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A graduate of the Academy of Art College in San Francisco, Randall LaGro has lived in Taos, NM fo... Gustavo Victor Goler was raised in Santa Fe, New Mexico among a family of Latin American art cons... Located on Gallery Row in the central historical district, Greg Moon Art prides itself in continu... Tracy Turner, a native of the west, was influenced in her early life by spectacular...
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Discover the mecca for inspiration in Taos, New Mexico - The Outdoors, Art, Culture, History. Find hotels, restaurants, events and things to do at TAOS.org. Taos is an art colony, a world-class ski resort, an ancient community and land of Earthships. Taos is a place of convergence – of cultures,...
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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...
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Sarah Stolar’s expressive, large-scale images of women capture internal, psychological aspects that express qualities of power, vulnerability, and alter-egos. The stories told raise issues of femininity and societal expectations of women, investigating the contradictions that arise from these...
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Directory of Taos galleries specializing in quality contemporary fine art produced by studio artist from Northern New Mexico. Taos, New Mexico fine arts galleriy guide featuring fine arts and fine crafts. TAOS Entertainment & Adventures - TAOS Business & Services.
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Eanger Irving Couse, Couse's House, Oil on Canvas Board, Circa 1910, 9.5" x 11.5" Couse used the same two individuals, Ben Lujan and Geronimo Gomez, as the subjects for the majority of his paintings. Though the lines and colors of Couse's work are quite smooth, it is possible to see Lujan and Gomez age over time. Usually they are kneeling or squatting, engaged in a quotidian task such as...
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Navigate the cultural landscape of Taos, Taos Ski Valley, Taos Pueblo, Red River, Angel Fire, and northern New Mexico including maps, business information, events, special offers. Part IV of our series about Taos artists exhibiting beyond features seven artists Hank Saxe Allen Polt Susan Folwell Charlotte Shroyer Ira Lujan Ollie Bell and Larry Bell… read more ». Aug 18, 2017 - Sep 3, 2017...
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Valerie Graves was awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award for Fine Art at the prestigious Taos Invites Taos Show at the Taos Fall Arts Festival by the Taos Medical Services Foundation who sponsored the highly acclaimed show. She joins R.C. Gorman and Agnes Martin in receiving that special honor. She has won the Best Traditional Painting Award in the Taos Fall Arts Festival for over seven years...
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Taos Mountain provides a commanding back drop for this in-town Bed and Breakfast. The American Artists Bed and Breakfast is an oasis for body and mind where the artwork of American artists of the Southwest is not only a major feature but one where the art of providing gracious accommodations and gourmet fare is given equal emphasis to ensure that your visit is truly enjoyable. Call...
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American artist Joseph Henry Sharp briefly visited Taos in 1893. While studying painting in Paris two years later, he met and became friends with two other young American art students, Ernest L. Blumenschein and Bert G. Phillips. Sharp told them about the northern New Mexico village of Taos and the spectacular landscape. Blumenschein later wrote “I remember being impressed as I pigeon-holed...
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Joseph Henry Sharp, Bawling Deer Taos, Oil on Canvas, 16" x 13" While working in Montana, Sharp began amassing a huge personal collection of Native American artifacts and costume. It was important to him that these things be preserved and understood, and that he was closely connected to and had a thorough understanding of his subject matter. He even made sure that he got to know all of his...
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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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LaVerne Nelson Black, Taos Indian Night Watch, Oil on Canvas Board, 16" x 20" LaVerne Nelson Black was born in Viola, Wisconsin, in the Kickapoo River Valley. His interest in art came early, when he mixed pigments with local earth and plants in order to draw. When his family moved from Viola to Chicago, Black's access to art supplies improved; studying at the Chicago Academy of Art, Black...
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Oscar Berninghaus, Taos Pueblo and Indian, Oil on Panel, CIrca 1914, 8" x 12" The light and landscape of the region captivated Berninghaus and, even when wintering in St. Louis, the sights and scenes of Taos were his primary subject matter. This ability to paint what he could not see in front of him, as he did when painting Taos natives from his studio, was both an intellectual conceit and a...
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Earned a Fine Arts degree from Highlands University in Las Vegas, NM and discovered his true calling in life: saint-making. A community ceramic facility dedicated to spreading contemporary clay culture within Taos County, and across the country. Explore "A Lifetime in New Mexico/Passion in Paint” featuring the works of Taos artists PJ Garoutte and Don Brackett. Over the last thirty-eight years...
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Taos Fall Arts is the oldest arts festival in Taos. We have been around since 1974 and showcase emerging and established artists within Taos County. The festival includes three major art shows: The Distinguished Achievement Award Showcase, The Taos Select, and the Taos Open. The Festival represents over 250 Taos County artists annually. All mediums are welcome. Taos Fall Arts Festival 2017...
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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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Renowned for the art colony that flourished here in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, Taos continues to be a magnetic vortex for artists, writers, and creative mavericks. Envision Gallery is proud to carry on the artistic legacy of this world-renowned mountain town, once frequented by such luminaries as painter Georgia O’Keeffe, photographer Ansel Adams, and writer D.H. Lawrence....
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E. L. Blumenschein, Taos Indian Fishing, Oil on Canvas, c. 1920, 20" x 16" Blumenschein continued his studies in Paris, and also kept working as an illustrator, supporting himself easily. In fact, during this time in Paris, his illustration work was much in demand by American magazines, his commissions mounting every month. He also illustrated several books, including Jack London's first book,...
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