A Word About Our Co-op Art Gallery…

Kay Richards (mixed media), Elzbieta Kaleta (paper cutouts, photography), Art Rosenberg (natural object assemblage), and Sandra Moench (functional pottery)

©2015, Kay Richards (mixed media), Elzbieta Kaleta (paper cutouts, photography), Art Rosenberg (natural object assemblage), and Sandra Moench (functional pottery) in Room A

Amapola Gallery is a cooperative. This means we all split the rent, pay a small percentage of our sales (as opposed to the 50-60% commission from a regular gallery) and take turns manning – and womanning – the store.

But the whole purpose of the exercise, and with our stairs I use that term advisedly, is to to please you. (NOTE: See About Those Stairs.)

Without you we would gradually wither away. We need your enthusiasm and appreciation, and we need your disposable income!

In return we provide: a one-of-a-kind souvenir of your trip to Albuquerque or New Mexico; the perfect piece of art for your home of office; an assortment of gifts for any occasion, large or small, from a handmade note-card to a designer pendant for your sweetie; or a divine indulgence for you alone, just because.*

*(You know you deserve it!)

Pictures of display in room a with these artists: Debra Montoya (mosaic art), Katherine Gauntt (watercolor, oils) and Anita Daniels (glassworks)

©2015, Debra Montoya (mosaic art), Katherine Gauntt (watercolor, oils) and Anita Daniels (glassworks) on display in Room A

We provide you with items you can find nowhere else and which will be loved for a lifetime, and you give us hardworking local folks with a variety of songs the means to keep singing. What an opportunity!

Come on up and visit! We’re here 10am to 5pm each day of the year except Christmas, New Year’s, Easter and Thanksgiving.

As you might imagine, we can’t begin to show the work of each artist. These pictures don’t even get through the exhibits in one complete room. Our displays include the entire second floor at historic Romero House. We rotate displays regularly, so if you’ve been to the gallery before, you’ll likely be surprised with new artists and fresh products from old favorites.

Will you visit Amapola Gallery today?

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