“Albuquerque Contemporary Fine Art”
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Nina loves to mix and match papers, grounds, and paints to convey what she is feeling about certain shapes or subject matter.
Sandra Baca uses artistic consideration of composition, color and material as the foundation for her unique jewelry pieces.
Marcella Boushelle’s watermedia paintings are loosely interpreted, bold, fresh and expressive.
Maria’s paintings show the excitement she feels observing the endless variations of every one of their elements, moods and attitudes.
Every creation of Marlies Diels is unique yet functional, combining both beauty and function.
Judi Foster’s watercolors project the spirit and energy of the American Southwest.
Textile Art I fell in love with felting when I discovered Moy Mackay’s book, Art in Felt and Stitch. Moy is a Scottish artist who has translated the landscapes of her country into beautiful felted pictures. I yearned to do the same for New...
Tim Gifford transforms images of the Southwest into beautiful bronze sculpture.
Andrew Kozeliski’s photographic images reflect his appreciation for nature as well as mankind.
Jerry’s art reflects his grandfather’s era when the horse was still the mainstream of development in America.
Tricia wants the viewer to look at her work and interact emotionally, imagining it in another time and place.
Frank is a colorist whose abstract artwork is born from personal inspiration and an innate passion.
Darlene Moore screenprints on glass, layering her fused glass collages with a variety of vintage and contemporary imagery.
Rita’s unique glass jewelry pieces each resemble small abstract paintings.
Jean Porter creates art that provokes thought, encourages dialog and pleases the eye.
Fran Ryan’s watermedia paintings reflect the Northern New Mexico landscape.
Elizabeth Thompson crafts each necklace to reflect the qualities and nature of the beads she uses. Every piece is unique.
The geometric aspects of Robert Wirz’s work comes from his years of exposure to aerial photography.
The Gallery ABQ in Hoffmantown is an artist-owned gallery of fine artists and craftspersons. We offer a wide variety of mediums, subjects and styles in a welcoming creative space. We embrace creativity and innovation, allowing each member artist to express their individual point of view while maintaining the highest standards.
Salon space is available for guest artists shows. Learn more.
Location: The Gallery ABQ is located in the Hoffmantown Shopping Center at the southwest corner of Menaul Blvd. and Wyoming, conveniently located just one mile east of the ABQ Uptown Shopping District.
Address: 8210 Menaul Blvd., NE., Albuquerque, NM 87110. [Google map] 505.292.9333
Hours: Tuesday – Saturday, 10am–5pm
Call for Artists: We welcome applications from qualified artists interested in joining The Gallery ABQ. Please drop by the gallery for an application form or download PDFs from our Call for Artists page. Jurying in takes place on the second Monday of each month.Learn More
We are always open for First Friday ARTScrawl from 5–8pm with an artist talk at 6pm.
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A contemporary fine art gallery showcasing the work of New Mexico artists. Learn More