If you appreciate the arts of Africa, China, Indonesia and pre-Columbia you must include the William Siegal Galleries on your ... More
William Siegal Galleries
If you appreciate the arts of Africa, China, Indonesia and pre-Columbia you must include the William Siegal Galleries on your itinerary. Located in the Railyard District, you will see why serious art collectors from around the world claim that this is one of the finest galleries of its type. Discover the beauty of finely woven textiles with intricate designs, pottery, 1,000-year-old baskets and much more. Check out the feather textiles--it is hard to imagine the time it took the artisan to weave the brightly colored feathers into these wonderful pieces of clothing and masks.
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 ...
Sitting above Santa Fe at 12,000 feet, this 600 acre ski basin has 43 well groomed trails and five lifts.
With an average snowfall of 225 inches and snowmaking capabilities, there are very few bad seasons at this popular ...
The Santa Fe National Cemetery sits on a scenic hillside and overlooks much of Santa Fe. The rows of white
crosses climbing the manicured lawns are truly a sight to behold. The oldest grave markers denote the final resting ...