Magazine article Southwest Art

New Mexico: BEST OF THE WEST

Magazine article Southwest Art

New Mexico: BEST OF THE WEST

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Elements of Design

SANTA FE.... Patricia Carlisle Fine Art presents a show titled Elements of Design featuring sculptural ideas and functional forms by Derek Hopp beginning October 1. The New Mexico-based artist likes to explore the boundaries of other cultures. "I like to pull ideas from Asian, Danish, art nouveau, art deco, and arts & crafts," says Hopp. His works are on display through October 10. Meet the artist on Friday, October 5, from 5 to 7 p.m.

Elements of Design, October 1-10, Patricia Carlisle Fine Art, 888.820.0596, www.carlislefa.com

Open Studio Tour

ABIQUIU.... Join art enthusiasts as they venture north of Santa Fe to explore the village of Abiquiu, where famous painter Georgia O'Keeffe once lived. More than 65 artists including Amber Archer, Armando Lopez, Ann Lumaghi, Beth Ferguson, Leopold Garcia, Tamara Kay, and Lori Paye Bock open their studios and showcase their art the weekend of October 6-7. This year's 14th annual tour includes a silent auction to benefit the city's arts programs. Types of artwork featured in the auction include pottery, retablos, santos, contemporary paintings, sculpture, photography, jewelry, ceramics, wearable art, and furniture. Meet the artists and tour their studios from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day.

Abiquiu Studio Tour, October 6-7, 505.685.4454, www.abiquiustudiotour.org

A 100-Year Celebration

ALBUQUERQUE.... Wright's Indian Art Gallery celebrates its centennial anniversary October 12-14. On Friday, October 12, is an opening reception from 5 to 9 p.m., featuring a silent auction of commissioned artwork. Proceeds from the auction benefit the Institute of American Indian Arts, the Artists of Indian America, and the Morning Star House, an Albuquerque-based community-service agency. On Saturday and Sunday, October 13-14, an outdoor Indian Art Market features works by Native artists including Navajo jeweler Shane Henderson, Jemez Pueblo sculptor Adrian Wall, and Isleta Pueblo potter Caroline Carpio. …

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