I spent this past weekend exploring part of the Texas Hill Country. Texas shows Santa Fe a lot of love, so I thought I’d return the favor with a few photographs of some must-see places in Wimberley, Driftwood and Gruene, Texas.
Monthly Archives: July 2012
The Santa Fe International Folk Art Market was the place to be this past weekend. The Friday night preview continues to grow in popularity and this year it was packed with excited buyers getting their first glimpse at artwork from around the world. It’s also a great place to see friends from all walks… Read more »
It was my privilege to sit down and talk with innovator and inventor Charles W. Robinson this week. At 92, he holds 44 patents and is at the helm of M Ship Co., a US firm that develops boats with special speed-enhancing hulls, currently being used by the US to track down and intercept drug… Read more »
The biggies are, of course, the art fairs: a weekend of international contemporary art at ART Santa Fe, the 9th annual International Folk Art Market, the 61st annual Spanish Market on the Plaza, and the Santa Fe Indian Market in August – all with exclusive opening-night galas. Pack a second gown or tux for the Santa Fe Concert Association’s cocktail gala at a private home… Read more »