J. Wayne Gallery has recently moved into the space which used to be Shiprock Trading in Old Town Albuquerque. We stopped in one day to say hello and found ourselves in a lovely space with J. Wayne's gorgeous paintings meticulously displayed. While he carries other items as well, his focus is on the paintings.
I hadn't been in that space for a while. Wayne has done a wonderful job on the lighting, and the floor is whitewashed brick. On the chilly day we visited, he had a cheerful fire crackling in the fireplaces.
"The Antonio Vigil House is a single-story Territorial Style home, built in 1879 as rental property during the pre-railroad boom. It was constructed of terrones (dried sod bricks) by Santiago Baca, a rancher, businessman and politician."
Stop by and visit Wayne in the gallery. You may find a painting that you just have to have hanging on your own wall.
J. Wayne Gallery
413 Romero Street NW
Albuquerque, NM 87104