At this time of year, artists want to be everywhere at once and there is a lot of chatter: about the best color, when it will peak - where it will peak - will it snow before it does . . . .
It can be a little nerve wracking.
Last weekend I was in Creede painting with Sue McCullough and we caught the beginning of what we hope will be a long Fall. To the right is my piece, 14x12 - painted along the Bachelor Loop road.
This weekend it is Taos Fall Arts Festival - as we follow Autumn's momentum and head to one of our favorite places - TAOS.
Taos Fall Arts celebrates the season with events and shows featuring fine art, arts & crafts, music, film and street art - all free and open to the public.
Sunday, Sept 28th, from noon to 5pm I will be painting at the Wilder Nightingale Fine Art Galley on Kit Carson with Sue McCullough and many of Wilder's other artists. Kit Carson will be hopping with openings and artists everywhere.
Come and join the party.
If you are looking to take in more of Fall in Taos - head down there on Friday for the TAOS SELECT opening that kicks off the weekend, Friday Sept 26, from 5-9pm at the Kachina Lodge Conference Center. This opening will feature only invited Taos artists and, like all of the festival events, including the Taos Art Museum and the Fechin House are free and open to the public - open daily from 10am-6pm.