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 December 7 - Friday December 28

For the Eye and the Mind

First Friday Citywide Event

December 7, 2018

From:  5-8:30 PM

36th Invitational Annual Theme Show

Show Closes:  December 28, 2018

New Work By:  Mark Foster, Louis D'Amico, Allen Powell, Charles La Fond, Chris Casey, Linda Holland, Anne Englehardt, Margot Geist.

Linda Holland's abstract paintings evoke realms, enigmatic, yet with palpable sense of place.  Layered and blended colors, textures and motion invite the viewer to participate in a journey.  Her abstract sculptures and paintings have been featured in solo and two-person shows in New Mexico as well as juried regional exhibits.  In addition to corporate and private collections, her work has been selected for university, state and municipal art collections.

Margot Geist, states, "Late summer, early fall...and the Farmers' Markets in our city offer panoplies of vegetables that delight the eye as much as the palate.  We turn a corner and chance upon an aliveness that nourishes body and mind, if we remain open to kaleidoscopic space.  The work here part of a larger series, might be imagined as an invitation to dance with elements, atop fields' brown-wet earth, in the rainbow light of a market mandala."

Chris Casey artist statement, "My pottery is adorned with lines that explore the liminal zone between the concrete and the abstract.  These designs are improvised and play to our pattern seeking brains.  I'm focused on movement and composition by drawing lines in space."


Showing Opens: Friday December 7, 2018
Showing Closes: Friday December 28, 2018
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First Friday Citywide Event

Friday December 7, 2018    (5:00 PM - 8:30 PM)

First Friday Citywide Event



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The Weyrich Gallery is a creative environment featuring exquisite jewelry, diverse works from dreams, folklore, myth and the earth.

View some of our etchings, woodblock, hand-colored photography, monotypes, limited-edition prints, or handmade fine art books.

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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.

The Weyrich Gallery is full of educational and artistic products and services that bring harmony into ones hectic life. We offer a creative environment featuring exquisite jewelry, paintings, acrylic, pastels, and prints. Also mixed media, glass, metal, wood, clay, fiber, wood block prints, hand colored photography, monotypes, and limited edition prints.


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