Posts Categorized: Exhibits

Lynda Burch and Gwen Peterson are Featured Artists in July

Lynda Burch and Gwen Peterson July Featured Artists

“Two Visions:  Abstracts and Landscapes” is the theme for Lynda Burch and Gwen Peterson’s Featured Artist display for July at Amapola artists’ co-op Gallery. It’s a great title for the works of these two award-winning artists. Lynda Burch, widely admired for her unique postage stamp collages, brings a new collection of acrylic abstracts titled “Freedom.”… Read more »

Knots on the Cutting Edge.

“Knots on the Cutting Edge. ” That’s the theme for Amapola artists co-op Gallery ‘s March Featured Artist exhibition. I say we could call it “Runs with Scissors. ” Quilter and macrame knotter Marge Farmer Page, and paper cutter Sara Carley, employ knots and scissors in their artwork and cut quite a swath doing it…. Read more »

Featured Artists September 2016 at Amapola Gallery

Turn of the Lathe, Stroke of the Brush Amapola Gallery’s Featured Artists for September are Mark McAllaster and Vera Russell. Their exhibit is themed  “Turn of the Lathe, Stroke of the Brush.” Mark McAllaster is a wood turner extraordinaire who uses a variety of woods local and exotic to create his stunning bowls and candle… Read more »

July Featured Artists Capture Earth and Sky

The July Featured Artists Show, “Down to Earth, Flying High” at Amapola Gallery opens July 1 and runs through the month. The First Friday Featured Artists reception at Amapola Gallery gives you the opportunity to meet and mingle with two or three of our all-local all-the-time artist -members. The reception is held in conjunction with… Read more »

Ancient Cultures a highlight for Featured Artists June ’16 at Amapola

Ceramic wall artist K.D. Fullerton and bead artist Mary Ellen Merrigan share a love of the art of ancient cultures. They offer distinctive interpretations in their outstandingly original pieces as Amapola Gallery’s Featured Artists for June. K.D.’s ponies, people, masks and fantastical figures, in black, white and earth tones, show a strong Native American influence…. Read more »

Featured Artists May Mean Flowers and Skies

Amapola Gallery Opens Featured Artists May Exhibit Sometimes even two artists can be nearly too much! Amapola Gallery’s featured artists for May will take you there. Debra Montoya and Kay Richards share a love of color that will knock your socks off — eye candy of the jazziest kind. Debra’s family has lived in New… Read more »

Featured Artists April at Amapola Gallery

Amapola ‘s featured artists for April are Patrick O’Brien (photography & gallery photographer and lighting assistant) and yours truly, Kristin Parrott (mixed media painting and stone carving, plus blogger in chief and head trainer.) Pat is a master of Photoshop -enhanced ultra – realistic landscapes and wildlife vignettes. A retired wildlife biologist, Pat brings a… Read more »

Kachina Deck Playing Cards Available at Amapola Gallery

Kachina Deck Playing Cards Draw Attention Margaret Parrott, a gifted painter and internationally – known playing card designer, was an original member of Amapola Gallery, from 1980 until her death in 2011.   The first card deck Margaret designed is this kachina deck. Spurred on by her love of masks across cultures, she studied museum… Read more »

March Featured Artists Celebrate Glass and Color

Our Featured Artist display at Amapola Gallery gives pairs of artists the opportunity to expand their displays and more forcefully strut their stuff, to catch your eye and stir your interest. Artists featured are changed out each month. Our March featured artists are Anita Daniels (glass) and Katherine Gauntt (watercolor.) Anita Daniels, one of our… Read more »

December Featured Artists

The halls are decked and the decor is hung. And just in time, too! Come celebrate our December featured artists as Amapola Gallery honors all its members with a December showing. About December …Celebrate Amapola with our all-member show. Think of us as a rainbow of gemstones. We are your holiday gift headquarters. A fun fact… Read more »