About the Tour
The High Road Art Tour is a destination and an event. Each fall in northern New Mexico artists on the High Road to Taos open their studios and galleries two consecutive weekends for the High Road Art Tour. This is when the trees turn yellow and the autumn sky deepens to cobalt so the tour offers one of the loveliest drives in the loveliest of seasons. It is also an historic trip that winds through tiny, old Land Grant villages and rural countryside.
But best of all, the High Road Art Tour allows visitors to see multiple arts and crafts, traditional and contemporary, created by local artists. The tour allows visitors to meet and purchase directly from these artists. Many of the studios are open year-round, and some only during the tour.
Tour brochures serve as year-round guides and are available from visitor centers, local hotels, and tour sites. Download the brochure, or to have a brochure mailed to you, email us. For information, visit the map and artists pages.
The High Road Art Tour is presented by High Road Artisans, a non-profit organization with a mission to enhance the economic viability of the artists and artisans of the rural communities along the High Road to Taos in Northern New Mexico. High Road Artisans works to provide visibility to the long-cherished artistic traditions and artworks of High Road residents through educational and promotional opportunities. Partial funding is provided by New Mexico Arts, Rio Arriba County and Taos County Lodger’s Tax Boards, and WESST.
Artists Who Donated Artworks for the
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Hanne Huisjes, framed woodcut print, value $240
Ojo Sarco Pottery, place setting, value $110
Lorenzo Fresquez, carved crucifixion, value $75
Leigh Gusterson, miniature original painting, value $120
Marco A. Oviedo, bronze figurine, value $70
Rey Montez/Montez Gallery, framed photograph, value approx. $110
Donna Caulton, giclee, value unkown
Sally Delap, giclee, value unknown
Artists who donated cards:
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