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.
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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 »
I just returned to Santa Fe from a trip to London, and was fortunate to be there during the Royal Horticultural Society’s Chelsea Flower Show. I couldn’t wait to share just a bit of the beauty with you. As many of you know, I love my flower garden and attending the show gave me… Read more »
Skiing at Ski Santa Fe is one of my favorite things to do. The snow is still great for early spring skiing and there may be more snow on the way late this weekend and into early next week. Check out the latest episode of View at the Plaza. And, I’d love to hear from… Read more »
It was the birthday party of the century last Friday at the Santa Fe Convention Center. Some 800 people gathered for food, drink, dancing, and people-watching as New Mexico celebrated 100 years since it became a state on Jan. 6, 1912. La Fonda was honored to be host of a pre-party reception for VIPs in… 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.