THE SANTERO SHOW
APRIL 4 THROUGH APRIL 22
New Mexico is steeped in artistic traditions that have endured many centuries. Native American, Hispanic and Anglo arts have developed, grown and intertwined in the rich tapestry that is New Mexico’s artistic tradition. The Tomé Gallery’s annual Santero show has been expanded this year to include other Traditional New Mexico Arts. In addition to the retablos, bultos, and straw appliqué, there will be glittering micaceous pottery, punched tin, adaptations of petroglyph art as well as other traditional arts and crafts. The show will feature many of our gallery artists as well as invited artists from the community. The opening reception will feature treats cooked in Vilis Shipman’s micaceous pots.
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We're craftspersons and artists who've created a cooperative art gallery containing original New Mexican designs, both contemporary and traditional.
We hope you'll visit this website often to see what we're doing. We also hope to meet you in person when you're in the area. Please drop us a note with questions, suggestions or just a friendly hello! And let us know when you'll be around, and we'll try to heat up the green chile stew!
There are over 50 artists who sell their work, most of whom come from the local area.
Many of our artists show their work around the state and nationally and have won numerous awards.
Our work covers a very broad spectrum of all original, hand-made items. Among some of the types of work are: pottery of many designs, shapes and colors, fine art, including oils, pastels and acrylics, traditional New Mexican art, miniatures, jewelry of all kinds, fiber art (including quilts and lovely hand-woven pieces and hand-painted and dyed scarves), books by local authors, soaps, candles and much more.
The Tomé Gallery is located in an historic adobe building at 2930 Highway 47 between Los Lunas and Belen near Tomé Hill.
Regular hours are 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM Every Day of the Week.
The phone number is (505) 565-0556. us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Within the Tomé Gallery is a room devoted to the work of Jan Pacifico. She has exquisite crystalline-glazed porcelain lamps, bowls, mirrors and vases. Jan also has an extensive array of stoneware utilitarian pieces including mugs, bowls and much more. She is well-known for her complete dinnerware sets with distinctive Iriquois carving. Jan also offers pottery classes at the Gallery.
NOTICE: New classes are being offered at the studio. Check out 'classes offered' below.
Click on 'NEW STUFF' to get info about the featured show this month!!!