A new museum in Santa Fe houses the largest collection of works by New Mexico’s most admired painter.
LuAnn Tafoya, red carved flat bowl , 51⁄2 x 12. By Marsha McEuen Traditional pottery LuAnn Tafoya Clay is a gift from the earth. It is the product of eons, ground by slowly shifting mountains, colored with minerals leached from rock by endless seasons of rainfall, and sifted in rushing streams. Mixed by nature...
Visitors attended the first Southwest Indian Fair in 1922. Photo #39516 courtesy the Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe. By Jo Ann Baldinger Santa Fe Indian Market is the oldest, largest, and most prestigious event of its kind—a unique blend of people and cultures that has launched the careers of scores of renowned artists....
Even new collectors can afford original art. This month we present four wildlife paintings, available for $5,000 or less.
On Location: Six artists hooked on painting outdoors
6 West Coast artists capture the essence of urban life
“Texas has such a variety of subjects, from rural to urban, that it is a never-ending source of inspiration. While photographs can be a legitimate source for a painting, working on location always inspires me—the quality of light, the sounds, the fresh air, the feel of a place. It is, in my opinion, the...
The Masters of the American West Fine Art Exhibition and Sale opens at the Autry National Center this month
Project Compassion presents military families with portraits of their fallen loved ones