Alameda Studio Tour

    

7th Annual Alameda Studio Tour
September 9 & 10, 2017

The seventh annual Alameda Studio Tour will be held Saturday, September 9 and Sunday, September 10, 2017 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. both days at artists’ studios located throughout the scenic Alameda valley area, just north of Albuquerque. Alameda is home to many established and emerging fine artists and skilled craftspeople who will open their studios and sell their work during the two days of the tour. The wide range of art for sale includes paintings (oil, acrylic, watercolor, pastels, and encaustic); pottery, fused glass, photography, mixed media, prints, fiber arts, jewelry and more. There’s even a llama family to visit!

Nestled in Albuquerque’s north valley is the historic village of Alameda, the center of the Alameda Land Grant in the 17th century. Originally a farming community of handcrafted adobe homes surrounded by irrigated fields, Alameda retains much of its original character today. Narrow dirt and gravel roads lead to rustic adobe houses, horse and cattle pastures, apple orchards and brilliant green alfalfa fields. Throughout the lovely rural area, artisans welcome visitors to their studios and enjoy sharing their creative art.

The Alameda artists will donate a portion of their proceeds to Art in the School, a non-profit art education organization which benefits children. ArtintheSchool.org

For a printable map of the studios and more information about the participating artists, visit the website: AlamedaStudioTour.com

The seventh annual Alameda Studio Tour will be held Saturday, September 9 and Sunday, September 10, 2017 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. both days at artists’ studios located throughout the scenic Alameda valley area, just north of Albuquerque. Alameda is home to many established and emerging fine artists and skilled craftspeople who will open their studios and sell their work during the two days of the tour. The wide range of art for sale includes paintings (oil, acrylic, watercolor, pastels, and encaustic); pottery, fused glass, photography, mixed media, prints, fiber arts, jewelry and more. There’s even a llama family to visit!

Nestled in Albuquerque’s north valley is the historic village of Alameda, the center of the Alameda Land Grant in the 17th century. Originally a farming community of handcrafted adobe homes surrounded by irrigated fields, Alameda retains much of its original character today. Narrow dirt and gravel roads lead to rustic adobe houses, horse and cattle pastures, apple orchards and brilliant green alfalfa fields. Throughout the lovely rural area, artisans welcome visitors to their studios and enjoy sharing their creative art.

The Alameda artists will donate a portion of their proceeds to Art in the School, a non-profit art education organization which benefits children. ArtintheSchool.org

For a printable map of the studios and more information about the participating artists, visit the website: AlamedaStudioTour.com

Bachechi Open Space – Bernalillo County
The Bachechi property is 27 acres of fertile valley farmland located at 9521 Rio Grande Blvd. NW, just south and east of the adjacent 8-acre Alameda Open Space that is owned and operated by the City of Albuquerque Open Space Division.

The Bachechi Environmental Education Building (BEEB) is a community facility intended to support environmental education and resource-based recreation on the premises. The trail is open from dawn to dusk throughout the year.
Contact: Bernalillo County Open Space staff, (505) 314-0400
www.bernco.gov/community-services/bachechi.aspx

 

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