© 2018 by Galleria Carnaval. 

4018 Ice Caves Rd. NM-53, mile marker 46. El Morro, NM 87321

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Autumn Equinox through Winter Solstice;
Reflection
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This show features over 30 artists and offers a stunning diversity in style and expression. Stop in to see this amazing collection!
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Acoma Pueblo artist Sharlyn Sanchez is featured at the Galleria Carnaval. Her pottery is delicately hand painted and a true treasure to any art collection.
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Acoma Pueblo artist Walter Torres is also featured at the Galleria Carnaval! Walter produces some of the finest sculpture in the country. What a great privilege to show these fantastic pieces!
Galleria Hours:
Saturday - 9am - 5pm
Sunday -   1pm - 5pm
By Appointment -
galleriacarnaval@gmail.com
or call 505-717-7841
December 9th, 2019 -----
The D'vorah Curtis show was one of the gallery's brightest moments. It was invigorating to display such fine artwork. The best part is that the Galleria Carnaval will be retaining two of her incredible sculptures and the 'Baptism by Fire' and 'Salutation' Giclee prints from the pastel paintings she created. Stop in to see them!
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I have the best collectible sculpture selection I have ever had - come in and check it out! Walter Torres, Charlie Aaron, D'vorah Curtis, Eden Gloria, Alan Lewis, John Gleason, Ingrid Donaldson, Pati Hays and others. All have beautiful sculpture on display.
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The Lewis Family from Zuni Pueblo spans three generations of woodcarvers, and they are some of the finest around. Stop by and see their work. I have over 10 pieces from Alan, Loy, and Wynter.
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The Galleria Carnaval is

proud to offer several

fine art pieces from the

impressive Beverly Moody Collection. Featured are originals from Navajo painters Baje Whitethorne Sr. and Gilberto Jumbo, as well as a Zia Pueblo made bowl circa approximately 1940. 

 
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