Part of the City of Albuquerque Public Arts Program since 1995 and the artist is Reynaldo Rivera. Located in the Bear Canyon Arroyo,
Part of the City of Albuquerque Public Arts Program since 2011 and the artist is Michele VandenHeuvel. Located at the Eastside Animal Welfare Center
Part of the City of Albuquerque Public Arts Program since 2006 and the artist is Michael Naranjo.
I chose this photo today because I have been working really hard on my Master’s Thesis. I had to present the Thesis Proposal to the committee on March 17th. They liked the concept but felt it needed some tweaking. I gave them the resubmit that they asked for on April 7th and I found out it was approved on April 15th (All Things Are Possible ).
Having this approved is a huge weight lifted off as it means I can continue to move forward. I have 18 credits and one Master’s Thesis standing between me and my MFA in Web Design and New Media.
He is a friend of The Spaghetti Eater and he can also be found in Uptown Shopping Center.
I don’t know if The Spaghetti Eater is the actual name of this sculpture but if it’s not The Spaghetti Eater … it should be. He can be found pigging out in Uptown.
Interesting sculpture. I would never think to make a “creation” out of old car doors. There are people who would argue that this is not art. I think they are sadly mistaken!
There are sculptures like this one all over Albuquerque. This is the only one I know of with kids. Kids acting like kids and playing as they should be playing. It looks like they are having a good time!
He stands in front of The Covered Wagon in Old Town and has since at least 1990. He looks as if he were carved out of a tree.
I wonder if this statue was a real person how big this fish would have become each time the story was told.
Located at Tingley Beach.
I think this my be one of my favorite sculptures around Albuquerque. Again, there is no mention, that I can find, of who the artist is.