OLD TOWN AREA
323 Romero St. Suite 13 – 247.2988 – sites.google.com/site/studio13site/
Open House 5-7pm
The work of Daniel Ramirez will be on display. Ramirez’ watercolors, acrylics, and drawings have won many awards including the prestigious Santa Fe Indian Market and Heard Museum.
Leich Lathrop Gallery
323 Romero Street, NW, Suite 1 – 243.3059 – leichlathropgallery.blogspot.com
Open House July 5-7:30pm
Leich Lathrop Gallery presents Chuck Lathrop: Immutable Changes. In his continuing use of automatic mark-making and the ephemeral the artist explores, through new prints, paintings and sculpture, living on the West Mesa and the life of artists. The show runs July 3-31 with an Artist’s Reception on July 7, 3-5pm.
303 Romero NW – 764.0302 – weemsgallery.com
In July Weems will feature Phil Hulebak and Will & Johanna DeMay. Phil Hulebak’s original paintings are inspired by the Southwest and the Rocky Mountains. Will and Johanna DeMay create each ceramic piece by hand with stoneware or porcelain clay. The pots they create are decorated using glazes & techniques developed over many years & then fired in a kiln to 2400°F.
323 Romero St. NW, Ste.16 – 243.9525 – BlackbirdGallery.Biz
Open House 5-8pm
Blackbird Gallery is celebrating it’s wonderful new location in Old Town with Grand Opening specials on all original paintings by Blackfeet artist Farrell Cockrum and local favorite Robert Perea. New works have been received by all our artists included amazing new pottery plates and bowls from Matthew Patton (Seattle), new jewelry from Navajo artist Cathy Sherman as well as a great selection of Baltic Amber jewelry, and new custom hand-carved “Roadrunners” from Matthew Yellowman and Rita Juan. Come visit our new space!
Yucca Art Gallery
206 1/2 San Felipe NW – 247.8931 – yuccaartgallery.com
Yucca Art Gallery, nearing its 50th Anniversary, spotlights Joy Eaton, water media artist, Steve Janecky, woodworking artist, and Linda Reyes-Alicea, jeweler. Yucca Art Gallery also features acrylic, oils, mixed media, pastels, encaustic, ceramics, fabric art, wearables, glasswork and metalwork, and jewelry by 37 additional local artists. At 5:30pm one of the featured artists, Joy Eaton, will be offering a talk about her work entitled “Art from my Shredder.”
Purple Sage Galeria
201 San Felipe NW – 450.4059 – purplesagegaleria.com
Purple Sage Galeria features Jane E Chandler. The show will include a selection of watercolors depicting New Mexico landscapes & vistas. En Plein Air paintings large & small. Show runs through July 28th.
Sumner & Dene
517 Central NW – 842.1400 – sumnerdene.com
Artist’s Reception 5-9pm
Sumner & Dene is proud to present Patti Fox and Michael Norviel: Two Person Show. Patti Fox’s “Celebrate” is a celebration of florals created with oil stick and mixed media. Michael Norviel’s “Landscapes: Near and Far” are an explosion in color with oil on canvas. His landscapes range from the villages of Northern New Mexico, Spain and Italy. The show runs July 5-27.
Hotel Andaluz (mezzanine level)
125 Second St. NW – 346.0011 – hotelandaluz.com
Come by the Hotel Andaluz to see the featured artists.
NORTHEAST HEIGHTS AREA
The Gallery ABQ
8210 Menaul Blvd. NE – 292-9333 – thegalleryabq.com
Artists’ reception 5–8pm
The Gallery ABQ presents Independence, featuring three gallery artists; Gabriella Lemas’ photography is inspired by spontaneous beauty and reveals the stories found in forbidden places; Mary Davis Hamlin uses vivid colors in her paintings to reflect the solace and delight that she receives from time spent in the outdoors; and Don Best enjoys the challenging field of segmented woodturning because of the extreme dedication, patience and mental focus it requires. The Salon Exhibit features art from The Camino Real 8.
High Desert Art & Frame
12611 Montgomery Blvd. NE Suite A-4 – 265.4066 – highdesertartandframe.com
Open House 5-8pm
Presenting Paula Manning-Lewis: All About Love. Working in oils, and sometimes acrylics, Paula’s current work consists of Spiral Abstracts or Abstract Expressionism. In her words: “My art is all about emotions and energy, light and love. I don’t come up with the ideas for my paintings. I am merely the channel that brings them into existence. Love grounds us and makes us soar! My art is my gift from the Universe and a gift from me to you. It’s my connection to Spirit and my reason for being here.”
Palette Contemporary Art & Craft
7400 Montgomery Suite 22 – 855.7777 – palettecontemporary.com
Opening Reception 5-8pm
Stay tuned because the annual vintage radio show, Not (Necessarily) Your Grandpa’s Radio, is coming up. Palette will have over 40 restored radios, including brands such as: Admiral, Coronado, Crosley, Emerson, Phillips, Silvertone, Sparton, Stromberg, Carlson, and Zenith. The radios have both been authentically restored as well as retrofit to become iPod docking stations, in a number of cases. Recently, the folks at the gallery explored a new “Art Radio” endeavor in which they had custom cabinets designed and made for a few radio chassis, such as the Sparton 1003 “Chest of Drawers” model. Radio repair specialist, Richard Majestic, and radio cabinet designer, Hershel Weiss, will be present at the opening reception. This show runs thru 8-1-13.
2935 D Louisiana Blvd. NE – 883.7410 – weyrichgallery.com
Artist Reception 5-8:30pm
Weyrich Gallery presents The Unique & Unusual new Wood & Gas Fired Ceramics by Judith Duff, and Crossing Over Mixed Media Paintings by Susan Zimmerman. Judith Duff was born in Macon, Georgia and in 1991 she established her studio, nestled in the mountains of North Carolina. Frequent studies in Japan have influenced her work and she is one of the most recognized women in clay today. Susan J. Zimmerman says of Crossing Over, “Engaging in the creative process is a journey bridging the material world and the spiritual world. Layering is my method of choice. The physical layering of collage elements reminds me of layering in life-of time, experiences and relationships. The gallery will present a lecture: Shino Glaze & Video of famous Japanese potters, Saturday, June 22, 2013 1-3:30pm, open to the public. Show Closes July 26.