Glenn Green Gallery & Sculpture Garden
View work by more than 40 acclaimed artists in this spacious, elegant gallery and expansive sculpture garden, occupying 5.5 acres. The sculpture, painting, basketry, prints, photography, and jewelry represent the finest in artistic expression, from the sculptures of Allan Houser and Eduardo Oropeza to the paintings of Kenji Yoshida, and the Rainforest Basketry of the Wounaan.
Open by appointment
The beauty of glass comes to life when you watch a glassblowing demonstration by a seasoned artist or take a tour of the cast glass facility at this venerated gallery and studio. You may find yourself taking a lesson in glassblowing yourself. Diverse artists work out of the glass blowing studio, and the space also includes a gallery and bead making room.
The Poeh Gallery showcases art that is created by students and instructors in Poeh Studio Classes, held in the beautiful adobe buildings of the Poeh Cultural Center and Museum. The gallery features jewelry, micaceous pottery, Pueblo Polychrome pottery, stone sculpture, and many other traditional art forms including hand carved drums, exquisitely embroidered and hand woven kilts and mantas, moccasins and much more.
78 Cities of Gold Rd.
Santa Fe, NM 87506
Nambé Trading Post & Museum Of Western Film & Costume
This historic trading post is brimming with Southwest treasures , from Zuni katsinas and Navajo weavings to antique and contemporary Pueblo pottery, old pawn jewelry, paintings and other unique pieces It's only fitting that you'll find movie costumes and props from award- winning Westerns in this unique shop, housed in one of the last remaining trading posts from the days of the Old West.
Centinela Traditional Arts
Unique hand-woven textile art in the Chimayó/ Rio Grande weaving tradition of Northern New Mexico and of the American Southwest is showcased at Centinela Traditional Arts in Chimayó. The shop represents exceptional Chimayó weavers creating blankets, jackets, rugs and many other items.
Chimayó Trading And Mercantile
This outstanding collection of historical classics and top contemporary Southwestern artists includes Pueblo pottery, Navajo rugs and weavings, Hopi katchinas, Native American baskets and paintings by Native American and Southwestern artists. Stop in and see “Where History Meets Art in Northern New Mexico.”
Ortega’s De Chimayó
The iconic weavings produced at this venerated shop are rooted in nine generations of traditional northern New Mexico weavers. Ortega's is renowned for beautiful clothing, colorful accessories, blankets, purses, rugs, pillows, vests, coats and more, and the work is collected worldwide.
Immerse yourself in the “House of Eternal Return,” Meow Wolf’s fantastical art installation that combines technology with explorable environments to inspire visitors of all ages. More than 100 artists collaborated to create this wildly imaginative art space, a unique combination of children's museum, art gallery, jungle gym, and fantasy novel.
Origami In The Garden
Artist Kevin Box is renowned for his large-scale sculptures that celebrate movement with flying birds, emerging butterflies, floating boats and soaring paper airplanes, inspired by the ancient art of origami. View 20 of his pieces in this serene sculpture garden, located on the Turquoise Trail.
Open to the public by appointment or by chance.
Seppanen & Daughters Fine Textiles
Marvel at the wondrous weavings from Tibet, Afghanistan and Morocco as well as textiles from the Navajo Indians of the American Southwest and the Zapotec Indians of Oaxaca, Mexico. A visit to this showroom is like taking a trek around the globe.
Paul Olsen Gallery
An eclectic gallery in a historic mining town, this intimate space represents work by contemporary artists Carl Apfelschnitt, Gregory Botts, Stephen Hale, Carlos Cruz;, David Kapp and Shelly Johnson.
2850 Hwy 14
Madrid, NM 87010
Allan Houser Sculpture Park And Gallery
More than 70 stunning monumental works by America's preeminent Native American artist, Allan Houser seem to come to life in this serene sculpture park, surrounded by juniper, chamisa and glorious panoramic views. This lauded Chiricahua Apache artist forged a new path for Native American artists with his representational and abstract sculptures. The indoor gallery exhibits hundreds of Houser’s smaller sculptures as well as paintings and drawings.
Open by appointment only. Guided tours of the sculpture park are offered Monday-Saturday.