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"The basic material of photographs is not intrinsically beautiful. It's not like ivory or tapestry or bronze or oil on canvas. You're not supposed to look at the thing, you're supposed … more
Questa's premier painting event, the Wild Rivers Plein Air Festival, brings extraordinary painting and art-related opportunities to participants and locals alike through this weekend. The festival, … more
How a nationally recognized artist is simply dropped from the annals of major artistic contribution is hard to fathom, but that is what has happened to Edward Corbett (1919-1971). … more
It's happening once again. And, this time, it's even more fun, thought-provoking and visceral than before. The 2019 Paseo, bringing national and international artists to Taos, is … more
It may be the height of the summer season here in Taos but we've nevertheless got reminders that fall is right around the corner. Afternoon clouds routinely build with the sweet … more
There are only a handful of historic properties left in town that express the art, culture, history and creative passion of Taos like the home of artist Ernest Blumenschein, one of … more
The dust has settled after the big Fourth of July celebrations and now focus has moved to the Taos Pueblo Powwow Grounds near El Prado ... more
Individually crafted cigar box guitars, an art that harkens back to the mid-1800s, are now experiencing a sort of revival. Part of that revival is being helped along by William Scott of El Rito, … more
The fiery passion of flamenco comes to Old Martina's Hall when Casa Flamenca presents a stunning show featuring celebrated flamenco performers from Spain. Among them is the … more
Santa Clara Pueblo-born artist Susan Folwell was walking her dogs along "a beautiful sunset filtered road with the leftover sunflower pods still standing in the first snow of the … more
Can you imagine a treasure trove of 8,000-plus photographic negatives and contact prints taken by Taos Society of Artists founder E.I. Couse? It's a curator's dream, a scholar's … more
Much like the butterflies that suddenly arrive to enliven our gardens, the annual reappearance of Taos' beloved "Puppet Lady" is a welcome sign of summer. Puppet Theatre los … more
While a lot of the activity will no doubt be centered on the 4th of July and the big concerts in Kit Carson Park featuring Los Lobos, WAR ... more
Labels. Have you noticed how much more of a navigation tool they've lately become in maneuvering through our daily lives? Democrat (Republican, independent, socialist). Baby Boomer … more
From lectures on still-contentious issues from history, to music, art and more, Taos has it all. What follows are a few ... more
Betsy Peirce has a somewhat unique appreciation for art in the Taos area. She much admires the Taos Founders, particularly Herbert Dunton and E. Martin Henning, but through her work as assistant to … more
The "Dames" visual art show that opens Friday (June 21) at the Stables Gallery is promoted as "an unapologetically female visual art show." You might ask, do female artists need to apologize for … more
Even though the University of New Mexico-Taos Klauer Campus sits elegantly along a quiet road south of Ranchos de Taos and nearly everybody knows about it -- and a lot of … more
The Taos Lions Club is coming out swinging. Golf clubs, that is. And, like its previous Toast of Taos fundraisers, this year's event is planned out as an exceptional day of fun, music, … more
You don't have to hock your soul to get a museum-quality print of Taos art to hang on your wall these days. Kimberly Webber and K.C. Tebbutt of Untitled Fine Art Gallery at 133 Kit Carson Road have … more
Music, art and entertainment abounds this week as we roll toward the official start of summer. For a taste, here's a brief rundown of what's going down in Taos ... more
A sold-out capacity greeted the Taos Arts Council's second annual gala Friday (June 7) at the newly repurposed Stakeout restaurant on Outlaw Hill south of Ranchos de Taos. The … more
Spending several winters painting in Montana's subzero temperatures, Joseph Henry Sharp (1859-1953) recorded on canvas the perceived end of the Northern Plains Indian civilization. … more
Act out (transitive verb): To represent in action; to translate into action; to express something directly in overt behavior without modification to comply with social norms … more
Stroll down a legendary lane with Taos photographer extraordinaire William "Bill" Davis and be regaled during his 50th anniversary photography exhibit, opening with a reception … more
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