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Join us in celebrating the Taos is Art Lamppost Banner Artists and Taos Plaza Invites at Town Hall on Friday, April 6. Bring a friend and celebrate a county-wide endeavor to showcase Taos’ unique and vibrant art community. And, help kick off Spring Arts in Taos!

Opening Reception: Friday, April 6, 5pm to 7pm
Town Hall, 400 Camino de la Placita

The art show at Town Hall is presented by the Town of Taos and Taos Arts Council.


Congratulations to the 41 Taos artists whose artwork will be featured on the 30″ x 60″ lamppost banners lining Paseo del Pueblo Sur and Norte in the Town of Taos from April through October, 2018. And, the 25 artists who will be featured on the 18″ x 30″ banners lining Bent Street, Kit Carson Road, Teresina Lane, Scheurlich Lane and Juan Largo. 

A total of 210 artists submitted entries. Thank you to everyone who participated and to the many volunteers who helped with this massive endeavor. We are looking forward to painting the town with beautiful artwork from our community this coming April. Don’t forget to join us on Friday, April 6 for an artist reception at Town Hall. More details to come.

WINNERS FOR PASEO DEL PUEBLO SUR AND NORTE:
John DePuy, 203 Fine Art
Charlotte Miller
Ed Sandoval, Ed Sandoval Gallery
Rosemary Ryan
Stephen Kilborn, Stephen Kilborn Studio
Diane Scott
Jill Sanger
Carroll Griesedieck, David Anthony Fine Art
Mary Dolph Wood, Parsons Gallery of the West
Robert Gonzales
Anna Magruder
Allegra Sleep, Las Comadres Gallery
J. Matthew Thomas, Studio Taos
Anäis Rumfelt
Zoë Zimmerman
TJ Mabrey
SCRIPTURE
Leigh Gusterson
Linda Rauch, Linda Rauch Gallery
Pat Pollard, Sage Fine Art
Holly Sievers, Two Graces Plaza Gallery
Sara Basehart, Seconds Eco Store
JK Lamkin, Total Arts Gallery
Chris Bundy
Elizabeth Jose, Sage Fine Art
Tanner Williams
Denice Weinberg
Terry Davis, Chimayo Trading del Norte
Anee Ward
M A Warner, Wilder Nightingale Fine Art
Valerie Graves, Wilder Nightingale Fine Art
Debbie Lujan, Summer Rain Arts at Taos Pueblo
Lydia JohnstonNatural Accents Fine Arts Gallery
Sasha vom Dorp
Charlotte Shroyer, Jackies Trading Post Gallery
Daniel Brown, The Ranch at Taos
Nina Anthony, David Anthony Fine Art
Diane Ainsworth, Wilder Nightingale Fine Art
Meredith Garcia, Wilder Nightingale Fine Art and ¡Orale! Gallery/Art for the Revolution
Rupert Chambers
Teruko Wilde, Total Arts Gallery

WINNERS FOR BANNERS ON BENT STREET, KIT CARSON ROAD, TERESINA LANE, JUAN LARGO AND SCHEURLICH LANE:
William Panzer
Steve Immel, Wilder Nightingale Fine Art
Mimi Chen Ting
Peter Chinni
Steve Bundy
Joe Mueller
Rob Nightingale, Wilder Nightingale Fine Art
David Vedoe, FaraHNHeight Fine Art
Tera Muskrat, ¡Orale! Gallery/Art for the Revolution
Thom Wheeler
Margaret Nes, Wilder Nightingale Fine Art  and Magpie Taos
Jonathan Sobol, Wilder Nightingale Fine Art
Kimberly Webber, Untitled Fine Art
Susan Folwell
Donna Dufresne
Tom Dixon, 203 Fine Art
BJ Briner, Wilder Nightingale Fine Art
Melinda Littlejohn, Total Arts Gallery
Deborah Rael-Buckley, David Anthony Fine Art
Robert Cafazzo, Two Graces Plaza Gallery
Laura Brzozowski​, Taos Clay Mavens Gallery
Tracy Turner Sheppard, The Ranch at Taos
Eric Andrews, 203 Fine Art
Dorothy Lampl, Wilder Nightingale Fine Art
Greg Moon, Greg Moon Art Gallery and Studio

TAOS PLAZA INVITES:
Larry Bell
Ron Cooper, 203 Fine Art
Gustavo Victor Goler
Randall LaGro, Untitled Fine Art
Miguel Martinez, Michael McCormick Gallery
Paul Pascarella
Christina Sporrong
Christian Ristow
Maria Samora
Ronald Davis
David A Leffel, Total Arts Gallery
Angie Yazzie
Ira Lujan, Millicent Rogers Museum
Maye Torres, Studio 107-B
Sherrie A. McGraw, Total Arts Gallery
Jonathan Warm Day Coming
Anita Rodriguez
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