Posts Tagged: Amapola Gallery

December – All Members Featured at Amapola

Trade that holiday rush For the modified hush (You won’t be ALONE But we have a calm tone) At the place Heaven sent To find a present To give to a loved one Or keep for your own. Okay, it’s doggerel, but it’s true too. At Amapola artists’ co-op Gallery we have an exciting and… Read more »

“Of Earth And Sky” – July Featured Artists

“Of Earth and Sky”– an expansive title for the expansive range of work presented by Ann Tidrow Connely and Barbara Lewis, Amapola Gallery’s Featured Artists for July. Ann Connely brings earth to life with her ceramics, little “friendship ” bowls with tiny human figures, and charmingly detailed, flowering cactuses which can be used as vases… Read more »

“Thrown and Sewn” Pottery, Quilts and Macrame – May Featured Artists

“Thrown and Sewn: Pottery/Quilts/Macrame” is the title of Amapola Gallery’s May Featured Artist celebration. Ceramist Iris McDowell and fabric artist Marge Farmer-Page provide an exciting, contrasting display. “Throw” — to form ceramic objects on a potter’s wheel is an odd word to describe the way Iris McDowell creates her lyrically finished bowls, mugs and pie… Read more »

Welcoming Guest Member Matthew Snyder To The Gallery

Matthew Snyder, a California native now living in Socorro, earned a BFA from prestigious California College of the Arts. His clean, minimalist metal sculpture is now available at Amapola artists’ co-op Gallery, where he is our newest guest member. Matt tells us that his newer works will offer a “more realistic interpretation ” of botanical… Read more »

Why Visit Old Town Albuquerque?

Been to Old Town lately, Albuquerque? Bet you haven’t. I’ve heard the arguments. To me they seem almost self fulfilling. “There’s never any parking. ” Really? It’s free at the park- -a short walk. Free around the Plaza and on Romero and San Felipe Streets, up to two hours. There are no fewer than six!… Read more »

“Stitched Witchery and Mud Magic”

“Stitched Witchery and Mud Magic. ” This is the beguiling theme of Amapola artists’ co-op Gallery’s January Featured Artist exhibit, with works by fiber artist Annette Galvano and ceramic sculptor K.D. Fullerton. Together, these two conjure up an enchanting display. Annette Galvano casts a spell with felted wool handbags, hats, scarves and wall and table… Read more »

September Featured Artists

Amapola artists’ co-op Gallery is pleased to present photographer Patrick O’Brien and glass maven Diana Swanson as our September Featured Artists.   Pat O’Brien calls himself, “Just another photographer. ” Don’t you believe it. His images of buffalo, eagles and other southwestern creatures are so full of life they almost radiate body heat. Views of… Read more »

Holiday Gift Shopping at Amapola Gallery

  Consider doing your Holiday gift shopping at Amapola Gallery.   Perhaps you’re feeling holiday burnout, stressed from looking for gifts that are special enough for the dear ones on your list. Why must Christmas be so commercial? Perhaps it will be helpful to look at gift-buying from the perspective of the Amapola artists who create… Read more »

Amapola Artists’ Co-op Gallery December Featured Artists

  Each month at Amapola Artists’ Co-op Gallery we generally showcase two of our member artists. They have an expanded display area and provide exciting new work to share with you, our Without – Which – No – Gallery public.   Every December brings an expanded showcase – not just two Featured Artists, but our… Read more »