Canyon Road Arts

Historic Santa Fe and Taos art colony

The History of Canyon Road

Learn about the early history and special architecture of this famous street The unique mingling of fine art galleries with gracious adobe homes on winding, shaded streets is the essence of Canyon Road’s charm. Although it is just blocks from Santa Fe’s busy plaza, Canyon Road’s special quality arises from its history as a rural […]

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The legacy of Carl von Hassler

The Albuquerque resident who built an artistic legacy painting the landscape of Northern New Mexico By Michael Ettema, Santa Fe Director of Mark Sublette Medicine Man Gallery Growing up in Bremen, Germany, Carl von Hassler always knew he wanted to be an artist. But parents often have different ideas, and at age 14, Carl found

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The Taos Society of Artists

Learn about the era of The Taos Society of Artists, 1915-1927 Santa Fe and Taos are both known around the world for the large number of artists and art galleries that make their home in these old Spanish towns. Santa Fe, with more than ten times the population of its northern neighbor, certainly has the

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