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The new show at Maye Torres' gallery, titled "Birth-Re-Birth," which follows a theme of birth and renewal, is at a confluence of several things happening at once for her. For one, … more
There's a lot of things happening this week in the Taos area. What follows are a few brief items to kind of whet your appetite ... more
Talented sculptor-painter Jeffrey Rutledge has opened his stone and metal studio in the old Phillips Gas Station on Kit Carson Road and welcomes everyone with open arms. A half-block east and … more
FYI BOX Opening receptions Sunday (June 2), noon- 5 p.m. Harwood Museum of Art, 238 Ledoux Street Free admission (575) 758-9826 more
Warm weather seems to finally be taking hold which usually means a lot more activity and fun in the sun. In Taos, this also means a lot more opportunities for enjoying the bountiful arts and entertainment offerings ... more
Talk about a turbulent spring. One day it's sunny and warm, the next it's cold and snowy. Still, it's what makes living in Taos so exciting ... more
Opinion by Enrico VelasquezThe San Francisco de Asis Mission Church in Ranchos de Taos is the embodiment of Spanish Colonial architectural design and beauty by its creator, Fray Jose Benito … more
At the end of Jaracito Road, at a place where a stone owl seems to scrutinize passersby in the El Rito-Latir area, artist Benito Trujillo and his wife, Glenda, have surrounded themselves with the … more
Obscurity clouds Taos Modern latecomers Lawrence Calcagno (1913-1993) and Lee Mullican (1919-1998) here in the art colony of Taos. The odd overshadowing of these extraordinary … more
This year's Paseo Project is seeking artists to bring visibility to Northern New Mexico's water culture and issues, a press release from director Matt Thomas states. Working with … more
While everyone was tuning in and turning on, Lisa Law was clicking away. During the 1960s, Law found herself amid the turbulent era of peace and love and instead of just taking a snapshot or two, she became a chronicler ... more
One morning in June 1968, Taos photographer Dick Spas was drinking coffee in his Ledoux Street apartment when a friend dropped in and said, "They're shooting a movie on the pueblo!" … more
Works by the late Taos woodcarver Patrociño Barela are among those in the New Mexico Museum of Art's latest sculpture exhibition, "Carved & Cast: 20th-Century New Mexican … more
There is nothing more personal, more sensual, than the soft inviting sensation of fiber. If you want to find out how a wide variety of works in fiber are made and meet the artists … more
Just on the heels of returning from a three-month spirit quest in Mexico, Shera Maher has steered her art to a whole new dimension.While in Mexico, Maher participated in ceremony … more
On a cold and windy spring day I walked in on Eli Walters' studio to find about 15 new paintings stacked against the studio walls and across paint-splattered concrete floors - an … more
If you're looking for creative inspiration this Mother's Day weekend, Taos Art Museum at Fechin House Museum Store's Meet the Artist series will feature the alcohol ink on ceramic … more
Looking at one of Nina Anthony's photographs, you could easily think it's an oil or a watercolor. Her compositions are more than "literal interpretations" of the world around us, with her shots of … more
Fortunately for lovers of jewelry and painting, the remarkable breadth of the artistic accomplishments of Roger Harrington are visible year-round at Art Questa, a gallery that also showcases the … more
Locals know its spring because one day it could be warm and sunny and the next day it's cold and snowy. But, that variety of one of the things that makes living here so interesting ... more
Ramp up your art appreciation by 300 percent this weekend during the First Saturday Art Walk (May 4) from 4-8 p.m., when three Kit Carson Road galleries host meet-the-artists … more
Walking through the doors of Taos Clay Studio is like entering an Aladdin's cave heaped with treasures. The front gallery opens into a series of winding hallways and spacious studios, … more
This week, Tempo magazine is full of music news for the summer months, but that's not all. Here's a rundown of some the other events happening in and around Taos to keep you intrigued and entertained. more
It took a 3-foot-thick gallery wall falling down in the middle of winter to convince Robert Cafazzo and Holly Sievers their 16-year run on Ranchos de Taos Plaza was finally over. So, the search for a … more
Jewelry, prints, paintings, ceramics, photography, sculpture and multi-media installations from 2018-2019 summer to spring art classes will be on exhibit. more
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