Weyrich Gallery’s latest ‘Reflections’ showcases the disciplines of three artists

'Reflections' reviewed by Wesley Pulkka for the Albuquerque Journal

Three iconic New Mexico artists have joined forces in “Reflections” at the Weyrich Gallery through Jan. 27. read more

Gallery Showing

Friday October 2 - Friday November 27


First Friday Artscrawl Events

Artist's Reception:

October 2, 2020 and November 6, 2020

From:  3:00-7:00 PM

Gallery Hours:  11:00-3:00 PM

Show Closes:  November 27, 2020


continuation of a legacy

Porcelain vessels created by past and present UNM students - who are now artists, educators, community service members transforming our city in tile murals, the medical field, and with military honors; MFA students, stoneware potters, internet entrepreneurs and the art of the handmade in business.  All are making our community and world a better place by what and how they create.  From this diversity, the art of Arita porcelain vessels connects us all.

With gratitude to Sensei Manji Inoue for sharing this artform and for our international relationship.

Kathryne Cyman

Professor of Practice


Chris Casey

Paul Clark

Nikki Denisson

Mackenzie Everette

Tiffany Ferrell

Taylor Harris

Audre Holtz

Bettyjane Hoover

Rick Orlando

Joseph Ortega

Adam Padilla

Margarita Paz Pedro

Casey Pendergast

Jessie Penrod

Jared Tso

Elizabeth Wilkinson

Jin Yoshida

Charles Castillo -Abstract Paintings

Castillo is best known for is layered abstract paintings that incorporate wax, oil paint, acrylic, steel and collage.  His paintings are based on the southwest desert landscape although the abstractions and turns of meaning are his own.  I used to be more involved in conceptual art, using photography and words to communicate.  I am now much more interested in the materiality of the work and taking people to a place of mindfulness and calm with my art.  i want people to incorporate my paintings into their lives.  His emphasis is on materials and gesture, much of which he learned while doing graduate work at SVA in New  York and having such mentors as Walter Darby Bannard and Gregory Amenoff.  While his early influences included artists like Martin Kippenberger and Sigmar Polke, he seems to be more in the Diebenkorn camp these days.


Showing Opens: Friday October 2, 2020
Showing Closes: Friday November 27, 2020
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Weyrich Gallery, owned by Valerie and Gary Tibbetts, is a special place. Intuition is the determining factor in the harmony the Tibbetts have orchestrated in their small space whose inspiration is on a grand scale. The thoughtful visitor will soon realize the high level of craftsmanship reflected in the work on display and also the sense that gallery artists seem to have an affinity with each other.

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