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A friend said he was among people who admired him, doing a thing he loved to do when the end came. more
Taos artist Tom Noble died early this week "peacefully at home," according to a notice posted by art gallery owner Rob Nightingale on social media Friday morning (Feb. 24). 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
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
A large-scale metal sculpture by the late Taos artist Ted Egri was installed Saturday (April 22) in front of the Taos County Administrative-Judicial Complex at the corner of Paseo del Pueblo Sur and Albright Street. more
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
Here’s what Tempo has learned about the current health of the Taos art market from various parties involved after asking various questions. more
Artist recipients include Gustavo Victor Goler, a master santero and conservator of Taos; William deBuys, an El Valle author of nine books, eight about the Southwest; Ken Keppeler and Jeanie McLerie, folk musicians of Silver City who are better known as Bayou Seco; and William Wilson, a Diné photographer who is an artist in residence at the School for Advanced Research in Santa Fe. 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
Artist David Leffel has been painting and teaching here in Taos since 1992. To commemorate his work, the Taos Center for the Arts will present a film, “David A. Leffel: An American Master,” at 7 p.m. Thursday (May 18) at the Taos Community Auditorium, 145 Paseo del Pueblo Norte. more
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