Sep 082014
Looking at Taos Pueblo: Albert Martinez, Juan Mirabal and Albert Lujan Opens at Millicent Rogers Museum

Share It! “Crossing the River” by Albert Looking Elk Martinez Gift of Brad and Fran Taylor. Photo Courtesy of Robert L. Parsons Fine Art A special exhibition, Looking at Taos Pueblo: Albert Martinez, Juan Mirabal and Albert Lujan, will open at the Millicent Rogers Museum on Saturday, 13 September and continues to 31 January 2015. The exhibit will feature a selection of the 42 paintings that were just donated to the museum by Brad and Fran Taylor of Michigan. “This is a very exciting exhibition as we showcase what is [Read More]

Sep 082014
Things to Do and See in Silver City

Share It!  Silver City is an eclectic small town in the southeast corner of New Mexico, bordered by the Gila National Forest to the north and east. Originally a mining town, it is still host to copper mining though its population has extended to artists, college life, ranching and rodeo families, and “retired” hippies. There is something for everyone in the Silver City area from the arts and entertainment to outdoor recreation, history, shopping and much more.   Stroll the downtown and arts district. Historic buildings, art galleries galore, unique [Read More]

Aug 152013
A New Renaissance for the Old West

Share It!A New Renaissance for the Old West  “The Silver Screen Finds a New Silicon Valley” by J.R. Beardsley & Paula Devlin Photo from the short film,  "Earthship," filmed in Taos at the Pheonix in the Earthship community. New Mexico is fast becoming the high-profile state for film with 7 already in the can for 2013 and 31 productions completed in 2012.  Understandably, many states are competing for production revenues but, with the recent 30% tax rebate incentive, state-of-the-art studios, film locations that could be anywhere in the world and over [Read More]

Jun 062013
Abiquiu Lake in Georgia O’Keeffe Country

Share It!Abiquiu Lake in Georgia O’Keeffe Country Abiquiu Lake, run by the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers, sits at an elevation of 6400 feet, surrounded by pinon and juniper, between the Sangre de Cristo  and the San Juan Mountain ranges of northern New Mexico. The region, also known as Piedra Lumbre (Spanish for shining stone), is reminiscent of days and peoples long gone, yet still remains as peaceful and magical as it likely ever was. The lake shimmers in the afternoon sun as ravens fly overhead and boats drift across [Read More]

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