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It isn’t often easy for an established artist to transition from one art form to another, but after spending nearly 30 years studying other artists and their work through a viewfinder, “Taos Portraits” photographer Paul O’Connor told Tempo … more
The 16th incarnation of Arte de Descartes, Taos’ legendary recycled art show, opens with a reception Saturday (Aug. 27), 4-7 p.m., at the Stables Gallery in the courtyard of Taos Center for the Arts at 133 Paseo del Pueblo Norte. The show will … more
Those who have visited “Mabel Dodge Luhan & Company: American Moderns and The West,” the traveling exhibition organized by the Harwood Museum of Art, will have the chance to learn about yet another aspect of this eccentric visionary — her … more
Ed Moses has been around the block. The abstract painter who rose to prominence partly “for his association with the ‘Cool School,’ a group of artists that also includes Taos residents Larry Bell and the late Ken Price, known for their … more
It was Valentine’s Day of 1986 when Teruko Wilde first arrived in Santa Fe. “I didn’t know anyone in the whole state,” she recalled. “I had one contact someone had given me, and when I called her, I found she was about to leave town the … more
Taos has inspired plenty of fiction over the years, but behind every one of those novelized tales lies a true one. “Misfits, Malcontents and Mystics” has built a reputation for unique storytelling by bringing those stories to light, offering … more
The Taos Fall Arts Festival Committee has announced the 2016 winners of the prestigious Peter and Madeleine Martin Foundation for the Creative Arts “Visionary Artist” awards. They are ceramic artist Brandi Jessup and metal sculptor Christina … more
Lenny Foster invited The Taos News to sit with him, not to talk about his own work, but to talk about an unusual showing of other photographers at his gallery. On Friday (Aug. 5), Foster’s Living Light Gallery opens the fine art photography … 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
“In 1949, Taos resident Mrs. Don Secrest called a meeting of interested people to discuss starting a garden club. Thirty-five people attended.” So reads the beginning of the “History of Los Jardineros” on the group’s … more
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