Claire Haye’s new show Clay: Then And Now, opened at Magpie last week.
One sunny day in early September, I met Megan Yackovich for coffee at Koko’s.
Hot on the heels of Burning Man, the Paseo Project Festival segues into Taos this weekend.
Every year since 2008, the artists of the Taos Artist Organization (TAO) have held a Labor Day Studio Tour.
Full Circle: Taos Pueblo Contemporary opened on July 7th at the Couse-Sharp Historic Site’s Luna Chapel.
Tomorrow, August 18th, from 5-9pm, the Michael McCormick Gallery will host their Annual Indian Market bash.
The Paseo is just around the corner, and this year it promises to exceed all of our expectations!
A couple of weeks ago, I visited Ron Cooper at his studio in Ranchos.
This Saturday, August 11th, the Annual Dog Days of Summer Concert to Benefit Stray Hearts is back for its 9th year!
This Friday, August 3, the Blumenschein Home & Museum will feature a small selection of large works by the late Rory Wagner.
Fiestas weekend in Taos is always a party!
Born and raised in Ohio, Deb Komitor spent her childhood in nature, climbing trees and spending hours in creeks catching tadpoles and butterflies.