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Chokola is a small-batch, organically crafted bean-to-bar chocolate maker located in Taos, New Mexico.
Overland Sheepskin is a tradition in Taos. Our first location in 1973 was a small adobe storefront near the historic central plaza. Today, our store is part of the Overland compound just north of the village.
A contemporary art gallery, bookstore & curio shop in Taos, featuring the artwork of Robert Cafazzo, Holly Sievers & a few friends.
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.
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.
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.
We create healthy, gluten-free snacks made from non-gmo and organic ingredients, ready to fuel your day.
Known for complex museum quality jewelry inspired by early Meso-American, Scythian, Egyptian and other ancient cultures of the Fertile Triangle, and the traditional work of the Navajo, Hopi, Rio Grande Pueblos and the Pacific Northwest.
A family owned business bringing the finest imports from Mexico & South America.
Fine art photography and holiday cards. Artist Bruce Gomez has been a 4-time Best of Show award winner in photography at the Santa Fe Indian Market.
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.
Fully equipped mountain shop, offering the latest in outdoor gear and clothing for hiking, camping, backpacking, rock-climbing, snow-shoeing and cross country skiing. Maps, guidebooks, and advice on trails and excursions.
For over 40 years, TMO has been the place where adventures begin. We have the gear, clothing and footwear to prepare you for just about anything Taos has to offer – hiking, camping, climbing, rafting, trail running, yoga and more.
Zia Botanics is a farm-to-family skincare line. Our minimal skincare products support skin's natural protection, repair, and renewal mechanisms to ensure skin functions optimally and ages well. Each product is made on-site with our farm-grown calendula.
We are a small family business whose products are made with organically, naturally and locally sourced ingredients. We wild harvest the plants within our bar soaps and nothing ever contains animal products, dyes or perfumes.
A family-owned company. Nambé began during modernism’s mid-century design movement. Today, our pieces transcend trends and generations. Each piece is crafted with undeniable beauty, artistic integrity, and uncompromised quality.
An experience in itself, thanks to its magical layout and artistic touches. We offer high-quality educational toys, games and crafts that inspire play-based learning in the home and encourage positive parent/child interaction.
Our hats are hand made, one-at-a-time from the finest quality fur felts of either rabbit or beaver. They can be custom dyed, finished in a variety of ways, and adorned with a variety of banding options to give each a hat a truly unique look.
Wild Earth Remedies is a vendor booth set up in front of the Bent Street Deli on Saturdays. I bring to you a locally wild crafted all natural herbal skin care line to nourish and heal the skin. Stop by for a visit!
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
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 and fine historical and contemporary art.
For over 20 years, Kimosabe has showcased treasures of the American West. Pueblo pottery, vintage Navajo rugs, Native American blankets, old pawn jewelry, American Indian baskets and beadwork, vintage posters, and New Mexican folk art.
Fun, colorful Artwear that is stylish & sophisticated and boldly designed accessories that express your creativity. Find a piece of Artwear that nobody else has!
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.
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.
Collins’s 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.
PARSE SECO is an experimental creative space that provides a platform for artists, musicians and creators to present experiences in an intimate setting
Presenting innovative artists from Taos and around the world, we combine an urbane aesthetic with small town intimacy, featuring artists in a museum-quality environment without the intimidation factor. DAFA - Features David Mapes Furniture
Maria Samora is an award-winning jeweler from Taos, New Mexico who designs and hand produces her work using 18K Gold and Sterling Silver paired with precious Gems.
Honeybee Balm, Propolis Toner, Honey cleanser and Mask, Bee Wonderful Box, Sun Shield.
Everything made in New Mexico. Red and green chile powders, pods, salsas, sauces, jams, jellies, biscochitos, pinon coffee, wood carvings, Native American jewelry, ornaments, fetishes, Day of the Dead, ristras, wreaths, luminarias and books
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.
Jacqueline Gala Jewelry Featuring Earrings, Pendants, Necklaces and Bracelets. Along with Jewelry Repairs, Commission Works, Alterations of Heirloom and Heritage Jewelry - Re-imagining old pieces for a new contemporary look. New web site: jacquelinegala.com
Handmade in Taos, NM. Jewelry & accessories inspired by the rocks we climb on & the mountains we adventure in. Rings, bracelets, necklaces & more that capture the texture of granite crimps, the swirling waves of sandstone, & the silhouettes of stunning mountains.
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.
An adventure of expression for the whole family. Vagrant Heart is a community based Street & Graffiti art gallery and working studio space invested in providing a positive and encouraging environment for everyone. Vagrant Heart especially supports and works with youth and others not normally represented in more traditional art galleries. We hold art openings and small events, and co-exist with 9 chickens, a cat & dog and plants galore inside and out.
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.
Atira brings you quality garments, Old Gringo Boots, Native American Jewelry, Mary Frances purses and much more.
Offering tools for your spiritual journey! Tarot and oracle decks, 1000's of used books, pendulums, jewelry, journals, a great array of crystals and stones, candles, incense, sage wands, clothing, prayer flags, statuary and awesome gifts.
The Streit family works together to create a team of experienced and knowledgeable fishermen whether you are hiring a guide or asking for the "it" fly at the shop. The experts when it comes to fly fishing northern New Mexico.
Apparel Artist Gail Russell has designed an innovative line of Gazelle Shawls featuring her photographs, Kangaroo Girls™ Pocket Scarves, and SallyGators® leg warmers. Every purchase helps Native Americans in need through the Adopt-A-Native Elder Program.
stephen kilborn pottery and painting
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.
Bloody Maria Mix was created in a jar for freshness, and functionality. A healthy blend of tomato, celery, carrot, cooked together to enhance the flavor of the natural ingredients. The product has no preservatives, and is both Kosher and Gluten-Free.
NM Visions fine art photography depicts moods and scenes .. sublime, magical, cultural, soul stirring.
chocolate + cashmere is an immersive beauty experience. Our boutique is delightfully sensual: from the second you step in, you’re enveloped: the brilliant colors of artisan-knit Golightly Cashmere, hand-made chocolates, and the voice of a new friend.
Boxie – Wash Rinse Repeat Tees is a contemporary women's apparel collection of relaxed basic tees and loungewear. 100% Made in America, the brand was established in 2011 and is currently based in Los Angeles, CA and Taos, NM.
“The kitchen shop” on Bent Street for over 25 years, Taos Cookery offers locally handmade pottery, Taos Twist flatware, Southwestern style table linens, and the latest gadgets for the modern kitchen.
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!
Inspired by the purity of light and the elemental energy of Taos, NM, renegade natural beauty pioneers Krysia Boinis and Kristine Keheley lead the evolution of clean color cosmetics with Vapour.
We search out the most unique products in the area to bring to our store, oftentimes one of a kind creations. Browse our store and enjoy our ever changing inventory of colorful, whimsical and often surprising gifts and collectibles.
At Humble Brands, we are passionate about creating the healthiest body care products using simple, safe and easy to understand ingredients.
Site of the early 20th century home and studio of E.I. Couse and 2 studios of J.H. Sharp, founding members of the Taos Society of Artists. Gardens, 1830s chapel, 1930s machine shop and lab, and (soon) a research center and museum round out the 2+ acre campus.
Debbie Lujan is a local photographer and is a native of Taos Pueblo who specializes in photography of Taos Pueblo, New Mexico.
Taos Honey is a family operated farm business, supporting healthy pollinator populations, beekeeping and thoughtful land stewardship in Northern New Mexico and the Upper Rio Grande river corridor.
Fine works of art, jewelry, ceramics and more for people with discerning taste
High quailty natural fiber yarns in buffalo, alpaca, llama, cashmere and more!
For 25 years, Julie Jennerjahn has been the original owner of Steppin’ Out in Taos. After 20 years of providing quality and comfortable footwear, Jennerjahn expanded her boutique to introduce clothing and accessories.
Whole Spices, Rubs, Blends, Salts, Infused Oils, Vinegar's, Marinades, & Specialty Culinary Items.
We carry a wide assortment of quilting fabrics and feature designs specific to the area, including collections by local artists and others with a distinct southwestern theme. We also have books, patterns, notions, kits and fat quarters.
Owned and operated by Taos Pueblo Native Dean "Little Lake" Johnson. "Little Lake" peace pipes are made to be used, but the beautiful craftsmanship involved makes each pipe a work of art. Also selling Native American music and gifts.
Tea.o.graphy is a hand-crafted, organic tea company born in the heart of Taos, NM -- on the high desert mesa, seated at the foot of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, and inspired by the poetry & universal ceremony circling the globe with each cup of tea poured.
Not your typical ma & pa rock shop: we emphasise mineral and fossil specimens. An international collection is displayed in three showrooms including many museum-grade specimens representing every continent except Antarctica.
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.
We represent over 40 local and regional artists' Studio art jewelry, Native American jewelry, Pueblo pottery, Navajo wood carvings, and more.
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
We are a perfect stop for visitors to northern NM looking for unique gifts! We also offer local graphic design, custom screen printing and business printing services. Our retail store features fun giftware and locally printed t-shirts with zia designs and more!
A boutique “tasting room” set in a renovated, historic building with a colorful past and exploding with charm, the atmosphere, and interior design make it fun to delight in the luxury of a carefully crafted cocktail.
Angie Coleman has been included in many national juried shows and is in many art collections. Most recently she received the best of printmaking award at the 2007 Taos Invites Taos Show, Taos New Mexico.