Artists Off-Paseo

Artists Off-Paseo

paseo2016_map_front_612In conjunction with The PASEO 2016, many Taos galleries, museums, and businesses are hosting artists and events that relate to the festival’s core ethos. Here is a list of exhibitions and activities to watch for as your stroll the streets of Taos Historic District. The {letters} designate a location on The Paseo map. (381kb PDF)

{A} 203 Fine Art
Non Objective Taos: abstract artists by invitation, paintings and sculpture. Also representing a large collection of mid-century works by the Taos Moderns.

{B} ACT One Gallery
Light Throws by Oliver Bell projects audience handwriting onto gallery walls and glass creating digital graffiti tags.

{C} ARTAOS @ Heads Up Music
Using Aurasma, a web-based Augmented Reality app for smartphones, ARTAOS transforms Paseo into an outdoor gallery of images, videos and more!

{D} Chokola
Presenting a projected collection of historical and current photos from Taos personalities.

{E} David Anthony Fine Arts
Classic and contemporary fine art: local and world artists who meet high standards of skill, insight and quality.

{F} Farahnheight Fine Art
Lay Powell’s sculptures based on his exploration of petroglyphs in NM preserve the ancient language of forgotten ancestors.

{G} Harwood Museum of Art
Ethan Jackson’s gallery-wide floor projection Azimuth / Altitude invites viewers to wander through streams of moving light and familiar landscapes.

{H} Hulse Warman Gallery
Images of Interference: August Muth, holographic studies in light, and Sasha vom Dorp, light and sound illumination.

{I} John Dunn House Shops
A block party with live music, art, coffees, smoothies, food carts, and Glam Trash creations on display.

{J} Orale! Gallery
Art for the Revolution: Fall Equinox artist reception with food and drink, live music by Garry Blackchild and Robert Mirabal. Friday.

{K} SOMOS, the Literary Society of Taos
A literary oasis on Civic Plaza Drive with books by local authors and free poetry reading by Donald Levering on Friday, 7:00pm.

{L} Taos Select at Guadalupe Gym
Taos Fall Arts Festival signature juried exhibition, Taos Select, presents 100+ Taos County artists and three 2016 Visionary Award winners plus poster artist Tera Muskrat. Outside, Christina Sporrong shows Totem to the Lost, a mixed-media fire sculpture.

{M} Taos Open at Coronado Hall
Taos Fall Arts Festival’s popular Taos Open exhibition presents an all-inclusive show of Taos artists working in all genres.

{N} Taos Art Museum at the Fechin House
Lenny Foster 20-years-in-Taos Retrospective titled Enchanted Land after his book of the same name, this exhibition shows the artist’s penetrating and lyrical photographs of Taos.