One of the country’s largest art markets, for a singular experience in Santa Fe visit this relaxed outdoor art show and buy fine art directly from the artists. Members regularly donate work to various charity auctions.
David’s works are held in many private and museum collections, including The National Portrait Gallery, The Smithsonian Institution, The New Mexico History Museum, The Wittliff Collections, The Southwestern & Mexican Photography, Collection of Texas State University and The Harwood Museum of Taos, NM.
Opened in 1997, the Georgia O’Keeffe hosts tens of thousands of visitors every year from around the world. The Museum owns more than 3,000 artworks, photographs, and archives that date from 1901 to 1984, as well as O’Keeffe’s homes in Abiquiu and Ghost Ranch. Throughout the year, visitors can see a changing selection of these works. The Museum offers diverse learning opportunities throughout the year.
Here you will find unusual jewelry, pottery, clothing, furniture, southwestern art and one-of-kind gifts.
With a long history, this is a must-see store. Unique and beautiful finds at Mediterrania in both high-end and reasonably priced Home Accessories, Furnishings, Antiques and Textiles from Spain, Portugal, France, Italy and Peru. Due to the variety and quality of its collections, Mediterrania is one of the most respected stores of its kind in the Southwest.
This district of Galleries, Restaurants, Shopping and the Santa Fe Farmer’s Market is near downtown, and served by local free shuttles and the Rail Runner train.
Art*o*mat® is The Art Vending Machine! Vintage cigarette machines have been re-purposed and converted to vend art the size of a box of cigarettes. For only $5 you can collect paintings, drawings, sculpture, photography, jewelry, and more. Created by Clark Whittington in 1997, there are over 100 active Art*o*mat® machines in various locations throughout the country and El Centro De Santa Fe, located one block south of Santa Fe’s historic Plaza, is proud to host the first machine in New Mexico.
Filigree and Finery: the Art of Spanish Elegance
Exhibit Opening January 22 thru May 27, 2013
A rich Santa Fe Photo Experience you can have in just 2 hours, and have a personalized souvenir of your
Just four blocks from the Plaza, you will find Canyon Road, a magical mile of historical importance where you will find exceptional restaurants & cafes, artist demonstrations, boutiques and a wide range of art galleries which make it one of the country’s top art destinations.
My original works are shown at the at the Dark Bird Gallery on Canyon Road and at my Shed at the Tesuque Puebleo Flea Market Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
SITE Santa Fe is a leading international venue for artistic experimentation and curatorial innovation.
Immerse yourself in new views of the American West. Located on the historic Plaza of Santa Fe.
Adult and youth programs and lectures on painting, writing, photography, science and much more.
See exotic and amazing insects as well as other natural “oddities” at the local bug museum
I live and work in the high desert of Santa Fe, New Mexico. When I’m not at the studio, I’m traveling all over the west with my partner, artist Kelly Moore, looking to capture images of wildlife and southwestern landscapes.