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Fiesta show

The next exhibition planned at Studio 107-B is titled "Red, White and Brown." Gallery owner-director Maye Torres announces that it is being mounted to honor the tricultural heritage … more

Movement of time

"There is great art in minimalism, and a spontaneity in the absence of work that feels very complete," said Eric Andrews, who owns 203 Fine Art along with his partner Shaun Richel. … more

Shots in the dark

Delightful or dreadful, artists often bring to light unknown, unseen or unrealized aspects of experience.How an artist specifically reacts to such relative "darkness" is the theme … more

Passionate about nature

The landscape paintings of Dolores "Dee" DiCamillo are on view at Centinel Bank of Taos, 512 Paseo del Pueblo Sur, for the month of May.The show is titled "Eagle Rising." The free, … more

Rebels with an artistic cause

Unquestionably, Taos has been a center for artists and art lovers for over a century.From the arrival of the first members of the Taos Society of Artists 120 years ago, to the seminal … more

The rise of Ben Shriver

An unusual event is happening at Magpie this month, namely, showing the art work of Ben Shriver, who lives and breathes art, but doesn't call himself an artist. Expect that to … more

Spring has sprung

"In the words of writer Annie Dillard, 'How we spend our days is, of course, how we spend our lives.' So, too, can our everyday objects hint at the immensity of our being."Laurelin … more

'Reception extraordinaire'

Zia Willow Flower, who also goes by Josephina "Jojo" Ortiz, will be performing two dance and musical numbers at the closing reception for a pop-up exhibition featuring LGBTQ+ youth … more

See and be seen

Although the impression that "Sight Unseen," Sunday's (March 18) show and sale to benefit the Taos Center for the Arts, was its last, the secret was that it was really just taking a … more

Art mystery

The Taos Center for the Arts is hosting its sixth and last (for a while) "Sight Unseen" art event Sunday (March 18).Organizers describe "Sight Unseen" as "a fun fundraiser shrouded in … more
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