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If the Harwood Museum of Art had been accredited by the American Alliance of Museums when much-lauded exhibition “Mabel Dodge Luhan and Company: American Moderns and the West” was being organized, it would have been cheaper and much easier to pull off, according to Harwood Executive Director Richard Tobin. more
Would you buy a piece of art if you didn’t know who made it? Do you think you could guess who made a piece of art based on its style and feel? The annual “Sight Unseen” and The Taos Center for the Arts fundraiser may make art collectors ask questions like these. more
Now that the documentary film about abstract expressionist artist Agnes Martin has been out for a few months, how has it been received? more
After feasting upon Reina’s colored-pencil landscapes of eroding cliffs, pink and purple arroyos, golds and oranges exploding under intense, almost painfully blue skies, all I see now on my drives in and out of town are the same rounded flesh of high desert mesas polka-dotted with piñon and mystery – where adventure beckons. more
Making bold choices day after day can be exciting, or terrifying, but certainly not boring. That’s what Ken O’Neil’s oeuvre communicates, oddly enough with almost inexplicable beauty. 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
Jane Ayles' latest directorial offering for Odenbear Theatre is Alan Ayckbourn’s comedy, “How the Other Half Loves,” which opens Thursday (March 9) for a two-week run at Metta Theatre, 1470 Paseo del Pueblo Norte in El Prado. Curtain is at 7:30 p.m. more
‘Show us how it feels instead of rolling out the details of what it looks like.” This was the command answered by artists in the early and mid-20th century after a millennia of trying to capture how something looked. Artists were drawing from inside rather than outside. more
Step into the new Blake Hotel at Taos Ski Valley and you’ll be greeted by a warm, friendly staff. They’ll get you checked in, whisked up to your room and before you know it, out onto the ski slopes. This hotel experience is more like checking into your favorite romantic bed-and-breakfast – with high-end pampered and personalized charm. more
There are many ways to counter the male-dominated filter of popular culture, media and the entertainment business. But if you’d like to keep your energy flowing toward something rather than running counter to another thing, one of the best ways is to celebrate the quickening of the sap of life. more
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