The belief in the ability for water to heal goes back to the ancient Egyptians and Greeks.
When one looks at a Vincent Van Gogh painting for longer than a minute, it’s not unusual to find one’s brain suddenly reacting strangely.
If you are a local artist, the Town of Taos wants you!
Gutter Ball: When the bowling ball enters the gutter from the lane.
This is a guest post from my daughter, Genevieve Oswald, Shree Yoga Taos‘ co-owner with Suki Dalury, whom you heard from here, last week as we entered the Holiday Season. Genevieve’s “story” seemed a perfect bookend.
Jimmy Murray sits behind his desk at Envision with a big smile on his face as he shares pictures and highlights from his recent night at an opening at MOMA in NYC.
It’s already Christmas, although here in the Land of Enchantment, it feels like Autumn has moved in for an extended stay and Winter is still on holiday!
Stepping inside the centuries old building that houses the Two Graces Gallery in Ranchos de Taos, one feels as if one has entered a magical les cabinets de curiosités.
Awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award for Fine Art at the prestigious Taos Invites Taos Show at the Taos Fall Arts Festival, Valerie Graves joins R.C. Gorman and Agnes Martin in receiving that special honor.
I invited the Shree Goddesses, Genevieve and Suki, to tell me a bit about what the changing Seasons mean to them. Here is Suki’s response. I’ll post Genevieve’s later in the month.
Twinkling lights and fairytale grottos, a magical tree hung with mini store merch, toys, books, games, magic tricks, charms and an outside playground!