Baca Street Arts District presents our 18th Annual Holiday Arts Tour! Starting at the corner of Cerrillos Road and Baca Street, everything is within walking distance. Unique gifts, bring the kids to see Santa, eat smores, buy art, even adopt a pet! Glassblowing, sculpture, jewelry, furniture, gem stones, pottery, clothing, paintings, cards, refreshments, and so much more! Maps available at participating shops.
4th Annual Baca Street Bash: Saturday, July 21, 2018
Groove to live music and DJs! Make a tee-shirt! Adopt a pet! Celebrate local artists! You’ll find all of this and more at the Fourth Annual Baca Street Bash on Saturday, July 21, from 4-8p.m.
This upstart block party just keeps getting better as more establishments join the fun. For the first time, the event will feature a Mobile Gallery Convergence on Flagman. Live music and DJs promise to keep everyone dancing. And while there will be lots of art to see, you’ll also get to make your own! The fun starts at the intersection of Baca and Cerrillos; from there, it’s an easy walk to the participating establishments:
Gallery Ethnica, 1301 Cerrillos Rd.: Pet adoption and snacks
counter culture cafe, 930 Baca St.
Natural Stones, 930 Baca St.: Make a free pendant!
Art.i.fact, 930 Baca St.: Art opening and poetry reading with Alas De Agua Art Collective
HYPERCLASH, 926 Baca Street, #1 Make a tee-shirt!
Liquid Light Glass Studio and Gallery, 926 Baca St., #3: Glass blowing demonstrations, “bee art,” and a presentation by master gardeners on bees
DJ Prairie Dog, 926 Baca Street parking lot: Spinnin’ tunes, sellin’ vinyl and art
Baca Street Beads, 926 Baca St., #5: Donna Nova offers glass bead making demonstrations, Julie Defeo hosts make and take jewelry, Wilbur Norman shows his photography, and Joseph Griffo shows his paintings
Gray Matter art + tools + oddities, 926 Baca St., #6 "Parlor Pieces" - Outside assemblages by Bill Skrips
ElleWell, 933 Baca St.: Kids’ activities and DJ
Baca Art House, 933 Baca St. : Free popcorn!
Anita West Fine Art Studio, 933 Baca St., Suite 1 Installation artist Dawn Lowndes gives talks at 6 and 8 p.m., plus plein air painting demonstrations
Molecule Design, 1226 Flagman Way: The Alex Perez Trio plays free form jazz
Axle Contemporary, Wild Cat Sister’s Heartsick Boutique, Flux Mobile, and Gustavo Castilla’s Mobile Tintype Studio at the Mobile Gallery Convergence in front of Molecule
Justin’s Frame Designs, 1221 Flagman Way Reception for Group Art Exhibition
Opuntia, 922 Shoefly St.: Live music and sidewalk chalk drawing
House of Ancestors & Sparrow Antiques, 1219 Cerrillos Rd.: Live Mariachi music
Celebrate summer and discover the Baca Street neighborhood – Santa Fe’s destination for unique, funky, and fabulous!
Elodie Holmes and Enrico Embroli
926 Baca Street #3
Santa Fe, NM 87505
June 22 - August 31
Opening Reception June 22, 2018 5:00pm-7:30pm
Liquid Light Glass is pleased to present “Guardian Odyssey”, an exhibition of new work by award winning artists Elodie Holmes and Enrico Embroli. Each of these new works was completed in 2018, the latest in the artists' well known “Guardian Series”. The intent of each piece is to express the spirit of old-world cultures and their relationships with the planet and humankind in the mediums of glass and bronze.
The theme of this new work is the odyssey: ornate bronze and glass boats with rising human figures on a journey to another realm of awareness and transformation. There are also glass waves rising up to convey their figures and boats on to a greater journey.
Brilliantly expressed through Holmes finely crafted, powerful glass figures and shapes and Embroli’s bronze masks, totems, figures, iconography and animals, the work speaks to our deepest emotions, both ancient and mysterious, yet remain relevant to our contemporary time and place.