Welcome to The Karen Wray Gallery in Los Alamos, New Mexico!

Don't miss this Duo Exhibition:  Kate O'Donnell and Ann Marie Trapp, "When Oil and Water Mix, "October 18 through November 10.

 

Painting Classes:  This fall's painting classes have been cancelled due to a serious family health issue. We will start painting classes again in January. Beginning Oil Painting I and II Classes run eight weeks from 9:30-12:30 for $215 plus supplies. 

Artists:  Join us every Friday from 9:30am-1pm for Open Studio! Bring your art supplies and paint alongside fellow artists. We supply the easels, tables, chairs, coffee and snacks for $5.

 

 

Nestled on the Pajarito Plateau, at the foot of the Jemez Mountains in Northern New Mexico lies the once secret city of Los Alamos. Now known worldwide as the top-secret scientific base of the Manhattan Project during WWII, it is home to the Los Alamos National Laboratory and the city of Los Alamos. Creativity extends beyond this community’s scientific background into the arts, dance, and music. We invite you to experience the culturally-creative side of our unique community.

The Karen Wray Gallery in historic Los Alamos, New Mexico is a local independent art gallery that represents professional and emerging artists of Los Alamos and our close neighbors. We also provide painting classes taught by local, professional artists right in our gallery space.

Stop by and visit us! We are located at 1247 Central Avenue, Suite D-2; an easy walk from the Bradbury Science Museum. 

We are open Monday-Friday 11am-4pm and Saturday 10am-4pm. Taking a Sunday tour of Los Alamos? Just call 505-660-6382 to schedule a visit.

 

 

 


Featured Artist
Kate O'Donnell


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Janice Parker Muir: Solo Exhibition Visualizations of Earth and Sky Music
July 21, 2018

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