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Out of Register, 1993-1998

5-7 pm, Mar 29, 2013 | free
 

An artist reception for Tom Martinelli. Through May 4



Where: David Richard Gallery
Phone: 983-9555
Address:
544 S Guadalupe St.

87501

 

Other events in Art Openings

PREcognition|REcognition

Thursday, Sep 18, 2014
James Rutherford presents 14 photographs that examine the reciprocal gaze in Godfrey Reggio's film, Visitors. Follow it up with a panel discussion on independent film and a screening of Visitors. Through Oct. 8
5-7 pm | free

SFCC Visual Arts Gallery

6401 Richards Ave.
Santa Fe
Web | Map

American Landscapes and Portraits

Friday, Sep 19, 2014

A group show of American master painters explores how different artists expressed the landscape and culture of the US throughout the past century. Through Nov. 30

5-7 pm | free

Addison Rowe Gallery

229 E Marcy St.
Santa Fe
Web | Map

Common Ground

Friday, Sep 19, 2014

The City of Santa Fe Arts Commission showcases the work of more than 80 local artists in ceramics, encaustics, glass, jewelry, metalwork, painting and photography. Through Oct. 10

5-7 pm | free

Community Gallery

201 W Marcy St.
Web | Map

Also At David Richard Gallery

A Subject to Avoid

Thursday, Sep 18, 2014
Argentinian artist Silvia Levenson lets her creations do the talking. Through Oct 11
gallery hours | free

David Richard Gallery

544 S Guadalupe St.
Map

Selections From Ghost Ranch

Thursday, Sep 18, 2014
Gregory Botts' landscape paintings are contemporary and fresh. Through Oct. 11
gallery hours | free

David Richard Gallery

544 S Guadalupe St.
Map

Transparency: Color and Light

Thursday, Sep 18, 2014

The enigmatic paintings of Italian artist Salvatore Emblema (1929–2006) reveal much about the narrative of art history. Through Oct. 18

gallery hours | free

David Richard Gallery

544 S Guadalupe St.
Map
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