“Earth and Sky,” Amapola Gallery’s October Featured Artists exhibit, is an exciting blend of natural-object assemblages, and paper cuts and photographs.
Art Rosenberg’s constructions incorporate stone, bamboo, wood, sea urchin quills and other natural objects, all secured to slabs of slate. They are meditative, minimalist and explosively quiet, and reflect Art’s interest in, and admiration for, Asian art.
Elzbieta Kaleta initially gained an enthusiastic following with her traditional Polish paper cuts, cleverly incorporating Southwest themes. She is also a photographer, whose light– and color–filled images reflect her love for birds,cats, horses, and the human landscape.
As always, you will meet the artists at their reception, 4 to 7 Friday, October 5, but they are featured through October and their work may be seen daily from 10 to 5 all year.
Amapola artists’ co-op Gallery, all New Mexican all the time, at 205 Romero N.W. (505) 242-4311 or amapolagallery.com.