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Of his decision to become a professional artist, Palmore says, “I never really considered any other profession.” When, as a young adult, he asked himself, “What do I really care about? What fascinates me What do I know about?”, the answers all led to the same conclusion: painting animals and birds.
Lust and Fond, a Santa Fe clothing business that specializes in vintage blouses, pants, dresses, jackets, robes and accessories, offers an ever-changing inventory of vintage wear.
Burk’s work is on view at Canyon Road’s Winterowd Fine Art, which has represented the artist for over sixteen years. “Charlie draws you into his paintings,” says gallery owner Karla Winterowd.
Many fine consignment shops in Santa Fem carry treasures that won’t put a big dent in your pocketbook. From rugs and furniture to nostalia, and even jewelry, you can stumble on real finds around town.
Ed Sandoval is a prolific artist known for his oil-on-canvas paintings of classic, familiar scenes of Northern New Mexico.
In a former mining town steeped in a colorful history resides the legendary Mine Shaft Tavern & Cantina. Perched at the south end of Madrid’s main street, with a parking lot packed with “hogs” (motorcycles, to non-bikers), this iconic gathering spot has been serving up food, drinks and rowdy camaraderie since 1947
Maria’s New Mexican Kitchen’s margarita menu usually offers as many as 200 margaritas containing different combinations of tequilas and mezcals,
The Santa Fe Raptor Center is located in a beautiful place and, more importantly, one that’s quiet and remote. This works perfectly for the injured eagles, owls, hawks and other birds of prey the center rehabilitates.
A major figure in the world of contemporary glass, Elodie Holmes has been a fixture in the Santa Fe art scene since 1981. She founded Baca Street Studios in 2000 and co-founded Prairie Dog Glass at Jackalope Mercado at Santa Fe in 2004.
While New Mexico has long been celebrated for its wide-open skies, dramatic mountains and rich blend of cultures, its many craft breweries have made the state what New Mexico True refers to as the “Frontier of Beer.” Close to one hundred breweries statewide are producing award-winning craft beer.
Jon and Kathy Mertz greatly appreciate the mountain views from their home in Cerros Colorados, a community of custom-built, single-family homes on Hyde Park Road.
Jonathan Haggerty unzips a large decorative pillow case made out of an Italian textile, flips it inside out and explains, “This is the side that was supposed to be used, but it arrived stained and I didn’t like it. The reverse side, however, is much more beautiful. I love its organic texture, so I just turned it around [inside out] and made it my own. I’m always innovating.”