Fall Arts in Taos

TAOS is always a good idea ! -
. . . the brisk air, changing colors and the smell of chilis roasting. . .
- it's Fall in Taos.
This weekend, September 23 and 24,  marks the 43rd Annual Taos Fall Arts Festival:  visual art, performance, kid art, regional art,  and galleries in party-mode. What's not to love?

I will be in Taos on Saturday night celebrating the opening of the new show "Solace in Sanctuary",  at Wilder Nightingale Fine Art,
which will feature work from all the artists in Wilder Nightingale-  themed along the lines of New Mexico's most loved and venerated locations.  Click on this link to see more:   http://www.wnightingale.com/artists/152

This show celebrates Fall Arts and Wilder Nightingale's 27 years of service to the Taos art community.
Join us at 119-A Kit Carson Road on Saturday evening from 5 to 7 pm
or call 575-758-3255 for more information.

It is the First Day of Fall

A fresh breeze blows around my house,  like sighs at the passing of summer.  It is a little sad but on this first day of Autumn I want to celebrate - not that summer is gone but that a pretty good consolation is still ahead.
David Montgomery, Susan McCullough and myself went up into the high country around Creede this last week - witnesses to the rush of the new season. We enjoyed painting 3 days in beautiful weather and fabulous views. Don't miss it if you have a chance; this next week will see the peak of color around the San Juans.