Handmade Silver and Stone Jewelry

Our Gallery Artists

Jennifer Ortega

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Jennifer is best known for her luminous large-format transparent watercolors. She explores and utilizes organic shapes entering the visual conversation with mystery and beauty. Working lightest to darkest, colors are floated onto a wet surface. This process produces wonderfully complex and luminous color. Many paintings will have 20 or more layers upon completion. Jennifer lives and works in Northern New Mexico.


Rita Vali Ceramics

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Rita creates pottery that combines clean modern form with bold graphic patterns inspired from the richness and diversity around her – landscape, textiles, botany, the microscopic world.  She draws upon her background in microbiology and applies it to her art practice. Rita also loves color, and the challenge of using it in complementary ways. 

Tom Kellie

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Original watercolor paintings of New Mexico landscapes by Scottish artist, Tom Kellie (1933-2012). While a medical student at Glasgow University, he attended classes at the renowned Glasgow School of Art. He  painted many locales especially around the Jemez Mountains and Ghost Ranch. He participated in the La Cienega Studio Tour each year until moving to Fort Worth in 2007. He was made a signature member of the Fort Worth Society of Watercolor Artists in 2009.

Taos Twist

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Taos, New Mexico based Taos Twist makes a collection of beautiful stainless steel hand forged flatware and serving utensils. Their products include cheese knives, serving spoons, ladles, cake/pie server, as well as other useful serving utensils. It is jewelry for your table- unique, beautiful, functional and dishwasher safe.

Kei & Molly Textiles

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The team at Kei & Molly Textiles create products using only 100% natural fibers and eco-friendly inks. Their products are hand-printed in their Albuquerque, NM studio. We sell their cotton flour sack dish towels, cotton produce bags, cotton napkins and note cards. Environmentally conscious, they also make the most of the New Mexico sun by generating solar power for their electrical needs.


Blindspot Mirrors, Panels & Boxes

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Deborah Childress, a renowned sculptor with a degree in fine art has a unique artistic vision and creativity. She has bridged her sculpture with functional craftsmanship and developed a unique line of handcrafted mirrors, decorative panels, and boxes. Deborah’s functional art pieces are created in a unique hand-casting process with one-of-a-kind molds based on real botanical objects.

The Gallery

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Sally Primm

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Sally Primm creates limited edition giclee prints on quality archival paper from her original paintings. We carry two of her colorful design lines called Water is Life and & Kelp Garden, celebrating the beauty and importance of water in the natural setting. Sally attended the Rochester Institute of Technology and the Parsons School of Design.

The Gallery

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