Fourteenfifteen Gallery is an experimental, independent space for art
Featuring 40+ New Mexico Artists
Closing reception: Friday March 1, 6 - 9 p.m.
Join us in celebrating the art of daily practice! Fun-A-Day artists create art every day for the month of January, and the resulting pieces are shared with the public in a huge group art show.
Fun-A-Day is a 10+ year tradition at this art space, beginning under The Normal, continued under Tan Gallery and GRAFT Gallery, and the torch burns on in the hands of the L.o.A. collective.
How We Hold the Sun
Opening reception: 3.8.24, 6-9pm
Closing reception: 4.5.24, 4-7pm
How We Hold the Sun explores the transformational and relational qualities of light and water. This series consists of intimate portraits of the Rio Grande in Albuquerque, often shown as layered moments within a single frame. Light and shadow come together to show the potential for connection between landscape and body.
How can we show land and water as fluid, reciprocal experiences, rather than as fixed representations?
Anna Rotty is an MFA candidate at UNM. She investigates water, light and infrastructure, informing her understanding of orientation and place. Her work has been published by
Southwest Contemporary, Humble Arts Foundation, and Lenscratch, where she earned 3rd place in the Student Portfolio Prize in 2023. Anna is part of Collective Constructs, a collaborative group of artists and art historians responding with public visual scholarship to works from the permanent collection at the UNM Art Museum.