What is Art*o*mat®?

What is Art*o*mat®? Created by Clark Whittington in 1997, Art*o*mat® machines are retired cigarette machines that have been converted to VEND ART! For only $5 you can collect paintings, drawings, sculpture, photography, jewelry, glass, mixed media and more -all the size of a pack of cigarettes. There are over 100 active machines in various locations throughout the country. Victoria Brown (that's me), and El Centro de Santa Fe are proud to host the first machine in New Mexico which debuted in February 2013. There are now machines in the Range Cafe in Bernalillo, the Standard Diner in Albuquerque, in the Meow Wolf Art Complex in Santa Fe, the Inn of the Governors in Santa Fe, and in Caffe Greco on Canyon Road in Santa Fe.

Wednesday, October 14, 2015

New Work From Santa Fe Artist Featured for Dias de los Muertos!

Featured: Hand painted polymer clay with "tin work" Sugar Skull Wind Chimes by Victoria Brown
There comes a time in every artist's life where they have to toot their own horn so here I go.....WOOT! WOOT! I am pleased to report that I have created a new line of art for Art*o*mat® and it is perfect for this time of year.  Welcome Autumn and Dias de los Muertos with my new hand painted polymer clay with "tin work" Sugar Skull Wind Chimes!  Each one is different and all have been placed inside the "Black bART" Art*o*mat® at Standard Diner in Albuquerque.  I will be making more for the future but not before Dias de los Muertos gets here so hurry up and snag them before they disappear! Standard Diner is just a few blocks west of I-25 on Central Ave SE in Albuquerque.  Open daily from 7-9 pm.
Find my Sugar Skull Windchimes in the Art*o*mat at Standard Diner in Albuquerque!

320 Central Ave SE, Albuquerque

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