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Your comprehensive guide to the gallery scene in Taos and surrounding area. In this year’s guide we go into the studio with renowned contemporary artist, Larry Bell. Best known for his glass cubes and large-scale sculptures, Bell has been an iconic figure in the Taos art world since the 1970s. Plus, we go behind the scenes with five museum directors to learn how they honor the legacy of Taos’ artistic traditions. Inside you’ll discover 60 unique galleries, maps and more.
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Their whole process is to keep their work unique.
"My preferred subjects are the mountain valleys of New Mexico, their plant life and the adobe structures of those who live there.”
"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.”
Judy Chicago believed there to be an absence of iconography that explored birthing in American and Western art. The work explores motherhood, the spiritual as well as emotional experience of giving birth and feminine politics.
Gallery Guide of Taos
The museum commemorates the lives and art of all three artists – Ernest L. Blumenschein, Mary Shepherd Greene Blumenschein and their daughter Helen Greene Blumenschein.
Available on racks throughout Taos, the Taos Gallery Guide makes exploring the vivid gallery scene all the more immersive.
Taos art is unique. There are very definite periods, influences, and styles. When a buyer decides to collect Taos art, they are making bold personal statements about their appreciation for history, culture, and talent.
The Blake at Taos Ski Valley opened to rave reviews in the 2016/17 ski season. With 80 guest rooms (including 15 suites), the boutique hotel is just steps from the iconic Lift 1 and the gondolita for the children's center.
There’s no shortage of banners flapping in the breeze around downtown Taos these days.
As the story goes, after a traumatic breakup with movie star Clark Gable, Millicent Rogers came to Taos in 1947.