Posts Tagged: featured artists

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 »

Paints and Patinas – November’s Featured Artists at Amapola

“Paints and Patinas” highlight Amapola artists’ co-op Gallery’s November Featured Artists display. Vera Russell supplies the paints and Jeannette Easley, the patinas. Vera Russell, an artist since her childhood, has lived and painted throughout much of the world, using pastels, acrylics, watercolors, and her favorite, oils. She even operated a well-regarded ceramics business for several… Read more »

“Earth and Sky,” Amapola Gallery’s October Featured Artists

“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… 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 »

November Featured Artists Theme Metamorphosis

Diaz-Arntzen and Kaleta November Featured Artists We at Amapola artists’ co-op Gallery are an accomplished group of oddballs, none more so than our Featured Artists for November, Cristina Diaz-Arntzen and Elzbieta Kaleta. Each comes to us from elsewhere: Cristina from Monterrey in Nuevo Leon, Mexico, and Elzbieta from Cracow, Poland. Each is an American citizen,… Read more »

Featured Artists October Play With Time and Texture

Amapola Gallery’s Featured Artists for October are Phil Green and Annette Galvano, with the theme “Time and Texture.” Time is what Phil had on his hands when he retired some fifteen years ago. He combined the two –time and hands! — and began creating Raku clocks. Raku’s unpredictable and brilliant colors combine with Phil’s clever… Read more »

Featured Artists September 2016 at Amapola Gallery

Turn of the Lathe, Stroke of the Brush Amapola Gallery’s Featured Artists for September are Mark McAllaster and Vera Russell. Their exhibit is themed  “Turn of the Lathe, Stroke of the Brush.” Mark McAllaster is a wood turner extraordinaire who uses a variety of woods local and exotic to create his stunning bowls and candle… Read more »

August Featured Artists Tap Color and Light

Watercolorist Carol Sparks and glass maven Diana Swanson team up for Amapola Gallery’s Featured Artist exhibit “Expressions with Living Color and Light.” Sparks, an Albuquerque native, captures our stunning New Mexico light through her use of color, sharing her sense of awe at the landscapes and cultural traditions that surround us. Swanson is a relative… Read more »

July Featured Artists Capture Earth and Sky

The July Featured Artists Show, “Down to Earth, Flying High” at Amapola Gallery opens July 1 and runs through the month. The First Friday Featured Artists reception at Amapola Gallery gives you the opportunity to meet and mingle with two or three of our all-local all-the-time artist -members. The reception is held in conjunction with… Read more »

Ancient Cultures a highlight for Featured Artists June ’16 at Amapola

Ceramic wall artist K.D. Fullerton and bead artist Mary Ellen Merrigan share a love of the art of ancient cultures. They offer distinctive interpretations in their outstandingly original pieces as Amapola Gallery’s Featured Artists for June. K.D.’s ponies, people, masks and fantastical figures, in black, white and earth tones, show a strong Native American influence…. Read more »