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.
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!
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.
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.
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.
PARSE SECO is an experimental creative space that provides a platform for artists, musicians, and creators to present experiences in an intimate setting.
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
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.
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.
Bella Mundi is a quaint little store in Arroyo Seco that is full of surprises! The shop owners/artists, Harris and Leslie, display their ever evolving works of art. You will find Mexican art, prints on metal portraits and tin nichos.