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If you could imagine the town of Taos transported to northernmost New England, it might look a lot like the mythical community of “Almost, Maine.” more
Paintings of Southwestern landscapes along Route 66 are featured in “Elizabeth Jose, an Artist’s Reflections,” which opens with a reception Saturday (Feb. 18), 5-7 p.m., at Sage Fine Art, 115 E. Taos Plaza. more
Of the nine Taoseña needleworkers at the table last week, not one would be a self-described fiber artist. They do, however, make up the Hands and Hearts group that creates soft goods for youngsters and elders in need. more
As usual, it started with an open call for all Taos County artists to submit works that met the museum curators’ strict criteria for acceptance — all pieces must be “miniature” (or 100 square inches), original, less than a year old and not have been shown in any other exhibit. more
Patricia Michaels, of Taos Pueblo, plans to present 25 original designs the opening day of New York Fashion Week, which is today (Feb. 9). more
Taos Men’s Shelter houses between 15 and 20 men each night and provides a range of other services to men who are homeless in Taos County. “Hearts and Stars” is the main annual fundraising event that benefits the shelter. more
Sometimes collaborations are on purpose. There’s a plan and a structure and two or more people band together to achieve a goal. Other collaborations seem to come from an inspiration that is given life in another world. more
In describing Taos artist Larry Bell’s work, art critic Hunter Drohojowska-Philp has said, “Illumination on the ocean waters has an effect,” referring to his California coast years. Indeed, the work is fluid and vaporous, hard edged and reflective, architectural and organic. Bell’s art, which covers contemporary categories from architectural to conceptual, from ‘Light and Space’ to ‘Radiant Minimalism,’ is now on view in a survey exhibition at the Frederick R. Weisman Museum on the campus of Pepperdine University in Malibu, California. more
Our memories of important life events tend to be multisensory. A moment of joy or heartbreak is infused in memory with sights and sounds and scents: This song was playing, the full moon was rising over that rooftop, the lilac was in bloom, so on and so forth. For the women of “Love, Loss and What I Wore,” recollections of life-changing moments are inextricably linked with clothing. more
Taos Clay Studio’s annual benefit for its resident artist program is in its fourth year.  On Feb. 11 from 7-10:30 p.m., The Burger Stand at Taos Ale House and Taos Clay will host … more
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