The shop hosts a variety of local sculptors, potters, painters, and jewelers including work by some of our past gallery exhibitors.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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
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.
With a rich foundation in traditional impressionism, this personable, internationally recognized artist schedules workshops and private classes throughout the year.
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.
Thunderbird Studio presents visionary, impressionistic, and contemporary oil paintings of the Southwest.
Taos Studio Works is an art gallery functioning as 4 artists' studios.
Artists Ellen Goodrich, Chris Vinella, J. Mehaffey, Christy Crosson
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.