Top 10 Santa Fe, Taos, & Albuquerque (Eyewitness Top 10 by Nancy Mikula

By Nancy Mikula

No matter if you are looking to delight in the best delicacies or devour good on a constrained funds, remain within the most magnificent motels or locate nice offers on hostels and B&Bs, Eyewitness best 10 commute publications offer beneficial details from neighborhood specialists, all of with a view to assist you realize the simplest of every little thing at each one vacation spot.

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Santa Fe, Taos, & Albuquerque’s Top 10 Painter of North American culture and founding member of the Taos Society of Artists. Prolific artist known for his depiction of Navajo women going about their daily life. Houser ) Allan (1915–94) Internationally-acclaimed sculptor and painter. Allan Houser also served as an instructor at the Institute of American Indian Arts Museum see p43. Georgia £ Museum New Mexico’s most famous Arts and Culture resident artist loved the high desert sun and the clarity of form it brought to her favorite flowers and landscapes.

Weekend courtyard events present live dancing, baking, and Palace of the Governors craft demonstrations (see p98). The Museum of New Mexico since the early 1900s, this 1610 building has served as the seat of government under Spanish, Mexican, and American rule. In 2008, the current collections will be moved to a new museum Annex. The palace will be restored and furnished to portray the different periods of Santa Fe’s history (see p63). ) Santa Fe, Taos, & Albuquerque’s Top 10 Palace Ave, Santa Fe • 505-476-5072 • Open 10am–5pm Tue–Sun; 5pm8pm Fri • Adm & of Fine Arts * Museum The changing exhibits represent the region’s best-known artists, who made Santa Fe one of the world’s premier art centers.

Kitchen Here, the shepherd’s wife hung local herbs (below) from the ceiling to dry, kept her baby in a swinging crib, and cooked in clay pots. The shepherd’s bed was over the corner cooking fireplace. Schoolhouse $ Raton Spanish children studied in their homes, or in Mexican boarding schools until the late 1800s. This 1880 building, the first school in Raton, was rebuilt here in 1980. Workroom % Weaving Handmade looms were used in fine weavings, which were a popular barter item. Skilled weavers, mostly men, made their own natural dyes, and created lovely patterns.

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