February 2022

Hello friends!
We’re back! Tonight is First Friday ARTScrawl, and we are opening a new show entitled VIVID: A Preview. The call is also out for the annual “Women’s Work” show! Interested female artists have until February 13th to get their submissions in! And finally, Valentine’s day is right around the corner. Please think of us when looking for that perfect (unique!) gift!

Be well, live artfully, don’t forget to howl at the moon now and again…

-Amy & The Ghostwolf Gang

PS- New Mexico still has a mask mandate in effect for indoor spaces, so please bring one with you to all of the events on our list and respect other precautions our artists may be taking to keep you, other guests, and themselves safe and healthy. Thanks!

VIVID! A Preview
WHERE: Ghostwolf! 206-1/2 San Felipe ST NW STE 3
WHEN: February 4th, 2021 (5-8pm)

This one is a cool one, folks! Eight Burqueños were selected from many to represent the Albuquerque art scene in Attleboro, MA this coming spring. Join us tonight (and all month) for a preview of this amazing body of work that will soon be on its way across the country and see what makes these artists so special! Ghostwolf’s own Denise Weaver Ross and Amy M. Ditto made the cut! The other fantastic featured artists are (top left-to-right) David S. McKee, Laura Wacha, Christian Michael Gallegos, Denise Weaver Ross, (bottom left-to-right) Ben Harrison, Aquilla Kappy, Amy M. Ditto, Lena Weiss.

A quick note regarding COVID-19 protocols…
As stated in our introductory statement this month, New Mexico currently has a mask mandate for indoor spaces. Kindly wear a mask in the gallery while visiting us. If you forget a mask and need one, never fear! Just ask one of our artists and we’ll provide one. Thank you!!



There is no doubt that art soothes the soul.  Experience “Serenity”, Barbara Burzillo’s newest bronze exclusively at Ghostwolf!

And… you can help Barb name one of her newest pieces! Your assistance is needed naming this piece coming soon in bronze.  Please email Barbara at bb@barbaraburzillo.com with your suggestions.  The winner will receive a 10% discount on one of Barbara’s sculptures!



Gabriela Henner will be exhibiting two new pieces of artwork, “The Appearance of the Blip” and “Monster Holiday Party,” alongside a previous series of works entitled “The Pet Series.”

The Appearance of the Blip:
The discovery of the Blip, a formerly unknown species of monsterkind, was recorded in this early painting by Cuerrnia Vidrimare. The painter first stumbled upon the small creature on one of her evening strolls along the coast of Asilah, Morocco. She credited the appearance of The Blip in her life to the beginning of a lengthy residency in the beautiful coastal town which would influence the content and colors of all of her later artistic creations.

Monster Holiday Party:
The past few winters have been longer and darker than previous times, but these monsters are ready to cast off the old year and ring in the new one with a warm celebration. Leave those snowy boots at the door, and with a hot buttered rum in your paws and mirthful cheer in your heart, you’ll be welcoming 2022 in style! (This work features several recurring characters from previous works. Do you recognize any of them?)

In preparation for the Attleboro Museum show, Amy has revised some old work and created some new. Depicted below: “The Prince” (v2.0, left) and “La Reina” (right). Both are being produced at 24″ x 30″ in a mid-gloss finish as a special limited edition series of 25 and will eventually be on view at the gallery!



Deadline: February 13th, 2022

“Life shrinks or expands in proportion to one’s courage.” — Anaïs Nin

Ghostwolf Gallery invites local female artists to submit artwork for the fourth-annual “Women’s Work” exhibition in celebration of Women & Creativity month!

Important Dates:
February 13th- Deadline to return completed application (Midnight)
February 18th- Selection notifications emailed (Midnight)
March 1st & 2nd- Work due at Ghostwolf Gallery 11-5pm
March 4th-27th – Exhibition dates
March 4th- Opening reception First Friday ARTScrawl (COVID permitting)
March 28th & 29th- Pick up work 11-5pm (Please plan to pick up on these dates!)

About the Venue:
Ghostwolf Gallery is focused on displaying representational and abstract Contemporary Fine Art & Craft. Our goal is to distinguish ourselves from other galleries by attracting artists with truly unique visions whose work is cutting edge and/or contemporary in process, nature, and feel.

Open to female artists working in New Mexico. Work must be original art, not copied from published photos or works by other artists. No installations or sets of works to make one entry will be accepted (each image in a set should be considered a separate image for the sake of submission). The review committee reserves the right to disqualify any work which it considers to be in poor taste or inappropriate. Works submitted must be available for sale and deliverable to Ghostwolf on 1st & 2nd.

Painting, pastel, ink, collage, assemblage, photography (digital or traditional), digital art, sculpture, jewelry, glass, fiber. Sculpture must be delivered with an appropriate neutral stand (black, white, or grey) or be free standing. All 2D work must be delivered with mounting hooks and wire, ready to hang. Frames are not required for works on board or canvas, but edges should be professionally finished. Works on paper must be framed in a professional manner. Failure to have your work ready to hang as requested may result in exclusion from the exhibition.

Works in this exhibit will be featured in our gallery and on the Ghostwolf Gallery website and social media from March 7th- March 27th, 2022. The show will be featured for a First Friday ARTScrawl and advertised by the Albuquerque Art Business Association’s newsletter and online. Press releases will be made and the exhibition and associated events will be listed on major community calendars and newspapers where possible. This exhibit will also be promoted as a shareable Facebook event and artists will receive a pdf postcard announcing the exhibit to distribute to their individual mailing lists.

By submitting images of your work, you agree to allow Ghostwolf Gallery to use those images to promote this exhibit as the committee sees fit. Wherever possible, we will use our best efforts to ensure that your work is accurately represented and credited. If accepted into this exhibit, you agree that Ghostwolf Gallery may sell your submitted work and retain 40% commission on the sale. You will be responsible to pay NMGRT. All work must be available for sale. Ghostwolf reserves the right to reject work for any reason. Artwork will be chosen based on qualitative assessments of technique, aesthetics, and relevance to show theme.

Women’s Work 2022 Application


Event Address: 206-1/2 San Felipe ST NW, Albuquerque, NM 87104
Contact us at (505) 246-9653 or ghostwolf@ghostwolf.gallery (e-mail preferred)

All of the artists selected to send work back east are honored and excited but shipping quantities of large artwork cross-country can get expensive. Denise Weaver Ross has put together a fundraiser to help defray the costs of transporting the work as a way to help the artists out. If you are so-inclined, you can support these wonderful folks by throwing a little into the pot at: https://www.gofundme.com/f/8-albuquerque-artistYour help is most appreciated, and Denise has arranged for their to be rewards for various amounts!


Yes, we have lots and lots of centerpiece art for your home, but did you know that all of our artists also create items suitable for less expensive gifting? We do! Aprons and tees, beautiful jewelry by our four resident artists, mini-originals, bronze and ceramics, fine-art prints, and calendars represent only a few of our offerings. Find a gift that is unique as they are!

Pictured left “The Heart of Gold” by Amy M. Ditto, prints available at the gallery.

Below (Left-Right, Top-Bottom):
Cards by Laura Balombini; Tees, prints, and cards by Denise Weaver Ross (Denise herself is not for sale- sorry!); Original work by Greta Stockebrand; Aprons by Amy M. Ditto; Prints by Roe LiBretto; Original work by Jeanette Cook; Pit-fired bowls by Rick Snow; Small works by Ivana Starcevic; Monster box by Gabriela Henner; Bronze Birds by Barbara Burzillo; Jewelry by Andi Callahan; Baby-head mugs by Laura Wacha




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