Top Choice Arts & Crafts in Santa Fe

LoneDog NoiseCat

Exactly the kind of gallery first-timers hope to find along Canyon Road, and until now seldom did – a provocative and stimulating array of proudly contemporary Native American (or ‘Neo-abOriginal’) art, eschewing st…
Top Choice Arts & Crafts in Chimayó

Centinela Traditional Arts

This part studio, part cooperative gallery is run by seventh-generation weaver Irvin Trujillo and his wife Lisa. Irvin's work is displayed at the Smithsonian in Washington DC and the Museum of Art in Santa Fe. Natur…
Top Choice Arts & Crafts in Santa Fe

Seret & Sons

Feel like you've stepped into an Asian or Arabian bazaar at this warehouse-like emporium of art and sculpture, overflowing with gorgeous Afghan rugs, Tibetan furniture, giant stone elephants and solid teak doors. Ge…
Arts & Crafts in Santa Fe


Essential pieces of Southwest decor – albeit largely imported from Mexico – can be yours for a song. Start with a cow skull like the ones Georgia O’Keeffe made famous, snap up a kiva ladder, add some colorful potter…
Art in Santa Fe

Nedra Matteucci Galleries

Works by the Taos Society are on display at this top gallery, which shows the best work of Joseph Henry Sharp, Ernest Blumenschein and the rest of the gang. Don't miss the beautiful gardens out back, which have monu…
Arts & Crafts in Truchas

Ojo Sarco Pottery

Turn left 6 miles north of Truchas, onto County Rd 73, then follow signs to find this gallery and check out the fine clay creations of master potters Kathy Riggs and Jake Willson, as well as work by other local arti…
Arts & Crafts in Rinconada & Pilar

Rift Gallery

Just up the road from the Blue Heron, this gallery showcases the work of sculptor Mark Saxe and Betsy Williams, a potter specializing in the Japanese Karatsu tradition. Each summer, they host highly regarded weeklon…
Arts & Crafts in Taos

Seconds Ecostore

The pick of several artsy little boutiques in the John Dunn Shops, just north of the Plaza, this quirky store sells all kinds of cool recycled gifts, from solar-powered crickets to purses made from tins and miniatur…
Arts & Crafts in Chimayó

Oviedo Gallery

The Oviedo family has been carving native woods since 1739. Today the Oviedo Gallery is housed in the centuries-old family farm, and also displays and sells a wide range of bronze sculptures, made in the on-site fou…
Arts & Crafts in Southeastern New Mexico

Gallery 408

Friendly little gallery that sells work by regional artists, and still holds a few of Carrizozo’s herd of Painted Burros (if you ever saw the Cow Parades of Chicago and New York, you’ll know what to expect).