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When was the last time you saw a haunting and haughty figurative piece from Larry Bell? Or a tall, deliciously sinuous metal feminine from Frank Seckler? Well, get ready for a … more
Nonviolence Works is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to serve the mental health needs of adults, children, families and veterans in Taos County. They posed a provocative, soul-searching question for Taos Middle School teacher Christine Autumn to explore and share with her students through visual art: How has violence affected your life? more
John Steinbeck once wrote, “What good is the warmth of summer, without the cold of winter to give it sweetness.” For the passionate and hardy artists of the Taos Watercolor Society, winter is a sweet time to immerse themselves in the use of a medium that may freeze outdoors. more
Art students from University of New Mexico-Taos are planning to present artwork for an exhibition that opens with a reception Saturday (Nov. 4) at David Anthony Fine Art. more
In the competitive world of art galleries that need patrons to keep the lights on and nonprofits that need community support for their altruistic goals, there is a breath of fresh air and a long-standing tradition in Taos of women helping each other. more
J. Matt Thomas wears many creative hats in this community. He is an architect, director of The PASEO, organizer of Pecha Kucha Taos, as well as the collections manager and curator of collections at the Harwood Museum of Art. So, it is only fitting that his most recent burst of artistry has benefited from precious alone time. more
Taos is in for another wake-up call this weekend because cutting-edge artists from New Mexico and the greater Southwest are gathering to show their latest work at “New Mexi-Low 6.” more
Alex Kurtz and Abby Salsbury are friends and have shared studios over the years. Now, they are collaborating on a special showing of their work. more
David Smith-Soto knew at a very early age that photography would always be a part of his life. Looking through his old-school Brownie camera, his nearsightedness faded away and brought clarity to his challenged young eyes and to the streets of San José, Costa Rica, where he was born and raised. more
A collaboration between artists Dora Dillistone, Hank Saxe and Brian Shields, “Earthly Elements” will celebrate its opening with a reception Friday (Sept. 15). more
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