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Artist Jaymes Dudding used leather gloves discarded by wildland firefighters, including the Granite Mountain Hotshots, to make this tribute to the 19 fallen Granite Mountain team members. It's Dudding's latest artwork made using found gloves.
(Dean Hanson/Journal)

Glove art reflects American spirit

Fallen Arizona Hotshots are honored by sculpture made with the gloves they used while fighting fire in Jemez Mountains.

"Musicians," a 1965 ceramic sculpture by Jos Antonio da Silva, will be part of the "Brasil and Arte Popular" exhibit opening Nov. 17 at the Museum of International Folk Art. (Courtesy of Museum Of International Folk Art)

Exhibits extraordinaire

Fascinating items from permanent collections and recent acquisitions are on display at museums throughout Santa Fe this winter.

Young performers are shown in a scene from "The Nutcracker," the major winter dance production from Aspen Santa Fe Ballet. (Courtesy of Aspen Santa Fe Ballet)

Carols and Nutcrackers

Director Dan Gerrity helps keep the Santa Fe Playhouse stage warm this winter when he directs an adaptation of Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol.”

"A Street in Peking," an oil on board by painter Leon Gaspard, is part of an exhibition of his work opening Nov. 16 at the Nedra Matteucci Galleries in Santa Fe. (Courtesy of Nedra Matteucci Galleries)

Treasures big and small

Santa Fe’s plethora of art galleries are a mecca for artisans and collectors alike.

The New Mexico Museum of Art in Santa Fe is built in the Pueblo Revival style. (Journal)

Snapshot: Santa Fe

Santa Fe has long been “the City Different” — a small city with a big presence on the international art… more »

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