Amapola Featured Artists for September are Annette Galvano, with felted wool hats, handbags, scarves and more… …and Cynthia Mulvaney, with quirky and nostalgic paintings and assemblages. Reception is from 4 to 7p.m. on Friday, September 6, at Amapola co-op Gallery, 205 Romero N.W., in Old Town. (505) 242-4311 or amapolagallery.com.
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Cultures across the globe bring inspiration, especially to Amapola Gallery’s much-traveled Katherine Gauntt and Michele McMillan, Amapola’s Featured Artists for May. Katherine’s latest trips took her to Paris and Japan. The graceful shapes of Parisian bridges and the many-layered pagodas of Japan, as well as the splendid gardens of both locales, are reflected in these… Read more »
The holiday dust has hardly settled and here comes Valentine’s Day! Tired of the same old candy, card and flowers? Experience Amapola artists’ co-op Gallery. Our wide range of art and craft are sure to include items meaningful and attractive to you and your loved ones. You can even get a unique and photo-worthy view… Read more »
Amapola Gallery presents “Glass/PaperScissors,” an intriguing exhibit of glasswork by Carol Lutz and cut paper by Sara Carley. Carol Lutz, by day a mild-mannered art teacher, dons her Super cape in her morsels of spare time to cut/fuse/slump brightly-colored glass. She creates striking crosses, dishes, lazy susans and what she calls “stripes of glass” or… Read more »
November 24 is more than just the day after the day after Thanksgiving. It’s Small Business Saturday, a day to shop local in support of the city’s little guys. And I’ve got the small business where you’ll experience shopping at a whole new level. Amapola Gallery is a 40-member art and crafts co-operative, your own… Read more »
My mom used to liken the experience of walking the balloon launch field during Albuquerque’s annual Balloon Fiesta to wandering among brightly colored elephants. Watching a launch is an unforgettable experience. But we all know what goes up must come down. And even if balloons floated forever, your neck would never hold out. In the… Read more »
We all know balloons must be inflated. Not so our prices! One big benefit of shopping at Amapola co-op Gallery for souvenirs, gifts, decor, inspiration and adornment–our prices are NOT inflated. When the balloons have landed and the day stretches ahead, come meet the artists–all New Mexican all the time–, marvel at the variety of… Read more »
Amapola Gallery is the runner up for the Albuquerque Journal’s Reader’s Choice Award for Art Gallery. We want to thank everyone for voting! We realize that there are many art galleries in the city and we are thrilled to be so highly rated. We couldn’t have done it without all of YOU!
No, not prison whiskey, it’s the theme of Amapola Gallery’s September Featured Artist exhibit, with the colorful Raku clocks of Phil Green and the dramatic acrylic “pours” of Sally Rugala. Phil Green crafts Raku timepieces for desk or wall, in different sizes and myriad shapes including sunflowers, balloons and bird houses. Of special interest is… Read more »
Souvenir hunting? You can’t do better than Amapola Gallery, located smack-dab on the Plaza in Old Town, Albuquerque. Why? Because we’re an artist’s co-op! And that means: 1) we are all local all the time 2) no middleman (or woman) stands between you and us, so we can keep our prices affordable 3) with 40… Read more »