Contact NMSG for further information
Santa Fe, Sunday May 27
iron pour
In conjunction with "The Union" and DC productions
Sunday, May 27.  8:00AM - 8:00PM
Location: 1240 Calle de Commercio, unit B
Contact-Information: 252 258 4597
Placitas, Saturday April 28


The Spring meeting of the Guild will be held at the home and stone carving studio of Don Tubesing in Placitas, from 2PM to 5PM on Saturday, April 28.

AGENDA: Status of Summer Show Other show opportunities Status of NMSG Membership Drive Marketplace opportunity A discussion about stone carving - Kathy Caricof, Marble Institute of Colorado Bring slides or CDs of your work to share with the group. Refreshments and discussion  

DIRECTION: exit I 25 at #242 (The Northmost Bernalillo exit) go east, up the hill toward Placitas on Highway 165 for 4.9 miles turn right (south) on Tunnel Springs Road and go 4/10 mile. turn right on La Puerta Trail and go 3/10 mile turn right at #41 La Puerta Trail -- Tubesing home and studio  

Little Rock, Arkansas.
Art consultant in Little Rock, Arkansas looking for an artist or artists who creates life-like looking animals (life size) in cast bronze (edition work preferred) for an art project in Arkansas.  Call or e-mail Greg Thompson - Greg Thompson Fine Art, Inc. PO Box 251765 Little Rock, Arkansas 72225. Ph: (501) 664-2787 Fax: (501) 664-6520, GTFineArt@aol.com
Rinconada, NM. April 14-17, 2007


Southwest Stonework/Saxe Stonecarving Workshop Spring Session

Application & detail available at www.saxstonecarving.com or call Mark Saxe at (505) 579 9179

Littleton, CO. February 28, 2007
4th Annual Sculpture Competition sponsored by Sculptural Pursuit Magazine, a quarterly art/literary publication form Littleton, CO. Grand Prize: Cover photo with feature article and photos in July, Fall 2007. More information at http://www.sculpturalpursuit.com
Rinconada, NM. February 2, 2007
"Broken and Repaired" juried show at Rift Gallery in Rinconada, NM.  Artists are invited to submit up to two images relating to the theme.  For guidelines and prospectus, http://www.riftgallery.com E Show dates March 3 - April 15, 2007.
Taos, NM. January 31, 2007

Seeking sculptors for future exhibition as a comment or investigation on Crypto Jews and Conversos. The show may include work on hiding and revealing family secrets. This show will have at least two venues. Contact information: Deborah Rael-Buckley

Santa Fe, NM. January 31, 2007
The City of Santa Fe Arts Commission, through its Loaned Art Program, is accepting proposals for artworks to be placed at Entrada Park. Artists with existing three-dimensional artworks that are appropriate for outdoor, passive public display are encouraged to submit proposals. More information at the City of Santa Fe Arts Commission at 505-955-6707 or via email at degarcia@santafenm.gov

- Santa Fe, NM. Saturday, January 27, 2007

New Mexico Sculptors Guild Annual meeting
- Saturday, January 27
- Same Place: Stewart Udall Bldg, 725 Camino Lejo, Santa Fe.
- Same time: 2-5 PM
Santa Fe . NM. January 20, 2007  POSTPONED......


725 Camino Lejo.

Stewart Udall building,

2nd floor,

Museum Hill

Santa Fe, NM



Take Old Santa Fe trail - east from the intersection of Old pecos trail.Go straight at the stop sign at Camino Corrales. Turn right on Camino Lejo. The Stewart Udall building is on the right.

Open to the public.

Los Alamos, NM. December 2006

Call for artist: Outdoor fountain. Approx. $20.000. Public art commission for a FireStation in White Rocks. Send resume, pictures of existing work, relevant sketches and/or proposal to Minji Park, New Purchase SubCommittee Chair, Art in Public Places Board, Los Alamos County. P.O. Box 30. Los Alamos, NM 87544


Albuquerque. NM. October 22, 2006

New Mexico Sculptors Guild
Quarterly Meeting

Sunday, October 22, 2 – 5 PM

Albuquerque Museum Auditorium

Film - Andy Goldsworthy - “Rivers and  Tides”


Santa Fe, NM. August 31 , 2006

The Art in Public Places Program (AIPP) of New Mexico Arts announces the second biannual New Mexico Only Purchase Initiative.  New Mexico artists at all stages in their careers are invited to submit slides or digital images of artwork available for purchase.  Receipt deadline for submissions is 5:00pm on Thursday, August 31.  The goal of the New Mexico Only Purchase Initiative is to continue to diversify the State’s Public Art Collection by purchasing existing artwork from artists who are living and working in New Mexico.  Art will be purchased for approximately 50 different public art sites.  The available amount for each site ranges from $1,000.00 to $5,000.00

A complete Prospectus #181 can be downloaded from NM Art's website at http://www.nmarts.org/Art in Public Places, or call Deanna Draudt at 505-827-6490 (Santa Fe) or 800-879-4278 (outside Santa Fe), or email a request to aipp@state.nm.us.

Santa Fe, NM. August 6, 2006

Loaned Art Exhibit

Description:   The City of Santa Fe Loaned Art Exhibit is a wonderful opportunity for artists to connect to the community and contribute to the beauty of Santa Fe through the public display of their artwork at locations throughout the entire city. The Santa Fe Arts Commission will be accepting proposals from galleries, individuals, and artists to loan their work. Upon acceptance, the pieces will be installed in a variety of striking sites across the city.  Finally, the exhibit honoring the 2006 lenders will run throughout the year.

Download the Loan Proposal Form
Download the suggested sites list
Bernalillo, NM. August 4, 2006

The Bernalillo County Open Space Advisory Committee (OSAC) and the Bernalillo County Arts Board (BCAB) is sponsoring a series of opportunities for artists to visit the various Bernalillo County Open Space properties and through inspiration of the sights and sounds of these beautiful spaces, create art in whatever medium they choose for consideration to be purchased by the County’s Public Art Program.  For registration information contact Becky Alter of the Bernalillo County Open Space Program at 314-0433 or Sherri Olsen of the Bernalillo County Public Art Program at 768-4257.

Albuquerque, NM. July 28, 2006
Wall Treatment Artwork for Three-Story Tall Elevator Shaft, which may include a Water Feature. The project intent is to commission an artwork wall treatment and/or water feature installation on the three-story tall, interior elevator shaft wall at the Mid Region Council of Government Administrative Offices in Albuquerque, NM.  Average Public Art Project budgets at Bernalillo County normally range between $30,000 – $50,000. Call the Bernalillo County Public Art Program Manager, Sherri Olsen, at (505) 768-4257 or e-mail ssolsen@bernco.gov. Or, visit the Mid-Region Council of Governments web page at http://www.mrcog-nm.gov/about_MRCOG.htm
Santa Fe, NM. July 11, 2006
The City of Santa Fe Arts Commission is seeking to commission an artist/artist team to design, fabricate and install a bronze artwork that commemorates the U.S. soldiers and marines who fought in the Korean War. The commission is $16,000 inclusive, which has been provided by the New Mexico State Legislature.  Download the RFQ for specific & timeline
Cuyamunge, NM. July 8, 2006


From the North (Espanola)

Take Hwy 84/285 South through Pojoaque.
Take exit 177, Buffalo Thunder Road.
Cross the highway. Continue south on the East Frontage Road
Go past the Pojoaque Tribal Administration building
Take the next left, Arroyo Cuyamunge Road
Follow the road to the right, just past the cellular towers.
Take the next fork to the right on to Tango Road.

Mole Studio, #28,  is about ½ mile on the right.

New Mexico Sculptors Guild
Quarterly Meeting

Saturday, July 8, 2 – 5 PM

Presentation and Studio Tour
The process of glass casting

Slide show of member's works
If you would like to present images of your work,
please bring 35 MM slides or a CD.


Richard Mole Studio
28 Tango Road


From the South (Santa Fe)

Take Hwy 84/285 North through Tesuque.
Take exit 176, Cuyamunge.
Continue North on the East Frontage Road
Go past Gabriel's Restaurant and the Chevron Station.
Take the next right, Arroyo Cuyamunge Road
Follow the road to the right, just past the cellular towers.
Take the next fork to the right on to Tango Road.

Mole Studio, #28,  is about ½ mile on the right.

Cincinnati , June 21st-24th, 2006
International Sculpture Center, conference and registration at http://www.sculpture.org   Special meeting of Sculptors and Affiliate Groups at the Cintas Center, Xavier University. Download the flyer for more information
Silver City, May 18, 2006
The Art in Public Places Program (AIPP) of New Mexico Arts seeks to commission up to ten temporary, visually engaging and conceptually rich environmental artworks to be exhibited in and around Silver City, New Mexico. The proposed artworks should relate to this year's theme of alchemy. Project Amount - $1,500 per project for up to 10 projects. This project is open to New Mexico residents only. More information at http://www.nmarts.org/prospectus.html
Santa Fe, April 8, 2006


Membership meeting, Saturday April 8, 10 AM. Direction: Take Old Santa Fe trail - east from the intersection of Old pecos trail. Go straight at the stop sign at Camino Corrales. Turn right on camino Lejo. The Stewart Udall building is on the right.
Santa Fe, NM. February 21, 2006
The City of Santa Fe Arts Commission, in partnership with the City of Santa Fe Engineering Division, is seeking an artist/artist team to work as a member of the design team for the Acequia Trail Pedestrian Overpass.  The selected artist/artist team will work with the engineering consultant to develop integral art for the overpass and related structures.  Total compensation will be up to $50,000 inclusive for design services.  Travel expenses up to $3,000 will be paid based on the City of Santa Fe’s per diem and mileage policy if the selected artist/artist team resides more than 35 miles beyond the Santa Fe City limits. The deadline for submission of materials is Wednesday, February 22, 2006 at 2:00 p.m.
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