About the gallery
The Gallery ABQ in Hoffmantown is an artist-owned gallery of fine artists and craftspersons. We offer a wide variety of mediums, subjects and styles in a welcoming creative space. We embrace creativity and innovation, allowing each member artist to express their individual point of view while maintaining the highest standards. Salon space is available for guest artists' shows. Contact us to learn more.
Online Gallery: Our online Gallery Store is open and several pieces are discounted! Please take a look HERE
Jeremy Stein Store: Visit the Jeremy Stein Nature Photography Store HERE
Check out our latest Newsletters: January 2021, December 2020, November 2020
Call for Artists: We welcome applications from qualified artists interested in joining The Gallery ABQ. Please drop by the gallery for an application form or download PDFs from our Call for Artists page. Jurying in takes place on the second Monday of each month.
Salon rental and Guest Artists: Salon space is available for guest artists' shows. Contact us to learn more.
CALL FOR ARTISTS THE GALLERY ABQ MINIATURE AND SMALL WORKS SHOW
MAY 4 - MAY 28, 2021
Maximum size of small works: 154 square inches including frame (Small Works examples:
11 x 14 = 154 square inches, 12 x 12 = 144 square inches, 8 x 10 = 80 square inches)
Maximum size of miniature works:
56 square inches including frame (Miniatures examples: image size 5 x 5 = 25 square inches,
with frame 56 square inches)
Join us for a miniature and small works show open to all New Mexico artists in all media, including but not limited to pastels, oil, water media, acrylic, mixed media, pencil drawings, photography, glass, and sculpture.
ORIGINAL WORK COMPLETED WITHIN THE LAST THREE YEARS
APRIL 30, Friday, 11:00 am - 1:00 pm Delivery of work to The Gallery ABQ
LIMIT 3 PIECES (FIRST COME, FIRST ACCEPTED, UP TO SALON CAPACITY) May 4 - 28,
Exhibition Tuesday through Saturday 11:00 am to 4:00 pm MAY 7th, Friday - Artists reception 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm
On March 21, 2021, The Gallery ABQ presented a donation check to New Mexico BioPark Society (NMBPS) in the amount of $1451. Rich Grainger, NMBPS Development Director, came to the gallery for the short presentation. This check was from sales from January's show, “In Memoriam, The Nature Photography of Jeremy Stein”