The last time I featured Bill Baker’s incredible work, he had just returned from Mexico where he had gone once more, to visit and photograph the Tarahumara, the tribe he’s become known for portraying.
I was going to title this post “Queen Elizabeth”, but thought it might be too confusing to those who don’t know her.
It’s that time of year again!
The dress and the hair are the first things on every Bride to be’s mind, as they start planning their big day.
The annual Halloween Extravaganza on Taos Plaza, seems like a great opportunity to wrap up Pink October with a flourish.
Anais Rumfelt has been making art forever.
Long a tradition in these parts, All Saints and All Souls Day are observed with ritual and prayer as October comes to an end and November heralds the advent of Winter.
It might be pumpkin season where you live, but here in Taos, today is a Pink Day and everything has a rosy glow.
These days few are aware of the literary origins of the Burlesque tradition, which began in England during the Victorian Era.
The New Mexico History Museum/Palace of the Governors has a very cool and informative project in the works.
My daughter Angelica got married on Saturday, to her true love Lee Backer.