Are you planning on visiting Santa Fe? If so, prepare to be stunned by the natural beauty of its high desert setting. New Mexico’s austere beauty has drawn many accomplished artists who have tried to capture the essence of the landscape and its people. From Georgia O’Keeffe’s intimately detailed florals to Alexander Calder’s magnificent El Sol Rojo, New Mexico brings out the best in artists.
impressive art galleries of Santa Fe reflect that love of color and evocative
art. We’ve listed some of the best in alphabetical order below.
The Art Galleries of Santa Fe
Blue Rain Gallery
25 years, Blue
Rain Gallery has
showcased the works of outstanding Native American artists. Tammy Garcia’s
bronzes, Preston Singletary’s glass, and Jim Vogel’s paintings are some of the
exquisite pieces you’ll find on display here. Be sure to check out their Friday
evocative, and compelling… Three words that aptly describe the contemporary
art within this trend-setting gallery! Visit Evoke Contemporary to see what the galleries of the
future will look like. From representational to “twisted”,
you’ll find it all within this carefully curated contemporary collection.
Gerald Peters Gallery
an 8,500 square foot gallery that includes a sculpture garden, extensive
research library, and bookstore, the Gerald Peters Gallery is well worth an extended visit.
You’ll find a wide selection of art genres at the gallery, which is
world-renowned for its nineteenth and twentieth-century American art.
and sculpture are accompanied by an equally impressive collection of art glass
in the LewAllen
Galleries. The Contemporary Division offers a range of media from
the many schools of contemporary art. The secondary market benefits from
the fine selection of American and European modernist works in the Modern
Nedra Matteucci Galleries
centuries of European painting techniques with the unique subject matter of the
American West and Southwest has produced the treasured art for which the Nedra
Matteucci Galleries are
known. The setting is almost as historic and inviting as the art within.
Whether you enjoy monumental sculptures like those in the one-acre garden or
paintings reminiscent of Charles Russell, this gallery is a must for fans
of Western or Southwest art!
Niman Fine Art
family-owned and operated Niman
Fine Art gallery
offers a vast and ever-changing portfolio of fine art. Highlights of the
portfolio include mixed-media photography by Michael Namingha, contemporary
sculpture by Arlo Namingha, and works from internationally renowned artist Dan
Kelly’s own art is as fascinating as the gallery he owns. Filled
with figurative magical realism and organic abstracts, the Nuart Gallery hosts spectacular shows featuring the
works of American, Latin American, and European artists.
Selby Fleetwood Gallery
The Selby Fleetwood Gallery features a full range
of contemporary work by many exceptional artists. Abstract, figurative,
landscape, mixed media, and representational paintings and sculpture are all on
gallery is named for the volcanic rock formation that is at the heart of a
sacred legend of the Navajo people. Fifth-generation art dealer Jed Foutz
has merged his love for Navajo art with his appreciation for mid-century
modern furnishings in this uniquely eclectic gallery. If you’re looking for an
exquisite piece of historic or contemporary Native American art, you’ll
definitely want to stop in at Shiprock Gallery.
William Siegal Gallery
Siegal Gallery specializes
in Pre-Columbian art and antiquities. The gallery features museum-quality
textiles and other ancient objects juxtaposed against contemporary
paintings, sculptures, and photography. The overall effect is breathtaking!
won’t find a finer selection of Native American, Southwestern, historic, or contemporary
art on the secondary market that at Windsor
Betts! Influential Native American artists Kevin Redstar, Fritz
Shoulder, and T.C. Canon are represented, along with Louisa McElwain and
other well-known artists.
Zaplin Lampert Gallery
Lampert Gallery specializes
in the art of the American West and that of famed New Mexican printmakers Gustave
Baumann and Gene Kloss. You’ll also find nineteenth and early
twentieth-century American paintings along with early works from Santa Fe
Art Colony and Taos Society artists.
Welcome to the beauty of Santa Fe
beauty is easy while visiting Santa Fe. You’ll be surrounded by loveliness,
whether natural or manmade, everywhere you go. Even our gorgeous luxury
vacation rental properties feature stunning art from some of the galleries
listed above. If you’re staying with us, mention that fact at the gallery
you’re visiting and you just may be treated to a special tour! Contact
Aqui Santa Fe for your
next stay in this beautiful and artistic town.