New permanent home will be the 17-acre infield of the racetrack at Expo NM
New initiative joins traditional Indian Market in Santa Fe
SANTA FE – Norma Howard loved to explore and play in the woods, keeping an eye on her little brother. And she loved drawing almost as soon as she could hold a pencil in her hand.
The New Mexico State University Art Gallery presents “Off the Wall,” an exhibition inspired by the minimal wall drawings and sculptures of Sol LeWitt.
Internationally renowned American wrap artists Christo and his late wife Jeanne-Claude cut a wide swath through the installation art world for more than 50 years.
Museum showcases four different art series by ABQ photographer
“Alcove Shows 1917-1927″ showcases old friends and forgotten treasures forging the historic scaffolding of the New Mexico Museum of Art collections.
Artist worked for eight months, up to 14 hours a day to complete wool rug
Lovers of Native American art will get a double dose of works ranging from the traditional to the contemporary this weekend.
Orlando Dugi takes stars invoked in tribal ceremonies and sprinkles them on shimmering silks in the guise of beads and sequins that wink in pinpoints of light.
ABQ resident paints up a storm
Born and reared on the verdant Seneca Nation, Luanne Redeye slips tribal symbols behind portraits of those she left behind.