Posts Categorized: Exhibits

Featured Artists for May Offer Green Glimpses

May’s featured artist theme is “Green Glimpses” as suggested by the emerald, a stone to bring harmony in all areas of one’s life. Read more about The Patrician Emerald, one of the great emeralds in the world. May’s featured artists include: David Linden, oil painter Carol Sparks, watercolorist Mary Ellen Merrigan, bead jewelry artist Leroy Velasquez, pencil drawings David… Read more »

Featured Artists Offer a Show Theme Monthly

How does a co-op of art choices make use of featured artists? When asked, “What’s happening at Amapola Gallery this month?” it is advisable for promotional purposes to be able to say more than, “just our usual fabulousness.” Which, while true, is a trifle vague. A cooperative art gallery, we have developed the featured artist… Read more »

About April and Featured Artists at Amapola

April’s featured artist theme is “Crystal Clouds,” inferred from April’s birth stone, the diamond. Diamond, the king of crystals, can help to manifest abundance in all areas of one’s life. Our April artists are Gloria Casale with stained, fused and slumped glass; Philip Green with ceramic raku clocks; oil painter Denise Ballou and Debra Montoya,… Read more »

March Featured Artists – Desert Dust Devils

“My passion for photography evolved from my specific interest in nature and exploration of the many cultures of the southwest.” MIKKI ROTH Photography is a real art form because it offers a permanent record of beauty. Seeing the world makes New Mexico the best place to live, including dust devils. “My work is sterling silver… Read more »

February Featured Artists – “Mountain Purples”

Elzbieta Kaleta “My art is all about colors, shapes, patterns and textures explored in the medium of paper cutout (popular and famous in my native country Poland). Same interests and tendencies apply to other media I enjoy to work with, such as collage, mixed media and photography. My designs, often whimsical and fanciful, reflect admiration… Read more »