Canyon Road
May
1
to May 31

Canyon Road

May Designated as Sculpture Month on Canyon Road

For Immediate Release, Santa Fe, NM – May has been designated Sculpture Month on historic Canyon Road by the Canyon Road Merchants Association highlighted by Sculpture and Garden tours on Memorial Weekend. Participating galleries are Acosta Strong Fine Art, Art House - Thoma Foundation, Barbara Meikle Fine Art, Canyon Road Contemporary, Convergence Gallery, Dominique Boisjoli Fine Art, Freeman Gallery, Gallery 901, GF Contemporary, Globe Fine Art, GVG Contemporary, Hunter-Kirkland Contemporary, James Roybal Fine Art, La Mesa of Santa Fe, Luca Décor, Manitou Galleries – Canyon Road, Mark White Fine Art, New Concept Gallery, Owen Contemporary, Pippin Contemporary, Romancing the Stone, Sage Creek Gallery, Selby Fleetwood Gallery, Ventana Fine Art, ViVO Contemporary, and Wiford Gallery.

Memorial weekend (May 25th and 26th), galleries will present various programs/ presentations including demonstrations and discussions by sculptors about processes, developing design ideas for large-scale sculpture in site specific settings, finishes, the lost wax process and more. During the same weekend, visitors will have the opportunity to stroll through the many beautiful sculpture gardens of participating galleries.

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Foto Forum
May
3
to May 31

Foto Forum

Foto Forum | celebrate its new space at 1714 Paseo de Peralta in Santa Fe

Solo Exhibition by Joel Orozco

For the past two and a half years, Orozco has also been working on a project that involves the collaboration of the Tarahumaras wearing different masks. Rooted in the tradition of magic realism Orozco combines the mixture of Mexican folk tales to create a theater-like representation where mystifying stories composed of strangeness align with an invented reality that his mind perceives of cultural dreams, religious ceremonies, and personal fantasies. He believes that photography can be about creating fantasy, and is not only about seeing with your eyes, but is also about using the imagination. “The camera can grant us the power to open secret passageways to a whole entirely different world that only exists in our own reality. Although photography is commonly associated with fact, its parallel power has been a medium for fiction from the very beginning of its invention. As an artist, I am still learning the fundamental value of the camera: and how it can show us the world around us.”

Closing reception on Friday May 31, 2019 from 5-8 pm

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Nuart Gallery
May
10
to May 26

Nuart Gallery

Juan Kelly | Perceptions from Light and Structures

In this exhibition Kelly brings forward the entirety of the figurative elements and spatial structures in his paintings to create images with multiple perceptual points of view.

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New Mexico Fiber Crawl
May
17
to May 19

New Mexico Fiber Crawl

New Mexico: A Fiber Arts Destination

May 17, 18, 19, 2019             

Join in our three-day 2019 New Mexico Fiber Crawl, Friday, May 17, through Sunday, May 19, to celebrate New Mexico’s rich fiber arts heritage and the people who make wonderful fiber creations. The New Mexico Fiber Crawl is an opportunity to explore fiber studios and farms, experience fiber demonstrations, attend special gallery and museum events, win prizes, and visit fiber arts shops. 

Whether you are a fiber enthusiast, a visitor, a friend or a collector, the 2019 New Mexico Fiber Crawl is a great way to discover and enjoy the world of fiber arts in Northern New Mexico. You’ll meet the weavers, knitters, spinners, felters, embroiderers and new media artists who are sharing their love of the fiber arts at this event. Plus, you’ll have a great time!

Calls for Artists are happening in conjunction with the New Mexico Fiber Crawl! Click here for more information and to apply.

Are you interested in applying as a site? You can view the requirements and fill out your application.

Are you an artist looking for a Site to join? Email events@evfac.org for opportunities.

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New Mexico Fiber Crawl
May
17
to May 19

New Mexico Fiber Crawl

New Mexico: A Fiber Arts Destination              

Join in our three-day 2019 New Mexico Fiber Crawl, Friday, May 17, through Sunday, May 19, to celebrate New Mexico’s rich fiber arts heritage and the people who make wonderful fiber creations. The New Mexico Fiber Crawl is an opportunity to explore fiber studios and farms, experience fiber demonstrations, attend special gallery and museum events, win prizes, and visit fiber arts shops. 

galleryFRITZ

Elyse Allen Textiles

Flying High Studio

form & concept

Thomas-Carole Bowker Fine Art Studio

AMORES Yarn Studio + Shop

Atelier Danielle

DC KNITS, LLC

Humming Desert Alpacas, LLC

Las Tejedoras

Luca decor

Nicole Salzman's Studio

Polly Barton Studio

Que Sera Alpacas

The Wool Shed .net at Maple Winds Farm

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Hat Ranch Gallery
May
19
2:00 PM14:00

Hat Ranch Gallery

Carol Tippit Woolworth

During her 40-year career as a painter, Woolworth has garnered a global following of collectors, earned numerous awards and grants, and spent many years creating and conducting workshops in the South of France. Woolworth’s oils and gouache merge toward the abstract figurative and are created with a palette that soothes the eye and spirit while contributing to an overall feeling of harmony and warmth within the viewer.

My paintings attempt to capture an intense moment in time that rings absolutely true. A scene, a certain light, colors arranged that pierce through one’s center to extract an emotion. A search for beauty in the familiar, unseen until revealed by the work.  

-       Carol Tippit Woolworth

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Modernist Frontier Gallery
May
24
5:00 PM17:00

Modernist Frontier Gallery

Cody Brothers: The Forgotten Horizon

Brothers creates his black and white, infrared film studies in a manner that combines his unique compositional sense with an expertise built from decades of photographic experimentation. His tireless traveling is testament not only to his love for the western landscape but also his devotion to getting the perfect shot. The Forgotten Horizon will feature work from his parks project as well as other photographs from Brothers expeditions throughout the west. For Brothers, documenting the parks is not solely about artistic expression but also an obligation to preserve our public lands:

“Our National Parks are not only our “best idea”, they are our greatest asset. They leave each of us with lasting impressions of joy and wonder; instilling a sense of pride and patriotism for who we are and what we can be.”

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Blue Rain Gallery
May
31
5:00 PM17:00

Blue Rain Gallery

Z.Z. Wei | Solitude

Paintings, oil on canvas

Wei was born in 1957, in Beijing, China. He started painting at young 
age during China’s Culture Revolution. Art and Painting were his 
sanctuary from the turmoil of his school and family. He graduated from 
Central Institute of Arts and Design in Beijing in 1984.

Wei came to the United States in 1989. The rural 
landscape of America has transformed him as a person and an artist. It 
represents the beginning of a fresh lifestyle and art. Wei unites his 
art and life experiences in China with his perspectives inspired by 
traveling the backroads of America, creating a rich and poetic oeuvre. 
His original and unique interpretation of the landscapes captures the 
characteristics and spirits of America that touch the hearts of a wide 
range of audiences from different cultures and backgrounds.

Wei’s style and imagery are heavy with references to 
Americana. However, they are abstractions of his views. Richly complex, 
they are filled with humor and loneliness, peacefulness and pain. They 
balance on the knife-edge of meaning, tempting those who choose to look 
beyond the mundane to experience a unique and timeless look at life.

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Hecho A Mano Gallery
May
31
6:00 PM18:00

Hecho A Mano Gallery

TERRAN LAST GUN

The artist is best known for his bold geometric works on paper, which often explore the interaction between color, form, and memory, all while reflecting Blackfoot visual aesthetics and philosophy. One might say that Last Gun is a landscape artist. “I continue to explore color, form, composition, and memory when creating visual narratives. Growing up near the Backbone of the World (Rocky Mountains) front of Montana, to now residing near the Sangre de Cristo Mountains of New Mexico, I am continually inspired by these landscapes.”

Terran Last Gun’s self-titled exhibition will open Friday, May 31, 6-8pm and will be on view through June 22.

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New Concept Gallery
Jun
7
5:00 PM17:00

New Concept Gallery

Landscape of the Southwest

May 31, 2019 – June 29, 2019

Photography by Steven A. Jackson
Oil Paintings by Linda Petersen
New Concept Gallery’s second show of the season is a study in contrasts.  Featuring the elegantly understated toned photographs of 
Steven A. Jackson, and Linda Petersen's beautifully rendered oils, the show explores two different ways of interpreting the unique landscape of the southwestern United States.   
STEVEN A. JACKSON
Steven A. Jackson’s photographs have always depicted images quite different than someone else might see and photograph.  They show real scenes, but not the way most people would see them.  They utilize subtle tones to create a specific mood – whether landscapes or simply details of objects that might easily be overlooked.
Although his background is in traditional “wet” black and white film photography, over the past decade Jackson’s work has all been digital – utilizing the genre’s extraordinary resolution and ability to create a subtle use of color that is reminiscent of toned black and white images.
Jackson has lived in Santa Fe for nearly fifty years.  He has shown frequently at New Concept Gallery, along with many shows elsewhere in New Mexico and beyond.  His work is in numerous private and public collections.

LINDA PETERSEN
Linda Petersen welcomes the coming summer with scenes from a variety of locales. Her plein air and larger studio works come from her travels to Zion, Sedona and primarily northern New Mexico.
After completing her Fine Arts degree in Denver in 2002, Linda relocated to New Mexico in order to focus on the high desert landscapes.  She has described Santa Fe and northern New Mexico as a kind of visual island--of dramatic, intense blue skies; of colorful and even majestic land formations as well as architecture both historic and unique. She connects the viewer to the intrinsic beauty of the Southwest.

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Coe Center for the Arts
May
10
5:00 PM17:00

Coe Center for the Arts

2019 Hands-On Curatorial Program Exhibition

What is storytelling to you? Think about how many stories you’ve told in your life and how many you’ve heard; throughout the world many stories have been told in their own way, either by art, song, or words. Also, different cultures have their own stories that each hold significant value to them. A story can be told to a group of people and the way that each person receives it may be altered. This is the essence of storytelling. It keeps its original message, but changes with the person. That’s why in our exhibition we are focusing on the notion of storytelling and the many different ways that we can do so.

When we started to discuss our exhibition we realized, the pieces at Ralph T Coe Center have a story to tell. As we acknowledge the object’s own history, we want to take it a step further. To add our own narrative. We want to share our stories and create new ones, adding to the already diverse collection of stories that are present in our world. Recollective Echo, to us, means remembering moments in time, stories and continuing to tell them so that they may go on to be repeated and influential in one’s life.—Hands-On Curators

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Obscura Gallery
May
10
5:00 PM17:00

Obscura Gallery

Traversing East

Neil Folberg & Michael Berman: An exhibition of two contemporary photographers who both came from, participate in, and extend the tradition of Western landscape photography.

OBSCURA GALLERY. Opening Reception: Friday, May 10, 5-7pm

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ViVO Contemporary
May
10
5:00 PM17:00

ViVO Contemporary

People in Motion | Contemporary Figurative Painter Warren Keating combines video and paint to give you a new perspective on the world.

Artist Warren Keating uses the perspective of a camera combined with the subtlety of light and color of oil paint to create unique, moving portraits that tread the edge of abstraction. You'll find Keating on bridges and hotel balconies or flying his drone overhead to get the reference for his expressive figurative art. His unusual point of view and unique brush strokes form the basis for these contemporary figurative paintings which inspire the viewer to rediscover the beauty of the everyday moment.

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City of Mud
May
4
to May 5

City of Mud

MOM . PROM . BAN THE BOMB.

Seven mighty jewelry designers join forces for a two-day trunk show benefiting Nuclear Watch New Mexico. Exquisite silversmithing, beading, gems and pearls, mixed metals and more. Exclusive handmade personal ornamentation, good company and a great cause. 

May 4th and 5th. Saturday 11-6, Sunday 11-4.

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Chiaroscuro Contemporary Art
May
3
5:00 PM17:00

Chiaroscuro Contemporary Art

R. Patrick Harris | Alchemy

Chiaroscuro is pleased to announce its season opener, a solo exhibition by R. Patrick Harris, titled: Alchemy. On view May 3 – June 1, 2019, with public opening reception Friday, May 3, from 5-7 pm. Harris is an accomplished painter who strives to create images of concepts that prompt thinking again and again about the meaning of a particular circumstance or experience. He has been called a “serial artist” for his extensive use of repetitive forms and figures to illustrate complex subtleties between paintings and seemingly disparate subject matter.

In Alchemy, the complete series consists of abstracted images of clocks, roller coasters and mountains hung behind a distorted Greek flag pattern, which ties the series together and allows you to break down each individual image into abstracted parts. The images behind the Greek flag template can seem photographic or hyper realistic, bending into a surreal description of everyday subjects. His brush marks are practically undetectable, yet these large scale paintings set up interesting juxtapositions of color, form and gesture, while simultaneously asking questions of content, concept and idea. Harris is a painter who has the unwavering conviction to see his ideas through, even when the hours turn into months, and months turn into years of labor. Harris explains, “Art happens when your interior landscape melds with the outer world.”

Harris is a veteran Santa Fe based painter and educator, originally from Sioux Falls, South Dakota. He has exhibited widely in New Mexico, Colorado and Texas. In 2000, Harris received the prestigious Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant for his efforts. This is Harris’ first exhibition at Chiaroscuro.

chiaroscurosantafe.com

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Show Pony Gallery
Apr
27
6:00 PM18:00

Show Pony Gallery

Time Beings Performance | Vortexting the Muses Ritual for the Divine Theminine

Please Join us in an Interactive Performance. Beginning at 6pm
About the Ritual: For Vortexting the Muses
muse:
(noun)
-a person or personified force who is the source of inspiration
-an instance or period of reflection
(verb)
-gaze thoughtfully at
-be absorbed in thought
-talk to oneself thoughtfully

etymology: Middle English: from Old French muser ‘meditate, waste time’, perhaps from medieval Latin musum ‘muzzle’.

a ritual to vortext your/a muse(s)/
a ritual to vortext the divine theminine (the non-binary forces of at the source of all creation)
a ritual to vortext a newer/older/personal/panpersonal context for ritual

invitation to participate (you may edit, reorder, rewrite this ritual according to your own musings)
-breathe, notice yourself, notice the surroundings, take as much time as you want to look, look with your eyes at the surroundings, look with your attention insideyour sensations take some time in the outside courtyards and walkways to arrive and find a query or a feeling for reception of messages/communication/ answers/feelings/clues/informations/images etc…
-gather a rock from the courtyard to take to the gallery
-sit or stand or move in the gallery for as long as you like to muse about/with your muse and perhaps receive some communication from the divine theminine which lives inside you and everywhere always
-offer your rock to one of the bowls of water in the gallery
-gather a ribbon from the gallery and weave it into the courtyard lattice
-write/draw a postcard to yourself with a reminder of your communication, or a drawing from your state of consciousness or etc… and we will send it to you later
-write/draw on the large paper to share your vortexting communique to others at this ritual/ performance

showponygallery.com

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GVG Contemporary
Apr
26
5:00 PM17:00

GVG Contemporary

Surface Architecture: Paintings by Lori Swartz and Kevin Gilmore

Surface Architecture pairs the work of Lori Swartz and Kevin Gilmore, who are both working in paint to coax non-objective narratives from various flat surfaces with mark making and structural vocabularies, both physical and illusionary.

The overlap of visual vocabularies between Swartz and Gilmore is apparent in their respective use of similar geometries, swaths of open space (with suggestions of hidden marks and meanings), unexpected hues and compositional sensibilities. Their conceptual approaches, however, are very different. The interplay between the two artists’ work creates an exciting visual conversation about how visual intentions manifest on the two dimensional surface.

gvgcontemporary.com

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Form & Concept
Apr
26
5:00 PM17:00

Form & Concept

Superscript

“The working title for Superscript was ‘Exploded Book,’” says Jordan Eddy, director of form & concept and curator of the gallery’s spring book art exhibition. “I spent the winter hunting for book artworks that quite literally project into the world around them.” The group show unites insurgent members of New Mexico’s formidable community of book artists, along with several artists from across the nation. It is almost entirely composed of large-scale installation works that either incorporate books or are conceptually linked to them. 

 “We finally settled on Superscript, a typographical term that we’re repurposing as an antonym for ‘subtext,’” says Eddy. “These works make surprising statements about what book art can be.” There’s no shortage of more traditional books in the exhibition—collections of pages with bindings and covers—but even those are often subject to radical intervention. 

Artists: Michael Sumner, Melody Sumner Carnahan, Erin Mickelson, C. Marquez, Julia Haywood, Sabrina & Damon Griffith, Alicia Bailey, Hannah Bennett, Edie Tsong, Penney Bidwell, Adrian Oteiza, Ran Huntsberry

formandconcept.center

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Turner Carroll Gallery
Apr
20
5:00 PM17:00

Turner Carroll Gallery

Natalie Christensen: Last Night I Dreamt I Knew How to Swim

Last night I dreamt I knew how to swim is an exhibition of new work by Natalie Christensen. The title is from Patti Smith’s 2017 book Devotion, an apt construction as the main story and the title of the book are epynomous, not unlike Christensen’s printed geometry holding the subject image of her photographs inside a constructed shape.

In Christensen’s own words “I am repeatedly drawn to the swimming pool as a subject of my photography because for me they are a metaphor for the unconscious. In American culture, pools serve on one level as a recognizable symbol evoking the luxury of leisure. The opportunity to drift aimlessly in the backyard pool has always been an irresistible fantasy. However, a darker interpretation of the subject can evoke repressed desires, unexplained tension and looming disaster. These photographs of a manufactured oasis suggest a binary connection between the world above and the world below, linking submersion in water with the workings of the subconscious.”

turner carroll.com

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Keep Contemporary
Apr
19
5:00 PM17:00

Keep Contemporary

Beyond the Veil: Opening

3RD ANNUAL ABSTRACT INVITATIONAL

keepcontemporary.com

Keep Contemporary is excited to present, “Beyond the Veil”.  Their 3rd Annual Abstract Art Invitational Group Show.  The gallery will feature over twenty-five artists including Keep’s represented artists as well as exciting new talent.  Exhibiting artists are from all over the country and work in a variety of media in this dynamic exhibition that showcases a wide range of voices and visions.

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Shelby House
Apr
19
5:00 PM17:00

Shelby House

Vessels: What We Hold, What Holds Us

Exhibition Opening

by: Candace Compton Pappas

Compton Pappas considers herself primarily a painter, although she also creates mixed-media sculpture and assemblage. This April’s show, entitled Vessels: What We Hold, What Holds Us, presents a selection of paintings alongside large and small cement vessels. Compton Pappas invites the community into a conversation with her throughout her two-week pop-up show in Shelby House’s gallery space and front yard.
Please visit Compton Pappas’ Web site to learn more about her process, materials and artistic mission, as well as further information about individual works.

shelbyhousesf.com

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ViVO Contemporary
Apr
5
to Apr 6

ViVO Contemporary

Giving Voice To Image Poetry Reading Night
a special ViVO After Hours event featuring live readings

April 5, 5:30pm

WHAT: Giving Voice To Image 7 poetry readings
WHERE: ViVO Contemporary, 725 Canyon Road, Santa Fe, NM 87501
WHO: ViVO Contemporary Artists and local poets
CONTACT: Warren Keating at 505-982-1320 or gallery@vivocontemporary.com

For the seventh time ViVO Contemporary artists are collaborating with an award winning group of New Mexico poets giving poetic voice to artistic image in the new show, Giving Voice To Image 7. This creative alliance draws its inspiration from the ancient Roman poet Horace’s adage, “A picture is a poem without words.” All too often, artistic disciplines remain separate. Giving Voice To Image 7 is a unique and exciting celebration of the beauty of words and images which explores the ways in which each can intensify the power of the other.
Come to GVTI Poetry Reading Night at ViVO and experience the poems created during this collaboration read by the poets.

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Nüart Gallery
Apr
5
to Apr 6

Nüart Gallery

Randall Reid: Past and Present

April 5 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Nüart Gallery presents, Past and Present, a solo exhibition of new mixed media work by the artist Randall Reid. The exhibition will run April 5 through April 21, with an opening reception on Friday, April 5 from 5- 7 pm. Please join us for hors d’oeuvres and live music.

Known for his potent re-mixing and re-contextualizing of found and historic materials, Randall Reid engineers salvaged steel and wood into sensuous formal color compositions. Reid’s steel-framed objet trouvé are reclaimed from other eras and through the artist’s care and craftsmanship are granted the gravity and dignity of artifacts. Highly charged, tactile windows into the recent industrial past, some of Reid’s materials date back to the 1800s, some to the 1970s, and every era in-between. All have a palpable sense of history. There is a balance and harmony to Reid’s work that make the compositions at once contemporary and timeless– formal yet in possession of an effortless-seeming organic unity.

Randall Reid’s latest body of work, Past and Present, is forged of materials and impressions of eras past. With his refined understanding of form and content, and working with the skill of both an artist and craftsman, Reid redirects fragments of collected historical material such as signage, wood, and steel. Working with remnants of functional ephemera including cold war era panels, Victorian instruments, printmaking tools, and bits of structures that could be barns or boathouses— for example— Reid creates vignettes freed from their original context, but full of reminiscence. His pieces surface dormant memories and bring fresh life with new meaning to conceptions of the past.

 Reid was born in Fort Worth, Texas in 1956. He has participated in over 300 exhibitions and is represented in numerous private and public collections including: The American Embassy, Kuwait, The Arkansas Art Center, The Austin Museum of Art, The Hoyt Institute of Fine Arts, The Masur Museum and The Muscarelle Museum of Fine Arts (College of William and Mary). He currently resides in San Marcos, Texas where he has been a Professor of Art and Design at Texas State University San Marcos for over three decades.

https://www.nuartgallery.com/exhibitions/

 Nüart Gallery 

670 Canyon Road 
Santa Fe, 87501 + Google Map

505-988-3888

 https://www.nuartgallery.com/

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Manitou Galleries
Apr
5
to Apr 6

Manitou Galleries

Mission Statement


Friday, April 5, 5:00 - 7:30 PM

Religious Structures of New Mexico 
Group Exhibition

The missions of New Mexico have remained landmarks in the Southwest for hundreds of years. Featured artists include: William Haskell, Curtis Wade, Tom Perkinson, Martha Goetz, Michael Baum, Don Brackett, PJ Garoutte, Alvin Gill-Tapia, and Fran Larsen. 

123 West Palace Avenue
5:00 - 7:30 PM

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Charlotte Jackson Fine Art
Apr
5
to Apr 6

Charlotte Jackson Fine Art

Jeremy Thomas: Structural Consciousness

Opening Reception

Friday, April 5, 5-7pm

Show: Apr 5 - May 5, 2019

554 S. Guadalupe St.   Santa Fe, NM   87501  T. 505-989-8688  F. 989-9898

Jeremy Thomas is always asking questions. He follows threads of inquiry carefully, persistently; using his art as the net he casts out into the dark as he goes. This continuing exploration colors (quite literally) the shape and form of the work he creates. In this way, each series of work form Thomas forms a kind of record - not of answers - but of a process of investigation, an experience of the world, see through a unique lens.

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Meow Wolf
Apr
3
to Apr 4

Meow Wolf

Slow Shutter Speed Camera Hacks

PHOTOGRAPHY FOR KIDS

Wednesday, Apr 3rd
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Price: $20

Camera Class Photography For Kids

Learn how to create photography magic by simply slowing down the shutter speed of a DSLR camera! Come join Brook Hewitt in the David Loughridge Learning Center at Meow Wolf Santa Fe and create and print some cool images!

Enter through the Learning Center entrance from the parking lot. Doors open at 5:30pm.

http://www.cameraclassforkids.com

Learning Center at Meow Wolf 

1352 Rufina Circle 
Santa Fe,NM87507

Ages: All Ages

Curriculum Geared towards Ages 10+

Phone: 505-395-6369

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Meow Wolf
Apr
1
to Apr 2

Meow Wolf

ART AS SELF-CARE

Monday, Apr 1st
5:30 pm - 7:30 pm

Price: $15

Meow Wolf invites you to an art therapy inspired workshop cultivating emotional intelligence at the David Loughridge Learning Center.

Art therapist Chelsea Call will facilitate this group process. The group will focus on community building, self-care and enhancing emotional intelligence through the creative processes inspired by art therapy.

If you have questions about this program, please contact programs@meowwolf.com.

Learning Center at Meow Wolf 

1352 Rufina Circle 
Santa Fe,NM87507

Ages: 18+

Phone: 505-395-6369

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City of Mud
Mar
30
to Apr 13

City of Mud

Shaping Space using Flax Fiber with Jacqueline Mallegni

March 30 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

During this day long class learn how to create an organic sculptural form inspired by nature with flax (Linum usitatissimum) roving. This is an easy and fun technique with endless possibilities. The dried sculpture can be easily embellished with materials of your choice such as ink, paint or stitching.

Saturday, 3/30/19

10 am to 5 pm (with 1 hour lunch break)

$150 tuition includes materials

Students: 10 max/ 6 min

Instructor: Jacqueline Mallegni

Registration deadline is March 18, 2019. We reserve the right to cancel the workshop by this date due to lack of enrollment. Should this occur you will receive a 100% refund.

Fee - $150 

http://www.cityofmud.com

City of Mud

1114A Hickox 
Santa Fe, NM, 87505 + Google Map

505-954-1705 

www.cityofmud.com

Organized by:

Jacqueline Mallegni

505-692-3474 

mallegni.com

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form & concept
Mar
29
to Mar 30

form & concept

Opening: Ryan Singer | Childhood Mythologies

March 29 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Albuquerque artist Ryan Singer unveils a solo exhibition of acrylic paintings of Navajo Nation landscapes populated by cultural icons. The artist’s vivid imagery showcases original narratives inspired by dreams and childhood memories while interweaving subtle socio-political commentary.

“My older sister was really into sci-fi. If she wanted to see a movie, she had to drag me along,” says Albuquerque painter Ryan Singer. “I remember watching Star Wars, Godzilla, and old black-and-white movies like Frankenstein or The Mummy.” Pretty soon, the iconic beasts had traveled from the silver screen into the artist’s psyche—plaguing Singer with vivid nightmares of monsters standing outside his bedroom window or chasing him through his neighborhood. Years later, the artist still has intense dreams, but they’re a welcomed occurrence. “It keeps my mind focused,” Singer explains. “It feels like there’s a spirit or muse guiding me and influencing me.” In his solo exhibition Childhood Mythologies, opening Friday, March 29 from 5 to 7 pm, Singer presents vibrant acrylic paintings imbued with his own youthful legends: Navajo landscapes populated by characters from comic books and popular culture.

http://www.formandconcept.center/event/ryan-singer-opening/

form & concept

435 S Guadalupe St 
Santa Fe, New Mexico + Google Map

505-982-8111 

formandconcept.center

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Blue Rain Gallery
Mar
29
to Mar 30

Blue Rain Gallery

A Painting Dynasty from the Land of Enchantment

March 29 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Blue Rain Gallery presents unseen works from four generations of Pueblo women artists: Pablita Velarde, Helen Hardin, Margarete Bagshaw, and Helen K. Tindel.

https://blueraingallery.com/events

Blue Rain Gallery

544 South Guadalupe Street 
Santa Fe, 87501 + Google Map

505-954-9902 

blueraingallery.com

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Thomas-Carole Bowker Fine Art Studio
Mar
29
to Mar 30

Thomas-Carole Bowker Fine Art Studio

  • 815 Early Street, Suite D​ Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505 (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Found Object Sculpture : Past and Present Works by Thomas Bowker

Featuring Thomas Bowker’s uniquely crafted assemblage 

in a variety of media and ingenious use of dissimilar materials. 


Friday, March 29: 1:00-7:00pm

Show opens with a reception and continues through April 30.

815 Early Street, Suite D
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505

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Show Pony Gallery
Mar
23
to Mar 24

Show Pony Gallery

Timothy Jason Reed : Vortexting the Muses and Grand Opening

March 23 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

join us for the grand opening
vortexting the muses
current work by
Timothy Jason Reed

we are vortexting the muses /
we are beginning from the middle /
again from i don’t know we message the muses –
humbly and simply asking to be inspired and to inspire –
join us // march 23 // and always
(a (listening)
a small collection of whisper /
a waiting dark wading /
FEHU! ANSUZ!!
FEHU! ANSUZ!!
FEHU! ANSUZ!! )
timothy jason reed
brought to you by Show Pony Gallery (formally Curate Santa Fe)

http://www.showponygallery.com

Show Pony Gallery

501 Franklin Ave Unit 4 
Santa Fe, 8501 + Google Map

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