Artist Studio By Ellen Berkovitch/Photos by Kate Russell


Zen and Now: The distilled concentrations of Lucy Maki's shape paintings
Trend magazine, Spring 2015, pp. 124-127

Visualizing Albuquerque: Art of Central New Mexico

 
VISUALIZING
ALBUQUERQUE
... the Albuquerque Museum’s exhibition titled Visualizing Albuquerque, curated by Joseph Traugott, will investigate the unique history and present of central New Mexico art and serve as an umbrella for institutional partners. Traugott says, ”Albuquerque artists found their own artistic voice after World War II and transformed a western boom town into a thriving art center. This exhibition demonstrates how an influx of modern-minded Californians moved to Albuquerque and changed the city by unleashing the creativity of local artists. The resulting abstract works broke with traditional New Mexico scenes. By including women and their concerns, ethnic perspectives, popular culture subjects, and political content after 1980, Albuquerque artists synthesized an aesthetic that shunned commercial trends. Visualizing Albuquerque revels in the region’s diverse artists and reveals how their distinctive fusions have bridged aesthetic divides and cultural rifts.”
 
January 31, 2015 to May 3, 2015

Steady rise of ABQ art exemplify growth and maturity by Wesley Pulka


The Albuquerque Journal, December 28, 2014...Exhibit 208 featured "Lucy Maki: ASLANT 2014"  a major solo exhibition by one of the city"s most talented artists.

Geometrics


Oeno Gallery invites you to join us on July 26th for the opening reception of
Geometrics, a group exhibition with work by Alex Cameron, Shayne Dark, Parvis Djamtorki, Burton Kramer, Etienne Labbe, Lucy Maki, Paula Murray and Wesley Neal Rasko. Outside, enjoy our Sculpture Garden in full bloom.   

Exhibit echoes Earth's axial tilt by Wesley Pulka


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    The Albuquerque Journal, Mar 23, 2014 - “Satellite” by Lucy Maki is a high-energy construction that reveals the artist's consummate skill. ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Lucy Maki, though not ...

Culture Shock by Lisa Barrow: Lucy Maki's new exhibit gets angular...


 
 
The Alibi, Feb 26, 2014 - Lucy Maki is a well-established visual artist who's spent the last three decades living and working in Albuquerque. Her distinctive abstract work ...
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