Seventh Annual Historic Canyon Road Paint Out & Sculpt Out
Fri, Oct 17 11:59 PM
thru Sun, Oct 19 2014, 11:59 PM
Friday & Saturday, October 17-18, 2014
A celebration of art, history, and culture in Santa Fe's festival tradition
The art-loving public is invited to experience art in a whole new way during the weekend of the Paint Out & Sculpt Out on Historic Canyon Road. Mingle with artists at receptions & gallery openings, experience the creative process of artists painting “en plein air”, and join in Santa Fe's first Art Flash Mob.
Friday, October 17th
The weekend's activities begin on Friday night with interactive art exhibits, exhibitions, and “meet the artist” receptions. Music, refreshments, and myriad special events will be held at many of Canyon Road's 100 fine art galleries, shops, boutiques, and restaurants.
The event celebrates a century-long tradition of artists working outdoors on this ancient trail that leads from the Sangre de Cristo Mountains to Santa Fe, and which today is an international art destination. The public will have the unique opportunity to watch art come to life at the hands of both established and emerging artists.
Saturday, October 18th
More than 150 artists - painters, sculptors, carvers, glass blowers, and weavers - will spend Saturday on Canyon Road creating original works of art using a variety of media and styles. Music, food, art shows, and activities for kids will be offered at many locations along the road.
At 3pm, the public is invited to participate in a loosely choreographed Flash Mob Art Collaboration and dance gathering. During this exciting performance, 5 Canyon Road artists will paint on one very large canvas and a Santa Fe dance troupe will lead a flash mob dance. Onlookers may join in by painting on the same canvas as the artists and by dancing.
A festival parade with marching bands takes place at noon and students from the Santa Fe Public Schools Music Education Program will perform in the early afternoon. All Paint Out & Sculpt Out events are free and open to the public.
Historic Canyon Road Paint Out
Fri, Oct 17 10:00 AM
thru Sat, Oct 18 2014, 5:00 PM
WHEN: October 17 - 18, 2014
The 6th Annual Paint Out continues a tradition of painting "en plein air" that began a century ago, on fabled Canyon Road, when artists first arrived with early settlers.
Canyon Road and neighboring streets
WHEN: Starts around dusk December 24, 2013
This beloved Christmas Eve tradition lights up the heart and soul, as thousands of people stroll this famous road, which is decorated with farolitos (small, sand-filled bags with votive candles) and luminarias (bonfires). The joyous sounds of carols and friends and families greeting each other fills the air.
Nearby Businesses, Attractions, Events and Services
Pippin Contemporary, founded May 2011 by Aleta Pippin, is committed to showing artwork that is, at once, fresh and vibrant, as well as collectible. Words most often heard by guests who enter Pippin Contemporary are "I was drawn in by the amazing color" and "it feels so good in here." These feelings are standard, hard to put one's finger on, yet a common thread weaving throughout our guests/collectors experience.
Pippin Contemporary’s artists, selected for their energetic and tactile expressions, celebrate life with colorful and authentic insights, expanding the realm of possibilities in their artwork. Their expressions range from abstraction to glass sculpture, kinetic sculpture, colorful steel and bronze pieces – all exhibiting the passion our artists feel about their artwork. How that passion translates creates an element of surprise, offering the viewer a venue through which to access their emotions, transporting themselves to their inner worlds.
Owned by an artist, we at Pippin Contemporary understand the importance of the artist, gallery, collector relationship. Collecting art is about that relationship as much as it is about the purchase. Oftentimes, our collectors become friends who make it a point to stop in whenever visiting Santa Fe.
jane Hamilton Fine Art represents 16 artists who's work is nationally and regionally known in styles ranging from contemporary to abstract, and classical traditional to southwestern of paintings, sculpture, also including"chunky southwest" jewelry and furniture by Sticks.
A representational art gallery that specializes in landscape, still life and figurative paintings and sculpture
Specialists in contemporary and antique Southwest Indian Pueblo Pottery and Fine Art, Adobe Gallery's collection comprises Historic and Contemporary Southwest Indian Pueblo Pottery, Hopi Kachina/Katsina Dolls, Old Silver And Turquoise Jewelry, Baskets, Mission Oak Furniture, and Fine Art.
Adobe Gallery has a comprehensive book selection that includes a large Southwest Indian Pueblo arts and crafts selection--all viewable on this continuously updated website.
Evaluations and consultations can be arranged and we're always interested in purchasing or brokering Southwest Indian Pueblo Pottery collections. We can provide authentication of our merchandise to guarantee what we sell is genuine. We also provide a full refund of the purchase price to please you if you're not satisfied with your purchase for any reason. And what this means to you is peace of mind that you're buying authentic items and can feel comfortable with your purchase.
Established in 1978, Altermann Galleries specializes in American fine art. Altermann Galleries & Auctioneers specializes in traditional American art and Altermann Modern specializes in modern and contemporary art.
Pre-eminent gallery of fine art, contemporary painting, drawing and sculpture by regional and national artists including legendary New Mexico Modernist Janet Lippincott.
One of the most beautiful galleries on Canyon Road, McLarry Modern represents internationally known as well as emerging contemporary artists and sculptors. Home of Native-American artist-in-residence, Poteet Victory (creator of The Abbreviated Portrait Series© featuring Marilyn Monroe, Elvis, Cher, John Wayne, Paul Newman and more). Also representing master sculptors: Native American Robert Dale Tsosie, Shirley Thomson Smith and furniture-maker, Steven Spiro. Nationally recognized painters: Enrico Embroli, Tony Saladino, Rebecca Kinkead and Charlie Hunter.
Art dealers Alan Suits and Ann Lehman have assembled a treasury of tribal and ethnic jewelry, clothing, collectibles, textiles, and antiques from around the world. Selections include Mongolian jewelry,antique Buddhist artifacts, Uzbek silk robes, Punjabi wooden chests and Saharan nomad leatherwork. Always showing superb collections of American Indian vintage jewelry. All items are chosen for the highest qualities of traditional workmanship. Coyote's Paw Gallery has been described as "one of the finest ethnographic collections in the United States".
Weds- Sat 10:30 - 5:30
and by appointment
That Enchanting Small Hotel in Santa Fe, with no hidden fees! One of Conde Nast Traveler's 2012 Reader's Choice Top 25 Southwest Hotels! Winner of TripAdvisor's 2012 Badge of Excellence. A perfect location in the heart of downtown, between the historic Santa Fe Plaza and the Canyon Road art galleries, where you'll find a haven of privacy, comfort and charm in a garden courtyard setting, tucked behind adobe walls. 72 rooms & suites, furnished in distinctive Southwestern décor, feature triple-sheeted beds with 300-count linens, irons and ironing boards, hairdryers, and spa robes. Patios, balconies & fireplaces available. Fully-equipped exercise room, two outdoor hot tubs, on-call massage. Our ample continental breakfast and afternoon wine and cheese reception are always included! Complimentary downtown shuttle, free off-street parking, free wi-fi access throughout, and free local & toll-free calls.
Amenities: Cocktail Lounge
Hot Tub or Sauna
We represent local and southwestern artists as well as those from across the United States and Canada.
Our antique shop features an interesting blend of museum-quality antiques, exquisite vintage bijoux jewelry, elegant crystal (American and French), pre-1920 postcards, political items, collected books, and unusuals.
Also: Fine quality Indian jewelry, circa 1920 to contemporary, and beautiful handmade Hopi baskets.
Works by Award Winning Artists Lorraine Waatsa (daughter of Alice Quam), Charleston Draper, Toby Henderson/Helen Long, Mary Marie Lincoln, Marie Tsosie, Annie Quam Gasper, the Cellicion family, Effie Calavasa, Leo Yazzie, Larry Pinto, Amy Wesley, Quanita Kalestewa and others.
Jewel Mark is your one stop jewelry destination. We are a locally owned family business and have won the Harper's Bazaar Jewelry Leader For Excellence in Superior Merchandising And Outstanding Service. We carry Cartier and many watch lines, fine jewelry from all over the world including exquisite fancy colored diamonds and precious gemstones.We carry Roberto Coin, Gregg Ruth and diamond jewelry pieces as well as Native American pieces. Graduate Gemologist and Master Jeweler on staff.
The Art of Great Food and Drink
Located in the heart of Santa Fe's famous historic gallery district, Caffe Greco is more than just coffee and tea. Serving during breakfast and lunch hours seven days a week, Chef Cindy puts her own unique spin on such Santa Fe favorites as tamales, breakfast burritos and New Mexican Chile. And that's not all! Everything is freshly prepared to order, and the new menu includes delicious light fare such as panini's, sandwiches, salads, smoothies, fresh baked pastries and toasted bagels.
And of course, Caffe Greco is the place for your favorite coffee drinks, espresso, a variety of teas and cold beverages and ice cream. Everything on the menu is delicious, freshly prepared, and reasonably priced.
The Agoyo Lounge serves gourmet light fare nightly from 5:00 to 10:00 p.m. Enjoy special cocktails and Chef Jen's delicious specials in an elegant and relaxing atmosphere in downtown Santa Fe. Agoyo Lounge has fabulous patio dining seasonally.
The Premier Pilates studio and wellness center in Santa Fe located on the historic Eastside...specializing in private one-on-one fitness sessions. We also feature Restorative Healing sessions, Wellness and Thai massage.
Named 'One of the best contemporary art galleries' by Eyewitness Top 10 Travel Guide.
Wiford Gallery is a destination for fine art in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Surrounded by a spacious outdoor sculpture garden and nestled just off Canyon Road, we represent artists of the highest caliber, whose dedication and talent is clearly displayed in their work.
Wiford Gallery currently represents kinetic sculptor Lyman Whitaker; sculptors of optical glass Christopher Ries and Jon Kuhn; sculptors of bronze Bruce Newell, Mirtala, and Ernesto Montenegro; sculptors of wood Dwight Bennett, David Nittmann and Dennis Elliott, sculptors of stone fountains Ryan Steffens, Greg Robertson, and Pat Stone; stone furniture maker Richard Albin; painters Veronica Leiton and Mike Turpie; and photographer Jack Perno.
Fresh authentic Mexican Cuisine
We offer museum-quality artworks that reflect the best of native Indian culture and history in the Southwest," states Steve Elmore. The gallery presents an outstanding selection of traditional historic Pueblo pottery from 1860-1970 and features pieces by well-known matriarchs, which include Maria Martinez, Lucy Lewis, Margaret Tafoya, Nampeyo, as well as many others. Old Navajo rugs, pawn jewelry, Kachinas, baskets, numerous Hopi items, antique photographs and Pueblo paintings.
Paladino is the shop that benefits Palliative Care Services of Santa Fe. We offer an assortment of sophisticated comfortable clothing, highly original accessories and imaginative gifts.
Travel Accessories ,Guides, Maps, Eagle Creek Luggage.
USGS Maps - Aerial Photography - GIS.
Cafe, espresso bar and free internet.
The Giving Tree
Gift shop offering new and vintage items. Candles, soaps & lotions, books, cards, jewelry, woman's accessories, baby gifts, dried and silk flowers, vintage furniture, gift certificates and great service.