ART123 Gallery

 

ART123 Gallery is dedicated to showcasing a broad range of local artists, opening a new solo or group show each month. ART123 is a hub of creativity, featuring Native and non-Native artists, established and emerging artists, and everything from abstract painting to watercolor landscapes to photography to contemporary jewelry to sculpture. ART123 also offers artist talks, artist demos, and artist-led workshops and classes throughout the year.

Stay up-to-date with ART123 on Facebook @ART123Gallery.

ART123 Gallery Address: 

123 W. Coal Ave. in downtown Gallup (87301)

ART123 Gallery Hours:

Tues. – Fri. 1 – 5pm
Sat. 12 – 4pm

ART123 Gallery Show Openings: 

Every second Saturday from 7 -9 pm

Shows
Artists Exhibited

2020 ART123 Gallery Show Schedule:

January – 4th Annual Member Artist Group Show 
Check out winter-inspired work by a diverse group of eight ART123 Gallery Member Artists. 

February – 8 x 10 x 20 Artist Challege
Local artists have accepted the challenge to create ten 8″ x 10″ 2D works in twenty days–see the results!

March – 6th Annual Youth Art Show
In honor of National Youth Art Month, ART123 Gallery will be overflowing with artwork by preschoolers to high school seniors from across McKinley County.

April – The April Show
Welcome the spring with a mixed media show of new work by dozens of local artists. 

May – Shannon Gurley O’Donnell
A watercolorist with an eye for beauty and a flair for the spiritual, Shannon Gurley O’Donnell never fails to surprise.

June –  Sacred Lands, Sacred Souls
Three Gallup High School graduates share work in honor of the Class of 1980’s 40th reunion. 

July – Interactive Art Exhibit
Details TBA!

August – The August Show
Celebrate Gallup’s culture, history and diversity in a group show of local artists.

September – Christian Bigwater
Navajo painter Christian Bigwater embodies the past, present and future of his culture.

October – Dana Aldis
Dana Aldis is an exceptionally talented animal portraitist. 

November – Arnulfo Peña
Native artist Arnulfo Peña explores themes of identity, veterans issues and nature in his paintings.

December – 5th Annual Member Artist Group Show

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