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Visiting Santa Fe

Antiques

Santa Fe offers a visual feast for art lovers of all sorts, whether you're a serious collector or a fan who finds joy in just viewing the work.

With more than 250 galleries to explore, you'll be astonished by the city's array of art, including traditional and contemporary painting, photography, pottery, sculpture, textiles and more.

Get a chance to meet some of the artists at Santa Fe's famous Friday evening gallery openings, which take place year-round but with more frequency during the summer months.

As you walk the city discovering one gallery after another along the legendary Canyon Road, around the Plaza and downtown, and in the developing historic Railyard District, you'll agree: art lies at the heart of Santa Fe.

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Canyon Road Arts
Canyon Road Arts and www.canyonroadarts.com: The complete online visitors' guide to arts, culture, dining, and Santa Fe lifestyle.
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800-422-9382
Canyon Road Arts and www.canyonroadarts.com: The complete online visitors' guide to arts, culture, dining, and Santa Fe lifestyle.
Mark Sublette Medicine Man Gallery
Antique Native American Indian art is our specialty. With a large inventory of Native American art to include Navajo Rugs and Blankets, Native American Pueblo Pottery, Indian Baskets, Hopi Kachinas, Old Pawn Jewelry, Contemporary Native American Jewelry, and Native American Beadwork. We have one of the largest inventory of Native American art for sale in the country. Mark Sublette Medicine Man Gallery specializes in the life work of famed western painter Maynard Dixon and Medicine Man Gallery east houses the Tucson Maynard Dixon Museum which features original oils, drawings, illustrations, poetry and easel. Also on display are works by acclaimed artists, Dorthea Lange and Edith Hamlin. The gallery also features works by the Taos Society of Artists, Taos Founders, Early Santa Fe and Taos Art colonies. Orignal members of the Taos Society of Artists included J. H.Sharp, E. I. Couse, E. L. Blumenschein, Buck Dunton, Oscar Berninghaus, Walter Ufer, Keneth Adams, and Bert Phillips. We also exhibit works by the Southwest's most acclaimed contemporary painters and sculptors.
No physical location. Visit website.

800-422-9382
Antique Native American Indian art is our specialty. With a large inventory of Native American art to include Navajo Rugs and Blankets, Native American Pueblo Pottery, Indian Baskets, Hopi Kachinas, Old Pawn Jewelry, Contemporary Native American Jewelry, and Native American Beadwork. We have one of the largest inventory of Native American art for sale in the country. Mark Sublette Medicine Man Gallery specializes in the life work of famed western painter Maynard Dixon and Medicine Man Gallery east houses the Tucson Maynard Dixon Museum which features original oils, drawings, illustrations, poetry and easel. Also on display are works by acclaimed artists, Dorthea Lange and Edith Hamlin. The gallery also features works by the Taos Society of Artists, Taos Founders, Early Santa Fe and Taos Art colonies. Orignal members of the Taos Society of Artists included J. H.Sharp, E. I. Couse, E. L. Blumenschein, Buck Dunton, Oscar Berninghaus, Walter Ufer, Keneth Adams, and Bert Phillips. We also exhibit works by the Southwest's most acclaimed contemporary painters and sculptors.
Coyote's Paw Gallery Ltd
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.
No physical location. Visit website.

505-501-4324
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.




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