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For the first time since its 1989 inception, the Pastel Society of New Mexico has selected the Millicent Rogers Museum - and Taos - as the home of its annual National Pastel Painting Exhibition. It is a coup for both, noted MRM Executive Director Greta Brunschwyler and Nicholas Tesluk, distinguished member of the Pastel Society of New Mexico and chair of this year's juried show.
One of the best parts of life is the stories it leaves with us. Especially here in Taos, many of those stories are told through the visual arts and this summer the community is able to visit the "old days" with a striking exhibition at the Couse-Sharp Historic Site.
With the July 1 reopening of the state of New Mexico from restrictions related to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, many artists are celebrating their reemergence on the gallery scene. For artists of Native American heritage, it has been particularly difficult since many tribes shut their borders to all outsiders. Taos Pueblo remains closed to visitors until further notice as a safety precaution.
'In Taos, the sky is my ocean and the clouds my waves," said artist Norlynne Coar.
These are the words of a woman who has traveled the world, dipped her toes in its many seas, marveled at its many wonders, and returned again and again to be home in Northern New Mexico. This weekend, Coar opens the door to let you peek inside her remarkable life at her solo exhibition entitled "Norlynne Coar: UNFRAMED."
TONIGHT > Perhaps the reason artist Dorothy Romo-Manning approaches art as an alchemic practice is embedded in her earliest years spent living in a place that was experiencing one of the modern world's most profound upheavals: post-World War II Japan as it began its ascent from the ashes.
Experience this extraordinary history through Romo-Manning's eyes when she presents a solo exhibition of her latest works, 'Color & Chemistry,' at the Stables Gallery. A fusion of memory with her mastery of acrylic pour painting has resulted in vibrant, evocative stories on canvas whose narratives the artist leaves you, the viewer, to complete.