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Local Taos Pueblo artist and well-known master of micaceous clay pottery Angie Yazzie clinched three top awards at the 2017 Santa Fe Indian Market.  Yazzie took home the best in pottery, best … more
The 34th annual Taos Wool Festival is not a “b-a-a-a-d” way to spend the day. “Ewe” will be impressed by the outstanding “herd” of vendors offering exquisite fibers and finished products. more
Life is opulent on the High Road to Taos, and Leigh Gusterson’s Light Mountain Gallery in Peñasco has rays of that abundance from every single mile. Since Labor Day last year, she and studio assistant Melanie DeShaies have turned the historic … more
Erin Eagleton doesn’t look 45. He had his birthday on the same day his pop-up gallery show opened Sept. 21 and he still sports a boyish quality. But he’s done a lot. From his work as an actor to his work behind-the-scenes in the movie industry, … more
David Anthony Fine Art, “the innovative contemporary gallery,” at 132 Kit Carson Road, “is pleased to announce its upcoming artist reception featuring the highly covetable ceramic works of Deborah Rael-Buckley.” more
Rather than having the same old show for a handful of painters, Rob Nightingale and painter Peggy Immel came up with an idea that makes the art more dynamic because it’s being created from sunup to sundown in just one day. The big day for … more
After more than 20 years of his iconic gentleness and wide-eyed wonder permeating the Taos ethers, it’s been hard to imagine a Taos without Lenny. more
The highly anticipated TAOSFOLK pop-up store returns for its annual holiday run. TAOSFOLK opens Friday (Nov. 24) (the day after Thanksgiving) and closes Sunday, Dec. 24. more
The Calabash Bash fundraiser. The event is Friday (Dec. 8) from 5-8 p.m. at El Monte Sagrado Resort, 317 Kit Carson Road. Admission at the door is $25 and includes hors d’oeuvres. There will be a cash bar. more
Flustered crowds, long lines and barbaric conditions at big box stores are maybe what one typically thinks when the words “Black Friday” come to mind. Fortunately, there is a sparkle of goodwill and hope at Twirl, a play and discovery place in Taos for children. more
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