This time of year we all spend time looking back and looking forward. Entering 2020 and a new decade, our direction as a country and a planet seem more urgent than ever. And I am reminded that we each only have NOW.
A very beary holiday at Ghostwolf Gallery this December and don’t miss Tortuga Gallery’s Creative Art Fair, December 6-8.
Grateful this month for all the different kinds of connections.
Have you ever noticed how many idioms and characters in folklore use the name Jack? This month Jack and His Legendary Bones, makes his Ghostwolf Gallery debut at the October 4, 5-8pm opening.
September arrives and its time to get serious. Just as it comes up to two years from my sister’s end-stage cancer diagnosis and the recent news that another friend has developed cancer, I am honored to be showing at the Gallery with a Cause at the New Mexico Cancer Center. It opens on Friday, September 6, 6-8:30pm.
August is heating up with two First Friday exhibits at Ghostwolf and Tortuga Galleries on August 2, a ribbon cutting for the Orpheum Community Hub Mural on Monday, August 12, 1:30-2:30pm, and the Albuquerque Art Showcase at the Convention Center form August 15-19.
July’s Creature Feature, Mural Madness, and Sunday Selfies.
June arrived with the Orpheum Community Hub Mural well underway and a featured spread in Albuquerque The Magazine…
Spring has definitely ignited in Albuquerque with 70-80 degree days, blossom-laden trees, mural planning full steam ahead, and exhibits multiplying.. Read on for more about the Orpheum Hub Mural progress, Mother’s Day Tour and Art Show in Huning Highland, latest news from Ghostwolf Gallery, and future dates to save in your calendar.
It’s April and the wind is blowing in Albuquerque. After a quiet and recuperative winter, I’m airborne again with Hexagram paintings arriving en force at Ghostwolf Gallery, several of the House of Cards series paintings (among others) hanging at Slice Parlor, and a new mural picking up steam at the Orpheum Community Hub on the southeast corner of Coal and 2nd downtown. These plus other opportunities are cropping up like the weeds, the wind and rain has planted in my xeriscaped front yard.