29th Annual Corrales Fine Arts Show

29th Annual Corrales Fine Arts Show, During the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta

The 29th Annual Corrales Fine Arts Show begins with a reception October 6 at the Old San Ysidro Church. The show will be open daily, October 7-15, 11am-5pm, except closing at 4pm on Sunday October 15th. The show opens after the morning’s Balloon events, and closes in time for you to make it to the evening’s Balloon events.

Corrales fine arts show
Old San Ysidro Church, Corrales

I love showing in this venue. The building itself is historic, and part of old New Mexico. The light in autumn is beautiful. A portion of the proceeds from the show go to maintain the structure. The show consists of paintings, sculpture, photographs, textiles, and other arts. It is as varied as New Mexico itself. The show is juried by artists.

This year I am showing three pieces:

Corrales fine arts show
Fruit of Ancient Myths
Corrales fine arts show
Corrales fine arts show

The show is free, as is parking. All items are available for purchase.

If you live in the Albuquerque area, or are coming to visit for the Balloon Fiesta, plan to visit the 29th Annual Corrales Fine Arts Show.

4 Replies to “29th Annual Corrales Fine Arts Show”

    1. Hi, Anita. Thank you! So nice to wake up to you this morning.
      Fruit of Ancient Myths began as pomegranates for the Persephone series. I’ve sold just the plain pomegranates. This winter in the midst of dealing with Life, I created the image you see here, had it framed, and hung it in my family room. It was in the Insight New Mexico show in April, and it sold. I didn’t even make it to the show, which is bad form, but I was in the midst of four little outpatient surgeries and I looked a bit like roadkill for several weeks. Even so, I immediately framed another piece (my framer has known me for years) and have it hanging on my wall. 🙂 ))))))))))))
      I’m really glad you like it! Thank you again, and also for stopping by ~ Susan

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