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Rob Nightingale sits comfortably on an overstuffed couch in his gallery, Wilder Nightingale Fine Art on historic Kit Carson Road, and greets visitors in his relaxed and amiable manner. He prefers to … more

Rebels with an artistic cause

Unquestionably, Taos has been a center for artists and art lovers for over a century.From the arrival of the first members of the Taos Society of Artists 120 years ago, to the seminal … more

Gallery hosts benefit for homeless

It may not be snowing, but the nights are frigid and the ground is frozen. For many homeless people, sleeping outside during winter is a dance with death. The Taos Men’s Shelter provides a lifeline for men who have nowhere else to stay the night. more

State of affection

Wilder Nightingale Fine Art owner Rob Nightingale said painter Peggy Immel and photographer Steve Immel chose the name “Immel and Immel” and the subtitle “Our New Mexico” for their show that opens with a reception Saturday (Sept. 2) from 5-7 p.m. more

Wurlitzer Foundation Fellows exhibit new works

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

Taos art benefit aids men's shelter

Taos Men’s Shelter houses between 15 and 20 men each night and provides a range of other services to men who are homeless in Taos County. “Hearts and Stars” is the main annual fundraising event that benefits the shelter. more
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