Fall Art Exhibitions in Taos

Art Exhibitions in Taos
September and October, 2019

Don’t miss these art exhibitions on view during the fall arts time period, which includes Taos Fall Arts Festival and Taos Wool Festival. See all on Taos Art Calendar.

Pictured above, Taos Fall Arts Festival volunteers (Ricky Pass, Paul Figueroa and Dan Barela) take a break from hanging nearly 500 artworks in the “Taos Open.” Poster artist, Sasha vom Dorp’s work is visible here.

Through September 29, 2019
Taos Fall Arts Festival’s Taos Open exhibition
Guadalupe Parish Gym. The 45th annual festival celebrates the visual arts and artists of Taos County. It encourages emerging artists and creates a venue where Taos artists can exhibit and market their works.

October 4 – 5, 2019
36th annual Taos Wool Festival
Kit Carson Park and nearby venues. A look at traditional and contemporary fiber artistry; textile workshops; guest llamas, sheep and other woolly animals.


Through February 19, 2020
Majestic Owls
Millicent Rogers Museum. Pottery and katsina from the museum collection. Owls in the cultures of the American southwest have been both feared and venerated.

Through January 26, 2020
The Faithful
Millicent Rogers Museum. This exhibition includes devotional art of various styles to illustrate the continuing tradition and devotion of the Santero.

Through November 10, 2019
Judy Chicago: The Birth Project from NM Collections
Harwood Museum of Art. Pioneering feminist artist, Judy Chicago collaborated with more than 150 needle workers between 1980 and 1985 to create dozens of images combining painting and needlework that celebrate the birth process – from the painful to the mythical.

Through January 5, 2010
Colchas and the Stitch that Defined a Region
Harwood Museum of Art. Spanning continents and centuries, the Northern New Mexican colcha is a journey of craft, culture, and geopolitics that is defined by the hands of New Mexican women. The colchas in this exhibition are from the museum’s collection, borrowed from a local collection and from the New Mexico Museum of Art.

Through November 10, 2019
Alicia Stewart: Unfinished . . .
Harwood Museum of Art. Alicia Stewart’s death at age 18 was a tragedy not only for her family and friends, but perhaps for the future world of art as well. This exhibition is the first museum showing of Stewart’s work and is curated by Lucy Lippard.

Through January 5, 2020
Susan Folwell: Through the Looking Glass
Harwood Museum of Art. Work by Santa Clara Pueblo artist Susan Folwell (Blue Mountain). The artist’s narrative-driven ceramics dynamically respond to her own curated selection of Taos Society of Artists’ works on view in this exhibition.

Through November 10, 2019
Jonathan Blaustein: Party City is the Devil
Harwood Museum of Art. Jonathan Blaustein is an artist, writer, and educator based in Taos. This series of photographs uses party supplies as a metaphor for the absurdist, runaway over-consumption that is depleting the world’s resources, and changing its climate.

Through March 30, 2020
Marjorie Eaton: A Life In Pictures
Taos Art Museum at the Fechin House. A glimpse into Eaton’s (1901-1986) personal life through letters, photographs and personal effects as well as her paintings and photographs.

Through October 13, 2019
Jennifer Lynch: Cosmic Landscapes
Fechin Studio at Taos Art Museum. This series is rooted in the celestial bodies and in their origins.

Through November 2, 2019
Joseph Henry Sharp’s Montana
Couse-Sharp Historic Site, 146 Kit Carson Road. J.H. Sharp of the Taos Society of Artists painted extensively in Montana; this season we focus on work and ephemera of those years.

Through November 2, 2019
Taos Pueblo Portraiture: Studies by E.I. Couse
Couse-Sharp Historic Site, Luna Chapel. Contact prints by painter E. I. Couse from his photos of Taos Pueblo models in the early 20th century, plus associated objects.

Through September 30, 2019
Blumy-inspired Taos Artists Today
Blumenschein Home and Museum. A juried exhibition and sale of works by local and regional artists in honor of 100th anniversary of this historic home.

October 5 – November 1, 2019
Angus MacDonald Paintings
Blumenschein Home and Museum. Part of the “New Masters of Taos Art” series. MacDonald shows recent paintings.



September 21 – 29, 2019
High Road Open Studio Tour
High Road Villages, two weekends. More than 30 artists open their studios to visitors, Saturday and Sunday, 9/21 and 22; 9/28 and 29.

Through September 23, 2019
Works by Cynthia Huff
The Historic Taos Inn. Non-objective, abstract compositions on canvas hang throughout the Inn’s public areas.

Through September 29, 2019
Untitled Editions Grand Opening Exhibition
Untitled Editions. A new fine art limited edition print gallery located two doors west of our Untitled Gallery on Kit Carson Road.

Through October 4, 2019
Taos and Beyond: Art from Studio Tours
Taos Town Hall. Taos Arts Council presents artist showing in open studio tours in Dixon, Pilar, Costilla, Questa and other community art tours.

Through September 29, 2019
Otherworldly: Ewert, Ferguson-Huntington, Verona
The Encore Gallery of TCA. Three artists—Gretchen Ewert, Kathleen Ferguson-Huntington, and Paula Verona—share recent work.

Through October 17, 2019
Ewiger Blumenschien: New Work by Gerd Bianga
Momo Taos on Bent Street. New paintings by Gerd Bianga.

Through October 6, 2019
Subversive: a group show
Studio 107-b, North Plaza. Work by over 40 artists, all interpreting the concept of “subversion.”

Through October 31, 2019
Paper Prankster: collages by Johanna DeBiase
Paseo Pottery Taos 122 B Paseo Sur (under the blue stairs). Art Exhibit by writer and collage artist Johanna DeBiase.

Through September 30, 2019
Norlynne Coar: Palimpsest
Magpie at Overland Ranch. The process of effacing in order to create something new, while what was there before shows through, creating a multi-layered image, and what was there before becomes part of something new.

Through November 3, 2019
Taos Plein Air Painters Autumn Exhibition
Trading Post Cafe, Ranchos de Taos, Tues – Sat 11 – 9, Sun 11 – 2. Over 20 local plein air artists present work in oil, watercolor, acrylic and pastel of beautiful northern New Mexico locations.

Through September 30, 2019
Meredith Garcia: Black and White
Wilder Nightingale Fine Art. Kicking off the Paseo with a show of new Black and White Photographs by Taos artist Meredith Garcia.

Through October 1, 2019
Armond Lara Extravaganza
Revolt Gallery on Paseo Norte.  Never before exhibited works – prints, studies, drafts, sketches, scrolls – by this Navajo/Mexican artist now in his 80th year of creativity.

Through September 29, 2019
Pressing On 9: Taos printmakers
Stables Gallery of TCA, 10-5:00pm daily. Eighteen local printmakers hang their prints unframed and ‘clothesline style’ at the Stables Gallery.

Through October 28, 2019
LA to Taos
203 Fine Art, 1335 Gusdorf Rd. Works by Larry Bell, Ron Cooper, Ronald Davis and Ken Price.

September 28 – November 17, 2019
Taos Treasures from the Leavitt Collection
DAFA | David Anthony Fine Art. Art exhibition and sale. Sales will benefit the new Lunder Research Center of The Taos Society of Artists.

October 2 – November 17, 2019
Ofrendas: altars by seven Taos artists
The Encore Gallery of TCA. Alex Chavez, Juanita Jaramillo-Lavadie, Ginger Mongiello, Toby Morfin, Katie Woodall and Taos Charter School, Guillermo Rosette, Maye Torres.

October 5 – 31, 2019
Lawrence J Herrera: Portraits
magpie at Overland Ranch. This is the first portrait show to be hosted at magpie and the final solo exhibit of the season.

See what’s on exhibit in Taos and beyond at TaosArtCalendar.com/exhibits


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