...Santa Fe is the third-largest art market in the U.S, a veritable Mecca for enthusiasts and collectors of historic and contemporary art of New Mexico, Native American arts, and folk art from around the globe. Our curated selection of the top galleries gets your search off to the best start.
For several decades, Peyton Wright Gallery has offered significant collections of modern and historic art. Located in the historic and meticulously preserved Spiegelberg House, the gallery specializes in 20th century postwar and modern American art.
Open: Online, & in person. June 30th, 1914, born to Chiricahua Apache parents, Allan Houser became recognized as one of the most important American artists of the 20th Century. Renowned as a sculptor, painter, and teacher, his work is featured in museums, private and corporate collections worldwide.
Also enjoy our beautiful sculpture gardens, just a short drive from downtown Santa Fe, in the place where many of this American Master's works were inspired and created.
Found at the top of Canyon Rd, in a tidy little oasis, Globe Fine Art breathes fresh forms into Santa Fe's contemporary art scene.
Featuring established painters alongside glass and steel sculptors, we fill our gallery and garden with graceful, powerful artworks.
WEBSTER COLLECTION | Ancient + Contemporary – extraordinary masterpieces and unique selections of Native American and pre-Columbian art juxtaposed against an ever-rotating curation of contemporary artworks and designer clothing and jewelry within a setting of modernist and Spanish Colonial furnishings.
Located upstairs on Santa Fe’s historic Plaza, WEBSTER COLLECTION offers visitors a personal and immersive experience of contemporary Santa Fe.
Joyful, bold, vibrant expressions are an integral aspect of Meikle's Fine Art gallery, located on Delgado St, just off historic Canyon Road. Drop by; enjoy the cozy atmosphere of a Santa Fe Style house converted to a light, airy and welcoming gallery owned by artist Barbara Meikle. Many of her sales of her beloved burros go toward supporting Animal Protection of New Mexico.
Open. See "hours". Shop the adventure and Discover Nature's Treasures! Let your Indiana Jones' spirit journey through time exploring the Southwest’s finest selection of unique works that took Mother Nature millennia to create. Our extensive collection of authentic, world-class minerals, museum quality fossils, contemporary one-of-a-kind jewelry, and stunning mineral & fossil based home décor, are works of “nature’s art etched in stone.”
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Exhibiting museum-quality Andean textiles and pre-Columbian objects alongside curated Contemporary art.
“With an informed eye, William Siegal has mixed contemporary art with antique textiles and ancient sculptural artifacts in a way that enriches both. In placing the old and new side by side, Siegal took them out of historical context and underscored their graphic analogies.” – Lea Feinstein, ArtNews.
Open: see "hours". Carrying on the tradition of the historic Packard’s on the Plaza legacy, True West Santa Fe is where you’ll find everything from the perfect small gift and memorabilia, to authentic, vintage & contemporary Native American art, weavings, jewelry and more, at prices to suit every budget. Mention Santa Fe Selection when you call or stop in.
OPEN Saturdays starting March 5, 2022 thru Dec 18th. see "hours". Support our local artists! Saturdays from March through December, locals and visitors love to shop at the Santa Fe Artists Market, located across from the Farmer's Market along the tracks across from the Water Tower. Meet the artists and discover beautiful, fine arts and crafts in a variety of mediums, from local, juried New Mexico artisans. Discover the perfect gifts, home decor, jewelry, apparel, art, and more.
WHEN: Weekend Markets begin April thru Oct, 2023 dates to be determined. See "more" for all scheduled dates.
Enjoy fine art & meet the artists under New Mexico’s cerulean skies at the Santa Fe Society of Artists shows in historic downtown Santa Fe. Located just a half block from the Santa Fe Plaza and across the street from the historic New Mexico Museum of Art.
Since 1996, Faust Gallery represents the finest examples of hand-made, authentic American Indian Art. Showcasing exceptional contemporary and vintage works in many mediums, including, fashions, jewelry, weavings, pottery, painting, glass, sculpture, monoprints and photography. Explore a unique cultural experience as you discover historic and current trends and fashion in American Indian art.
Six generations of artists in one family. Niman Fine Art was established in 1990 and is family-owned and operated. The gallery specializes in representing the works of internationally known artist Dan Namingha, contemporary sculptor Arlo Namingha, and Mixed Media Photography by Michael Namingha.
WHEN: September 16 - 17 and September 23 - 24, 2023
WHERE: 38 studios located on State Highway 14 from Santa Fe to Albuquerque, New Mexico
This FREE Studio Tour runs along the Turquoise Trail south from Santa Fe, into Cerrillos and Madrid and as far south as Cedar Crest. This portion of the Turquoise Trail is arguably the most beautiful section of this historic trade route which connects Santa Fe and Albuquerque. Come enjoy the art and landscape of NM!
WHEN: October 1st 2 weekends, (dates pending) 2023.
WHERE: See Artists in ACTION - In Artist Studios around Santa Fe - Various Locations. Preview Gallery Opening, October date pending at Santa Fe Woman’s Club, 1616 Old Pecos Trail.
Free to the public! The Annual Santa Fe Studio Tour (SFST) showcases the wealth of talent and creativity that makes Santa Fe the 3rd largest Art Market in the United States. Visit as many as 60 artists at over 50 studios to meet the artists and watch them create!
Located on historic Canyon Road, El Zaguán is a must-stop for visitors in search of the authentic Santa Fe. In 1854, James L. Johnson bucked the standard practice among his fellow merchants of living near to the plaza and purchased a parcel of land along Canyon Road. The building, known as El Zaguán, lives on and carries a fascinating history. Visitors are welcome to relax in its beautiful gardens, view art exhibits, hold private events, attend guest lectures, and learn about the cast of characters that has contributed to the unique culture and history of Santa Fe.