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We were lucky enough to be visiting Santa Fe during this show!
It was wonderful and booths were placed all around the downtown area...great concept. To have these shows among
the artist community of Santa Fe, makes visiting the area
even more special. Thank you...More
More and more artists are showing their work at art shows, fairs, etc. instead of galleries; and the SFSA is special in this way - with their special group of very talented artists, including many mediums: painting, photography, ceramics, sculpture, etc. A great place to...More
I have visited the Santa Fe Society of Artist show several times in Santa Fe. There is no better place to get to actually meet the artists and learn about the techniques and what inspires them. Added bonus is that the art is gallery quality...More
As a long time member of this group (15 years) I am naturally biased. I am in this case giving the group a 5 star rating.
If you are a local artist and are thinking of joining our group and are considering to apply for...More
we always go to this venue when they are open. mainly every Saturday and Sunday from mid may to mid october. free open access from two main santa fe streets, just down from the plaza square. good quality artwork, with visits with the artist as...More
This group of artists has a show in the heart of Santa Fe, right near the town plaza. We visited all of the artists showing and their work is impressive. I would definitely recommend taking the time to see this.
Wonderful, small outdoor exhibition of local artists in a alley-like parking lot across from the Art Museum. A nice size of about 25-30 booths with a range of artforms. Worth a visit if exploring the city's art world, without the inhibition of the high end...More
I dare say it´s a lovely place to visit and enjoy art. I do recomend it. Every time I come back to Santa Fe one of the first things I do is to visit the National Bank Parking lot where the SFSA is located.