November 1–29, 2014
Marcella Boushelle’s watermedia paintings are loosely interpreted, bold, fresh and expressive.
Every creation of Marlies Diels is unique yet functional, combining both beauty and function.
Trish Meyer is an experimental artist who combines watermedia, printmaking, calligraphy and encaustic to build up her multilayered works.
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. The gallery enjoyed explosive growth during its first year and the addition of a Salon displaying guest artists has further broadened our ties to Albuquerque’s artistic community.
Salon space is available for guest artists shows. Learn more.
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
Our November 2014 exhibit – Pushing Boundaries – features three gallery artists: Marcella Boushelle (watermedia), Marlies Diels (ceramic), and Trish Meyer (mixed media). The November Salon Exhibit features fiber artist Char Punke and pottery by Marlies Diels. Both shows run from November 1–29.
Please join us for the Citywide Holiday Kickoff ARTScrawl on Friday, November 21, 5–8pm, when 5% of all sales will be donated to a local charity. Please join our mailing list to receive a reminder email.
The Gallery ABQ is located in the Hoffmantown Shopping Center at the southwest corner of Menaul Blvd. and Wyoming. [map]
Address: 8210 Menaul Blvd., NE., Albuquerque, NM 87110. 505.292.9333
Hours: Monday – Saturday, 10am–5pm
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A contemporary fine art gallery showcasing the work of New Mexico artists. Learn More