A PEEK AT WHAT’S SHOWING AROUND TOWN
Josh Harker: Crania Anatomica Filigre: Binary 2011, 3-D-printed polyamide Form & Concept, 435 S. Guadalupe St., 505-982-8111 In conjunction with Currents: The Santa Fe International New Media Festival, Form & Concept presents Virtual Object, an exhibition of 3-D-printed artworks by Josh Harker, Robert Krawczyk, Kristin Stransky, McArthur Freeman, and others. The exhibition, curated by Currents organizers Frank Ragano and Mariannah Amster, includes Harker’s filigree skull, the result of one of the most funded sculptural projects in Kickstarter history. In 3-D printing, successive layers of material are built up under computer control, resulting in exact replicas of computer-modeled images. The reception is at 5 p.m. on Friday, June 10.
Karolina Maszkiewicz: Awakening 2016, wood, stainless steel, veneer, stain, lacquer
Ellsworth Gallery, 215 E. Palace Ave., 505-989-7900 Ellsworth presents Form and Fruition, a three-person show of contrasting works in painting and sculpture. Jeff Juhlin’s luminous mixed-media encaustics combine layered imagery and color in abstract and linear compositions; Kim Piotrowski’s abstractions are rendered in brushstrokes that capture a sense of order and chaos; and Karolina Maszkiewicz creates floral installations and elegant kinetic sculptures. The reception is Friday, June 10, at 5 p.m. Emily Mason: Sea Swept 2015, oil on canvas LewAllen Galleries, 1613 Paseo de Peralta, 505-988-3250 The gallery presents Emily Mason: Ripple Effect, a selection of the East Coast artist’s lyrical and lush abstractions. Known as a Color Field painter, Mason renders her compositions using a variety of techniques, including brushwork, pouring, and staining. The gallery is also showing Michael Roque Collins: Works on Paper. The show includes Collins’ atmospheric and impressionistic watercolors, India-ink drawings, and paintings in oil and resin over photographs. The reception for both shows is Friday, June 10, beginning at 5 p.m. Vicki Basta: Branch with Coral 2009, branch and watercolor on Aquaboard Liquid Outpost, Inn and Spa at Loretto, 211 Old Santa Fe Trail, 505-983-6503 Artist and jeweler Vicki Basta incorporates found materials into compositions that combine abstraction and representationalism. “My paintings and mixedmedia art and jewelry speak to the soul; they are intimate, dimensional, and earthy,” she writes. “Intricate layers of paint meld with found objects, creating visual worlds of depth and texture.” The reception is Saturday, June 11, at 5 p.m., and is a part of the ARTfeast Edible Art Tour. ARTfeast Edible Art Tour tickets can be purchased at www.artfeast.org.
Jennifer McCandless: Last Ditch Effort at Assimilation: Boar 2016, stoneware
Freeform Art Space, 1619 C de Baca Lane, 505-692-9249 Art Shape Mammoth, a nonprofit dedicated to arts research, education, and support of artistic development, teams with Freeform for Leggo My Ego: Pathoses of Contemporary Culture. The show, curated by Art Shape Mammoth’s program director Amy Joy Hosterman, is a multi-sensory and satiric look at relationships in class structures and hegemonic systems of society. The show includes works by Jennifer McCandless, Seth Goodman, and Margaret Noble. The reception is Saturday, June 11, at 5:30 p.m.