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Work by Women: Erin Currier
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Work By Women: Jolene Yazzie

As a child growing up in Arizona, Jolene Yazzie says she always liked to do “boy stuff.” Introduced to art… Read more »

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The Mobile Museum Of American Artifacts

This week, The Paseo Project hosts its first artist-in-residence, Laurelin Kruse, founder of the Mobile Museum of American Artifacts (MMoAA). Throughout the month of April, Kruse will take the Mobile Museum to 16 stops throughout Taos County, engaging the community through stories and oral histories embedded in everyday objects.

The Lightning Field

Located in the remote High Desert of New Mexico at an elevation of 7,200 feet above sea level, the poles which are two inches in diameter and around 20 feet high, are spaced 220 feet apart and have solid pointed tips that define a horizontal plane.Hard to get to, difficult to find.

Luisa Baldinger At Taos Blue

Inspiration comes from nature, from “rocks and root pieces found in arroyos, tide tumbled fragments of coral on a beach, plant parts and geologic elements.” She says she likes to imagine that these pots might have been “unearthed in an archeological dig somewhere.”

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