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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.
Ellsworth Gallery
Located in downtown Santa Fe one block from the Plaza, Ellsworth Gallery presents museum quality Japanese antiques as well as international contemporary art. We are the only Gallery in the United States specializing in Samurai Arts - the weapons, armor, and accoutrements of Japan's legendary warrior class. We also showcase young native contemporary artists.
215 East Palace Ave
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505-989-7900
Located in downtown Santa Fe one block from the Plaza, Ellsworth Gallery presents museum quality Japanese antiques as well as international contemporary art. We are the only Gallery in the United States specializing in Samurai Arts - the weapons, armor, and accoutrements of Japan's legendary warrior class. We also showcase young native contemporary artists.
TAI Modern
TAI Modern is a fine arts gallery dedicated to exhibiting and supporting contemporary art in a variety of media, with a particular focus on Japanese bamboo art and baskets. We are committed to building the careers of our artists, providing expertise and guidance to collectors and presenting compelling exhibitions.
1601 Paseo de Peralta
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505-984-1387
TAI Modern is a fine arts gallery dedicated to exhibiting and supporting contemporary art in a variety of media, with a particular focus on Japanese bamboo art and baskets. We are committed to building the careers of our artists, providing expertise and guidance to collectors and presenting compelling exhibitions.
Whitehawk Shows
Annual Antique Native American & Ethnographic Art Show each August at the Santa Fe Convention Center. 40 years old and features over 100 Dealers.
201 W. Marcy Street
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505-988-9544
Annual Antique Native American & Ethnographic Art Show each August at the Santa Fe Convention Center. 40 years old and features over 100 Dealers.
Preston/Hornbuckle Fine Art
Santa Fe artist Marianne Hornbuckle's abstract paintings and figurative sculpture, and her late husband, Southwest sumi master William Preston's ink paintings on rice paper can be seen at their 100+year old adobe just 20 minutes north of Santa Fe. Book a stay in Jaconita on Airbnb- email her for link!
Preston/Hornbuckle Fine Art
Pojoaque, NM 87506
505-455-3496
Santa Fe artist Marianne Hornbuckle's abstract paintings and figurative sculpture, and her late husband, Southwest sumi master William Preston's ink paintings on rice paper can be seen at their 100+year old adobe just 20 minutes north of Santa Fe. Book a stay in Jaconita on Airbnb- email her for link!
Traveler's Market
The Traveler's Market, home to 30 dealers, features a superb collection of textiles, jewelry, clothing, accessories, antiques, books, and fine tribal & folk art from around the world. From saris to serapes, Turkish carpets to Navajo rugs, Mexican ceramics to Burmese lacquerware, vintage lace to Japanese kimonos, the Traveler's Market has something to offer the collector, the interior designer & the fashionista. With a jewelry collection second to none, the Traveler's Market is the ideal place to find a rare antique, a one of a kind contemporary piece and a unique gift. Each dealer is an expert in his or her specialty, and many have given lectures, provided material & expertise to museums, and worked overseas with co-ops and indigenous people to develop marketable goods. They are happy to offer their expertise to the Traveler's Market visitor, who will find a friendly and fun atmosphere in which to shop.
153 B Paseo de Peralta
Santa Fe, NM 87501
(505) 989-7667
The Traveler's Market, home to 30 dealers, features a superb collection of textiles, jewelry, clothing, accessories, antiques, books, and fine tribal & folk art from around the world. From saris to serapes, Turkish carpets to Navajo rugs, Mexican ceramics to Burmese lacquerware, vintage lace to Japanese kimonos, the Traveler's Market has something to offer the collector, the interior designer & the fashionista. With a jewelry collection second to none, the Traveler's Market is the ideal place to find a rare antique, a one of a kind contemporary piece and a unique gift. Each dealer is an expert in his or her specialty, and many have given lectures, provided material & expertise to museums, and worked overseas with co-ops and indigenous people to develop marketable goods. They are happy to offer their expertise to the Traveler's Market visitor, who will find a friendly and fun atmosphere in which to shop.




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