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It’s that time of year when the streets of Taos downtown are packed with visitors and even the locals hit the pavement. Everyone checking out what has transpired in Taos over the winter. more
As of this year, William Stewart has switched from his well-established figurative and landscape painting to pure abstraction, albeit abstract color and form strongly inspired by nature. more
Joan Severance will appear at Michael McCormick Gallery Friday (July 14), 4-8 p.m., to sign copies of her new book, “How to Manifest Your Mate.” The book signing is also a kickoff to Taos Historic Museums’ annual“Fandango” fundraiser gala on Saturday (July 15) at the Martínez Hacienda. more
The Harwood Museum of Art announces it will host the opening for May 2017’s Studio 238 exhibition titled “Zabriskie Point,” featuring the works of Mimi Saltzman. more
There are degrees of darkness. It’s not just the extremes of light and the utter absence of it, but the subtle transitions that give darkness both its mystery and its lure. Besides those things … more
Mary Ann Warner, a Taos artist and winner of last year's "Wild Rivers Plein Air Paint-Out," describes painting en plein air ("open air" in French) as a Zen experience. "I have learned to show up and trust I can get out of the way … more
Cristina Masoliver speaks of her puppets the way the director of a close-knit theater troupe might speak of her actors: with respect, with fondness, with full knowledge of their idiosyncrasies, yet still allowing that they might … more
The Harwood Museum of Art’s “Bash at The Blake” benefit auction is happening Saturday (June 24). The event will take place in Restaurant 192 at The Blake. This is the first collaboration between the hotel at Taos Ski Valley and the Harwood. more
‘Taos was built on revolts, rebellion and revolution,” said gallery owners Tre and Lizzy DeCosta, “and we are bringing that attitude to the fine art world.” more
The thing you find out right away is that Lama is not a collection of buildings, pathways, encampments and hidden shrines in the forest. It’s not even the people who call themselves “Lama Beans.” It’s something ephemeral. It’s intangible. more
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