Here’s a quick look at some of the artists you’ll see this year.
Danny Hart Design Studio
Born and raised in New Mexico, Danny Hart is an accomplished woodworker who thoughtfully handcrafts everything from gorgeous pieces of jewelry to heirloom-quality furniture. Did you know: Danny designed the highly-Instagramable Sawmill Market entryway installation!
Silver Mountain Designs Inc.
Bad Moon on the Rise
Jen Fox Studio
Big Head Leather
I create refined and repurposed art using reclaimed wood and epoxy resin, usually in the form of cutting boards, charcuterie boards, small tables, and end tables. These pieces are all handmade using a rigorous process. Each piece is unlike any other piece, they are all created with stunning and vivid colors that reflect each piece’s character and composure.
Bean Street Studio
Bean Street Studio is a fiber art and jewelry design studio inspired by nature, memories, and frankly- whatever we like. Bean Street Studio art should make you feel happy, warm, and inspired.
2023 Scholarship Winner
LaDonna Victoriano is from the Pueblo of Acoma. She has been making pottery for over 10 years. She uses clay mined from her pueblo to make her creations. Her pottery is hand painted using the traditional style with a yucca brush and natural pigments.
Kelly Horrigan Handmade
Made up of a collection of skilled fabricators, Submaterial focuses on natural and sustainable materials like wool felt and cork to create beautiful and responsibly produced designs for home interiors and public spaces.
Cloud 9 Stitching
TINtero Workshop & Gallery
A fifth generation tinsmith in the Delgado family tradition, Jason Younis is a juried member of the Spanish Colonial Arts Society and registered with New Mexico True. He’s created tin using traditional techniques since 1984.
Janet Maes Gagliano
Guided by a deep, multi-generational family connection to New Mexico, Janet spends free moments trekking around the state discovering hidden gems and capturing them through her photography. From reflections to ancient structures, landscapes to street art, flowers to shadows, she is drawn by the smallest detail and the grandest vistas and is guided by emotion, light, and the stories of her ancestors.
Upside Goods Co
Ashley began her journey developing Upside Goods Co. during the height of the pandemic in 2020. Dealing with the anxiety of the unknown and being stuck in a daily repetitive loop, she sought comfort in candle making. From there, her obsession and desire to give back grew. Today, Upside Goods Co. seeks to provide clean, toxic-free products made with quality ingredients while a portion of profits from online sales go to supporting mental health awareness organizations.
John Paul Rangel
Sarah McIntyre Photography
Jewelry By James
Myths & Maps
St. Jame Art
Miss Mary’s Shoppe
Artist and painter Alexandrea Gowan harnesses her experiences, fascinations, and dreams to create fantastical works of art. Alexandrea seeks to create pieces that communicate universal feelings in the hopes that her work will touch each viewer in a way that’s personal to them.
Threads Take Flight
Handmade from the highest quality materials, Southwest Sigil by Emily Peck creates beautiful silver jewelry inspired by natural materials, southwest blended culture, and the uniqueness of Santa Fe.
Scattered Light Stitchery
Sewing and stitching individual pieces of work bring something personal and intimate, which I find soothes my soul. I’m not only helping these clothes and textiles live on, but also continuing a craft passed on through mostly women, mostly relatives, like a folktale.
Tuxberry & Whit
Jessi Penrod Ceramics
Kristin Schillaci Photography
Stellar Metal Jewelry
Stephan Webb Art
Kathleen McCaughey is a long time resident of Albuquerque, NM. She enjoys the outdoors and the beauty of the southwest, which inspires the design of her silver jewelry. Her background in engineering and manufacturing, results in jewelry that is both elegant and functional. Kathleen avidly pursues her silversmithing skills and continually searches for new methods and materials to incorporate into her jewelry.
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