A peek at what’s showing around town
Doug West: A Point Between, 2010, oil on canvas. “The Southwest is my rich palette for creative inspiration,” writes Doug West; the area has been the focus of his work for more than 20 years. Resonance, an exhibit of new landscape paintings, opens at Blue Rain Gallery with a 5 p.m. reception on Friday, Sept. 24. The gallery is at 130-C Lincoln Ave., call 954-9902.
Geoffrey Gorman: Patas, 2009, wood, cloth, metal, and
found objects. Each piece in Waste/Not is made with materials that are at least 50 percent recycled. The exhibit, which features work by more than 20 artists in a variety of media, opens at the Community Gallery in the Santa Fe Community Convention Center (201 W. Marcy St.) on Friday, Sept. 24, with a 5 p.m. reception. Call 955-6705.
Georges mazilu, Les Marionnettes, 2010, acrylic on linen. In his fantastical, surrealistic work, Georges Mazilu creates worlds that recall the art of an earlier time and a different place: paintings of the Northern Renaissance. An exhibit of new work can be seen at Turner Carroll Gallery (725 Canyon Road). The show opens on Friday, Sept. 24, with a 5 p.m. reception. Call 986-9800. sally hepler: Joie de Vivre, 2010, hand-fabricated bronze. This piece, which looks like a more-complicated Möbius strip, is one of 12 new sleek abstract bronze and steel sculptures by Sally Hepler on display at Karan Ruhlen Gallery (225 Canyon Road). The exhibit,
Joie de Vivre, opens with a 5 p.m. reception on Friday, Sept. 24. Call 820-0807.
D. Read Lockhart: Ariel, 2010, oil on panel. The work of St. John’s College alumni, faculty, staff, and students is on view in the college’s 10th annual show of this kind. The exhibit opens with a 5 p.m. reception on Saturday, Sept. 25, at the Peterson Student Center, St. John’s College, 1160 Camino de Cruz Blanca. Call 984-6060.