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‘Taos was built on revolts, rebellion and revolution,” said gallery owners Tre and Lizzy DeCosta, “and we are bringing that attitude to the fine art world.” more
Leaving a cushy career of 10 years to feed your starving artist's soul is exactly what Eunika Rogers did. She parlayed her degrees from the University of Memphis and Delta State, Mississippi into a professorship teaching graphic and web design at … 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
An exhibition of works by Japanese artist Izumi Yokoyama, titled "Dreamer on the Mesa," opens today (April 20) at magpie gallery in the Overland Compound at 1405 Paseo del Pueblo Norte in El Prado. A reception where members of the … more
Your comprehensive guide to the gallery scene in Taos and the surrounding area. In this year’s guide we celebrate the high art of Lowbrow in Taos and we feature the gala opening of Joseph … more
Wilder Nightingale Fine Art, 119 Kit Carson Road, is having a “Wilder Pop Up” show featuring Haley Nannig and Christopher B. Mooney. The show will be on view Friday through Sunday (April 7-9). Meet the artists at a reception Saturday (April 8) from 5-7 p.m. more
Gary Cook, University of New Mexico-Taos art professor, said he wants to teach his students to be “visual poets.” 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
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
‘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
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