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From the early Pueblo potters and Hispanic Santos carvers, the Taos Society of Artists, the Taos Six and the present day Paseo, Taos’ history and legacy is all about Art.

The Couse Foundation’s Preservation Mission

The Taos Society of Artists was founded in 1915 and although iit disbanded in 1927, the art and artists associated… Read more »

Taos In The House

  Taos 1960’s – Present opened yesterday evening at the Vivian Horan Gallery on 67th street in Manhattan. I arrived in… Read more »

Work by Women: Erin Currier

I don’t recall how or where I first met Erin Currier, but I’ve been looking at her work since her… Read more »

Work by Women: Maye Torres

The Harwood Museum show, Work by Women, would not be complete  without the inclusion of one Taosena in particular. A… Read more »

Work by Women: Zoe Zimmerman

  Work by womenZoe Zimmerman was born on May 24 1965  in NYC. That same year another Zimmerman (Bob Dylan), released… Read more »

Work By Women: Anita Rodriguez

Work By Women, opens at the Harwood Museum of Art, on February 10th, and could not be more timely. Curated by Janet… Read more »

The Mobile Museum Of American Artifacts

The Paseo peeps are at it again! Among other things they are up to, a little bird tells me that… Read more »

The Lightning Field

The Lightning Field by sculptor Walter De Maria is one of the late-20th century’s most intriguing and important works of… Read more »

Luisa Baldinger At Taos Blue

Northern New Mexico potter, Luisa Baldinger’s work has been getting a lot of attention lately. A Native New Mexican, Baldinger… Read more »

Taos Blue On Bent Street

Locals too, know that they can find unique gifts here, with no need to look anywhere else, be it for a wedding, birthday, anniversary or Christmas gift.

Anais Rumfelt At The Harwood

108 Crows was what came directly out of my drawing challenge. A friend wanted me to paint a crow, so I did. And then another. And then another.

Paul O’Connor’s Infinite Eye

Born and raised in Santa Monica, California, Paul O’Connor has lived in Taos with his wife Tizia since 1989. Known for his portraits of… Read more »

Sonya Davis At The Harwood

Behind the scenes at The Harwood Museum of Art, a few women are very busy making sure everything runs like a well oiled machine.

Shemai Kamala Rodriguez At The Harwood

Shemai is the Manager of Marketing, Media and Memberships and brings her own deep New Mexican roots and incredible professionalism to her position.

Reto Messmer At Envision

Jimmy Murray’s Envision and Georgia Gersh’s Magpie are next door neighbors and on Saturday evening, you will be treated to… Read more »

Dr. Richard Tobin At The Harwood Museum

The Harwood Museum of Art may be a centenarian but the new energy sweeping through its venerable hallways and galleries is deserving of our attention.

Jayne Schell At The Harwood

The museum is actively engaged with the community in regards to our children; their education and their future.

Paseo Project Party

It’s that time of year again! The PASEO  Project is back – a smaller version this year – centered on… Read more »

William Coupon At DAFA

From paupers to Presidents, William Coupon has shot them all. And he’s lived to tell the stories. I remember William Coupon… Read more »

Art and Chocolate Plus Three Golden Tickets

A Tasty Fundraiser for The PASEO in Taos When: 5:00PM to 7:00PM on Friday, February 10, 2017 Where: Chokola on… Read more »

Three’s A Charm At Wilder Nightingale

Winner of the 2016 American Art Awards for Best Gallery in New Mexico, Wilder Nightingale Fine Art is home to several talented artists.

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