Our upcoming December 5th holiday show will feature a drawing for a $500 Mystery Box!
Our "What's in the Box?" event will feature a wide range of gift-worthy handmade creations, from original paintings and mosaics to fine jewelry, crafts, and quirky collectibles. The Mystery Box itself will contain $500 worth of original artwork, gift items,… Continue
The Marigold Parade today celebrating Día des Muertos in Albuquerque's South Valley is one of the year's best events. I hope you'll go check it out if you've never been!
The parade begins at 4:00 at Central Familiar and Isleta and continues north on Isleta to the Westside Community Center. The celebration will feature music, food, altars, videos, and mumerous art vendors until 8pm. Free to the public. Suitable for all ages.…
On October 31st, members of New Mexico Youth Organized will hit the Burque streets for a massive nonpartisan Get Out the Vote drive called “Trick or Vote.” The costumed force of about 200 young people will meet at Lower Johnson Field on the UNM campus at 5pm and fan out in neighborhoods across the city on Halloween to remind people to vote on November 4th.
Trick or Vote is part of a national effort to encourage youth participation in the electoral… Continue
Halloween is a spooky night, but clubs usually cater to those who want to get into the various S.P.I.R.I.T.S of the evening. Have checked out links to likely spots in Albuquerque. You probably know of some great spots I've missed. You may know which ones offer spectacular contests, good music, entertainment that is above average, and so on.
For starters: Is anyone wearing a costume in 2008? What are you going as? Homemade? Store… Continue
Our November, 2008 First Friday Artscrawl event marks our first Dia De Los Muertos celebration. For this event, we have three featured artists: Elaine Russell (one of our co-owners), Vanessa Brown, and Sue Orchant. Read on to learn more about our highlighted artists--Elaine… Continue
Tonight is our three-hour Grand Opening Celebration!
Come on out for the Northeast Heights Artscrawl and jump into the fun as our gallery celebrates its grand opening.
Enjoy work by over 55 artists and craftspeople. Jump start your holiday shopping. Shop local. Mingle with the artists. Enjoy refreshments and live bellydancing by the Sultry Kittens Bellydance Troupe. Come see what we're all about.
Enjoy work by over 55 local artists and craftspeople, in a wide range of genres and techniques (including jewelry, oil painting, mosaic, sculpture, bronze, watercolor, silk painting, glass, pottery, photography, and more!). We’ve taken this place from dream to reality and we want you to share in the fun.
We've been open for business for a couple of weeks now and we've gotten great feedback from fellow artists and local shoppers. Most call our approach "daring" and "exciting" and have been happy to see the results of our well-laid plans.
This photos shows the gateway from our main featured hallway, leading into our larger gallery space (with 20-foot ceilings). Work on display in this image includes pieces by Caitlin Padilla, Christian Gallegos, Jeannette Lyle, Rich… Continue
Many people have asked who we are. We are proud to present our current artist list (updated frequently, as we get new members).
We're getting ready for our soft opening (any day now!) and we're offering up a teaser of some of the artists and work we're housing. We've already made sales to people passing by our window display--and we're not officially open yet!
The Wooden Cow Gallery is currently home to 55 artists (25 owners and 30…Continue
I know there was a post a few days ago about Sophia's being on 'Diners, Drive-ins and Dives' and I responded to say that I knew the show would be filming at The Standard Diner on Central as well. Today I got a call from one of the owners of The Standard, telling me to invite all my friends to come to lunch tomorrow (Thursday 8/21), and be in the background for filming. I guess they're starting filming in the morning and will continue throughout the day. The restaurant opens at 11 am and if you… Continue
This past weekend my husband and I needed to get out of town, but did not want to go too far or be gone long, the perfect solution was to go forward into the past in Lincoln County. It is only about 2 1/2 hours from Albuquerque to the town of Lincoln, and all of the drive interesting. Most people here are familiar to some extent with the Lincoln county wars, and pretty much any on who are been an American for a few years has heard of Billy the Kid (hey did you see the exhibit at the Albuquerque… Continue