ArtsThr¡ve: 27th Annual Art Exhibition and Benefit
Oct
20
Dec 3

ArtsThr¡ve: 27th Annual Art Exhibition and Benefit

  • Albuquerque Museum of Art & History

The Albuquerque Museum Foundation presents its 27th annual ArtsThr¡ve exhibition and benefit, featuring works by Radebaugh and over 100 additional juried artists. Proceeds benefit the Museum's educational programs and exhibition support. 


Preview Exhibition
Jan
3
Mar 30

Preview Exhibition

  • April Price Project Gallery

Works by April Price Project Gallery's artists, including Jo and David Antresian, Margaret Holman Fitzgerald, Robert Elis, Frank Ettenberg, Ed Haddaway, Lin Johnson, Alan Paine Radebaugh, Mary Ann Strandell, Shawn Turung, and Susan Zimmerman

New Mexico Perspectives
Dec
22
Mar 31

New Mexico Perspectives

  • Bernalillo County Building, 10th floor

Recent acquisitions by Bernalillo County Public Arts of work by four New Mexico artists, including two paintings by Alan Paine Radebaugh, Bosque I and Bosque III

Opening Reception: Thursday, January 12, 5:00 — 6:30 pm

The Art of Giving
Dec
10
Mar 4

The Art of Giving

  • The New Mexico Cancer Center

28 paintings by Alan Paine Radebaugh plus works by 17 other artists.
Presented by the New Mexico Cancer Center Foundation

Reception (free and open to the public): Sunday, December 18, 2016,  4:00 — 7:00 pm

Miniatures and More 2016
Oct
21
Dec 4

Miniatures and More 2016

  • Albuquerque Museum of Art and History

Opening and Preview (a ticketed event): Saturday, October 22

Miniatures and More 2015
Oct
24
Dec 6

Miniatures and More 2015

  • Albuquerque Museum of Art and History

Opening and Preview (a ticketed event): Saturday, October 24, 2015

Thursday, November 19
Members viewing with champagne from 5:00 to 6:00 pm
Lecture open to public at 6:00 pm
Museum is free to the public from 5:00 pm to 8:30 pm

For more information: 505-243-6546

The Arctic
Jun
1
Aug 31

The Arctic

For two weeks in summer 2015, Radebaugh will immerse himself in the landscape and seascape of the Arctic. He will travel to Whitehorse, Yukon; drive the Dempster Highway; ferry across the Peel and Mackenzie Rivers; and cross the Arctic Circle to Inuvik, Northwest Territories. By boat, he will reach the Arctic Ocean. While at the Arctic he will study, draw, and photograph and return to his studio in New Mexico to paint images of this region—the northern most point of the Interior Plains of Canada. Paintings from this excursion will be exhibited at the Harwood Art Center in 2016, among other venues.

On The Map Exhibition: Views from the Beach
Apr
4
Aug 30

On The Map Exhibition: Views from the Beach

  • April Price Project Gallery, Hyatt Downtown

In the spirit of plein-air painting, this show, presented by the April Price Project Gallery, features many emerging and accomplished artists who are living and working in Albuquerque. All works relates to the artist's experience of the river, ponds, and trails at the oasis in the heart of our city known as Tingley Beach. 

Opening Reception: Saturday, April 4th, 5:00 — 8:00 pm

On the Map Exhibition: Middlescapes
Jan
31
Jun 30

On the Map Exhibition: Middlescapes

  • April Price Project Gallery, Hyatt Downtown

The April Price Project Gallery presents this group show featuring artists who are international in spirit, yet nourished by the New Mexico landscape.

Opening Reception: Saturday, January 31, 5:00 — 8:00 PM

On The Map Exhibition: The Bomb — selected art highlights
Jan
15
Feb 28

On The Map Exhibition: The Bomb — selected art highlights

  • South Broadway Cultural Center

The Bomb, curated by Augustine Romero and on show at the South Broadway Cultural Center, will serve up a panoramic overview of the last ten years of local art production in New Mexico. The Bomb, a new and explosive visual arsenal of art, embraces the transformation of materials into new works that characterize the contemporary art scene.  

Opening Reception: Thursday, January 15, 6:00  9:00 PM

Small Works: Ghost of Sea
Oct
3
Oct 30

Small Works: Ghost of Sea

  • Harwood Art Center

The Harwood Art Center presents the 4th solo exhibition of Ghost of Sea, exhibiting the small (08”x 10” to 20” x 20") paintings from Radebaugh's project.

Reception: Friday, October 3

Alan Paine Radebaugh: Ghost of Sea 2014
Sep
26
Dec 28

Alan Paine Radebaugh: Ghost of Sea 2014

  • Nicolaysen Art Museum

The Nicolaysen Art Museum presents the fourth solo exhibition of Radebaugh’s Ghost of Sea—"landscape paintings shifting between abstraction and representation". The exhibitions differ slightly with new paintings added and a few withdrawn as Alan continues his exploration of the North American Interior Plains.

Artist reception and gallery talk: Friday, November 7, 6:008:00 pm

Works on Display at Design Studio
Apr
15
Dec 30

Works on Display at Design Studio

  • April Price’s Design Studio / Gallery

April Price's Design Studio / Gallery, located in the Hyatt Regency Downtown, Albuquerque, is now displaying assorted works for summer 2014. 

Artist in Residence
Apr
1
Apr 30

Artist in Residence

  • Gushul Studio, University of Lethbridge

In May 2014, Alan returned from a month-long residency at Gushul Studio / University of Lethbridge in Alberta, Canada. During the month of April, he painted and traveled throughout the Plains and Rockies of Alberta and British Columbia, gathering inspiration for paintings for his Ghost of Sea project. He also gathered information for a journey he will make to the Arctic Circle in 2015.