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 – www.weyrichgallery.com
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 – www.palettecontemporary.com
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
5-8pm
12611 Montgomery Blvd. NE Suite A-4 – 265.4066 – www.highdesertartandframe.com
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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