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Category: Artists

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A Vision for New Mexico

Allan Houser is considered to be one of the most important Native American artists of the 20th century. His work is displayed in collections in

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Visionary Artist

The artist Andrea “Drew” Bacigalupa and his wife Ellen moved to Santa Fe in 1954 because of its European ambiance. They remodeled an old adobe

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A Papal Connection

An on-going papal connection was ever-present in the life of the late artist Andrea “Drew” Bacigalupa. The artist died in March 2015 at the age

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Ohkay Owingeh Sister Artists

Geronima Montoya and Ramoncita Sandoval participated well into their nineties at Santa Fe’s annual Indian Market. The two sisters were born to Pablo and Crucita

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Santa Fe’s Early Artists

The genesis of Santa Fe as an art mecca begins with Neolithic artifacts. Decorative shards of pottery from the 13th century, along with remnants of

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