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At the age of 78, Ray Wolf says he paints when he feels it. "Sometimes for hours on end," he adds, "and others with several days in between."

A Taos resident for over 20 years, Wolf has been surprisingly under represented in Taos. The artist's work can be seen at Rottenstone Pottery in Arroyo Seco and he has participated in many group shows in town over the years.

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Ken Feldman is an artist and owner of Crookedman Studio and Gallery, at 417 Camino de la Placita.

His plein air painting has been called "action landscape painting" and reflects the mythic light and dramatic skies found in the high desert of Northern New Mexico.

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The paintings of Don Brackett and PJ Garoutte are brimming with the narrative of lifetimes lived in New Mexico and with each other. And each of their stories – from here and from the many places they’ve traveled throughout their years together –creates a wealth of great storytelling for the public to enjoy.

Tom Dixon is one of Taos’ best kept secrets, but not for much longer. An incredibly disciplined painter, totally committed to his process as an artist. After studying at the Art Institute in Chicago he came here and began to work. He has lived and worked in the same place now for three decades, and when Larry Bell was asked to recommend artists whose studios we should visit and cover for this year’s edition of the Gallery Guide, Tom Dixon was at the top of his list.

Taoseños are eager to hit the ice for this year's winter skating season and town crews are hard at work building up the rink. But just what does it take to make the frozen sheet for figure and hockey skaters to slide on?

"I’ve always loved painting outdoors, but in Taos I learned to paint outside in a very energetic, efficient and fast way, so I could pack up and get to the school in time to pick up my two daughters.”

Thank you for your wonderful article about the Plein Air exhibit at the Fechin House. The story had great things to say about the plein air painting movement in New Mexico. I would like to add that …

Paints and brushes left on an artist’s busy palette; hand-dyed yarn hypnotically spinning from a broken-in wooden wheel; a 3D-model of plankton projected as large as a whale; curled wood …

Visitors to Taos Plaza Friday morning (Sept. 8) were greeted by the work of vandals, who had marked the Bataan Death March memorial and the statue of the late Padre Antonio José Martínez in the central square ... The sight served as a timely …