The Railyard District
Arts and crafts from LOCAL ARTISTS.
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1127 Siler Park Lane, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87507
Sold around the world, Frederick Prescott’s outdoor and indoor sculptures are imaginative and highly unique.
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113 Lincoln Avenue
Immerse yourself in new views of the American West. Located on the historic Plaza of Santa Fe.
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1352 Rufina Circle, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87507
HOUSE of ETERNAL RETURN is an interactive art experience featuring a wild new form of storytelling that unfolds through exploration, discovery and 21st century interactivity. Visitors choose their own path, walking climbing and crawling through an imaginative multiverse of more than 70 unique rooms created by a team of over 500 artists.
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217 Johnson Street
Located in the heart of Santa Fe, the Museum presents and advances the legacy of Georgia O’Keeffe and American Modernism. Throughout the year, visitors can see a variety of exhibitions featuring O’Keeffe, her contemporaries, and living artists of distinction. In addition, they can visit the Georgia O’Keeffe Home and Studio in Abiquiu with advance reservations, and enjoy a diverse range of learning opportunities throughout the year.
Open 7 days a week, 10-5, until 7 on Fridays.
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706 Camino Lejo, Santa Fe 87501
“The 12th Annual International Folk Art Market will feature more than 150 master folk artists from around the world”.
July 10, 11, & 12, 2015
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Few places can boast a history as rich and uniue as that of New Mexico. New Mexico Histroic Sites are seven stroied places where the past is palpable. They invoite you to hit the road,explore, and get ou in the golden New Mexico Sun. It’s your chance to follow inthe footsteps of indigenous people, Spanish conquistadors, Civil War soldiers, outlaws and lawmen. Visiting a New Mexico historic site promises to grant you a deeper understanding of those who have gone before us and helped make us who we are today
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926 Baca Street, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505
1/4 Mile of handmade art & studios.
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102 East Water Street, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501
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.
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222 Galisteo Street
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.
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1606 Paseo de Peralta
SITE Santa Fe is a leading international venue for artistic experimentation and curatorial innovation.
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El Rito, NM
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.
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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.
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20 country Road 113A (Summer Road), Santa Fe, New Mexico 87506
Fine Indian Art, Antiques and Movie Props
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177 B Paseo de Paralta
See exotic and amazing insects as well as other natural “oddities” at the local bug museum.
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This district of galleries, restaurants, shopping and the Santa Fe Farmers Market is near downtown, and served by local free shuttles and the Rail Runner train.
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102 W. San Francisco Street, #5
Visit this long-established local gallery where you will find original art presented and sold by Local Santa Fe Artists.
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