Then and Now art show. Decades of art making.
“I was young and foolish then; now I am old and foolisher.” Mark Twain
These artists have practiced their art with joy, and as an intergual part of their life.
Kim always had an interest in art, painting, drawing, jewelry design, photography, and graphic arts. In College he discovered the performing arts that led to a life long career in theater. Kim gained numerous credits on the technical side of movies and theater, performance (in a punk band) and design in the performing arts on the West coast, East Coast , Canada, and points in between. Kim worked on and off for 10 years with the Santa Fe opera.
Teaching @ Bard College, University of Delaware, University of Colorado, and New Mexico Highlands followed with a stint of Head Scenic Charge painter for two years @ Yale University. The same position @ the Santa Fe Opera got Kim back to New Mexico to stay.
With his quirky view of the world through his art, Kim does enjoy art making..
In the last few years his work has been accepted to the recycled Art Show and several juried exhibits at Fuller Lodge in Los Alamos NM.
Artist statement:.........When live action meets a live audience the feeling that "anything could happen at any moment" springs to life. My work in theatre has brought me close to this phenomenon.
Frank McCulloch's is the granddaddy of Albuquerque artists. His list of exhibitions and awards covers the entire wall. His retrospective exhibit in 2008 at the Albuquerque Museum was such a testament to his vast career and enormous talent. A recipient of the New Mexico Governor's Award in the Arts, University of New Mexico Distinguished Alumnus of the Year, Albuquerque Arts Alliance Bravos Award, and AABA Local Treasure, is just a partial list of his recognition as a painter and an artist here in the land of enchantment. Born in Gallup in 1930, with a BFA from UNM and Masters from NM Highlands and Istituto Allende, Mexico, Frank taught art to many of our noted Albuquerque artists including Angus Macpherson.
Reception: Thursday, June 13th 5 – 8PM
Wednesday - Saturday: Noon to 6 p.m.
Sunday: Noon to 3 p.m.
423 Central av sw
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Rush Dudley, Curator
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