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20th C West Art Appraisal, Inc.
Care, passion and attention go into collecting fine art. The same qualities should be exercised in valuing fine art. 20th Century West Art Appraisal, Inc. assists you by providing accurate, independent valuations of 19th Century through Contemporary American art, with a specialization in Western and Southwestern paintings, drawings, prints and sculpture.
516 ARTS is an independent, nonprofit arts venue located at 516 Central Avenue between 5th and 6th Streets in the center of Downtown Albuquerque. The 5,500 square foot, two-story gallery is a unique, hybrid venue somewhere between a gallery and museum. 516 ARTS offers adventurous programs that address current issues in world culture, presenting innovative and interdisciplinary exhibitions, events and educational activities in a variety of art forms, including visual and literary arts, film/video and music.
Academy For the Love of Learning
The mission of the Academy for the Love of Learning is to awaken, enliven, nurture and sustain the natural love of learning in people of all ages. To achieve our mission, the Academy has developed transformative curricula and methodologies–our learning field inquiry approach–offered through our integrated set of programs, conferences, organizational practices and research. The intent of our work is to help stimulate and support the rebirth and renewal of learning and education in America.
Albuquerque Museum of Art and History
There is great recognition of, and support for, art in our community. It also means we are able to offer a wide range of attractions and programs with only modest charge to the public. We are located in the heart of historic Old Town and just across the street from the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Explora, the Children's Science Museum. Check our website for upcoming events and exhibits.
Allan Houser Gallery
Allan Houser has been a significant figure in American Art since the 1930's. His work is collected around the world. He is one of the best and widely known American artists of the 20th Century. His work is included in the permanent collections of over 70 museums across the United States, Europe and the Far East. His working career spanned six decades, and his influence still resounds in American modern sculpture.
American Country Collection
Established 1985. Locally owned – Locally operated. Voted Best Showroom in the Southwest and Midwest by The ARTS awards. ACC showcases impeccable furnishings, carrying only the best quality designers and providing world-class designer services and customer care. No matter what medium or product category – furniture, bed linens, frames, art, rugs or whatever else – ACC remains true to its heritage and continues to inspire customers to love the way they live.
Since 2003, Asian Adobe has been Santa Fe's best source for exquisite antique Chinese furniture and collectibles, contemporary leather furnishings and unique accessories. We are also the exclusive United States gallery for one of China's finest contemporary artists Guo Ming Fu, who paints classic Chinese scenes using a refreshing, modern and colorful style.
Belle Gold Fine Jewelry
Fine 18-karat gold jewelry in the tradition of the colonial Andes by Susan Bell. The filigree work of Southern Ecuador is considered the pinnacle of gold metalworking tradition and ranks among the most skilled in the world. I design contemporary jewelry inspired by the craftsmanship of these indigenous metalworkers and traditional styles. It is made entirely by hand in exactly the same manner of four hundred years ago.
Blue Rain Gallery
Blue Rain Gallery is committed to promoting work of the finest contemporary Native American and regional artists. The gallery features an extraordinary collection of glass sculpture, glass vessels, pueblo pottery, paintings, bronze sculpture, kachinas, and jewelry. Blue Rain Gallery has a nationally recognized select group of artists which includes Preston Singletary, Tammy Garcia, Tony Abeyta, Richard Zane Smith, Gustavo Victor Goler, Jamie Okuma, Gerald Cournoyer, Ben Wright, Jim Vogel, Randall LaGro, Norma Howard, Mateo Romero, Les Namingha, Star Liana York, and Larry Vasquez to name just a few.
Cafe Pasqual's is named for the folk saint of Mexican and New Mexican kitchens and cooks, San Pasqual. Our historic pueblo-style adobe is located one block southwest of the plaza, in the heart of downtown Santa Fe. Our festive dining room is lined with hand-painted Mexican tiles and murals by the renowned Mexican painter Leovigildo Martinez, depicting the moon reveling at her fiesta. Pasqual's is a small cafe by any standards, seating only fifty at a time, but each day the kitchen makes enormous quantities of food. We bake dozens of loaves of bread, churn gallons of ice cream, create chile sauces by the potful, hand-chop the ingredients for crocks of salsas, and perform countless other operations. We are devoted to food quality, and currently offer organic and naturally raised beef, pork, eggs, dairy, produce, sugars, flours, maple syrup, flavorings and spices!
Clemens & Associates
Clemens & Associates, Inc. is a landscape architecture, contracting, and fine stonework firm creating some of the Santa Fe area's most spectacular gardens since 1980. We offer a wide spectrum of professional design, installation and maintenance services for gardens, water features, stonework and garden structures. Our specialty is in creating and maintaining outdoor spaces for living and our architects are also specialists on water conservation issues and xeriscape design.
Contemporary Hispanic Market
The Contemporary Hispanic Market has proudly showcased New Mexico's contemporary Hispanic art for twenty four years, by providing the artists with an opportunity to exhibit their work in a public venue and giving both the casual and serious collector a rare opportunity to meet and visit with some of New Mexico's most respected Hispanic Artists.
Dougherty Real Estate Co., LLC
Dougherty Real Estate Co., is a small, quality-oriented firm composed of long-time Santa Fe real estate brokers. We have over 100 years experience among us in every segment of the Santa Fe market. Entering into a buyer's brokerage agreement with us costs you nothing, may save you many dollars on your purchase, and certainly will ensure that you have an advocate who will look after your interests before, during, and after the transaction.
Douglas Magnus is a Santa Fe jewelry designer/artist with an extensive portfolio dating back to 1972. Working in the Southwest lexicon of traditional heritage styling, materials and methods, he expands those horizons. His work is both ancient and modern, familiar yet fresh, and ever reaching beyond. Amongst his specialties is rare Cerrillos turquoise from ancient mines near Santa Fe, which he owns. It is a tangible link with past generations spanning more than 1,000 years. This connection informs and inspires the work, creating a unique niche.
Eldorado Studio Tour
This is an annual art event.
This spring, our artists will open their studios on May 18-19 from 10am-5pm. 110 artists in 72 open studios will be showcasing work in a variety of media and genres including painting, ceramic, drawing, glass, jewelry, oil, photography, printmaking, sculpture, wood, and digital, fiber, wearable and recycled art.
The Tour weekend kicks off Friday, May 17 with an artist reception in the Preview Gallery from 5-7pm. Here you'll meet the artists and have another opportunity to view their work.
Check our website for locations and details. See you soon!
Life long gallerist, Kathrine Erickson brings 27 years of visual and performance art exhibition experience to the creation of EVOKE Contemporary. Elan Varshay, renowned jewelry designer of 30 years is the other half of the collaboration that brought EVOKE Contemporary to fruition.
The Garcia Automotive Group sells cars, trucks, SUVs, and vans to Albuquerque, NM, Santa Fe, NM, and El Paso, TX.
We treat the needs of each individual customer with paramount concern. We know that you have high expectations, and as a car dealer we enjoy the challenge of meeting and exceeding those standards each and every time. Allow us to demonstrate our commitment to excellence!
Georgia O'Keeffe Museum
Opened to the public in July 1997, eleven years after the death of one of the most significant artists of the 20th century, The Georgia O'Keeffe Museum, in Santa Fe, New Mexico, welcomes more than 2,225,000 visitors from all over the world making it the most visited art museum in the state of New Mexico. It is the only museum in the world dedicated to an internationally known American woman artist.
Ghost Ranch is a national conference center of the Presbyterian Church (USA), an integral partner in the church's ministry since the Abiquiu site was given to the Presbyterian Church in 1955. The Ranch continues to aspire to be a vital leader in the church's ministry -- training, preparing and enriching its leaders, hosting its events and welcoming congregations. Ghost Ranch is a transformational space. We welcome people of all faiths and nationalities and strive to find ways to bridge the divisions that so often separate people from one another.
Giacobbe Fritz Fine Art
Giacobbe-Fritz Fine Art exhibits paintings, sculpture and graphics by outstanding emerging and established artists. Housed in a rambling 1890 adobe with oak floors on historic Canyon Road, Santa Fe's famous street of galleries. The artwork we display, though tremendously eclectic, has in common the qualities of excellence, warmth, freshness, integrity, the embrace of color and texture, and a delight in portraying the world we share.
Hunter Kirkland Contemporary
Located at the beginning of Canyon Road in Santa Fe, NM, the gallery specializes in contemporary art which appeals to the aesthetic sense as well as the intellect. This exceptional gallery features contemporary art created by an exciting group of nationally recognized artists. Diverse exhibitions of works by established painters and sculptors are to be discovered at Hunter Kirkland Contemporary.
IAIA Gift Shop
The Museum of Contemporary Native Arts store offers the best selection of Native American art books, jewelry and other gifts in downtown Santa Fe. Regularly rotating exhibits feature both well-established and up and coming artists from Native America. The best part about shopping at the store. All purchases support the Museum!
The Museum of Contemporary Native Arts (MoCNA), a center of the Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA), is dedicated to increasing public understanding and appreciation for contemporary Native art, history and culture through presentation, acquisition, preservation, and interpretation. The Museum of Contemporary Native Arts is recognized as the pre-eminent organizer of exhibitions devoted exclusively to the display of dynamic and diverse arts practices representative of Native North America.
Jane Hamilton Fine Art
An established gallery of over 22 years, Jane Hamilton Fine Art has opened a Santa Fe venue at 200 Canyon Road Suite D.
The gallery is known for its wide array of tri-cultural artists in traditional, contemporary, southwestern, and abstract paintings and sculptures. Fine work of Zulia Gotay de Anderson, Santos Barbosa, Joseph Birdsong, George Bodine, Juan Carlos Bresada, Merlin Cohen, Linda Dobkin, Linda Leslie, Tom Murray, Pat Parkinson, Paula Peacock, Francisco Rodriquez, Barry Sapp, John Suazo, Charles Thomas and art furniture by Sticks.
John Rippel USA
John Rippel U.S.A. is home to the designer’s signature collection of sterling silver belt buckles, stone inlay buckles, jewelry and gifts. His downtown store just off the historic Santa Fe Plaza also features vintage Native American silverwork and jewelry by such talents as: Andi Callahan, Doris King, Cherie Magnello, Gloria Sawin, Jennifer Sihvonen, Ray Van Cleve, gold and silver Storywheels™ and Porsche Design.
Keshi (kay-SHE) is the traditional greeting of the Zuni Pueblo people who live in western New Mexico. Our store is called Keshi, 'the Zuni Connection,' because of our close ties with the people of the Zuni Pueblo. Established in 1981 as a co-op for Zuni arts and crafts, Keshi has always maintained personal relationships with individual carvers, jewelers, and potters. We continue to buy directly from the Zuni people. Our reasonable prices and complete authenticity reflect this.
La Estancia Alegre
New Mexico's premier Peruvian Paso horse Breeding and Training Facility. Home of endurance stallion, Domecq. Includes sales and stud services.
La Posada de Santa Fe Resort and Spa
Intimately bathed in Southwestern culture, La Posada de Santa Fe Resort & Spa is a magical downtown Santa Fe hotel featuring Pueblo revival architecture, an abundance of Southwestern art, and 157 newly refurbished downtown Santa Fe hotel accommodations characteristic of the early adobe art colony that still remains from La Posada's origin. Located just two blocks from the city's historic Plaza, art galleries, and unique shopping, our downtown Santa Fe hotel features quality amenities, including the soothing RockResorts Spa serving as a downtown Santa Fe day spa as well, AAA Four Diamond Award-winning Fuego restaurant, fitness center, outdoor pool and whirlpool, and much more.
Lyn A. Fox Fine Pueblo Pottery
Welcome to Lyn A. Fox Fine Pueblo Pottery located at 200 Canyon Road. For many years, we have specialized in exceptional examples of historic pottery from the pueblos of northern New Mexico: collector-selected pueblo pottery dough bowls, storage jars, ollas and mid-sized pots; small forms, unusual old tourist pottery items and older and traditionally made pueblo pottery storyteller figures and we are the only pueblo pottery gallery representing master potter Lonnie Vigil of Nambe Pueblo. Our only goal is to serve the needs of beginning and advanced collectors by sharing the rich histories and love behind these pieces. We are always looking for fine pottery to purchase or consign; individual items and collections. Visit our website for more details or call us at (505) 577-0835.
Martha Hopkins Streuver
Since opening my first Native Indian art gallery in Chicago 32 years ago, I have focused on one primary goal to bring the best Southwestern American Indian art to collectors everywhere. I'm now one of the longest-standing American Indian art dealers in the world, and I've developed both a keen eye for great design and a strong sense of scholarship. I've built lasting relationships with magnificent American Indian artists, and I've acquired some of their finest works. Operating from Santa Fe, New Mexico affords me close access to the center of the Native American art world, and now, with my new online art gallery, I am able to bring the very best American Indian jewelry and pottery to a much wider audience.
Midtown bistro, featuring Executive Chef Angel Estrada, offers Santa Fe gourmet fine dining with a Southwest flair.
Millicent Rogers Museum
Visitors enjoy many outstanding historical collections of Native American art and jewelry, contemporary paintings, weavings, and pottery, including the Maria Martinez family collection. Millicent Rogers Museum's superb setting — with spectacular views of the many hued Sangre de Cristo Mountains, its gracious adobe architecture which is a combination of a historic Taos Style house with elegant additions designed by the renowned architect, Nathanial Owens — adds to the pleasure of visiting this jewel of the high desert terrain and the legacy of Millicent Rogers.
Montecristi Custom Hatworks
"Your New Hat Is Already Legendary"
A Montecristi Hat is a unique, handpicked treasure of flawless craftsmanship and classic style that is custom designed and fitted to your exact head shape and size.
visit our website for styles and pricing. Or call or stop by. We'd love to see you!
Museum Hill Café
Open 9AM-4PM Tuesday through Sunday, lunch is served from 11am to 3pm. Free parking, great views, wonderful food, plus free wifi and a friendly staff!
Niman Fine Art
Niman Fine Art was established in 1990 and is family-owned and operated. The gallery specializes in representing the works of internationally known artist Dan Namingha, contemporary sculptor Arlo Namingha and Mixed Media Photographgy by Michael Namingha. The gallery is managed by Dan's wife Frances
and Arlo's wife Nicole.
New Mexico Arts is the state arts agency and a division of the Department of Cultural Affairs. The 15-member governor-appointed New Mexico Arts Commission serves as our advisory body. Our primary function is to provide financial support for arts services and programs to non-profit organizations statewide and to administer the 1% public art program for the state of New Mexico. New Mexico Arts Mission: To Preserve, Enhance, and Develop the Arts in New Mexico through Partnerships, Public Awareness, and Education, and to Enrich the Quality of Life for Present and Future Generations.
For more than twenty years, The Owings Gallery has consistently maintained an extensive collection of American art. The Owings Gallery exhibits works ranging from the Stieglitz Circle, The Ashcan School to the Taos Society of Artists and the Santa Fe Cinco Pintores.
Santa Fe Area Homebuilders
The Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association is a non-profit trade association in the Santa Fe, Taos, Angel Fire and Los Alamos areas. We present a wide array of professionals in addition to Builders and Developers. These construction-related businesses include: architects, landscapers, interior designers, Remodelors, finance companies, as well as construction materials suppliers. Together we contribute to the growth, prosperity and quality of life our “City Different” has come to enjoy.
Santa Fe Pro Musica
Santa Fe Pro Musica is that rare musical organization: strongly committed to its community, while achieving national recognition. Founded in 1980 by Tom O’Connor (Music Director and Conductor) and Carol Redman (Education and Associate Artistic Director) Santa Fe Pro Musica has consistently expanded its repertoire, its audience, and its reputation. Pro Musica embodies the founders' vision: a performing arts and educational music nonprofit organization that has grown into a major musical presence in Northern New Mexico and far beyond.
Santa Fe Selection Travel Guide & Concierge
Santa Fe Selection Travel Guide & Concierge is your key to the authentic Santa Fe - highlighting only the best activities, day trips, shopping, dining, lodging and more to make your visit to Santa Fe a wonderful experience. Receive free personal referrals and concierge assistance from a Santa Fe local to help you plan your trip. Contact Maria Johnson
(505) 470 2991 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Shiprock Trading Post
Shiprock Santa Fe features dynamic displays of Navajo textiles from the mid-19th century to the present, and remarkable jewelry, pottery, basketry, sculpture, and fine artworks from the past as well as from today's generation of top Navajo, Hopi, Zuni and Pueblo artisans. Shiprock Santa Fe has also become Santa Fe's unexpected source for vintage modern home furnishings, including pieces by master wood worker George Nakashima and his daughter, and many more.
Susan's Christmas Shop
Susan's Christmas Shop in Santa Fe offers the best selection of handmade Christmas ornaments and nativities, since 1978. Susan's hottest item is her best selling book, Christmas in Santa Fe. The first edition sold out quickly. Make your gift list and order today, before the first printing of the second edition is sold out. Already have the first edition? Give it to a friend and get the Revised and Expanded edition for your self! You will love it and it will add to your enjoyment of the Christmas season in "the Land of Enchantment."
SWAIA ~Indian Market
Each August for the past eighty years, Santa Fe Indian Market has brought together the most gifted Native American artists from the U.S. with millions of visitors and collectors from around the world. The extended weekend of beauty and celebration ranks as the world's largest and most highly acclaimed Native American arts show and as New Mexico's largest attended annual weekend event.
Than Povi Fine Art Gallery
New Mexico Native American Finest Art Collections from various Pueblos.
The Horse Shelter
Rescuing Abused, Abandoned and Neglected Horses Throughout New Mexico
First and foremost, we are dedicated to providing a safe, healthy environment for rescued horses.
We follow up on each and every report we receive of horse abuse or neglect. We disseminate information on proper horse care for horse owners and make every attempt to assist individuals in the care of their horses.
The Lea County Cowboy Hall of Fame and Western Heritage Center
We are a New Mexico non-profit corporation whose purpose is to:
*Commemorate those persons from Lea County who have made outstanding contributions in rodeo, as a ranch cowboy, and related individuals who have influenced the growth of our communities through their leadership.
*Enhance and compliment the educational process at the New Mexico Junior College, providing scholarships, educating the public and research in the area of the history of Lea County, and
*Collect artifacts of and serve as a living memorial to the indomitable spirit of westerners past, present, and future.
Located inside the Historic La Fonda Hotel, Things Finer has been Santa Fe's premier source for fine antique and contemporary jewelry for over 30 years. Offering an eclectic array of treasures from the four corners of the earth - jewelry, antique silver crystal and objets d'art, gift items, decorative accessories, and whimsical holiday ornaments.
UBS Vasquez Portfolio Group
In today's fast-paced world, few people have the time or resources necessary to manage their investments. We can help. Whether it's planning for retirement, a child's education or the start of a new business, we'll take the time to understand your needs so that together we can develop a personalized wealth management plan. We can also advise you on changing market conditions, and suggest a periodic review to re-evaluate your investment goals and strategies.
William Siegal Gallery
The William Siegal Gallery in Santa Fe is a high-concept space that exhibits a distinguished collection of ancient art and artifacts alongside contemporary works of art. This stunning five thousand square foot gallery provides a rare opportunity to appreciate art that spans 5,000 years and many different cultures, while inspiring a new collecting sensibility: the Old is New and the New is Old. Side-by-side, they create exciting dialogs.
Wiseman & Gale & Duncan Interiors
Wiseman & Gale & Duncan Interiors has been creating custom residential and commercial interiors for more than fifteen years. We have a savvy team of experienced designers who come from a variety of backgrounds, allowing us to offer our clients a wide range of styles. Design projects are collaborative efforts between the designer and the client in which the designer translates a client's lifestyle, taste and dreams into an ideal personal or professional space.
Wright's Indian Art
Since 1907, Native American Indian jewelry, pottery, kachinas, fetishes, sculpture, Navajo and Zapotec rugs, Navajo folk art, masks, hot blown glass - and everything else individual Indian artists create - are found at Wright's Indian Art. Now in our 106th consecutive year!
We choose each piece as if we were keeping it ourselves, and our standards are rigorous. Contact us with questions, or drop by and visit when you're in Albuquerque.
Zane Bennett Contemporary
Zane Bennett Contemporary Art gallery resides in one of the most unique architectural spaces in the City Different. Here you will find unexpected art programs and exhibitions which are engaging and visually stimulating. The nearly 10,000 square foot space allows for ongoing offerings of important and well-established contemporary artists, internationally-known mid-career, emerging and regional artists as well as blue chip artists. You will find accessible exhibits of paintings, prints, drawings, substantial sculpture and photography and other fine art.
Zaplin Lampert Gallery
Founded in 1987, the Zaplin Lampert Gallery has become known as a major fine art destination on Santa Fe's historic Canyon Road. The Gallery specializes in masterworks by the early artists of the Taos Society, the Santa Fe art colony, and American painters of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.