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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
Erin Currier’s artwork has been featured in numerous solo shows, and is exhibited and collected internationally. She describes her pieces as “part portraiture, part collage constructed of disinherited consumer ‘waste’ collected in nearly 50 countries, part sociopolitical archive, but wholly humanist.” more
Millicent Rogers, as a Taos resident and philanthropist, had a profound impact on the arts and cultural scenes here. And, likewise, the museum that bears her name holds indisputably important collections representing “the heritage of American Southwest art.” 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
A woman’s face tilts slightly upward for a gentle kiss. Her lips and the tip of her nose touch the bridge of a giraffe’s nose. The long-legged creature bears a head that is heart-shaped, its eyes closed with thick eyelashes that mirror those of the woman. more
Here's a quick look at some of the art-related events happening this week in Taos. 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
“Taos was an incredible place to grow up as a creative,” said artist Jodie Herrera. “I never felt ostracized for being different, but instead felt accepted and comfortable in expressing myself ... more
Before looking closer at Ana Karina Armijo, the town of Taos Marketing and Tourism Director’s marketing activities, I’m pleased to find that this weekend’s first Friday and first Saturday of the month (Nov. 3 and 4) activities are happening again, giving everyone a much-needed blast-off before the winter holiday rush begins. 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
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