Come join me on a tour of Native American art at the Albuquerque Sunport, which I mentioned in a previous blog. Surprised to hear that our airport has a fantastic art collection? Most people don’t know about the treasures stashed in the halls and on the walls. My friend Ruth Shultz was, at the time,… Read more »
Posts Categorized: Art
The day dawned early and the crush of artists, patrons and collectors in La Fonda’s lobby buzzed with excitement. Nearby, in the Santa Fe Room, Patricia Michaels’ models prepared for their much-anticipated fashion walk around the Plaza. The models breezed quickly through La Fonda’s Lobby and out into the sunshine. Wearing Patricia’s nature-inspired designs, they… Read more »
Spanish Market offers art lovers a chance to explore the evolution of an art form – from youth learning traditions to a new generation of artists expanding the definition of traditional Spanish art to the masters creating exquisite pieces of devotion. We are fortunate to have it all unfold right outside our door every summer.
Recycle Santa Fe’s Art Festival occurred this past weekend at El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe, located in the Railyard. Attached are a few pics showing some of the goodies from the show. From evening gowns to placemats, there was something there for everyone. Each product must contain at least 75% rescued/reused materials and the… Read more »
For the first time ever, the submittals for Indian Market were of such caliber that the judges were not able to choose just one piece as Best of Show. This year we have TWO Best of Show winners. Filmmaker Blackhorse Lowe (Diné) won Best of Show for his film entitled Shimásání, which roughly translated means… Read more »
Today is judging day at Indian Market. All of the artists’ pieces that were delivered to the Convention Center yesterday have now been classified. As I write this, the judges are evaluating each piece of art submitted. The two head honchos in charge of the judging are Carole Sandoval (Ohkay Owingeh), Vice Chair of SWAIA’s… Read more »