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.
Phone: (505) 982-0055
Address: 130 Lincoln Ave, suite F, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501 MAP
Open Mon - Thurs: 9:30am - 6pm
Friday, Sat: 9:30am - 7pm
During Indian Market August 21st Open: 7am - 6pm, Sun Aug 22: 8am - 6pm.
With works from approximately 130 artists, many of them Native American, True West Santa Fe offers a wonderful array of art, including vintage "Old Pawn," and contemporary jewelry, pottery weavings, carvings, sculpture and paintings.
Prices range from as little as $25, up to $85,000+.
Santa Fe felt the loss when Packard’s on the Plaza closed their doors after almost 70 years as the “go to” trusted Native art resource. After working with Packards for many years, True West owners Lisa Sheridan and Craig Allen brought those same valued practices with them. Customers know they’re getting authentic work direct from the artists, and the artists know their work is well represented and priced to sell.
Many famous Native artists are represented at True West, including, Diné painter Yellowman, and Dulce painter Felix Vigil, of the Jicarilla Apache Nation. A few other artists represented by True West include Doug Coffin, Rhett Lynch, Randy Chitto, Cliff Fragua, Joe and Althea Cajero, Leonard Nez, Jacqueline Gala, Ric Charlie, as well as the weavers of the Littleben Family and the Spider Rock Girls.