Monthly Archives: September 2015

Featured Artists October at Amapola Gallery

Amapola Gallery Presents Featured Artists October The theme of “Glimmer and Glow” refers to the month’s gemstone, opal. Opal promotes imagination and inspiration. Be inspired by October featured artists K.D. Fullerton, clay wall sculpture; Kristin Parrott, mixed-media painting and stone sculpture; Jack Boglioli, wire-wrapped jewelry and Tricia Simmons, encaustic. K.D. incorporates found metal objects into wildly… Read more »

Art and Balloons at Albuquerque’s Amapola Gallery

Lynda Burch has been a valuable member of Amapola Gallery since 2005. Her mixed media wall pieces encompass collage, acrylic, watercolor and a healthy dose of imagination. Her stamp and map collages are especially distinctive and unusual. Prints of both her pictograph series of collages and of her stamp/map collages have been carried by the… Read more »

Co-op Art Gallery Founded by Art Trio

Amapola Co-Op Art Gallery, Founded 35 Years Ago Amapola was founded by a trio of talented artists 35 years ago. Jan Hayes was first director, Doris Parry first bookkeeper (not a small job!) and Betty Reuscher rounded out the trio. Ms. Reusecher moved back to Texas many years ago. Doris Parry remained in the gallery… Read more »

Art Gallery Anniversary Celebration Finale

Join us Sunday September 13th for our art gallery’s 35th anniversary celebration finale. You can be a part of history on this sweet occasion: we commemorate our 35th year in Old Town, our downstairs neighbor Yay Yogurt is enjoys its first year in business, and our building, historic Romero House, is 100 years old. In… Read more »

September Featured Artists

September celebrates “Season Shift” and sapphire. Sapphire represents lightness, joy and peace of mind, very appropriate as we ease out of our dry, scorching summer. Our featured artists are Becky Olesen, acrylic paintings; Art Rosenberg, assemblages;  Joyce of Joyance, beaded jewelry and Diana Swanson, glass. Becky’s paintings depict the essence and energy of the New… Read more »