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Somewhere in Vatican City is a new rendering of the Divine Mother named "Pia Mater," a personal gift by Taos artist Kimberly Webber to His Holiness Pope Francis. more
Artistic talent or the pursuit of artistic careers may run in families, but the cooperativeness and celebration of each other’s art, which is found in the relationship between Karen … more
Taos artist Ed Sandoval can be seen through the open hood of his infamous vintage blue truck while working on a painting outside his gallery on Paseo del Pueblo Norte. more
The Foundation provides financial assistance to visual artists from the estate of Lee Krasner, Jackson Pollock's spouse. Stewart has been awarded a grant to continue his abstract work. more
The mesas, the mountains, the streams, the cottonwoods and the fields of silver sage are the reasons Peggy Trigg paints. She paints to share this love of the natural world.Trigg combines energies in … more
The Taos Art Museum at Fechin House is looking forward to a good winter by featuring an invitational exhibit of works featuring members of the Plein Air Painters of New Mexico. more
Our lives are governed by landscapes. It's our personalities that determine how we view ourselves in their context. In wanting to avoid a misstep, perhaps we concentrate on the terrain … more
Bill Binger has been a member of the Taos Artist Collective Gallery at 106 Paseo del Pueblo Norte for over a decade. He is one of a handful of artists who, in exchange for space to … more
“I moved to Taos because of the great light and subject matter in the landscape,” explains artist Ray Vinella. “I’d been working as an illustrator at an advertising firm on La … more
She displays a bounty of colorful works both inside and on the exterior of her adobe gallery. Patrons at the Taos Inn can see a glass showcase of Jirby’s paintings in the Adobe Bar. Now everyone has an opportunity to meet the artist ... more
Loving and hating loneliness is the bane of the artist's existence. Poets and writers complain most loudly perhaps, but all creatives know how important solitude is to the … more
The Taos Pueblo Council met to decide what to do with the strange white man who spent so many hours sitting on the bank of the river in their village. What was he doing there? What was he putting on … more
Deep blue plumbago flowers edge the stone path that leads to Barbara Zaring's backyard, where red tomatoes hang heavy and corn silk dangles from within a pale green sheaf. … more
"I'm the first Taos Pueblo artist to have a solo exhibit at The Taos Inn," said David Gary Suazo. This is a point of pride not only for Suazo, but for the Taos community. That's … more
Editor's note: This week marks the beginning of a new column by Anna Racicot focusing on the artists and artisans of Questa and northern Taos County. We hope you enjoy it.Cami Thompson's paintings of … more
Taos painter David Borenstein found out he had cancer three years back and realized he "may leave this world in a few years, maybe less." That diagnosis changed his outlook on … more
Taos Center for the Arts has announced "Spirited Images: New Works by Susan Barnett" will open with a reception Thursday (Sept. 6), 4-6 p.m., in the Encore Gallery of the Taos Community … more
Renowned artist Cliff Harmon, 95, died peacefully in his sleep at high noon Wednesday (Aug. 29). more
Autumn in Taos can conjure up different things to different people. For some, it's the anticipation of a bountiful ski season (and lots of snow!) or the exciting art festivals in September, Halloween … more
The gleaming galleries and stately museums of Taos are great. But so too are the less-polished studios of working artists. Thanks to the Taos Artist Organization, you can go … more
Charles Collins moved to Taos in 1976 as a working painter and potter and has worked here for the past 41 years.To celebrate the achievements of his long tenure, he is hosting an … more
“If I were to go outside and stuff the dirt from this place in my mouth, it would be sweet,” says Anita Otilla Rodríguez. The enjarradora (master mud plasterer), author, painter … more
"Touching the Spirit," an exhibit of works by Blue Spruce Standing Deer of Taos Pueblo, and artist-life partner Marti Fenton White Deer Song, opens with a reception Saturday (March 24) ... more
'There are some people you meet in history that you just can't forget. For me, and my 7-year old mind, it was Crazy Horse." So says William Hart McNichols, affectionately known as … more
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