Albuquerque gallery owner uses art to forge bonds, reach out to others

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Albuquerque gallery owner uses art to forge bonds, reach out to others

Sheri Crider works in her studio in Albuquerque. Crider is the owner of Sanitary Tortilla Factory, in Albuquerque. She organized a sketchbook-exchange program between local artists, Working Classroom students at Albuquerque’s South Valley Academy and girls in juvenile detention. The results of the sketchbook-exchange project, which continued for three months, were displayed Dec. 9 in “The Story of Ourselves,” an exhibit at Sanitary Tortilla Factory.
Sheri Crider, owner of Sanitary Tortilla Factory, center, chats with Adriana Ortiz, an artist, left, and Luis Carlos Munoz, who works for Working Classrooms, inside the gallery with work from “The Story of Ourselves” exhibition in Albuquerque.
Sheri Crider, owner of Sanitary Tortilla Factory, left, chats with Noah McLaurine, an artist, second from left, and Suzanna Finley inside the Sanitary Tortilla Factory gallery with work from “The Story of Ourselves” exhibition in Albuquerque.
Sheri Crider, poses for a photo in her studio in Albuquerque. Crider is the owner of Sanitary Tortilla Factory in Albuquerque. She organized a sketchbook-exchange program between local artists, Working Classroom students at Albuquerque’s South Valley Academy and girls in juvenile detention. The results of the sketchbook-exchange project, which continued for three months, were displayed Dec. 9 in “The Story of Ourselves,” an exhibit at Sanitary Tortilla Factory.

Albuquerque gallery owner uses art to forge bonds, reach out to others

Sheri Crider works in her studio in Albuquerque. Crider is the owner of Sanitary Tortilla Factory, in Albuquerque. She organized a sketchbook-exchange program between local artists, Working Classroom students at Albuquerque’s South Valley Academy and girls in juvenile detention. The results of the sketchbook-exchange project, which continued for three months, were displayed Dec. 9 in “The Story of Ourselves,” an exhibit at Sanitary Tortilla Factory.
Sheri Crider, owner of Sanitary Tortilla Factory, center, chats with Adriana Ortiz, an artist, left, and Luis Carlos Munoz, who works for Working Classrooms, inside the gallery with work from “The Story of Ourselves” exhibition in Albuquerque.
Sheri Crider, owner of Sanitary Tortilla Factory, left, chats with Noah McLaurine, an artist, second from left, and Suzanna Finley inside the Sanitary Tortilla Factory gallery with work from “The Story of Ourselves” exhibition in Albuquerque.
Sheri Crider, poses for a photo in her studio in Albuquerque. Crider is the owner of Sanitary Tortilla Factory in Albuquerque. She organized a sketchbook-exchange program between local artists, Working Classroom students at Albuquerque’s South Valley Academy and girls in juvenile detention. The results of the sketchbook-exchange project, which continued for three months, were displayed Dec. 9 in “The Story of Ourselves,” an exhibit at Sanitary Tortilla Factory.
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