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.
The Helene Wurlitzer Foundation is one of the oldest artist residence programs in the country. The Foundation keeps a low-profile and serves as a haven for painters, poets, sculptors, writers, playwrights, composers, photographers and film.
Committed to providing a luxurious, healthy environment for relaxation, revitalization, and healing. Guests can enjoy the resort’s two hydrotherapy tubs, saltwater pool or many spa service choices. Perfect venue for weddings and gatherings of all sizes, indoor or outdoor.
Comprising several early 20th-century, adobe-style buildings on 3 acres, this casual hotel is an 11-minute walk from Taos Plaza and 2 miles from the native American shops at Taos Pueblo. Free continental breakfast and afternoon cookies.
Honoring the memory of impressionist Nicolai Fechin, these workshops attract instructors of both national and international reputation. Workshops are limited to 20 students and advance reservations are required.
This lovely former home of Mabel Dodge Luhan can host your reception in the courtyard garden for up to 100, or give you a combination of an indoor/outdoor event with menus prepared by the inn’s master chef.
This workshop is for professional artists, beginning artists and creative souls. Gwen’s Watercolor, Fine Art Collage and Mixed Media Workshops brim with life, color and camaraderie.
Taos Art Supply, is in a 220-year-old building nestled between Ledoux Street and Ranchitos Road. Offering everything artists need to create their next masterpiece!
Taos is a fascinating combination of art, history, culture and spirituality. This makes it a perfect place to retreat this Summer. Healthy home cooked meals, daily Yoga and meditation practices, hiking and sightseeing are some of the features of this Taos Yoga Retreat.
With your camera in hand, discover Taos and its spectacular back roads with professional photographer Steven Bundy. All skill levels will enjoy the day of exploring the area. Camera instruction included, if needed. 12 years of Photo Tour/Guide/Workshop Experience.
Well known for his colorful individually-made tableware and pottery, Stephen is also an accomplished watercolorist and acrylic painter. Stephen is starting to teach small groups of 1 to 4 people for one- or two-day workshops.
Courses on creativity, field trips to Canyon de Chellly and the Four Corners area for plein air painting and photography, equine sculpture, even the Artist in the Kitchen featuring an appreciation of Frida Kahlo and Georgia O’Keeffe.