Susan Earl is using her arts background – utilizing paint and wine – to create a fun bonding experience for co-workers, bridal parties, friends and others.
Pablita Velarde institution negotiating an acquisition
When the wind starts blowing, some New Mexican don’t think of spring, they think of heading out to Moriarty for… more »
Paintings by California-based artists hang with works from NM painters
Rebecca Avitia is feeling like she’s been on a rocket ship – and she only wants to fly higher.
A series of exhibitions encompassing the work of Transcendentalist master Raymond Jonson, the rich environmentalism of Jaune Quick-to-See Smith and a history of portraiture offers a banquet of wildly different styles and techniques at the University of New Mexico Art Museum.
The Albuquerque Museum will host two programs in April to celebrate “Only in Albuquerque,” the innovative history exhibition that takes a new look into our city’s history.
In life, chances will be taken. This is exactly what David Welch is doing.
Since he started the Encaustic Art Institute five years ago, Douglas Mehrens has been imagining a space in the heart of Santa Fe for exhibitions and education about the ancient wax technique.
One thing I’ve always appreciated about Opera Southwest is its not giving in to ridiculous staging fads in opera. For… more »
Clarinetist James Shields takes pleasure in performing classical music that’s old and new.
Hal Holbrook finds the state of the world upsetting.”There’s so much lying going on al …