A peek at what’s showing around town
elizabeth haidle: view of mural installation, 2010, mixed media. Eggman & Walrus Art Emporium (130 W. Palace Ave.) presents Elizabeth Haidle’s site-specific installation in an exhibit titled The Id Versus the Superego. A reception is scheduled for 6 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 5. Also on view are new works by Caity Kennedy. Call 660-0048. murat Kaboulov (1939-2010): St. Petersburg at Night, 2005, oil on canvas. The Russian Art Gallery’s inaugural exhibition in Santa Fe features the work of more than 12 artists. Russian Realism
& Impressionism opens with a 5 p.m. reception on Friday, Nov. 5. The gallery is a 225 Galisteo St.;
Charles Arnoldi: Tasty Spuds #1,
1997, cast bronze. A solo exhibit of paintings and sculptures by Charles Arnoldi from 1998 to 2001 — all from his Potato Series — hangs at Charlotte Jackson Fine Art. The show opens with a 5 p.m. reception on Friday, Nov. 5 at 554 S. Guadalupe St.; call 989-8688.
Joan snyder: Tracking the Angels, 1993-1997, oil, acrylic, and silk on
linen. LewAllen Galleries’ exhibit American Painterly Abstraction: 7 Painters features the work of Dan Christensen, Ronald Davis, Ronnie Landfield, Emily Mason, William Pettet, Peter Young, and Joan Snyder. The exhibit is at the gallery’s Railyard space, 1613 Paseo de Peralta; call 988-3250. Liz Wolf: Sky Talker, 2010, blown and sand-carved glass. Manitou Galleries (123 W. Palace Ave.) spotlights Kim Wiggins’ paintings of New Mexico. Works by Ed Archie Noisecat, Hib Sabin, and Liz Wolf are also shown. A reception takes place at 5 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 5. Call 986-0440.