2015 5 to 7pm*** Twenty years after the abolishment of Apartheid, photographer/cinematographer Ward Russell explores the South Africa of 2014 with an eye to the changing times, landscapes and people. Photographing in the style of a social commentator, Ward spent three months circumnavigating the country, from Cape Town to the battlefields of Kwa Zulu Natal and to the animals of the Kruger Game Park. His northern return route explored the diamond mines of Kimberley and the heat of the Khalihari Desert. Finally the vast Great Karoo returned him to the West Cape fishing villages and a reprieve from the aridness and heat. Ward's images capture the cultural diversity as well as the economic diversity of the people. He captures the majesty of the animals and the beauty of the landscapes, from mountains to desert, to ocean shores. His black and white images are striking and accented with the occasional image that just demanded to be printed in color.
Ward Russell Photography
102 West San Francisco Street, Suite 10
www.wardrussellphoto.com
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

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