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Visiting Santa Fe

Native American

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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Blue Rain Gallery
Blue Rain Gallery represents a rich assortment of Contemporary, Native American, and Regional art to include paintings, sculpture, glass, ceramics, and jewelry. Preston Singletary, Billy Schenck, Roseta Santiago, Erin Currier, Shelley Muzylowski Allen, Doug West, Brad Overton, Jody Naranjo, and Jim Vogel are among the many talented artists that exhibit their work at the gallery.
544 South Guadalupe Street
Santa Fe, NM 87501
(505) 954-9902
Blue Rain Gallery represents a rich assortment of Contemporary, Native American, and Regional art to include paintings, sculpture, glass, ceramics, and jewelry. Preston Singletary, Billy Schenck, Roseta Santiago, Erin Currier, Shelley Muzylowski Allen, Doug West, Brad Overton, Jody Naranjo, and Jim Vogel are among the many talented artists that exhibit their work at the gallery.
Bahti Indian Arts
Unique and traditional contemporary Indian art from Hopi katsinas to unique jewelry, to storyteller figurines and American Indian made baskets as well Navajo rugs and a host of unique items of Indian art. The Bahti family's roots in the Indian arts field go back to 1949 with the Ghost Ranch Trading Post near Abiqui, NM, later moving to Tucson and still later expanding back to New Mexico. The Bahti family has been an authoritative source for fine, authentic Indian art for over half a century. Tom and his son Mark, who now runs the business, have written over a dozen books on the subject. Come, browse and visit!
119 East Palace Avenue
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505-983-4542
Unique and traditional contemporary Indian art from Hopi katsinas to unique jewelry, to storyteller figurines and American Indian made baskets as well Navajo rugs and a host of unique items of Indian art. The Bahti family's roots in the Indian arts field go back to 1949 with the Ghost Ranch Trading Post near Abiqui, NM, later moving to Tucson and still later expanding back to New Mexico. The Bahti family has been an authoritative source for fine, authentic Indian art for over half a century. Tom and his son Mark, who now runs the business, have written over a dozen books on the subject. Come, browse and visit!
Beals & Co.
Proudly announcing a new brand in the world of fine art, Beals & Co.! With 10 years in the fine art business, owner Bobby Beals, is ready to bring the artist closer to the collector. Rostering a strong group of new contemporary artists, Beals & Co. aims to bring the fine art experience to every person through a series of specialized art events. This is more than brick and mortar. This is more than a gallery.
309 W. San Francisco
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505-577-5911
Proudly announcing a new brand in the world of fine art, Beals & Co.! With 10 years in the fine art business, owner Bobby Beals, is ready to bring the artist closer to the collector. Rostering a strong group of new contemporary artists, Beals & Co. aims to bring the fine art experience to every person through a series of specialized art events. This is more than brick and mortar. This is more than a gallery.




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