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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
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
Mary Lyon, the spry receptionist of the Taos Art Museum at Fechin House, said the current exhibition of artist W. Herbert “Buck” Dunton is resounding. more
The first part shows some scene from the 2017 Paseo on the Plaza event Saturday Sept. 23, 2017. more
Taos artists are reinventing the art wheel in Northern New Mexico, and 10 of those artists invite the public to their “Open Studios” event Saturday (Sept. 23), from 1-6 p.m., during the Taos Fall Arts Festival. more
Envision Gallery owner Jimmy Murray says he has been proud to show Reto Messmer’s unique bone and metal sculptures for more than six years. The artist recently completed a series of sepia oil paintings that he has been working on for years. 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
In describing Taos artist Larry Bell’s work, art critic Hunter Drohojowska-Philp has said, “Illumination on the ocean waters has an effect,” referring to his California coast years. Indeed, the work is fluid and vaporous, hard edged and reflective, architectural and organic. Bell’s art, which covers contemporary categories from architectural to conceptual, from ‘Light and Space’ to ‘Radiant Minimalism,’ is now on view in a survey exhibition at the Frederick R. Weisman Museum on the campus of Pepperdine University in Malibu, California. more
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