Rena displays unique, affordable art that is utterly Santa Fe. Her acrylic portraits of Native American and Hispanic people are stylized and unlike any work you have seen before. With love you will be drawn into life in Santa Fe.
69 Moya Road (appointment only), Santa Fe NM 87508
Featuring contemporary fine art with the flavor~sabor of a fusion of Mestizo (mixed indigenous/European background), Latina, (latin feminist), Chicana/Chicano, (social and political art) and Hispanic art genres.
El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe is dedicated to showcasing Hispanic art, culture and history of Santa Fe and Northern New Mexico. Programming includes exhibitions, performances, workshops, lectures and various community events.
555 Camino de la Familia, Santa Fe NM 87505 phone:505.992.0591
Cornerstones Community Partnerships, a Santa Fe-based non-profit organization, works primarily with rural Hispanic villages and Indian Pueblos in New Mexico and the southwest to restore historic structures.
New Mexico state's history museum and Registered National Historic Landmark, the palace of the governors is located on the Santa Fe Plaza and holds the Fray Angelico History Library. The museum offers free docent tours and downtown walking tours for a nominal fee. The museum is closed on Mondays.
105 W Palace Ave,, Santa Fe NM 87501 phone:505.988-3454
We stock all the USGS maps for New Mexico in all scales and can ship immediately! Travel Bug is also a great coffee shop in downtown Santa Fe on Paseo De Peralta off the plaza. Stop by refresh yourself and find out how to get where you're going.
839 Paseo de Peralta, Santa Fe NM 87501 phone:505-992-0418
Pachamama Gallery in Santa Fe, New Mexico specializes in Spanish Colonial Antiques and Latin American Folk Art. They offer unique Silver Milagros and Yellow Bronze Milagros, prized by jewelry designers and collectors alike, many of which are referenced in owner Martha Egan's book on Milagros.
Santa Fe Bead Artist Claudia Chavez creates one-of-a-kind, handcrafted original jewelry and sells her beadwork on The Plaza & Santa Fe Contemporary Hispanic Market. Her signature Flower Garden necklace has been well received through the years and is now her top selling item.
Take a journey to the past at "The Ranch of the Swallows." This historic rancho, now a living history museum, dates from the early 1700s and was an important paraje or stopping place along the famous Camino Real, the Royal Road from Mexico City to Santa Fe. Experience the life of another time in a location unlike any other in America.
Historic Walks of Santa Fe provides expert customized destination planning for an array of groups, including major corporations and universities, worldwide travel companies for select groups, wedding and reunion parties and private groups.