If you’ve been following taoStyle for a while, by now you are familiar with Michael McCormick’s eclectic, contemporary gallery here in Taos.
The Harwood Museum show, Work by Women, would not be complete without the inclusion of one Taosena in particular.
I don’t recall how or where I first met Erin Currier, but I’ve been looking at her work since her first show in Taos at the old South Side Bean.
Zoe Zimmerman was born on May 24 1965 in NYC.
As a child growing up in Arizona, Jolene Yazzie says she always liked to do “boy stuff.”
Work By Women, opens at the Harwood Museum of Art, on February 10th, and could not be more timely.
Suzanne Betz credits her upbringing in a military family with unleashing the artist within.
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!
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.