This feature is quickly becoming a list of places I intend to visit but haven’t…yet. (!!) My understanding of Santa Fe style, though, is that it’s a blend of Southwestern influences–Native American, traditional Mexican, Spanish mission, and straight up cowboy. Would those of you who’ve been (or live there) agree?
Beautiful art is just one of my favorite things to come out of that corner of the world. I know the New Mexico landscape lends itself well to studies of light and form. So I included a round-up of Santa Fe art/artists in this one.
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1. Tooled Leather Pillow 2. Traditional Oval Salsa Dish 3. Teal Throw 4. Zapotec Wool Rug 5. Small Dangling Clay Pots 6. Southwestern style lamp 7. crucifix 8. Spanish Mission Style Door Knocker 9. framed Orrin Sheldon Parsons painting 10. fireplace screen 11. Vintage Spanish Mission Oak Buffet
photos via: BnBFinder and Four Kachinas Inn
top row (l to r): Freemont Ellis print – El Caballero, Sandy Graves sculpture – Carrots, Steve Hanks – Santa Fe Light, Georgia O’Keeffe – Abstraction White Rose
bottom row (l to r): Len Dickson – Santa Fe, Barbara Allen – Santa Fe Doors, Paul Hood – Santa Fe Skyline