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By native hands

The Taos Society of Artists put this dusty little town on the map in the early part of the 20th century by conveying to the world the look, feel and texture of our people through … more

Dust devils

Stone carvings fascinate. Masterpieces, such as Michelangelo's "David" and "The Pieta," keep me spellbound for as long as I have time to study them. But short of carving stone, the most any viewer … more

See the color, feel the light

The bright and spacious gallery on the second floor of El Monte Sagrado Resort and Spa is a special place.With a wide window and high ceiling, the gallery overlooks the resort … more

Art of words

Art. It's a small word, only three letters, but powerful in the gradations it lends to our histories, cultures and languages.Most people imagine art as a visual tool that tells our … more

What was impact of the Taos Society of Artists?

The Couse-Sharp Historic Site director will deliver a presentation on the ​“Collective Impact of the Taos Society of Artists” Wednesday (June 20), 5:30-6:30 p.m. more

Magical qualities of glass

The exhibition, "Larry Bell: Hocus, Focus and 12," looks almost as if his work has spilled out of the artist's Taos studio and into the Harwood Museum of Art.Some of the work in the … more

The face in the mirror

How do you see yourself? When you look in the mirror, how do you feel about that which looks back at you?To many, these may be no more than existential questions, yet on what level do … more

Pop Chalee Collection preserved by IAIA

The Institute of American Indian Arts Archives has completed the arrangement, description, preservation and digital imaging of the Taos Pueblo artist Merina Lujan Hopkins (Pop Chalee) … more

Visual exuberance

Adeïne de la Nöe was her own kind of rebel. more

Major art research center coming to Taos

The Couse Foundation of Taos has announced that The Lunder Foundation of Portland, Maine is providing a grant of $600,000 in support of the Taos Society of Artists archive and research center that will be located in the Mission Gallery building at 138 Kit Carson Road. more
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