Michael Abatemarco

Staff Writer

Convergence Gallery features two Utah-based contemporary realists in its latest exhibition: Tyler Swain, known for his depictions of natural subjects and contrasting distressed backgrounds, and Justin Wheatley, known for his stark, unsentimental renderings of rural and urban architecture and landscapes.

Elizabeth Hahn's quirky paintings often feature elaborate mosaics of color and pattern against which female figures walk, dance, and climb while engaged in a variety of dynamic activities.  

Burqueño, reggae, and rock band Revíva kicks off AMP Concerts spring series of 10 concerts Emerging from the Pandemic with...

In advance of UNESCO's International Day of Light, Currents 826 opens the doors to its spring exhibition Altered Light for an optimal nighttime viewing experience.

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Thanks, Maria. We've updated it.

mabatemarco commented on Letters to the editor, May 21, 2015

Hi Patricio. As an avid walker, I agree with most of your comments except that, in Santa Fe, instances where pedestrians are forced into the road or shoulder is not rare but common because sidewalks disappear without rhyme or reason after half a block, are poorly maintained and hazardous, or…

Thanks John. I can get it fixed Monday on Mon.

There is nothing illegal about carrying papers

mabatemarco commented on Art in Review: June Wayne

Thank you for your comment, Joan. And thanks for the link to your article. I will check it out.

Michael

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