Alamogordo is seeing a renaissance in new cultural arts focused business interests opening in this historic downtown zone. Led by Roadrunner Emporium, 928 New York Avenue, Otero Artspace located in the historic Woman's Club Building, and the newly opened Copper Herron Art Gallery on 1120B New York Avenue, Alamogordo.
ATTENTION OTERO COUNTY ARTISTS Otero Arts will be holding a Virtual Art Exhibition via Facebook beginning November 15, 2021. Submit images NOW!...
Book Signing and Artist Meet the Artists September 4th 6 pm to 8 pm Roadrunner Emporium Fine Arts Gallery Alamogordo New Mexico5 Time State & 19 Time District Champion, Coach Bob Sepulveda & Coach Gary Hveem the Golden Years Book 2 Release Party & Art Show Septe...
Roadrunner Emporium Fine Arts Gallery, Antiques and More, 928 New York Avenue Alamogordo New Mexico is showcasing 3 artist with expanded offerings during the month of July. Showcased on exhibition include...
Roadrunner Emporium & Fine Arts Gallery, 928 New York Avenue, Alamogordo New Mexico is pleased to announce the addition and expansion of the collections of three esteemed New Mexico artists; Delia Lopez Holloway, Marty Torres and Rene Sepulveda on exhibition to be seen in person or a snapshot of a few of the works are available for viewing online at 2ndLifeMedia.com
Delia Lopez Holloway, Alamogordo is recognized for her vivid coloring and interpretative abstract style on canvas. Most of her showcased creations are abstracts and interpretative portraits of beautiful women that are vivid coloring, deep in expression translate raw emotion and energy onto the canvas. Her works have been featured on the cover of NMSU Magazine and are found in both private and public collections throughout the Southwest.
Marty Torrez, La Luz evolved from 33 years as a visual merchandizer, makeup artist and dancer to professionally trained artist receiving her degree from NMSU. He works include mixed media paintings utilizing texture colors and a variety of textiles against canvas creating a multi-dimensional prospective of color, texture and pure happiness bouncing to the viewer from the canvas. Mrs. Torrez’s expansive works are ever evolving and expanding with fans the world over.
Rene Sepulveda, former award winning, NCAA Track and Field Coach turned author and artist is the resident artist of Roadrunner Emporium and Fine Arts Gallery. He is recognized for his nod to his Native American heritage in utilizing the natural elements of tree roots, fallen tree trunks, recycled metals and elements found in nature and reimagining them into abstract sculptured art that is highly collectible and prized. Several recent pieces have been purchased by collectors in London, Paris, Santa Fe and Mexico. Peruvian Arts and Culture Critic, Martin Durant, in a recent review commented that , “Rene Sepulveda is the foremost abstract natural artist in textured layers, color and design to come out of the Southwest US in the last decade.”
Meet Blanco the new spokespup for Roadrunner Emporium Fine Arts Gallery Antiques and More, Rene Sepulveda resident artist. 928 New York Avenue Alamogordo New Mexico.
Note Rene and Blanco run 10 to 15 mile runs together in the desert and mountains of Alamogordo New Mexico 4 to 5 times a week, when not running both are passionate about the arts and culture and outdoors of New Mexico.
Artist Rene Sepulveda launches the "Valley of the Fires Collection" under the direction of Artistic Director & Author Chris Edwards to critical acclaim.