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Visiting Santa Fe

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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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Gary Kim Fine Art Gallery
Gary Kim Fine Art Gallery & Studio is located one block away from historic downtown Plaza and right across from famous hotel, Inn and Spa at Loretto.
228 Old Santa Fe Trail
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505-471-9878
Gary Kim Fine Art Gallery & Studio is located one block away from historic downtown Plaza and right across from famous hotel, Inn and Spa at Loretto.
Glenn Green Galleries
Established in 1966 by Glenn and Sandy Green in Arizona. The Greens opened their second location in Santa Fe, New Mexico in 1979. The Tesuque-Santa Fe gallery and five acre sculpture garden is located in the lovely historic Village of Tesuque, five miles north of Santa Fe. Specializing in contemporary art by internationally known artists.
136 Tesuque Village Road
Santa Fe, NM 87506
505-820-0008
Established in 1966 by Glenn and Sandy Green in Arizona. The Greens opened their second location in Santa Fe, New Mexico in 1979. The Tesuque-Santa Fe gallery and five acre sculpture garden is located in the lovely historic Village of Tesuque, five miles north of Santa Fe. Specializing in contemporary art by internationally known artists.
Galerie Zuger
Galerie Züger is located in downtown Santa Fe just off the historic Plaza. For over the past 20 years we have been featuring classic and contemporary paintings and sculptures in both realistic and abstract style. We represent a diverse group of local, national and international artist working in a wide variety of styles and mediums showing an exceptional level of skill and creativity. We are also the exclusive representative of Santa Fe artist and world-renowned late sculptor Gib Singleton.
120 W San Francisco St
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505-984-5099
Galerie Züger is located in downtown Santa Fe just off the historic Plaza. For over the past 20 years we have been featuring classic and contemporary paintings and sculptures in both realistic and abstract style. We represent a diverse group of local, national and international artist working in a wide variety of styles and mediums showing an exceptional level of skill and creativity. We are also the exclusive representative of Santa Fe artist and world-renowned late sculptor Gib Singleton.
Golden Dawn and 3D Gallery
Art gallery featuring: Pablita Velarde, Helen Hardin, Margarete Bagshaw - original paintings, prints, bronze, jewelry and silks
201 Galisteo St
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505-988-2024
Art gallery featuring: Pablita Velarde, Helen Hardin, Margarete Bagshaw - original paintings, prints, bronze, jewelry and silks
Gib Singleton Museum of Fine Art
The Gib Singleton Museum of Fine Art was founded in 2008 to display the works of landmark artists Gib Singleton and Earl Biss. The Museum’s mission is to preserve, exhibit, interpret, and expand its collection of contemporary American visual arts. The Museum seeks to inspire and educate art enthusiasts about the importance of modern American artists.
112 W. San Francisco St.
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505-995-9713
The Gib Singleton Museum of Fine Art was founded in 2008 to display the works of landmark artists Gib Singleton and Earl Biss. The Museum’s mission is to preserve, exhibit, interpret, and expand its collection of contemporary American visual arts. The Museum seeks to inspire and educate art enthusiasts about the importance of modern American artists.




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