The Harwood Museum of Art may be a centenarian but the new energy sweeping through its venerable hallways and galleries is deserving of our attention.
The annual Fall Arts Festival in Taos is an event that has always brought our community together in a strong acknowledgement of the central role Art has here in Taos.
As Summer comes to an end and the cool evenings herald Autumn’s return to the Mountains, there’s no better time to celebrate Art in Taos.
Might not be gold.
The Michael McCormick Gallery has always celebrated Indian Market here in Taos.
In August of 1998, the Associated Press reported a bizarre story about the discovery of an artist’s urn at a recycling center in Taos.
This week, Claire Haye has reached a milestone; two decades in her beautiful, eponymous Gallery on the road to Taos Ski Valley.
When Lenny Foster packed up his last belongings and closed the doors of his Living Light Gallery on Kit Carson Road earlier this year, his long goodbye brought tears to many a Taoseno eye.
There are tamales and there are tamales.
We’ve had a heat spell up here in the High Desert so I thought I would do a series of posts about ways to cool off as you explore Taos and its environs.