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.
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We represent over 40 local and regional artists' Studio art jewelry, Native American jewelry, Pueblo pottery, Navajo wood carvings, and more.
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.
Our gallery is a collaboration of regional artists in the disciplines of painting, watercolor, photography, sculpture, jewelry & fiber arts, and more.
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.
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!
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.
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.
Art from a group of award-winning Taos artists.
A cooperative space featuring art, gifts, jewelry, and photography from local Taos artists, as well as a great record collection.
From mesh wirework by international artist Raymond Wiger to the finest jewelry and painters in the Southwest.