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"We are bound to our bodies with the fragile threads of earth. Our skeleton is a loom on which every system is strung and woven with our blood. The … more
There’s a great story and maybe even a movie to be made about the life and times of Angus MacDonald. An artist who seems to be a deliberate anomaly, MacDonald is nothing like … more
Late in the summer of 2016, Taos artist Jonathan Blaustein had an epiphany after grocery shopping at the Santa Fe Trader Joe's next door to Party City.If you've ever been to the … more
Taos Center for the Arts announces "Ofrendas," which is on view now through Nov. 17 in the Encore Gallery at the Taos Community Auditorium, 145 Paseo del Pueblo Norte. There will be a … more
By Virginia L. ClarkJoin Wilder Nightingale Fine Art Saturday (Oct. 5) as the gallery celebrates 29 years to the day of opening Oct. 5, 1990.To mark the anniversary, artist and gallerist Rob … more
We are grateful to have spent creative time in such a beautiful city. Everyone we encountered was welcoming, gracious and committed to making art an important part of everyday life. Heartfelt thanks … more
Taos artist Inger Jirby is stepping out in an exciting new direction with acrylics in her show titled "Landscapes, Churches and Some Portraits." The artist's solo exhibition opens … more
"Tripping the Light Fantastic" was a collaborative interactive video and sound installation made specifically for The Paseo outdoor art expo with the enchanting and psychedelic … more
For a show that was installed over three days, the staff of the Taos Fall Arts Festival did a fairly good job showing what local artists entered in the annual exhibit which opened to the public Friday (Sept. 20) at the Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish Gymnasium on Don Fernando Street, Taos. more
Ekphrasis: a word neither frequently used nor easily pronounced. But it's probable that you've encountered it more often than you've realized."Ekphrasis is using a piece of visual art … more
Julienne Hadfield brings to her necklaces, belt buckles, bracelets and earrings an uncommon approach: beads are her palette and pieces of jewelry are her canvases. Along with her lifelong passion for … more
San Francisco de Asís, the most photographed and painted church in the United States, anchors Ranchos de Taos Plaza and salutes travelers coming to and from the town of Taos, a welcome sight for … more
Even though this weekend marks the end of the Taos Fall Arts Festival for 2019, there's still a lot of arts and entertainment happenings going on all over Taos ... more
Much like the "first impression" we make on others upon a first meeting, the first impressions made from a block of wood or a metal plate as it contacts a sheet of paper through the … more
The excitement in Taos is palpable every year, anticipating opening night of the Taos Fall Arts Festival. The opening reception and awards presentations take place this year from … more
A special exhibition is coming our way. FaraHNHeight Fine Art in collaboration with Revolt Gallery is "honored and enthusiastic" to bring the Armond Lara Extravaganza to Taos during … more
Locals love to tell visitors to "take the high road." The reason is because the route from Española north to Taos through the winding roads among high mountain villages is one of the … more
The Taos Fall Arts Festival presents a number of ways to learn more about art and artists this year. This new program is titled "Art & Words: Critical Thinking and Writing … more
The names alone are enough for art lovers to sit up and take notice. Larry Bell, Ronald Davis, Ron Cooper and Ken Price are legends in Taos for having elevated contemporary art on a … more
Social media blew up like a wildfire the day after the "La Pocha Nostra" performance art group enacted a tableau many called "offensive," "sick" and inappropriate for a public venue … more
The willingness to move forward despite uncertainty is a hallmark of a new exhibit titled "Allegories," featuring the works of Norbert Voelkel of Taos and Alice van Buren of Santa … more
From Manhattan to Miami, fall fashion shows are popping up with models gliding down runways with panache dressed in designer garb you too could wear this fall. Taos is no exception … more
Reed St. Studio Artists Jane Ellen Burke: Burke has been printing in Taos for the past 18 years. Her most recent images have been made with simple squares colored in transparent inks of various … more
Tim Linhart is a world-famous ice sculptor who is featured regularly on United States news networks and worldwide for his "ice music" collaborative concerts in the Alps and other … more
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