Mission:Support and advocate for the visual, literary and performing arts. Seek to develop and provide education and recognize the diversity of all cultures and support all traditions and art forms equally and enthusiastically.
"Dawn Mist Girl" is a mixed media piece on Arches archival paper. The painting is rooted in the stories of Dine' (Navajo) story of emergence and migration of the People in the time before the Fourth World existence.
A reminder to expand your reach and resources by joining Creative New Mexico and its virtual network. They are a state-wide arts advocacy and education organization supporting New Mexico’s wide spread arts and cultural individuals, businesses, organizations and institutions. Find out more at http://www.creativenewmexico.org/. Join their mailing list or follow on Facebook. Their latest project was to create an online community for New Mexico’s artists, art businesses, arts organizations and even art/culture divisions of government. Check it out and join the conversation. https://creativenewmexico.ning.com/.
Limited Commemorative Posters
with $20 membership donation
(Request first, second and third choice) and mail to
PO Box 2235, Farmington, NM 87499
High Desert Fine Art
Poster by Betty Reed
Riverfest Fine Arts Show
Poster by Kennith W. Gordon
Poster by Randy Follis
Poster by Karen Ellsbury
Poster by Michael Bulloch
Poster by Sharon Bulloch
Poster by Richard Mordecki
Poster by Venaya Yazzie
Our grateful THANKS to New Mexico Arts, A Division of the Office of Cultural Affairs, Navajo Traditional Energy Company, Target Stores, Best Buy Stores, ConocoPhillips, Connie Gotsch Foundation, 7211 Foods, Witter Bynner Foundation, New Mexico Office of African American Affairs and the City of Farmington.
Northwest New Mexico Arts Council P.O. Box 2235, Farmington, NM 87499