Bertrand Photos at Macey


Bertrand Photos at Macey To Benefit Socorro Non-profits

New Mexico Tech’s Performing Arts Series and three other local Non-profits will watch with interest at the September 11 opening of a showing of photos by local photographer John Bertrand at the Macey Center Gallery.  Under an unique arrangement, viewers of the exhibit between the opening date and November 8 will have an opportunity to take home the Bertrand photo of their choice from the exhibit (first come, first served) in exchange for a tax deductible contribution to one of four selected charities.  The sixty-six photos in the exhibit (except three) are marked 1/1, indicating the print is one of a kind and will never be reproduced.

The exhibit, titled “It’s a Small World,” features macro (close-up) photos of every-day objects observed by the photographer in Socorro and surrounding areas.  The photos will remain on exhibit at Macey through November 8.

Local Non-profits who will benefit from the showing are the Performing Arts Series, Puerto Seguro, Friends of the Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge and Good Samaritan Socorro.  Bertrand will donate the photos received by persons pledging contributions in “a reasonable amount” to these organizations while the exhibit is at Macey.

A reception for the photo exhibit, catered by Chartwells, will be held in the Macey Gallery from 5:30-7:30pm on Saturday, September 16, preceding PAS’s season opening theatrical performance of “She Kills Monsters” by the Vortex Theater.

Photos by Bertrand, who bills himself as a “hobby” rather than a “professional” photographer, have previously been featured in one-man showings at the ‘M’ Mountain Coffee House, and at the Socorro Chamber of Commerce Gallery Wall.  The 66 pictures in the current exhibit all were taken with a simple Nikon camera.

“I strive in my photography to present common objects in a perspective that may have been overlooked,” Bertrand said.  “I hope that viewers of this exhibit will find some new insights and moments of humor.”

HISTORY / HER STORY Opening Reception Sept. 15, 6 to 8 pm @ Warehouse 1-10


Warehouse 1-10 is proud to present HISTORY / HER STORY in collaboration with David Richard Gallery.
Six New Mexico Women Photographers make a strong statement about their lives and the issues influencing them.
In addition to this exhibition Warehouse 1-10 will host two related events.
D.Y.I .P Clinic by Jessamyn Lovell, Saturday September 23,2017 noon to 3pm and a film screening; Grab a Hunk of Lightning, a documentary film on the life of acclaimed documentary photographer Dorothea Lange as seen through her granddaughters eyes film director Dyanna Taylor.

Goewey’s at The Rustic Antler

SAT. AND SUN.,AUG.12-13, SCOTT AND SUSAN GOEWEY will be showing their work during the Carrizozo Fest at the RUSTIC ANTLER Restaurant and Gallery, once known as the Valle del Sol golf course club house on Route 380 east of town.  Besides their nationally recognized work in POTTERY, PAINTING, and TAPESTRY WEAVING, they will be joined by jewelry artist DELFINA DIEM of Alto, N M.   All this and quality New Mexican FOOD.  Open 10-5 both days.575-648-4424

Socorro Picture Framing Fall Sale


Socorro Picture Framing Clients and Friends:
The Fall is quickly approaching. This time of the year is “Back to School”, and right around the corner is the County Fair. Now is the time to take advantage of our ‘ready made’ picture frames. 5X7, 8×10, 11×14, and all sizes in between. Frames start at just $5. No frame is greater than $20. Some of these frames would retail for over $100! First come first serve. And while you’re at it, take 15% off all framing orders placed during the month of August! Hope to see you soon!

Alamo Gallery & Gifts


Alamo Gallery & Gifts has been referred to as Socorro’s shopping mall. It is because of the variety of art and gifts that are presented by over 40 local artists. To complement the home there are fine paintings in water color, oils, pastels, pen & ink, lithography; stunning photography; wooden furniture & accessories; glass and ceramic dishes and bowls; and much more. There is a variety of jewelry, scarves, tie dye, rocks, toys, and collectibles. We, also, have artists who offer photo restoration, flowers for the occasions in life, and fudge. The gallery is located at 1008 N California, just south of Socorro Springs. The hours are 12 to 6 PM on Tuesday through Friday and 12 to 4 PM on Saturday. The phone is 575-835-ARTS (2787). Come in and see.

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Warehouse 1-10

Warehouse 1-10 is a contemporary art space located in Magdalena, New Mexico. Its mission is to host and provide a support platform for experimental, performance and contemporary art projects of established and emerging artists.