dixon studio tour
When: November 3 – 4 2018
Where: Dixon, New Mexico
More Information: Please visit the Dixon Studio Tour website
The Dixon Studio Tour is one of the oldest continuously run studio tours in the state. Dixon, nestled in the Embudo Valley in Northern New Mexico where the Rio Embudo flows into the Rio Grande, has been long known for its rich Native American and Hispanic heritage, productive farm lands and pastoral beauty. During the last 30+ years many artists moved to the valley to pursue their artistic talent and a simpler way of life.
2018 DIXON STUDIO TOUR
The thirty-seventh annual Dixon Studio Tour will take place Saturday and Sunday November 3rd and 4th, from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM. Dixon is located 50 miles north of Santa Fe and 25 miles south of Taos. Forty-four artists, craftspeople, and local businesses will be displaying their wares.
Participating artisans use a wide variety of materials, from stone and metal and wood of various kinds to paper and cloth. Among stone workers, Mark Saxe, who displays at Southwest Stoneworks in Rinconada, employs basalt, marble, soapstone, and granite in his sculptural creations. Sculptor Brian Barreto works both in stone and stained glass, while Ron Klinger employs limestone, marble, and alabaster. In this category should also be included jewelers who set precious and semi-precious stones in their work, such as Kay Weiner and Johnny Hernandez.
Weiner and Hernandez also work gold and silver, while Faith Richardson of Detour works in iron and steel, and Steve Ebben employs steel and copper in his sculptures, as does Pranav Evenson.
Various crafts in wood can be found at the Rinconada Art Garage, the St. Anthony’s Parish Mercado, the Embudo Presbyterian Church Mercadito, and at the Dixon Elementary Mercado. Woodworker Rob Stout employs a variety of fine woods in his tables, chairs and benches.
In ceramics there is a wide variety of forms and materials and processes employed by Betsy Williams, Sheena Cameron, Al Tyrrell, Lee Akins, Siddiq and Gaia Khan, Miya Endo, Judy Pearson, Miles Smith, Mesa Ruiz, and others.
Weavers include Irene Smith of Metier Studio Gallery. Judith Buffaloe works in textiles, as does Barbara Pollock, and Joan McDonald of Embudo Fabric Designs produces silk-screened pot holders and other products.
Water colorists are represented by Marilyn Price-Reinbolt and Gayle fulwyler Smith. Oil painters include Mickey Hale, Eli Levin and Clarence Medina, photographers Alice Arango, Ron Monsour and Meda.
Marie Coburn of Floramania will be displaying her dried floral arrangements, as will Tania Marines.
Food will be available at the Dixon Coop and Deli and at various stands at the Mercados and at the Presbyterian Mission Cafe, and La Chiripada Winery, Vivac Winery, and Blue Heron Brewing Company will all be open for business during the Dixon Studio Tour.
Tour maps will be available at all stops and can be downloaded here at: 2018 Dixon Studio Tour Map. For more information, contact: Ron Monsour at 575 776 4368 or firstname.lastname@example.org.