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.
Fine works of art, jewelry, ceramics and more for people with discerning taste
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.
The shop hosts a variety of local sculptors, potters, painters, and jewelers including work by some of our past gallery exhibitors.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The American Artists Gallery House is an oasis for body and mind where the artwork of American artists of the Southwest is not only a major feature but one where the art of providing gracious accommodations is given equal emphasis to ensure that your visit is truly enjoyable.
Since 1923, the Harwood Museum of Art has provided outstanding art, events and education to friends from around town, around the country and around the world. We make art the adventure.
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.