Oct 5, 2012
Did you know him? Steve was compassionate; he worried that people were afraid of him—it left him in an isolated world. He loved Sierra Blanca, his “Ruidoso Mountain.” He also loved the place he called . . .
Jul 27, 2012
Each fall and winter when the cottonwood trees turn brilliant gold and the marshes and grasses take on orange and russet hues, visitors and hoards of photogra- phers armed with massive lenses descend on Bosque del Apache to witness and docu- ment the riotous arrival of the Snow Geese and Sandhill Cranes that spend the winter in this precious wildlife...
Jul 27, 2012
. . .We can talk about art’s pleasing arrangements, shapes and color or argue over the various styles, schools and movements but in the end, it really does come down to what moves us. I can remember my first epiphany with art. It was at the 1964 World’s Fair in New York. The Vatican had nervously loaned Michelangelo’s “Pieta” to exhibit....
Jul 20, 2012
It’s difficult to imagine that the brightly painted and beaded art objects neatly displayed in Robert Espinoza’s workshop were once seemingly insignificant gourds grown and harvested in fields. But Robert, or Bob, as he likes to be called, has the gift of turning the ordinary into something extraordinary. Born and raised in Santa Paola, California,...
Jul 13, 2012
The Adobe first opened its doors in April 1999 under the proprietorship of John and Annie Houghton. According to the Houghtons, “We love the arts and wanted to be a part of not only the global art world, but of our local art community. Artists are fascinating people and it’s amazing to see how they express themselves in such beautiful artwork.”