Canyon Road Arts

Volume III, 2007-2008

The sculpture of Oreland Joe, CA

Renowned stone and bronze sculptor Excerpted from an original article by Rose Toehe, Flagstaff, AZ Oreland Joe is world-renowned for his work in stone and bronze sculpture. His works can be found in private, corporate, and museum collections in the United States and abroad. Oreland Joe was born in Shiprock, New Mexico on June 3,

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The Fred Harvey Company

Innovative travel industry pioneer showcasing Southwest Indian arts and crafts by Jerry Freund No organization had a greater impact on the American southwest as the Santa Fe Railroad and the Fred Harvey Company. In fact, these companies practically “invented” the image of the southwest that Americans have today. The Fred Harvey Company promoted a “kinder-gentler”

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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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Maynard Dixon’s New Mexico

The beauty of New Mexico seen through the eyes of the Western master by Dr. Mark Sublette Maynard Dixon arrived in New Mexico with Charles Lummis for the first time in September of 1900. He stayed for two and a half months documenting everything he saw and experienced. New Mexico’s architecture, ethnic mix, and old

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