Posts Tagged: amapola

May Featured Artists

The original title of Amapola Gallery’s Featured Artist exhibition for May was “A Blast of Color. ” That’s wonderfully descriptive of Ann Tidrow Connely’s acrylic landscapes. These glorious southwestern vignettes are all about light – – mountains, foothills, our triumphant desert plants and over all our color – blasting sunset skies. Stunning’s the word. May’s… Read more »

Amapola Welcomes Two New Artists

Amapola artists’ co-op Gallery, with a new year, new carpeting, new desk and new members, creates a refreshing experience for first- time and repeat visitors alike. Featured artists through February are jeweler Brenda Bowman, whose creations embody everyday elegance, and Pat Oliver, with powerful pastels of peaceful southwestern panoramas. Good stuff for you – –… Read more »

All New Carpet in Amapola Gallery

Wanta get a boost for spring? Come see our refreshed artists co-op, Amapola Gallery. We have new carpet. Sound simple? Think again. January 8 we cleared the whole spacious area, all art work, new desk, old desk, jewelry towers, display furniture – – the whole blessed thing. Your reward, and ours, with our antique floor… Read more »

Co-op Art Gallery Founded by Art Trio

Amapola Co-Op Art Gallery, Founded 35 Years Ago Amapola was founded by a trio of talented artists 35 years ago. Jan Hayes was first director, Doris Parry first bookkeeper (not a small job!) and Betty Reuscher rounded out the trio. Ms. Reusecher moved back to Texas many years ago. Doris Parry remained in the gallery… Read more »

Super $35 Sale at Amapola Gallery Saturday

Super $35 Sale at Amapola Gallery on Saturday Join us Saturday August 29 from 10am – 5pm  for the second of our three events celebrating our 35 years in business. We will have prize giveaways ($20 minimum purchase required) and a special sale on select items throughout the gallery. That’s right, we’re rolling back prices… 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 »