Posts Tagged: featured artists

Featured Artists May Mean Flowers and Skies

Amapola Gallery Opens Featured Artists May Exhibit Sometimes even two artists can be nearly too much! Amapola Gallery’s featured artists for May will take you there. Debra Montoya and Kay Richards share a love of color that will knock your socks off — eye candy of the jazziest kind. Debra’s family has lived in New… Read more »

Featured Artists April at Amapola Gallery

Amapola ‘s featured artists for April are Patrick O’Brien (photography & gallery photographer and lighting assistant) and yours truly, Kristin Parrott (mixed media painting and stone carving, plus blogger in chief and head trainer.) Pat is a master of Photoshop -enhanced ultra – realistic landscapes and wildlife vignettes. A retired wildlife biologist, Pat brings a… Read more »

March Featured Artists Celebrate Glass and Color

Our Featured Artist display at Amapola Gallery gives pairs of artists the opportunity to expand their displays and more forcefully strut their stuff, to catch your eye and stir your interest. Artists featured are changed out each month. Our March featured artists are Anita Daniels (glass) and Katherine Gauntt (watercolor.) Anita Daniels, one of our… Read more »

New Featured Artist System at Co-op Gallery

New Featured Artist System Will Focus on Duos Amapola began our “Featured Artist” system years ago as a mechanism on which to hang our publicity hat. Several artists would have selections of their work showcased in an area of the gallery’s front room and host a reception on a Sunday afternoon. Tasteful and low key…. Read more »

Golden Gathering is theme for Featured Artists November

Featured Artists November share Golden Gathering theme Our Golden Gatherings theme is suggested by golden citrine, this month’s gemstone. Citrine dissipates negative energy and tends to balance energies. We all need a little balance heading into the holidays! Featured Artists November are Kay Richards, mixed-media paintings; Pat Oliver, pastels; Mark McAllaster, turned wooden bowls; and Sara… Read more »

Straight Lines, Artists and Supporters of Art

Local Albuquerque Artists Make Amapola’s Art Fun We artists who man (and woman) Amapola while the gallery is open frequently hear, “I wish I could do that, but I can’t draw a straight line.”   This raises two issues, one of which I’ll tackle. First, you don’t have to draw a straight line to make… Read more »

Featured Artists October at Amapola Gallery

Amapola Gallery Presents Featured Artists October The theme of “Glimmer and Glow” refers to the month’s gemstone, opal. Opal promotes imagination and inspiration. Be inspired by October featured artists K.D. Fullerton, clay wall sculpture; Kristin Parrott, mixed-media painting and stone sculpture; Jack Boglioli, wire-wrapped jewelry and Tricia Simmons, encaustic. K.D. incorporates found metal objects into wildly… Read more »

Art Gallery Anniversary Celebration Finale

Join us Sunday September 13th for our art gallery’s 35th anniversary celebration finale. You can be a part of history on this sweet occasion: we commemorate our 35th year in Old Town, our downstairs neighbor Yay Yogurt is enjoys its first year in business, and our building, historic Romero House, is 100 years old. In… Read more »

September Featured Artists

September celebrates “Season Shift” and sapphire. Sapphire represents lightness, joy and peace of mind, very appropriate as we ease out of our dry, scorching summer. Our featured artists are Becky Olesen, acrylic paintings; Art Rosenberg, assemblages;  Joyce of Joyance, beaded jewelry and Diana Swanson, glass. Becky’s paintings depict the essence and energy of the New… Read more »

Featured Artists Show for August is “Dog Days of Summer”

About our Featured Artists Show for August Four featured artists team up to showcase our theme, “Dog Days of Summer:” Amy Sproul, handmade paper collage and boxed books; Cristina Diaz-Arntzen, punch quilts, watercolorist Barbara B.J. Briscoe and clay artist Julie Murray. Our gem of the month is peridot, a stone emitting a warm, friendly energy…. Read more »