Fay Abrams founded her first crafts gallery in Old Town in 1974 as a showcase for local artists with a flair for taking ideas and materials far beyond the confines of standard application. They have shaped, forged, hammered and woven stone, glass, wood, fabric, clay, and other materials into objects that are as beautiful and sometimes provocative; as they are one-of-a-kind. Owners Liz Dineen and Jennifer Rohrig will answer your questions about each object with the kind of knowledge, pride and enthusiasm that is normally reserved for a parent discussing her child.
Hours of Operation
Mo to Sa from 11:00 AM to 06:00 PM,Su from 12:00 PM to 05:00 PM
3500 Central Southeast, Albuquerque, NM
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Step from the hot sun of historic Route 66 into
this cool, old fashioned parlor of Indian art and antiques for a browse through western history. Paintings, clothing, memorabilia, textiles and jewelry fill every nook and cranny of this ...
The walls of this Old Town gallery tell a story
of world history and reflect the beauty of New Mexico as interpreted on canvas by local artists. The World War II art of Ben Turner, a Gallup native was ...
Mike and Martha Gowen operate their Old Town gallery as
a showcase for a number of local artists. You can find their award winning works here at Gowen Arts. On sale are works by John Saunders, Jim Anderson, Nikki ...