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  • Allen Polt Portrait Artist

    Representational oil painter and portrait artist Allen Polt lives and works in Taos. He creates heirloom portrait masterpieces for clients around the country. visit site »

    Annell Livingston News for Annell Livingston

    Inspired by the landscapes of New Mexico, Annell paints abstract visions of linear space. visit site »

    Barbara Zaring

    Barbara's abstract oil paintings deal with memory, history and the duality of contemporary life. visit site »

    Brenda Doucette Artist

    The artist uses classical methods of under-painting, glazing, and highlighting to create deep and vibrant colors in her still life oils on linen. visit site »

  • Cami Thompson Artist

    After a successful career as a fashion designer, Cami decided to concentrate on oil painting. She has worked en plein air in Alaska, Colorado, and New Mexico and in Europe. visit site »

    Carolyn Schlam News for Carolyn Schlam

    A painter, sculptor, and glass artist who studied in New York, Carolyn now resides in Taos. She is the author of two books on the creative process. visit site »

    Celina Porter Designer

    Fashion designer Celina's new line is inspired by Korean drama and is titled Hanbok to K-Pop visit site »

    Chama Valley Studio Tour

    Over 40 artists open their studios over Labor Day weekend for a free event. Families welcome! visit site »

  • Charlotte Shroyer

    Vibrant fine art and weavings, insightful essays by nationally-acclaimed Taos artist. visit site »

    Choma Gallery

    Abstract fine art by Marika Choma including original large-scale oil paintings and drawings. Work is bold, bright and clean in execution, visionary in origin. visit site »

    Chris Dahl-Bredine

    Through these images I intend to convey the feeling of peace, the sense of wonder and awe that one feels while flying above the earth. visit site »

    Claire Haye, artist

    Claire Haye is a Taos original. View her vibrant art and friendly jewelry at Claireworks in  Arroyo Seco north of Taos. Open every day. visit site »

  • El Rito Studio Tour

    Stroll from studio to studio in this quaint New Mexico village and discover unique art, weavings, photos & pottery. First weekend of October. visit site »

    Gak Stonn Photography

    Northern New Mexico scenic photographer - art from the inside of your mind to the far reaches of the New Mexican soul. visit site »

    Gaucho Blue Gallery

    Contemporary artist owned gallery featuring high quality fine art & crafts by local New Mexico artists. visit site »

    Geraint Smith Photography

    Land of Light photo workshops and personalized photo tours. Join me in exploring the lands that have been my inspiration for over 30 years. Fine art prints available online. visit site »

  • Gus Foster

    Panoramic photography. Originals and posters. visit site »

    High Road Artisans

    Between Santa Fe and Taos, this charming byway passes through Spanish and Pueblo villages. Many artists live along the High Road and present their work during a fall art tour. visit site »

    Larry Bell Studio

    Works on paper, Mirage Paintings, Sumer bronze sculpture, the Time Machine on exhibit. visit site »

    Moreno Valley Arts

    Producing & supporting a wide array of artists, arts-based activities and events - Angel Fire ArtsFest, live theatre & concert events, arts & crafts fair, and year-round art trail. visit site »

  • Mountain Mist Photography

    Red River photographer's images of Northern New Mexico and the American Southwest. visit site »

    Northwest New Mexico Arts Council

    Community arts program; art shows and performances in the Farmington area. visit site »

    Pedernal Art Tours

    Just west of Abiquiu - Youngsville, Coyote & Arroyo de Agua are the setting for a weekend festival of local studio tours, musicians and great food. June 25-26, 2011. visit site »

    Rio Chama Valley Studio Tour

    Free studio tour every Labor Day weekend. Artists open their studios to display and sell directly to the public. Painting sculpture, jewelry, glass, metal and fabric art.   visit site »

  • Stephen Kilborn Gallery

    The complete paintings, pottery and posters of Taos artist Stephen Kilborn. visit site »

    Susan Pasquarelli

    Taos artist offers abstract expressions of nature, color and form. visit site »

    Terrie Hancock Mangat

    Internationally known textile artist from Taos, NM. visit site »

    Abiquiu Studio Tour

    Every Columbus Day weekend, the many artists in the Abiquiu area open their studios to welcome visitors to see their inspirational work spaces and works of art. visit site »

Galleries

  • Act 1 Gallery

    Paintings, sculpture, jewelry, ceramics and fine handmade furniture. Sculpture garden. visit site »

    Farmington - Art Community

    Visit our museums and galleries to experience Southwestern art in the land where it is created. Also outdoor theatre, performing arts & symphony events. visit site »

    Gaucho Blue Gallery

    Contemporary artist owned gallery featuring high quality fine art & crafts by local New Mexico artists. visit site »

    High Road Artisans

    Between Santa Fe and Taos, this charming byway passes through Spanish and Pueblo villages. Many artists live along the High Road and present their work during a fall art tour. visit site »

  • La Tierra Mineral Gallery

    Offering the finest collection of rare minerals, fossils, carvings, artisan jewelry and fetishes in Taos, in the John Dunn Shops. visit site »

    OCHO Art + Event Space

    Hosting working artists, rotating exhibitions, classes, workshops, films, talks, yoga, dances, music events and pioneering adult learning experiences called PlayLabs. visit site »

    Stephen Kilborn Gallery

    The complete paintings, pottery and posters of Taos artist Stephen Kilborn. visit site »

    Taos Center for the Arts

    The place for independent films, professional music and dance performance, lectures, and community events. visit site »

Museums

  • Salmon Ruins Museum, Research Center, and Library

    Conserving the historic and prehistoric resources, landmarks, remains, and records of the Four Corners Area. visit site »

    Taos Art Museum

    Featuring the art of the early Taos Society of Artists, and housed in the historic hand-built home of artist Nicolai Fechin circa 1930. visit site »

    Taos Historic Museums

    Visit the Blumenschein Home & Museum and La Hacienda de los Martinez in Taos. Click for more info and upcoming events. visit site »

    Acoma Haaku Museum

    Opened in the spring of 2006, the museum showcases the profound history, art, and life way of the Acoma People. visit site »

  • Chimayo Museum

    Located in the center of a 1740 Spanish settlement in a classic adobe with viga ceilings and dirt floors. Exhibits range from traditional to contemporary arts native to this area. visit site »

    Couse-Sharp Historic Site

    They came to Taos to paint. They left a legacy. Visit studios of two of the founding members of the Taos Society of Artists. Eanger Irving Couse and Joseph Henry Sharp. visit site »

    DH Lawrence Ranch

    160-acre Kiowa Ranch is in San Cristobal, 10 miles south of Questa. It was the home of DH and Frieda Lawrence from 1925 till his death in 1930. It is open for public tours in summer months. visit site »

    Farmington - Art Community

    Visit our museums and galleries to experience Southwestern art in the land where it is created. Also outdoor theatre, performing arts & symphony events. visit site »

  • Harwood Museum of Art

    Exhibiting historic and contemporary art and culture of the Taos region. Excellent children programs; performing arts. visit site »

    Herzstein Memorial Museum

    The Museum is governed by the Union County Historical Society and is housed in the former Methodist Episcopal Church, built in 1919. This is a museum of northeast New Mexico’s Arts and Traditions. visit site »

    Millicent Rogers Museum

    Opened in 1956 to preserve and display the unique collections of Southwestern art assembled by Millicent Rogers. visit site »

    Museum of New Mexico Foundation

    Comprehensive calendars of exhibits and events for five major Santa Fe museums and New Mexico state monuments. The foundation that unites all these efforts. visit site »

  • Old Aztec Mill Museum

    New Mexico's Most Unusual Museum!  Built in 1864 by Lucien B. Maxwell, the Mill was built  to provide ground grains for the Maxwell Ranch. Today it is operated as a museum in summer months and houses working mill parts, life-size figures of local history. visit site »

Instruction / Workshops

  • Gaucho Blue Gallery

    Contemporary artist owned gallery featuring high quality fine art & crafts by local New Mexico artists. visit site »

    Ghost Ranch Art Workshops

    Retreat and conference center in the place Georgia O'Keeffe called home. Offering art immersion and creativity-boosting workshops year-round. visit site »

    Ghost Ranch Education & Retreat Center

    Retreat and conference center on 21,000 acres in Abiquiu presents art and spiritual workshops throughout the year. visit site »

    Harwood Museum of Art

    Exhibiting historic and contemporary art and culture of the Taos region. Excellent children programs; performing arts. visit site »

  • LEAP News for LEAP

    Land, Experience and Art of Place, is an experimental, interdisciplinary, artist-driven, initiative creating fertile ground for collaboration. visit site »

    Rio Chama Valley Studio Tour

    Free studio tour every Labor Day weekend. Artists open their studios to display and sell directly to the public. Painting sculpture, jewelry, glass, metal and fabric art.   visit site »

    SOMOS the Literary Heart of Taos

    Live readings, workshops, conferences, and festivals designed not only to showcase accomplished writers, but to encourage creativity in novice writers from all walks of life. visit site »

    Taos Art School

    Fine arts and crafts taught by professional artists and crafts persons. visit site »

  • Taos Historic Museums

    Visit the Blumenschein Home & Museum and La Hacienda de los Martinez in Taos. Click for more info and upcoming events. visit site »

    Taos Opera Institute

    An intensive program for the emerging vocal artist in a serene mountain environment. visit site »

Literary Arts

  • Nighthawk Press

    An independent publisher helping established and emerging authors use the latest print-on-demand and e-technologies. visit site »

    Bonnie Lee Black

    Writer, educator,artisan. Bonnie's writings represent a profound love of people and life. Author of How To Cook A Crocodile, memoirs of her Peace Corps days in Africa. visit site »

    Cherie Burns

    Author of "Searching For Beauty", an in-depth biography of Millicent Rogers (published in Fall 2012). Also author of Great Hurricane 1938 and Stepmotherhood. visit site »

    DH Lawrence Ranch

    160-acre Kiowa Ranch is in San Cristobal, 10 miles south of Questa. It was the home of DH and Frieda Lawrence from 1925 till his death in 1930. It is open for public tours in summer months. visit site »

Performing Arts

  • SOMOS the Literary Heart of Taos

    Live readings, workshops, conferences, and festivals designed not only to showcase accomplished writers, but to encourage creativity in novice writers from all walks of life. visit site »

    San Juan Symphony

    A regional orchestra uniting the Four Corners area by nurturing the art of music. Classic, popular and modern performances. visit site »

    Taos Art Calendar

    Find out what's happening in the art scene in Taos and neighboring communities. Events, exhibits, workshops. visit site »

    Taos Center for the Arts

    The place for independent films, professional music and dance performance, lectures, and community events. visit site »

  • Taos Chamber Music Group News for Taos Chamber Music Group

    Chamber music concerts held periodically throughout the year. visit site »

    Taos Pueblo Pow Wow

    A celebration of Native American dancers, singers and drummers. Always on the 2nd weekend of July, Fri-Sun. Arts & crafts, food booths, camping. visit site »

    Taos School of Music

    Taos School of Music presents concerts June - August by students and renowned professionals. visit site »

    Farmington - Art Community

    Visit our museums and galleries to experience Southwestern art in the land where it is created. Also outdoor theatre, performing arts & symphony events. visit site »

  • LEAP News for LEAP

    Land, Experience and Art of Place, is an experimental, interdisciplinary, artist-driven, initiative creating fertile ground for collaboration. visit site »

    Moreno Valley Arts

    Producing & supporting a wide array of artists, arts-based activities and events - Angel Fire ArtsFest, live theatre & concert events, arts & crafts fair, and year-round art trail. visit site »

    Music From Angel Fire News for Music From Angel Fire

    World-class chamber music performed by international artists. 31st season August 21 - September 6,  2015; performances in Angel Fire, Taos, Las Vegas, and Raton. visit site »

    OCHO Art + Event Space

    Hosting working artists, rotating exhibitions, classes, workshops, films, talks, yoga, dances, music events and pioneering adult learning experiences called PlayLabs. visit site »

  • PeƱasco Theatre

    Originally built in 1940 and situated in the small rural village of Penasco, this theatre offers special performances, movies, classes in aerials, physical theatre, poetry, and the visual arts. visit site »

Art Services

  • McTague Appraisers Fine Art Consultants

    A knowledgeable art appaiser experienced in Southwest and American contemporary art. Qualified appraisal and consultative services. visit site »

    Ollie Bell

    All aspects of video production visit site »

    Judith Kendall

    Fine art appraiser and art consultant with over 20 years in the art gallery business. visit site »