New Native Fashion and Fine Art Gallery
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.
Thunderbird Studio presents visionary, impressionistic, and contemporary oil paintings of the Southwest.
Patience Heyl offers instruction in Oil, Watercolor, and Figure study. Awarded Taos Fall Festival Best of Show for 2016 and 2017. On going workshops at The Fine Art Atelier.
Presenting an array of carefully selected art of both historic and contemporary views of the American West. We exhibit fine art for the seasoned connoisseur as well as more accessible artwork for the beginning collector.
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.
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
In the heart of Taos’ Historical District, on Taos Plaza, proudly represents 10 exceptional artists, creating art in beautiful Northern New Mexico.
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.
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
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.
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.