The Waxlander Gallery, located in a 150-year-old adobe home, is tucked among the other galleries that line Canyon Road. The ... More
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. Take a few minutes to relax and enjoy the outdoor sculpture gallery, located at the front of the building. The gallery frequently features the works of particular artists, so each visit will pleasantly surprise you with something new.
Very nice. Easy to work with. A nice variety of art work at reasonable prices. Willing to work with people both from interest free finance and some perks if you ask: ie shipping thrown in possibly.
We really liked working with them. They even called us to tell us in shipping they found a small scratch on the work and were very upfront!
GREAT to deal with honest hard working people who enjoy their work.
Formerly located in Albuquerque, the Adobe Gallery will take you through small, intimate rooms filled with some of the best
art the Southwest has to offer. Hand woven Navajo textiles absorb echoes on historic walls that almost talk. As ...
Built by Native American slaves, this Spanish Colonial building was completed in 1625, then nearly destroyed during the Pueblo revolt
of 1680. In 1710, the Spanish once again took control of Santa Fe and rebuilt the San Miguel Mission. ...
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 ...