Taos and the arts are like sugar and cinnamon; separately they are very copacetic, but together they are divine. Art is a major ingredient in the making and sustaining of Taos. You see it every day in gallery windows, in painters setting up their easels alongside a road, in murals and museums, in song, on stage, on-screen and in books.

Our unique mecca consistently inspires. Taos has drawn artists of every character and style. From traditional artistic disciplines handed down for generations to edgy works, there is something that will command your attention — make you stop, look and feel.

Inside this edition of Artes (Arts) — our third Tradiciones installment — you'll meet some brilliant creative visionaries. Get your complimentary copy in this week’s the Taos News.

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