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Native American Pottery – How to identify and price early historic Zia and Acoma pottery

Posted by on Jun 23, 2016 in Video | 0 comments

Native American Pottery – How to identify and price early historic Zia and Acoma pottery

Early Native American Zia pottery is highly sought after by pueblo pottery collectors. Learn about the different types and history of Zia and Acoma pottery. Dr. Mark Sublette owner of Medicine Man Gallery with 25 years experience gives you tips on what to look for when collecting Zia pottery.   View more educational videos from Medicine Man Gallery on their Youtube...

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Native American Pottery – How to identify and price Cochiti and Tesuque Pueblo figurines (Part 2)

Posted by on Jun 23, 2016 in Video | 0 comments

Native American Pottery – How to identify and price Cochiti and Tesuque Pueblo figurines (Part 2)

Learn about early Native American Cochiti and Tesuque figurine pottery, including figurine types, pricing and history of Cochiti and Tesuque pottery. Dr. Mark Sublette owner of Medicine Man Gallery with 25 years experience gives you tips on what to look for when collecting Cochiti and Tesuque indian pottery figurines.   View more educational videos from Medicine Man Gallery on their Youtube...

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Native American Pottery – How to identify and price Cochiti and Tesuque Pueblo pottery (Part 1)

Posted by on Jun 23, 2016 in Video | 0 comments

Native American Pottery – How to identify and price Cochiti and Tesuque Pueblo pottery (Part 1)

Early Native American Cochiti and Tesuque pottery is highly sought after by pueblo pottery collectors. Learn about the different types and history of Cochiti and Tesuque pottery. Dr. Mark Sublette owner of Medicine Man Gallery with 25 years experience gives you tips on what to look for when collecting Cochiti and Tesuque pottery.   View more educational videos from Medicine Man Gallery on their Youtube...

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Native American Pottery – How to Identify and Price Santa Clara Pueblo Indian Pottery

Posted by on Jun 23, 2016 in Video | 0 comments

Native American Pottery – How to Identify and Price Santa Clara Pueblo Indian Pottery

Early Native American Santa Clara pottery is highly sought after by pueblo pottery collectors. Learn the different pottery types, price values and history of Santa Clara pottery.  Dr. Mark Sublette owner of Medicine Man Gallery with 25 years experience gives you tips on what to look for when collecting Santa Clara pottery.   View more educational videos from Medicine Man Gallery on their Youtube...

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The Taos Society Artist Colony, History and Paintings

Posted by on Jun 23, 2016 in Video | 0 comments

The Taos Society Artist Colony, History and Paintings

Medicine Man Gallery owner Dr. Mark Sublette discusses the history of the Taos Founders with painting examples of all the Society members. Learn what to look for and price structure of the Taos colony paintings. View more Medicine Man Gallery educational videos on their YouTube...

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Summer Staycation

Posted by on Jun 10, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

By Wolf Schneider Sometimes the perfect Santa Fe day is the hubbub of Indian Market or the new IFAM spin-off market. Sometimes, it’s the relaxation of a spa day-pass at the lavish Four Seasons Resort Rancho Encantado Santa Fe, sprawling over 57 pristine high-mountain acres. First was a restorative slow-yoga class led by the enthusiastic Kat Sawyer, who specializes in Vinyasa flow-oriented yoga. We did eagle and warrior poses, and got into a calming, freeing groove. French doors opened onto the courtyard where a breeze rustled through aspens...

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Traveling Time

Posted by on Mar 4, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

by Wolf Schneider Used to be, flying from Santa Fe to LA meant embarking on the long haul down I-25 to Albuquerque Airport three or four hours before the flight. This last trip, I made the easy 30-minute drive across Rodeo Road for the 50-seat American Airlines direct flight out of tiny Santa Fe Airport. An intimate affair, the American Eagle flight is operating four days a week right now. Coming back was even better, navigating through giant LAX to come upon folks I knew at the small satellite terminal for the Santa Fe flight, including...

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Baby, It’s Cold Outside

Posted by on Jan 10, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

by Wolf Schneider Now is the cold and quiet time in Santa Fe, when we stoke our fireplaces with piñon and cedar wood, and reflect on our lives with grounded energy as bare branches shudder outside. Santa Fe often goes its own way. So far we’ve escaped the polar vortex. It’s mostly in the teens and 20s when our days start and we’ve had some snow. We relish our 325 days a year of sunshine now, parking where sunlight streams into our vehicles. In January, town tends to be lightly occupied, mostly with locals in puffy jackets, some skiers, and...

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Welcome to the new canyonroadarts.com

Posted by on Jun 13, 2013 in Blog | 0 comments

Welcome to the new canyonroadarts.com

We are pleased to announce this expanded and redesigned new website Canyon Road Arts is your complete guide to Santa Fe art, culture, and lifestyle including galleries, cultural attractions, dining, lodging, shopping, entertainment, and recreation here in America’s oldest capital city. Santa Fe is a pint-sized city offering an outsized array of things to see and do. Our goal is to help you sort through the choices so you can make the most enjoyable use your time and money whether you’re a short-term visitor, a part-time resident, or a native...

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Lucky Streaks

Posted by on Jun 13, 2013 in Blog | 0 comments

Here in Santa Fe, birds are chirping, cottonwoods and elms are leafing out, wildflowers are blooming, and it’s light until almost 9 PM. Everybody seems to have a Santa Fe connection, come summer. Did you see jockey Mike Smith win the Belmont Stakes on Palace Malice this weekend? Smith is related to gallery owner Nedra Matteucci, whose lush, green sculpture garden is looking like an elegant little Central Park right around now. Patio dining is in full swing at Charles Dale’s Bouche French bistro, where gourmands are flocking. At just 6pm all...

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