From the rock art on our canyon walls to the pottery of the Pueblo people, from the Taos Society of Artists to the artists and visionaries working today, Taos has long inspired people to pick up carving instruments, brushes, or whatever tool helps them to express their imagination and their appreciation for living in this magnificent place. The art of Taos, in whatever medium, is more than a little unique, infused with the light, the land, and the culture of Taos.
Today, Taos hosts more than 70 art galleries, from the traditional to the cutting edge. Featuring the work of local artists and craftspeople from many cultures and backgrounds, visitors can explore the range of Taos art galleries, taking in everything from painting and photography to sculpture, mixed media, printmaking, glass, and much more. You can also easily find an artistic remembrance of Taos—large or small—to take home. No keepsake is more meaningful than one acquired from the hands that made it.
An art colony like no other, Taos has been home to artists as long as there have been creatives, and that spirit lives on today in the wondrous variety of artistic innovation on display in our art galleries.
The gallery specializes in early Taos Moderns, pre and post-war American Modern art, and mid-century Abstract Expressionist art. We also offer works from the best contemporary, modern and abstract Taos artists. Our showroom is open for personalized tours M-F.
Acuarelas Studio and Gallery is sometimes mistaken for a museum. Artist and owner Leandro Martin Rodriguez enjoys sharing the journey of each piece in his gallery as well as letting visitors know that everything is indeed ready for purchase
Unique furniture, rugs, art and sacred items in the heart of downtown Taos. Featuring the artwork of local Taos and national artists including Pamela Cuming, Kim Henkel, Lynda Jasper Vogel, Steve Lohman, JoJo Miro and JR Rapier.
In our small, friendly gallery you'll find original oil paintings, glasswork, sculpture, photography, wearable fiber art, handmade pottery as well as a collection of fine Native American jewelry.
Colorful and deeply emotional, her paintings capture that moment when you finally put up your feet, exhale and say, "I have arrived." From skiers, to Hawaiian waterfalls, Ward's paintings are a celebration of the joy of life's adventures.
Angie Coleman has been included in many national juried shows and is in
many art collections. She received the "Best of Printmaking"
Award at the 2007 Taos Invites ,Taos Show in Taos, New Mexico.
Arroyo Seco Mercantile is a melting pot of Northern New Mexico flavor. First stablished to serve the needs of the village of Arroyo Seco, a small Hispanic village on Highway 150, it now draws people from all over.
Featuring artists Steven Baumann, Melissa Moe, Lauren Gidwitz, and Susan Gray.
Portions of the Blumenschein Home and Museum were built in 1797. Ernest Blumenschein, co-founder of the Taos Society of Artists, brought his family to the Taos in 1919. The artist and his family lived there for more than 40 years.
Authentic Indian/Southwestern old pawn, estate & contemporary jewelry and art. Northern NM pueblo pottery, Zuni fetishes, the Hopi folk art of Gregory Lomayesva, silver & turquoise jewelry, rugs, baskets, paintings, and sculpture and more.
A huge inventory of Southwestern and Mexican products. We supply Southwest-style decor. Hand painted pottery from Mexico and also local artists from the Navajo reservation in New Mexico.
Collins’ paintings are profoundly spiritual and evoke a strong sense of peace and timelessness. Beginning with a charcoal drawing, Collins then uses a combination of glazes and underpainting to create luminosity in his works.
Whether painting in her studio in Taos, New Mexico or in selected sites in the world, Charlotte "Charlee" Shroyer paints contemporary images of the human face as well as abstract images. Shroyer has received numerous national and international awards for her figurative oils and monotypes.
Located in one of the oldest Taos settlements next to the famous St. Francis Church, we are a family-owned and operated gallery specializing in Native American art, Pueblo pottery, Navajo weavings, fine historical, and contemporary art.
Claire L. Haye’s work has garnered acclaim worldwide. Her striking ceramic sculptures have won prizes in museum exhibitions, while her bronze sculptures, paintings, monotypes, and woodblock prints are highly sought-after.
The shop hosts a variety of local sculptors, potters, painters, and jewelers including work by some of our past gallery exhibitors.
Our photographers can be found on the mountain daily from 9:30 am to 12:00 pm, weather-permitting. See us at the top of chair lift #2 for family photos, couple shots, and groups.
Art from a group of award-winning Taos artists.
Modern art of New Mexico. Action Landscape Paintings and Prints.
The 160-acre ranch is located twenty miles north of Taos, New Mexico, off Highway 522 near San Cristobal at 8,600 feet. An ancient Kiowa Indian trail, still used to travel from Taos Pueblo to the red clay pits in Questa by the Taos Pueblo natives, crosses vertically through the property. Under the 1955 Last Will and Testament of D.H. Lawrence’s widow Frieda, it was entrusted to the University of New Mexico (UNM) for the purpose of creating a public memorial to the world-renowned writer.
I explore new directions in Native American art, and utilize classical methods to explore a modern, and a new contemporary vision of Native Art and Fashion.
DAT Gallery is an intimate, contemporary art gallery located in the Guadalajara Grill North complex on the North end of the city. Currently exhibiting works by owner Sundara Heart. We are open 1-5pm, Th-Sa & M. Starting Memorial Day Weekend Th-M, 1-6pm. Stop By!
Debbie Lujan is a local photographer and is a native of Taos Pueblo who specializes in photography of Taos Pueblo, New Mexico.
Des Montes Art Gallery and Sculpture Garden is a collection of art from Floyd Archuleta and other local artists Des Montes community. The sculptures here are made of 100% recycled material including bailing wire, antlers, and horns.
Our gallery and gift shop compliments the harmonious ambiance of El Monte Sagrado. We offer a beautiful array of original and local artisan works.
Featuring interactive 3D paintings by Shari Ubechel, the most collected living artist in Taos. Showing colorful local landscapes,glowing nebulas, wildlife on drums, sterling and gemstone jewelry,guitars,body products,native and world crafts
As you step inside Studio de Colores Gallery, a glowing interior of soft sage and gold walls present their art. Ed’s canvasses radiate passion and exuberance.
Located on Hwy 64 between Taos and Angel Fire and mile markers 268 & 269, owned and operated by Kevin and JoAnne DeKeuster, who create functional and sculptural ceramic pieces that are lead free, dishwasher, microwave, and oven safe.
The Encore Galley at Taos Center for the Arts is an 1,100 sq.ft. space that also serves as the lobby to the Taos Community Auditorium. Exhibitions are scheduled by the Art Committee of the Taos Center for the Arts.
A cooperative space featuring art, gifts, jewelry, and photography from local Taos artists, as well as a great record collection.
Envision Gallery was created to showcase the work of international, national, local and emerging artists. It is our commitment to represent unique, distinctive and unusual art as well as sculpture.
Fine Art Atelier Offers instruction in oil and watercolor painting,charcoal, and pastel. Works by artist instructor, Patience Heyl, are on display throughout the gallery. Focus on both figure and landscape.
All are welcome!
New Mexico's premier publisher of Southwest fine art prints of art and photography representing the most accomplished artists and photographers from the Southwest and more!
Frank Seckler Gallery shows the metal work of Frank Seckler. We specialize in custom furniture, sculpture, indoor and outdoor kitchen projects and architectural accents.
Golden Anderson Studios is a working jewelry studio and showroom near Arroyo Seco. We offer our original jewelry designs for sale, custom jewelry design services, expert jewelry repair, demonstrations, and private metalsmithing classes. Visits by appointment.
Greg Moon Art prides itself in continuing the fine art traditions of Taos. We specialize in contemporary works ranging from oils to assemblage...genres of work include realism, outsider art, and pop-surrealism.
Taos' foremost Western Art Gallery
representing acclaimed Traditional and Contemporary Western and Native American Artists.
The lastest works of internationally collected Artists, Andersen Kee, Malcom Furlow, Timothy Nevaquaya, Gayle Weisfield, Roberto Ugalde and other favorites. Our Estate Salesroom presents the finest assortment of very reasonably priced aftermarket truly collectible pieces by RC Gorman, Frank Howell, Earl Biss, and many other of sought after artists.
See the vibrant paintings, watercolors, and prints of Inger Jirby, who says her quest for color is unquenchable. Born in far north Sweden, she has been painting since girlhood. Although she has traveled extensively throughout her life, she settled in Taos surrounded by our incredible landscapes.
JandreauArt is the studio and gallery space of Gail Goodwin. It is located in the Historic Couse Estate along the walking path between Kit Carson and Quesnel Rd. in downtown Taos, New Mexico.
Jones Walker is an art gallery with original work by Taos artists including traditional, folk and modern abstract. Also, the gallery is honored to represent multiple artists from Taos Pueblo. You will also find a curated selection of pott
Fine art and commercial photography studio. Kathleen Brennan’s New Mexico landscape photographs have won numerous awards and are in private and museum collections. Kathleen’s work has been described as poetic and masterful.
Multimedia artist Claudia Kleefeld creates original oil paintings, fine art studies, installation/art videos and photographic works. Her classical oil paintings focus on the human form and display her mastery of old world techniques.
Larry Bell has made investigations into the properties of light on surface. By experimenting with the nature of surface and its relationship to space, Bell has devised a methodology characterised by spontaneity, intuition and improvisation.
Truly a unique gallery, Las Comadres is a women's co-op where one can peruse handcrafted tin, pottery, folk art, beeswax candles, quilting & fiber art, water colors, oil paintings, mixed media, precious jewelry, clay art, and stained glass.
Linda Rauch is an acrylic painter specializing in contemporary wildflower florals that have a touch of impressionism in them; as well as a style that Linda describes as hard edge fantasy - full of multiple patterns, shapes and bright color.
Logan's work is shown hotels, galleries, boutiques and restaurants through out the United States. The majority of my work is showcased in these settings however, to have a direct relationship with my collectors and do sell directly through
Lumina is a well-known and established destination art gallery. The two-acre sculpture garden has been designed in a Japanese style with meandering footbridges crisscrossing the stream, with benches to relax and dream the day away.
A collection of southwestern contemporary works. Textiles, home goods, sculpture, paintings, and fine art prints. Live music events upon announcement, Open 10 to 5 Thursday thru Sunday or by appointment,
Opened 2014. Representing over forty Taos artists in nearly every medium and price range; jewelry, pottery, functional art, fine art, folk art and more. Also offering corporate and private curating, Art acquisition, staging, design and hanging services.
Martinez Hacienda, also known as Hacienda de los Martinez, is a Taos County, New Mexico hacienda built during the Spanish colonial era. It is now a living museum listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Melinda Littlejohn began her fine art career as a minimal abstractionist but gravitated to the style of 17th century Spanish Bodegon still life paintings. She moved in 2011 to her studio located in the village of Arroyo Seco.
We represent over 40 local and regional artists' Studio art jewelry, Native American jewelry, Pueblo pottery, Navajo wood carvings, and more.
An award-winning veteran photographer, Michael lives and breathes adventure, lifestyle and landscape photography. His images appear in many publications and commercial products and does extensive assignment work for the tourism industry.
Come see the unique and beautiful works of 3 generations of the Gorman family: Carl N. Gorman, R.C. Gorman, and Michael Gorman. Family-Owned | Native-American Owned.
Exhibiting an eclectic range of paintings, prints and sculpture which features the work of New Mexico Masters Miguel Martinez and Malcolm Furlow and other fine artists. Located off the main plaza in the heart of downtown Taos.
Fine works of art, jewelry, ceramics and more for people with discerning taste
Visit Morel Studio featuring works by renown Taos landscape painter Chris Morel. Morel's painting will captivate you with the essence, grandeur, scale and subtleties of the Mountain West's magnificent landscapes. Member of the Plein Air Painters of America.
From mesh wirework by international artist Raymond Wiger to the finest jewelry and painters in the Southwest.
NM Visions fine art photography depicts moods and scenes .. sublime, magical, cultural, soul stirring.
Contemporary art -- Paintings, Photography, Unique Prints and Clay Sculpture. Online gallery or by appointment.
Omnihum is a gallery showcasing the artwork of some of the finest visionaries, creators, and storytellers New Mexico has to offer. We are located in the historic district of Taos and offer new exhibitions of art every two months. Alongside classes and events
PARSE SECO is an experimental creative space that provides a platform for artists, musicians, and creators to present experiences in an intimate setting.
Presenting an array of carefully selected art of both historic and contemporary views of the American West. We exhibit fine art for the seasoned connoisseur as well as more accessible artwork for the beginning collector.
Represented by museum collections and private collections all over the world, Pat Woodall has created commissions for business and private collectors alike that are a collaboration of inspiration and his color and style.
Patience Heyl offers instruction in Oil, Watercolor, and Figure study. Awarded Taos Fall Festival Best of Show for 2016 and 2017. On going workshops at The Fine Art Atelier.
The largest collection of work by Navajo artist RC Gorman to be found anywhere. Though RC passed in 2005, there remains a significant group of original oil pastel drawings, original lithographs, bronzes, and giclees paper castings.
Specializing in Pre-1930’s Navajo Textiles, American Indian art, Hopi Kachina Dolls, Pueblo Pottery, all of the finest quality, each with a place in history.
With a rich foundation in traditional impressionism, this personable, internationally recognized artist schedules workshops and private classes throughout the year.
Specializing in unique ceramic art made in the ancient tradition of woodfiring. We have intentionally embraced certain risks, and forgone certain assurances of outcome in doing so-- and with great enthusiasm.
In the heart of Taos’ Historical District, on Taos Plaza, proudly represents 10 exceptional artists, creating art in beautiful Northern New Mexico.
Original Paintings and Fine Art Prints.
San Francisco de Asis Church is a still-active 18th-century parish that, thanks to Ansel Adams and Georgia O’Keeffe, became a modern art icon—and a quintessential Taos landmark. It’s one of New Mexico’s most photographed churches.
New Native Fashion and Fine Art Gallery
Stephen Kilborn has made pottery and painted in Pilar for over 43 years. He makes highly decorated tableware in more than 12 patterns and 30 shapes. His imagery tends toward abstract but with New Mexico themes like Magpies, Chiles, Sacred Heart, and Pick up Trucks.
An experimental studio/gallery providing a multicultural art space for local Taos artists to exhibit and produce art, as well as hosting art-based workshops for locals and visitors.
Our gallery is a collaboration of regional artists in the disciplines of painting, watercolor, photography, sculpture, jewelry & fiber arts, and more.
As Northern New Mexico's premier ceramics center, the TCC gallery is proud to represent and exhibit the sculptural and functional work of some of the region's finest contemporary clay artists. While visiting, we invite you to tour our 2000+ sq ft studio space!
Taos Clay is a community clay studio offering classes, private studio rentals, studio memberships, workshops, a retail gallery, and residency opportunities. There are many options for anyone interested in using our facility.
An eclectic shop with antiques, art, furniture, vintage collectibles, Native American art, collectible and vintage vinyl LPs and much more.
We also provide full estate sale service from appraisal to clean out.
Taos Studio Works is an art gallery functioning as 4 artists' studios.
Artists Ellen Goodrich, Chris Vinella, J. Mehaffey, Christy Crosson
Marion Moore has taken tin and copper smithing out of the confines of “Southwestern” and into her own expression. The result is a dynamic blend of traditional and contemporary styles, appropriate for all types of decor.
Walking narrative about Taos' history and culture, the arts scene, and historical figures. Meet KIt Carson, Padre Martinez, doyenne Mabel Dodge Luhan, novelist D.H. Lawrence, and Navajo code talkers. Your guide is Taos artist, and storyteller Sam Richardson
An award-winning free-lance photographer specializing in panoramic photography. Licenses his images for stock, also works with art consultants and designers to sell fine art prints to corporate, hospitality, health and residential markets.
The Jewel of Kit Carson Road. Local art and artists. Featuring Tracy Turner Sheppard, Cathy Carey, Gary Roller. Jewelry by Rosa Kilgore, bronze sculpture, oils, pastels, acrylics and printmaking.
Thom’s work represents the icons of the West and Southwest - gypsy women, crosses, bucking broncos, coyotes, cow skulls, and saguaro cacti. As he said, "my interpretation of Indian jewelry,” He actually calls these works "wall jewelry.”
Thunderbird Studio presents visionary, impressionistic, and contemporary oil paintings of the Southwest.
Antique Navajo and Hispanic Textiles, New Mexican Furniture, Pottery, Antique Guns and Frontier Collectibles. Visit us in downtown Taos in the historic Ledoux Street District.
A contemporary art gallery, bookstore & curio shop in Taos, featuring the artwork of Robert Cafazzo, Holly Sievers & a few friends.
Print Gallery featuring limited edition museum quality reproductions and fused glass fine art of Taos-based painters Kimberly Webber, K.C. Tebbutt and Peggy Griffey's light responsive work. We offer abstract and figurative artwork available in various sizes.
Untitled Fine Art Gallery places an emphasis on the traditional techniques and materials used to create fine art. Contemporary works are created in oil painting, drawing, pure mineral pigments, hand-carved sculpture and gold leafing. Light
The late Veloy Vigil remains a world renowned artist. Respected as a master printmaker, sculptor, and colorist; Veloy captured the nature of Native American culture with his carefully planned compositions and decisive brushstrokes.
Explore the cooler altitudes of New Mexico near Taos & the 'Water Works Gallery'. Here find oil paintings that are fun, flamboyant and full of color. Lovely, landscapes in the Taos tradition as well as aspens & pines. Lots of variety, sizes & some surprises.
Wilder Nightingale Fine Art represents over 35 leading and regional artists. The works are eclectic. From traditional landscapes in oil, pastel and watercolor the gallery also offers a selection of contemporary and abstract styles.