Canyon Road Arts

Volume II, 2006-2007

Navajo Chief’s blankets

Learn about these iconic Navajo weavings Navajo chiefs blankets are the most recognizable and valuable of all Navajo weavings.  They have been collected not only by other Native Americans before the United States even existed, but also by such notable collectors as William Randolph Hearst. A chiefs blanket could be purchased for around fifty dollars […]

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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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Art in Santa Fe hotels

We know you’re anxious to start touring Santa Fe’s galleries and museums, but you don’t even have to leave your hotel to experience a taste of the local art scene. Several of Santa Fe’s best hotels have fine collections of work by New Mexico artists.  They are worth checking out, even if you’re not staying

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New beginnings on Canyon Road

Medicine Man Gallery’s new home by Michael Ettema, Director Medicine Man Gallery Santa Fe It’s one of the best locations in Santa Fe.”  So said Mark Sublette, owner of Medicine Man Gallery, when the quaint, old house on the corner of Canyon Road and Paseo became available five years ago.  As anticipated, the location helped

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