Posts Tagged: gallery

“Color Bold” – June Featured Artists at Amapola

A bold use of color is shared by the work of artists Amy Jane Johnson and Kelly McIntyre, June’s Featured Artists at Amapola artists’ co-op Gallery. Amy Jane’s rainbow colors adorn not only wearables but also delicate and joyous ceramic cups, plates and bowls. Her clothing ranges from cotton socks and onesies through silk scarves… Read more »

New Guest Member – Pamela Troutman

Amapola Gallery newcomer Pamela Troutman, an emigre from Fairfax, Virginia, brings her take on bead weaving and bead embroidery to our already fabulous space. Pam also works with polymer clays, and includes this in some of her finished jewelry pieces. Pam was a “really creative kid,” at one time charging neighbor kids a quarter to… Read more »

Visit Amapola Gallery This Spring!

Make these endless spring winds useful. Let them blow you into Amapola artists’ co-op Gallery! With our many rooms–we occupy the entire top floor of historic Romero House–our forty New Mexico artists–all local all the time–and nifty Navajo Gallery downstairs, we’re a treat for the eye and soul unlike any other in Old Town. So… Read more »

April Featured Artists – “Bold and Beautiful”

Lynda Burch Featured Artist April Amapola Gallery

“Bold and Beautiful–Dynamic Paintings by Lynda Burch and Exquisite Jewelry by Jack Boglioli.” Whew! Quite a mouthful to announce Amapola artists’ co-op Gallery’s Featured Artists for April. In fairness, this show is quite an eyeful! Lynda Burch creates mixed media art with postage stamps, wine labels and antique maps. Her use of bold and colorful… Read more »

Welcoming Catalina Salinas to Amapola Gallery

Join with the 39 New Mexico artists of Amapola artists’ co-op Gallery in welcoming our newest guest member, oil painter Catalina Salinas. Salinas, originally from Bolivia, trained as an architect. Indeed she met her future husband while both were students in UNM’s school of architecture, from which Catalina earned her M.A. As a child, though,… 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 »

December All Member Show

December is always a fun month at Amapola artists’ co-op Gallery because we roll out our annual all-member show. Come see our best and most festive gifts for your list or yourself. Wonders of painting (acrylics, oils, collage, watercolors, inks and mixed media), wooden boxes and bowls, photography, glass and painted gourds, pastels and ceramics,… Read more »

Amapola Christmas Carol

On the twelfth day of Christmas my true love gave to me 12 tie-dyed onesies 11 gourds and punch quilts 10 wooden boxes 9 perfect photos 8 painted landscapes 7 carved stone critters 6 prints and silkscreens 5 sterling rings 4 pastels framed 3 plates of glass 2 wooden bowls And a handmade ornament for… Read more »

New Guest Member at Amapola Gallery

Debra King imparts a psychedelic quality to the photography she exhibits as Amapola artists’ co-op Gallery’s newest guest member. A relative newcomer to New Mexico, Debra has a solid and long- term background in art in most of its forms. So impressed with her talent was her sixth grade teacher that she arranged for Debra… Read more »

November Featured Artists

Amapola artists’ co-op Gallery presents a triple threat as our November Featured Artists. Between them, they cover a lot of ground, too. With the intriguing theme of “Wood and Water, ” they include Martie Anspach, printmaker, Neal Drago, boxmaker, and watercolorist Katherine Gauntt. Martie Anspach is a master printmaker. In keeping with the show’s theme,… Read more »