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Big Ideas

Wednesday Jan 4, 2017

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930 Baca St
Ste C
Santa Fe, NM 87505






Michael Gullberg

Phone: 505-982-5000
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Twenty five local artists to show traditional and conceptual mixed media, sculpture, paintings, drawings and wood work to celebrate the second anniversary of the gallery. Runs through 1/28/17.

“Big Ideas” come in small packages at the ART.i.factory’s 2nd anniversary exhibition

Big ideas, quite often, arrive in small packages. In fact, this is the idea behind the ART.i.factory art space, located inside the Art.i.fact consignment boutique.  To mark the ART.i.factory’s second  anniversary, “Big Ideas,” a small works show, opens on Saturday, Nov. 19.

The exhibition includes a broad array of artwork - from traditional to conceptual, mixed media to sculptures, paintings to drawings, and works on wood to works on paper. The opening reception for the artists is Saturday, Nov. 19, from 4-7pm. 

For this anniversary exhibition, we’ve invited more than 25 artists to exhibit their best small works. Some have exhibited in the ART.i.factory before, and others are new to the space. All hail from New Mexico. They include Rebecca Aubin, Susan Begy, Meredith Britt, Kirstiann  Bushman, Todd Christensen, Luke Dorman, Kyle Farrell, Alex Gill, M. Gold, Michael Gullberg, Maria Gullberg, Hans Harland-Hue, Tim Jag, Amy Johnson, Caity Kennedy, Katy Kidd, Patti Levey, Amber MacLean, Reyes Padilla, Duffy Petersen, Alicia Piller, Brooke Remmert, Frank Remmert, Katherine Rita, Jeffrey Schweitzer, Laura Stanziola, Janet Stein Romero, Andrea Vargas, and Mark Westerberg.  

All work shown in the exhibition is 12” x 12” or smaller and priced under $500.  If there are art enthusiasts on your Christmas list, you will want to stop in to see this show.  The exhibition will run from November 19, 2016 through January 28, 2017.