Member Exclusives

‘O’Keeffe and Moore’ Members Preview

  • Saturday, September 30
  • 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM MT
  • 2000 Mountain Rd NW, Albuquerque, NM 8710

Member Exclusive: Members receive a first look at O’Keeffe and Moore in Albuquerque before it opens to the public.

O’Keeffe and Moore is traveling from the San Diego Museum of Art to the Albuquerque Museum! Meet us in Albuquerque on Saturday, September 30 for a joint Members Preview before it opens to the public. Learn more about the O’Keeffe and Moore exhibition.

This event is for all Members ($55+) and will be held at the Albuquerque Museum. To RSVP or for more information, contact Angelique Kuenstler, Membership and Annual Fund Manager, at [email protected] or 505-946-1011.

Albuquerque Museum 2000 Mountain Rd NW, Albuquerque, NM 87104.

Have questions or want to become a Member? Contact our Membership Office at 505-946-1022 or [email protected]. Or click the link below to join today!

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Vertical watercolor of seated female nude on mostly light and dark blue background. Seated with legs folded resting on other. Body back leans in blue background. Left and right arms at sides of body. Face has shadow and hair is brown color. Source of light comes from the front in areas of body. Nude No. IX, Self-portraits as noted in #176.

Event Classes

Online Class: Finding the Figure


Thursday, September 28


Large pinkish/orange shell that dominates most of the canvas, with a much smaller shell beside it on the lower left. Both are oval in shape and open to their undersides, exposing the dark glossy pink of the inside of a shell. They are nestled on a white cloth or tissue paper that has folds suggesting a depth, as if the objects are in a box. The larger shell is chipped on it's upper left tip.

Event Classes

Online Class: Shells & Pebbles in Mixed Media Drawing


Friday, September 29


Left: Three conical green trees rise up from the base of the work and extend into the central and left portions of the piece. In the center of the image, a rounded tree with a yellowish center emerges above the green trees. Behind the central red tree and to the right, a narrower, rounded red tree can also be seen. The sky, visible in the upper corners of the work, is a dark blue. Right: A version of the same painting but where the green and red pigments are muted into golden brown.

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