Thom’s work represents the icons of the West and Southwest - gypsy women, crosses, bucking broncos, coyotes, cow skulls, and saguaro cacti. As he said, "my interpretation of Indian jewelry,” He actually calls these works "wall jewelry.”
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.
Truly a unique gallery, Las Comadres is a women's co-op where one can peruse handcrafted tin, pottery, folk art, beeswax candles, quilting & fiber art, water colors, oil paintings, mixed media, precious jewelry, clay art, and stained glass.
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.
The shop hosts a variety of local sculptors, potters, painters, and jewelers including work by some of our past gallery exhibitors.