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Visit the historic art studios of Taos Society of Artists founding members E.I. Couse and Joseph H. Sharp. Visionaries in Clay features Native artists whose bold work helps to define our understandings of Native identity and cultural expression. The exhibition draws from the impressive historic pottery collection of E.I. Couse and from the work of contemporary Native artists in northern New...
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Taos Art Calendar aggregates the calendars of three of Taos’s most active arts programmers: the Harwood Museum of Art, Taos Center for the Arts, and SOMOS, the literary society of Taos. Postings from Taos artists and galleries are also included. Art calendar is an aggregation of website content from Harwood Museum, Taos Center for the Arts, and SOMOS in Taos, New Mexico. Additional content...
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Artist Valerie Graves, Art of the Southwest, Original Paintings, Prints, Posters- Taos and Santa Fe, NM, Traditional Southwestern Landscapes and Indian Scenes, Pastels and Oils, Taos New Mexico Artists. Graves is showing in the The 6th Annual Taos Historic Museums Fandango Charity Gala at the...
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Housed in the historic Ferdinand Maxwell house, this unique collection features art from the early to mid twentieth century. The Transitional periods are displayed with the paintings to create an atmosphere evoking the early Southwest experience. With a focus on the New Mexico images made famous...
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If TAO fits into your vision, please join us. Our intention is that this organization will attract local, national and worldwide attention and reveal the Taos area as the strong “artists’ colony” that our. A powerful art community organization is created when we all focus on moving the energy...
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Palacio de Marquesa (formerly Casa de las Chimeneas) is a Taos inn set in the mountains of northern New Mexico. Ready to plan your Taos retreat? Book online. The natural and cultural beauty of Taos began drawing artists in the early 1900. A number of very notable women artists settled in Taos. The fabric of the stories of the Taos community was woven by notable women including Millicent Rogers,...
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Native American and American Indian antiques and artifacts from the Southwest Pueblos, Plains, East Coast and California tribes. Pueblo pottery, Southwest jewelry, Nacvajo rugs, blankets and weavings, Seminole Indian dolls and clothing, as well as Mexican silver jewelry and holoware at 2 Star Trading, Santa Fe, NM. Imagine entering a lovely home in historic Santa Fe. The first things you see...
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The cowboys, the Native Americans, the settlers, the mountain men and others who tamed the West...share their adventure through the rotating exhibits on display at the Museum of Western Art where the legend of the American West lives on. The Museum of Western Art is dedicated to the appreciation, presentation and promotion of Western American heritage as expressed through art and artifacts. It...
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The Collector's Guide to Art in Santa Fe, Taos and Albuquerque, New Mexico. The Hub for New Mexico Art on the Web including lodging and travel in Santa Fe, Taos and Albuquerque, New Mexico. Santa Fe Taos Albuquerque Las Cruces Ruidoso/Lincoln County Silver City Las Vegas Roswell. Collector's Guide to New Mexico Galleries & Artists.
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Contemporary ceramics gallery in downtown Taos, New Mexico featuring the ceramics of Logan Wannamaker and other nationally renown ceramic artists. Specializing in atmospheric pottery influenced by the hues, formations and geography of the New Mexico Landscape.
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​Our gallery is a collaboration of regional artists in the disciplines of painting, watercolor, photography, sculpture, jewelry & fiber arts; among others. The gallery was originally founded as the Enchanted Dreams Foundation Art and Antique Emporium to benefit children with autism. Owner, Lois Fernandez transformed the gallery into the Taos Artist Cooperative in March of 2009 which became the...
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The Collector's Guide to Art in Santa Fe, Taos and Albuquerque, New Mexico. The Hub for New Mexico Art on the Web including lodging and travel in Santa Fe, Taos and Albuquerque, New Mexico. This summer, an exciting new celebration of the city’s rich artistic and cultural traditions unfolds across The City Different. For the Summer of Color, leading museums and other institutions are presenting...
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The High Road to Taos Scenic Byway is a lovely, winding road through the Sangre de Cristo Mountains between Santa Fe and Taos. It offers magnificent vistas of snow-capped peaks, alpine meadows, and charming traditional Spanish and Pueblo villages. This lovely scenery has inspired many artists and artisans who live along the High Road, some of whom are featured in our blog: We welcome you to...
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The PASEO is a free outdoor art festival dedicated to bringing the art of installation, performance and projection to Taos, New Mexico's historic district. While The PASEO is free to the public, it costs a lot of time, effort, and funding to pull it off, for one important reason: all artists are paid for their work. If you are able, please donate to the cause. Every donation, large or small is...
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Visit New Mexico for a unique family vacation filled with exciting activities like skiing, hiking, shopping and sight seeing. Every September in northern New Mexico artists on the "High Road to Taos" open their studios and galleries during the last two weekends for the High Road Art Tour. Explore the beautiful mountainous "High Road" in the autumn when the trees are changing colors and enjoy...
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Taos galleries delight art collectors seeking paintings, sculptures & fine crafts. Numerous restaurants cater to those with a taste for award winning European cuisine as well as a splendid palette of New Mexican fare. For the adventurer there is unmatchable hiking, skiing and river rafting. Taos is a visitors' paradise, rich in history, culture and scenic beauty. The Native American, Spanish...
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Located in Taos, New Mexico, the John Dunn House Shops line a beautiful pedestrian walkway linking Taos Plaza and Bent Street. 20 unique, independently and locally owned shops and eateries offer something for everyone - handmade leather goods, uncommon fabrics, books, kitchen supplies, fossils and minerals, antique maps and manuscripts, New Mexico art & crafts, beautiful comfortable shoes and...
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The purpose of the Taos Watercolor Society is to encourage and promote the production of professional quality watercolor. Watercolor is defined as any water media on paper; including but not limited to watercolor, acrylic, ink, distemper, casein, and mixed media. “Art is a process where I can honor the joy, beauty, and meaning in objects, nature, and people. Subjects touch me with their visual...
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Artisan Felts, made by Kundalini Yoga Teacher, Jiwan Shakti, in Taos, New Mexico, are perfect and practical Sacred objects to bring with you wherever you go. The combination of the wool that these Sacred Felts are made of and the love that is put into them makes them truly a high vibe treat. Wool yoga mat for healing and comfort! Since yoga is all about healing and nurturing, you might like to...
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If you are searching for a home, land or business, we have the best tools and services available in Taos. Let our experienced Real Estate Brokers go work for you! When you choose to work with Dreamcatcher Real Estate, you are dealing with professionals who have in-depth and intimate knowledge of the local real estate and business scene and who appreciate the natural beauty and the rich cultural...
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