EXHIBITION ARCHIVE

2020

SHARE OUR SUN – Aryon Hopkins

SHARE OUR SUN – Aryon Hopkins

Aryon’ Hopkin’s work is rooted in community building. He is interested in creating third place —the social surroundings separate from the two usual social environments of home and the workplace.

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WHAT DO YOU WANT NOW?! Andre Ramos-Woodard

WHAT DO YOU WANT NOW?! Andre Ramos-Woodard

WHAT DO YOU WANT NOW?! by André Ramos-Woodard, is a body of work that visually deciphers experiences to better understand and cope with them. With physical gallery spaces closed to the public, André is interested in working, making, and showing art within these unique constraints – a testament to how vital access to the arts and artistic expression is in our daily evolving new world.

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Electric Desert: Andrew Fearnside

Electric Desert: Andrew Fearnside

Electric Desert immerses viewers in a florescent nighttime desert environment with glittering cacti and flitting ghosts. Guilds of cardboard piñon, cholla, and nopales invite visitors to work with simple robotic constructs that gently open complex questions about the land and peoples of our Southwestern borders.

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Soft-Scapes: Molly Zimmer

Soft-Scapes: Molly Zimmer

Soft-Scapes is an exhibition of new work by artist Molly Zimmer. These mural-size assemblages depict playfully abstracted environments or vibrant floral landscapes. Larger than life, these immersive soft sculptures encourage viewers to examine their personal connections with textiles and with nature.

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Recycled Heart: The Artists of ArtStreet

Recycled Heart: The Artists of ArtStreet

ArtStreet, an outreach program of Albuquerque Health Care for the Homeless, presents: Recycled Heart, an exhibition featuring recycled art by local artists with experience of poverty and homelessness.

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Constellations

Constellations

Encompassing a breadth of creative voices and visions, Constellations showcases New Mexico’s artists Tytianna Harris, Stephanie Lerma, Jen Pack, Jackie Riccio, and Sophia Sanchez as they explore mythologies, marking time, and offer modes of navigation through the darkness.

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Encompass: A Community Celebration

Encompass: A Community Celebration

Community Celebration: Saturday, March 7 from 5 - 8pm Exhibitions Run: March 7 - 26, 2020 Harwood Art Center and Escuela del Sol Montessori are pleased to present Encompass, a unique multi-generational art event that takes place annually. Featuring four gallery...

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2019

Psychic Typographies & Guiltless Repetition: Matthew Bollinger

Psychic Typographies & Guiltless Repetition: Matthew Bollinger

Exhibition Runs: August 2 – 29, 2019

Bollinger’s recent works on paper and canvas stem from a conscious appreciation of popular music (Devo, New Order, Sonic Youth, Autechre, Nirvana, Dinah Washington, John Coltrane, etc), and the unconscious collaborative role it plays in his visual experiments.

Retablo: Reyes Padilla

Retablo: Reyes Padilla

Exhibition Runs: August 2 – 29, 2019

Reyes Padilla explores the art form he was first exposed to as a child and incorporates that inspiration into his contemporary work today.

SURFACE: Emerging Artists of NM

SURFACE: Emerging Artists of NM

Exhibition Runs: June 7 – July 25, 2019

Harwood Art Center’s annual juried exhibition, professional development and endowed cash awards program for emerging artists currently living and working in New Mexico.

Point of Interest: Ruby Troup

Point of Interest: Ruby Troup

Exhibition Runs: June 7 – July 25, 2019

A site worth seeing, a place worth stopping. Ruby Troup received the SURFACE 2018 Harwood Art Center Solo Exhibition Award, presented annually for artistic excellence, originality of vision and dedication to practice.

People Watching: Ian Hucke

People Watching: Ian Hucke

Exhibition Runs: May 3 – 30, 2019

People-Watching is an exhibit that attempts to bring to life what we all do as we watch people—we wonder about that person’s life. The subject of each portrait is a real person, but the biographical vignette comes from what the artist imagines about the person he paints.

Four Printmakers: Aaron Bass, Helen Cozza, Laurel Lampela, Janet Shagam

Four Printmakers: Aaron Bass, Helen Cozza, Laurel Lampela, Janet Shagam

Exhibitions Run: May 3 – 30, 2019

Four printmakers living in New Mexico whose work is connected by their love of making hand-pulled prints. Each artist utilizes a different approach to printmaking including low relief collagraphs, mokulito (lithography on wood), intaglio and polymer gravure.

Sympoiesis:  Kaitlin Bryson & Hollis Moore

Sympoiesis: Kaitlin Bryson & Hollis Moore

Exhibition Runs: April 5 – 25, 2019

Sympoiesis brings together experiences and ecologies of two far off places with printmaking, biosculpture, and video to show our journey alongside two rivers.

Dissolving Dichotomies: Danila Rumold

Dissolving Dichotomies: Danila Rumold

Exhibition Runs: April 5 – 25, 2019

Rooted in the knowledge that the frequently separated roles of motherhood and artistic practice are co-creative forces, Rumold incorporates the unseen labor of domestic work into her art, thus deconstructing the conventions of painting, crossing over into large-scale collages and installation.

Encompass: A Community Celebration

Encompass: A Community Celebration

Exhibitions Run: March 2 – 28, 2019

Featuring four gallery exhibitions, open studios, hands-on art making projects, live music, food trucks, and activities for all ages, Encompass is both a reflection of and an offering to our community. Community Celebration: Saturday, March 2, 2019

Future Perfect

Future Perfect

March 2 – 28, 2019

Haley Greenfeather English, Lynnette Haozous, David Leigh, Madeline MacKenzie, and Jeremy Salazar explore the Future Perfect by projecting themselves forward and looking back on actions yet to be completed through site-specific, ephemeral installations and murals in the gallery.

Recycled Heart: The Artists of ArtStreet

Recycled Heart: The Artists of ArtStreet

Exhibition Runs: February 1 – 21, 2019

Bringing the injustice of poverty and homelessness together, Recycled Heart is an exhibit, like all ArtStreet shows, that captures the diverse, distinct, and highly individual response of our artists to community-chosen themes.

Enwomb: Cameron Krow

Enwomb: Cameron Krow

Exhibition Runs: October 4 – 24, 2019

Enwomb is a collection of works constructed of natural materials, and photographs of works in the landscape, offering different representations of nests, exploring them as symbols for the womb and which encourage the viewer to examine our personal relationships to mother, planet, home, and body.

Biophilia: Our True Nature by Alison Green

Biophilia: Our True Nature by Alison Green

Exhibition Runs: October 4 – 24, 2019

Layered and suggestive botanical abstractions come together in encaustic and mixed media paintings and installation. The symbiotic and poetic relationship between humans, plants and nature is explored in this exhibition.

Jessica Gross: Ecce Rat

Jessica Gross: Ecce Rat

Exhibition Runs: January 7 – 24, 2019

In her newest exhibition, Ecce Rat, Jessica Gross asks the viewer to reflect on the similarities between humans and rats, intelligent social creatures that live alongside us, to help us understand what we value and revile in one another.

Lea Anderson & Rachel Rivera: Dark Lush

Lea Anderson & Rachel Rivera: Dark Lush

Exhibition Runs: January 7 – 24, 2019

Rachel Rivera’s large-scale drawings and Lea Anderson’s innovative instillation converge in their duel exhibition Dark Lush: embracing growth and the ability to flourish in the face of darkness and personal turmoil.

12×12 Fundraising Exhibition

12×12 Fundraising Exhibition

Harwood Art Center presents 12×12 and PRELUDE, fundraising exhibitions that feature established, emerging and youth artists from New Mexico. The main event, our 12×12 exhibition, includes over 200 works that remain anonymous until sold – for the flat rate of $144 (12″x12″) or $36 (6″x6″).

2018

When Life Becomes Floral: Zahra Marwan

When Life Becomes Floral: Zahra Marwan

January 2018

Zahra Marwan creates artwork based on stories and imagery found in her immediate environment. The works in “When Life Became Floral” reflect Marwan’s recent loss of her father and the devastation she felt afterwards.

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Encompass: A Community Celebration

Encompass: A Community Celebration

March 2018

Featuring four gallery exhibitions, open studios, hands-on art making projects, live music, food trucks, and activities for all ages, Encompass is both a reflection of and an offering to our community.

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Lindsey Fromm: The Raw Miraculous

Lindsey Fromm: The Raw Miraculous

April 2018

The Raw Miraculous draws from age-old traditions of looking to nature, and is inspired by those who dream to envision the heavens. Born out of an awe-stricken reveling at the unknowable qualities in the creation of life, it is a testament to the raw miraculous at work.

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Alexis Kaminsky – Outcroppings: Mediations on Time, Space & Matter

Alexis Kaminsky – Outcroppings: Mediations on Time, Space & Matter

April 2018

Alexis Kaminsky stacks, strings, and piles hundreds of polygons for her site-specific installation, Outcroppings. In keeping with her other assemblage work, Outcroppings shows how many small things, when taken together, can have significant results. By reusing cardboard shipping packages to construct gem-like forms, Kaminsky pokes fun at preciousness and avarice.

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James Black: Many Faces

James Black: Many Faces

May 2018

James Black draws digital caricatures, focusing on the people he sees daily in Albuquerque. His friends, family, and community. Random faces, memorable expressions, and unforgettable mugs. He is obsessed with creating a quick process for capturing likeness.

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Cecilia McKinnon: Muscle Memory

Cecilia McKinnon: Muscle Memory

June & July 2018

MUSCLE MEMORY explores the phenomena of memory as embodied within place, experienced through sculpture, installation, and textile intervention into everyday objects. Cecilia received the SURFACE 2017 Solo Exhibition Award, presented annually for artistic excellence, originality of vision and dedication to practice.

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SURFACE: Emerging Artists of New Mexico

SURFACE: Emerging Artists of New Mexico

June & July 2018

SURFACE is an annual juried exhibition, endowed awards and professional development program presented by Harwood Art Center, to support the creative and professional growth of emerging artists and to expand their visibility and viability in our community.

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Natalie Voelker: Fortitude

Natalie Voelker: Fortitude

May 2018

Natalie Voelker’s exhibition, Fortitude: Portraits of the Perseverant, is a collection of large-scale portrait paintings depicting the complexity of human experience through the lens of the intimate, personal, and specific.

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Luanne Redeye: Frames

Luanne Redeye: Frames

August 2018

Luanne Redeye’s exhibition, Frames, is a series of mixed media works and portrait paintings that weave together historical and personal narratives, familial relationships, and creativity as a way to heal.

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Aún No Escrito / Unwritten: Kemely Gomez

Aún No Escrito / Unwritten: Kemely Gomez

September 2018

Inspired by political discourse on immigration policies in the United States, Kemely Gomez has created a mixed-media installation that displays the stories of immigrant families in her community.

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Jessica Kennedy: Beautiful Unwanted

Jessica Kennedy: Beautiful Unwanted

October 2018

Beautiful Unwanted deals with harmful invasive species and the impact they have when introduced into foreign ecosystems, usually for reasons of human greed or naïve fascination with the unfamiliar or “exotic.” The works in this exhibition are intended to acknowledge the destructive force of these species, while simultaneously honoring their aesthetic beauty and inherent value as life forms.

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David Disko & Dani Jeffries: View From Above

David Disko & Dani Jeffries: View From Above

October 2018

The view from above inspires. It’s a fresh and unexpected perspective relative to the landscape. It reveals the beauty and interconnectedness of things great and small. The view from above is about the vastness of the land outside our door and 20,000 feet up, but it is also about personal imaginings within us all.

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12×12 Fundraising Exhibitions

12×12 Fundraising Exhibitions

December 2018

An exquisite evening of art and tasty treats from our favorite restaurants. Over 250 youth, emerging and established artists from New Mexico are contributing to this year’s 12×12 exhibitions. Fundraiser & Exhibition Opening: Saturday, December 1, 6 – 8pm

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Prelude

Prelude

November & December 2018

Prelude, 12×12’s featured exhibition of original works by some of New Mexico’s most brilliant artists, highlights the intersections of art, design and daily living. Participating artists are Joshua Atlas, Jennifer DePaolo, Chela Gurnee, Annalea Hart, Karl Hofmann, Kenji Kondo, Zahra Marwan, Kevin Pierce, Valerie Roybal, and Pamela Wesolek.

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2017

Far Places: Mary Sweet

Far Places: Mary Sweet

August 2017

Far Places features paintings and woodblock prints of three far-flung and awe-inspiring places in the world: Cathedral Lake in the Maroon Wilderness of Colorado, Greenland, and the Shikoku Japan 88 Temple Trek.

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SURFACE: Emerging Artists of New Mexico

SURFACE: Emerging Artists of New Mexico

June & July 2017

SURFACE is an annual juried exhibition, endowed awards and professional development program presented by Harwood Art Center, to support the creative and professional growth of emerging artists and to expand their visibility and viability in our community.

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Plantcraft: Joanna Keane Lopez

Plantcraft: Joanna Keane Lopez

May 2017

Plantcraft investigates place, the human being’s relationship with flora and natural materials, the southwestern landscape’s interaction with architecture, as well as the mystique and the stories of plants that heal.

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TAXI!: Christian Gallegos

TAXI!: Christian Gallegos

May 2017

Christian Gallegos’ vibrant paintings in TAXI! reflect his personal experience growing up at the intersection of the street life and art scene of New York City.

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Leo Neufeld: The First 50 Years

Leo Neufeld: The First 50 Years

April 2017

Throughout his creative journey, Neufeld’s masterful skill and passion for aesthetics is evident. Whether painting commissioned portraits, commemorative works, or New Mexican and Californian landscapes in plein air.

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Encompass: A Community Celebration

Encompass: A Community Celebration

March 2017

Encompass, a multi-generational art event features four exhibitions, open artist studios, hands-on art making projects, music, food, and the unveiling of our newest mural.

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Verge: Margaret Fitzgerald

Verge: Margaret Fitzgerald

January 2017

The paintings in Margaret’s exhibition represent a process of channeling visceral imagery and ideas into the physical world. Margaret’s sculptures involve an exploration into the fragility and strength of nature.

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Hot Iron

Hot Iron

January 2017

The Iron Pour in Tucumcari has been drawing artists from across the US since 1999. Hot Iron
introduces Albuquerque to a broad sample of the art that is produced each year in this amazing New Mexico setting.

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