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The closing event for the Taos Fall Arts Festival is designed to drive you out of your gourd. It’s called the Calabash Bash! 2016, and it consists of decorated gourds by some of the best known artists in the region. A benefit for three local … more
The first thing you notice at Greg Moon Art is a refreshing absence of “required local subject matter.” No stylized sunsets or soft-focus chamisa here. Instead, there’s a breathtaking array of contemporary New Mexican ingenuity. The gallery … 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
One of the best events to take in during this time of year is the annual pottery show at Chimayó Trading del Norte in Ranchos de Taos. Owner Gabriel Abrums has arranged to have award-winning master potters from San Ildefonso Pueblo, Martha … more
Take the shimmering line between earth and sky and infuse that feeling throughout a painting – layering, redacting, implying, never there – that’s a fiber painting Cornelia Theimer Gardella is wont to create. On view at Weaving Southwest's … more
‘This is my first and last museum show in Taos,” photographer Lenny Foster said. After 22 years of living, working, and creating in Taos, the esteemed artist and gallery owner moves to St. Augustine, Florida at the beginning of next … more
Taos is a great place to travel back in time. From the dramatic landscape to the softened colloquial architectural styles of the structures in town, there are ample opportunities to feel as though you’ve been transported into the past. There is … more
The “popular new media, alternative, temporary, participatory, and immersive” Taos outdoor art festival scheduled for Sept. 23-25 has added some extra star power to its calendar of events, an announcement states. The PASEO 2016 directors have … more
Creating an image of something that doesn’t exist is the seemingly impossible challenge of non-objective abstract artists – they literally paint what isn’t there, hoping to boldly go where no one has gone before. Gallerist Eric Andrews says … more
Responsible recycling meets over-the-top creative fabulousness when the Glam Trash Fashion Show returns to Taos Plaza Saturday (Sept. 17), starting at 4 p.m. The show features a runway of imaginative outfits, all made by members of the community out … more
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