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Documentary of Española Colcha Circle The Española Valley Fiber Arts Center in collaboration with the Northern Río Grande National Heritage have recently produced a 37-minute … more
Why is it, a viewer might wonder, that the bright blue bear with a splash of gold on his face, painted by Karen Ahlgren, reveals an aspect of this animal which somehow was never noticed before? Or … more
In celebration of National Poetry Month each April, the Society of the Muse of the Southwest (SOMOS) begins a four-week series of events with a free two-day marathon reading of Homer's epic … more
When someone on the Taos arts community passes on, there often is a hole on our lives that goes much deeper. Such was the case of Harold Geller. The founder and director of Total Arts on. more
Father Bill served as priest at San Francisco de Asis church in Ranchos de Taos for 14 years where he affected the lives of many. more
The Harwood Museum of Art announced Monday (March 25) that Juniper Manley has been offered the position of director ... more
With daylight saving time in effect, the evening's curtain of darkness may be drawn closed a little later, but the waning of light isn't the only harbinger of murkiness. "Besides … more
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
Get ready to dazzle your home or business with a "steal" from Anee Ward's collection of "renewed" works of art at unbelievable prices. But that's what auctions are all about, unless you square up … more
Lysa Montwill, the artist- owner of Dragonfly Blue, said she prefers to engage behind the scenes, encouraging other's work, watching artists evolve and explore. She also believes … more
Taos artist Charlotte Shroyer will be one of the featured artists in the annual Italian exhibit "Little Treasures 2019" to be held at the Galleria de Marchi, Bologna, Italy, from … more
Visitors to the Questa Studio Tour and gallery goers might be familiar with the pottery of Michael Ridder, especially with his spectacular, reticulated glazes that draw even the casual observer to … more
Norlynne Coar lives in a world of blue, though she admits to crawling out of it occasionally to do something different. Her renditions of portals and horizons draw the viewers in and often have a … more
Artist Kit Lynch's invitation to show her work at the Taos Art Museum came "out of the blue," according to the painter, and "took weeks to sink in." The day she got the call from … more
Don't feel too badly if you missed it last weekend. There is such a thing as a second chance, and you will have that in a couple of weeks.Ever the innovator in advancing professionally … more
Once January's art auction brouhaha subsides, February predictions about the new year's art market pepper online landscapes, and so Tempo took Taos' art pulse to see how we … more
It isn’t often you find a legendary photographer at a local arts and crafts fair, but that’s where we found Dick Spas. He is photographed ... more
Taos artist Kimberly Webber said she was honored to meet His Holiness Pope Francis and present her original oil painting titled "Pia Mater" to him on Feb. 20 in Vatican City."Pia Mater" … more
Here's a brief rundown of what's happening in the art scene in Taos this week. For more, of course, check out the print edition of Tempo magazine inside The Taos News on sale Thursday morning. more
Here's a quick look at the visual arts happenings in Taos. For more check out this week's print edition of Tempo Magazine inside The Taos News on newsstands now. more
The hugely popular Taos Pueblo artisans event at Millicent Rogers Museum returns for its seventh year this weekend."As part of the Millicent Rogers Museum's ongoing commitment to Taos Pueblo, the … more
"Let There Be Light" is guaranteed to be an ingenious and innovative display, with a mash-up of abstract, street, graffiti, folk and pop art that Weliver likes to call "abstreet." more
Walk into Magpie Gallery on opening night of Nöel Anderson's show and you'll discover yourself enveloped by the many dimensions of this noteworthy Taos artist. more
Artist Tony Ortega lives and works in Colorado, but his roots are here in Northern New Mexico. "My mother's side of the family is from Pecos, my father's side of the family is from … more
Rafael Vega was born in New York City to Puerto Rican parents who always kept a home in the island. He has never lost his connection with la Isla del Encanto, so it is fitting that his pieces possess … more
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