Luanne Redeye, Untitled (Cornplanter), 2014, serigraph (Handcut and Handpainted Stencils), 18 x 13 inches

Studio Sale in the Gallery

May 15-21, 2015

516 ARTS’ first Studio Sale in 2015 was wonderfully successful for both the artists and 516 ARTS, and we were excited to once again present this fundraising event featuring Albuquerque-based, contemporary artists who, using the popular studio sale format, are selling discounted works from their inventories and making new work on the spot. Visitors were able to meet the artists and buy work off the wall to take home. Artists were present during weekend hours. Visitors were given the opportunity to build thier collections and connect with exceptional artists!

Artists included: Fernando Delgado
, Laila Cola Weeks, 
Ann Dunbar, 
Elizabeth Fritzsche, 
Thomas Christopher Haag, 
Hirsh Greene Press Archive
, Rachel Popowcer
, Luanne Redeye
, Carol Sanchez, 
Lauren Tobey
 and Joan Weissman

The Studio Sale fundraiser was accompanied by an in-person, silent auction of artwork contributed from local collections, including pieces by Norman Akers, Chaz Bojorquez, Matt Magee, Aaron Noble and more. Bidding closed Saturday, May 21, 4pm.

Artist featured in the Hirsh Greene Press Archive section of the Studio Sale include Beth Van Hoesen, Mark Adams, Gordon Cook, Fritz Scholder, Stephen McMillan and Margaretta K. Mitchell.

What is 516 ARTS and why support it?

516 ARTS is an independent, nonprofit, 501(c)3 charitable organization. Our mission is to forge connections between art and audiences, and our vision is to be an active partner in developing the cultural landscape of Albuquerque and New Mexico. We value inquiry, diversity, collaboration and accessibility. 516 ARTS offers participants unique opportunities to experience and engage in new, challenging and thought-provoking work in the context of our particular place and time in world culture. Our programs inspire curiosity, engagement, dialogue, risk-taking and creative experimentation, showcasing established and emerging local, national and international artists from a variety of cultural backgrounds.

516 ARTS is important to support because it is a one-of-a-kind, grassroots organization, serving as a vital engine for the arts and the creative economy through the following efforts: providing contemporary arts programs in an accessible learning context, reaching a wide audience of residents, visitors, families, schools and the community; being a thriving hub for the arts in the Downtown revitalization process, attracting crowds for arts and culture activities; playing a key role for the arts and culture in New Mexico and the Southwest by leading expansive collaborations that bring together artists, businesses, and public, private and civic organizations around our common concerns to make a bigger impact than any of us could have alone; and offering world-class arts experiences that showcase Albuquerque as a true arts destination.
516 ARTS is a small organization with a big reach, but we can’t do it without community support. So, come out and buy work at great prices from the 516 ARTS’ Studio Sale in the Gallery!

Valerie Roybal, Zig Zag 20 (detail), collage and ink on clay-board; 10 x 8 inches

Studio Sale in the Gallery

May 14-21, 2014

516 ARTS presents a fundraising event featuring Albuquerque-based, contemporary artists who, using the popular studio sale format, are selling discounted works from their inventories and making new work on the spot. Meet the artists and buy work off the wall to take home. Artists will be present during weekend hours. Build your collection and connect with exceptional artists! 

Featured artists are Bret Aaker, Lea Anderson, Travis Black, Jessica Chao, Sally Condon, Evan Dent, Jessica Kennedy, Cheryl Dietz, Valerie Roybal, Brooke Steiger and Joshua Willis.

Vintage Tamarind prints 

This event includes a selection of vintage Tamarind lithographs and prints by renowned artists at very special sale prices to benefit 516 ARTS. Artists include Travis Whitfield, Suzanne Klotz Riley, Andrew Dasburg, Leonard Lehrer, Roy De Forest and more. These Tamarind works and additional prints are courtesy of the collection of Holly Roberts.

What is 516 ARTS and why support it?

516 ARTS is an independent, nonprofit, 501(c)3 charitable organization. Our mission is to forge connections between art and audiences, and our vision is to be an active partner in developing the cultural landscape of Albuquerque and New Mexico. We value inquiry, diversity, collaboration and accessibility. 516 ARTS offers participants unique opportunities to experience and engage in new, challenging and thought-provoking work in the context of our particular place and time in world culture. Our programs inspire curiosity, engagement, dialogue, risk-taking and creative experimentation, showcasing established and emerging local, national and international artists from a variety of cultural backgrounds. 

516 ARTS is important to support because it is a one-of-a-kind, grassroots organization, serving as a vital engine for the arts and the creative economy through the following efforts: providing contemporary arts programs in an accessible learning context, reaching a wide audience of residents, visitors, families, schools and the community; being a thriving hub for the arts in the Downtown revitalization process, attracting crowds for arts and culture activities; playing a key role for the arts and culture in New Mexico and the Southwest by leading expansive collaborations that bring together artists, businesses, and public, private and civic organizations around our common concerns to make a bigger impact than any of us could have alone; and offering world-class arts experiences that showcase Albuquerque as a true arts destination.

516 ARTS is a small organization with a big reach. But we can’t do it without community support. So, come out and show your support for 516 ARTS and the artists in our community by buying work at great prices from the 516 ARTS’ Studio Sale in the Gallery + Contemporary Art Auction!