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The Fechin Studio Exhibitions at the Taos Art Museum are an opportunity for New Mexican artists and the community to mingle in the heart of the house that Russian artist Nicolai Fechin built.

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Christina Sporrong feels the weight, heavy as steel. Three gigs cancelled in the past week.No more Paseo Festival, where she was going to show her huge metal heron sculpture with its moving head and rigs to support aerial performers. No more Berlin with “Flybrary.”

Artists and artisans in Taos Canyon, Black Lake, and Angel Fire have come together for an informal open studio event on Sept. 25 and 26. Fourteen artists in six locations will follow COVID protocols; masking and social distancing while opening their studios to visitors from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. both days.

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This isn't just a time to go look at some of the world's best artwork, it is also a time to chat with the artists, to learn – about their inspiration and the methods.

 And, of course, its a time to support local art by helping these artists find new homes for their beloved works.

 Here are some of the top studio tours happening this fall.

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Artist Ron Larimore fell in love with Taos long before his move here – and long before he professionally picked up a paint brush.

“My wife, Carol, and I visited Taos in 1981 and we bought the first of what would be many pieces of art from the local artists and galleries here,” Larimore reminisced. “We kept coming back for the beautiful outdoors and the skiing, and our art collection kept growing.”

With the walls of their home filled with the works of others, Larimore now has his own studio and gallery, filling its walls with his own works.