November 16, 2012

The Gallery ABQ
8210 Menaul Blvd. NE – 292-9333 – Find us on facebook
Reception 5-8:30pm
In November, The Gallery ABQ presents Diversity: The Spice of Life showcasing works by established New Mexico artists. The exhibit includes paintings, functional and decorative ceramics, bronze sculptures, jewelry and kaleidoscopes.







Weyrich Gallery
2935 D Louisiana Blvd. NE – 883.7410 –
Artists’ Reception and Talk 5-8:30pm
“Terasu: Illumination” 7th Annual Fall Arita Student Porcelain Show
Thirteen students of the Arita Porcelain method at the University of New Mexico, have gathered to present you with porcelain ceramics; Alecia Cargile, Chris Casey, Toby Chiu, James Creamer, Nikki Denisson, Jon Deyhle, Shanta Demare Marshall-Forgie, Oscar Gonzalez, Leia Hays, Skyler Julliard, Mellisa Martinez, Rick Orlando, Margarita Paz-Pedro.

Palette Contemporary Art & Craft
7400 Montgomery Suite 22 – 855.7777 –
Reception 5-8pm
Palette Contemporary Art and Craft presents, “Through the Near Trees”, featuring new works by Pam Conrad in her fourth show at our gallery. Pam’s paintings are a derivative of traditional intarsia paintings for traditional “intarsia” is a woodworking technique that uses varied shapes, sizes, and pieces of wood which are then fitted together to create a mosaic-like composition that offers an illusion of depth.  However, Pam’s paintings provide  ACTUAL DEPTH!

High Desert Art & Frame
12611 Montgomery Blvd. NE Suite A-4 – 265.4066 –
Nina Harrison has had the benefit of studying with masters in both Native American and Japanese ceramics and pottery traditions. Both are of the earth, using native clays and age-old techniques. Nina explains her approach in creating her art, “I approach each measure of clay with reverence, never knowing which direction the clay will take me. I have learned to be patient and yield to the voice of the clay.” A featured piece is the ultimate example of the melding of the traditions made from our native micaceous clay in the form of a lotus blossom.


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