About halfway up Canyon Road is one of the nicest galleries in Santa Fe. Aside from paintings, the Running Ridge Gallery ... More
Running Ridge Gallery
About halfway up Canyon Road is one of the nicest galleries in Santa Fe. Aside from paintings, the Running Ridge Gallery offers tapestries, pottery, jewelry and glass. Lights have been strategically placed throughout this ancient adobe home and give life to each piece of art. If you are an art collector, you might recognize the names of some of the artists represented: James Lovera and Judy Glasser ceramics, Carolyn Morris Bach jewelry and Amanda Richardson tapestries are among the highlighted items you will find.
Known as the Plaza, this historic area is marked by a central park lined with huge shade trees and benches.
The Santa Fe Plaza is listed on the National Registry of Historic Places. Many of the buildings surrounding the ...
Archbishop Lamy commissioned this French Romanesque cathedral in 1869, and it took more than 15 years to complete. It is
still maintained by the archdiocese of Santa Fe. This long standing landmark houses many religious relics, including the chalice ...
The Waxlander Gallery, located in a 150 year old adobe home, is tucked among the other galleries that line Canyon
Road. The gallery displays the works of 20 artists who create pieces using pastels, watercolors, oils, monotypes, and sculpture. ...