First Friday ARTScrawl (February 1st; 5-8pm) JEANETTE COOK
Join us in welcoming abstract artist Jeanette Cook! Jeanette draws on her background as a midwife and dancer to birth beautiful works which engage the viewer on a kinesthetic level. Her work incorporates asemic writing which because it has no semantic content, activates primal neural pathways in the viewer, enhancing understanding beyond rational thought. Jeanette will be on hand to discuss her work and, as always, there will be an assortment of goodies to nourish your body while you stimulate your mind.
Pictured above is a detail from “Tumbling II” part of an oil and cold wax triptych by Jeanette. You can learn more about her at: http://www.jeanettecookart.com/!
CALL FOR ART! WOMEN’S WORK 2019
It’s that time of year again when we call for female artists in New Mexico to share their work for “Women’s Work”!
March is Women & Creativity month, and this exhibition is focused on featuring them in a variety of stages of their careers. Submitted artwork in the past couple of years has been outstanding, and the exhibition has been a huge hit with the local community. The event has become one of our absolute favorites and we can’t wait to see what local talent has been up to in the past year!
If you haven’t been into the gallery of late, we’ve got a whole lot of new, exciting work for you to see. In addition to Jeanette Cook’s wonderful paintings, artist Andrew Fearnside has joined the roster.
Andrew is a painter and new media artist guided by ongoing interests in psychology, pop culture, and spiritual life. His images arise through a dynamic interplay of embodied movement and a form-making language involving photography, layer-building, and visual friction. Look for more on Andrew in the coming months– and be sure and come out to see his work at the gallery, on display now!
ARTISTS OUT & ABOUT
GABRIELA HENNER Where: Dialogue Brewing When: February 9, 2019
Join Gaby at Dialogue Brewing for their first-annual Valentine’s day pop-up market. They will have art, apparel, jewelry, food, and more.
People often ask about the texture in Ghostwolf artist Roe LiBretto’s watercolor paintings. So, to try to help them understand her process, Roe created this timelapse video which shows the three steps it takes to apply and rinse the top coat and do the final detailing in her watercolors. Curious about her process? Use this link to watch her video on YouTube: https://youtu.be/TYCfl-h6-Ao. There you’ll see Roe working on her most recent painting “Aboulomania”. Then come see the finished painting during February ARTScrawl at Ghostwolf. It’s a genuinely unique process to create genuinely unique artwork.
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