The Trade Roots Collection is the creation and vision of Jeffrey Lewis, located in Santa Fe, provides the most extensive raw materials selection in the industry, for both the jeweler and inlayer. Jeff offers pieces from his extensive personal collection of antique, historic and contemporary Native American arts and artifacts in the Cabinet of Curiosities
411 Paseo De Peralta, Santa Fe New Mexico 87501 phone:505 982-8168
Santa Fe Bead Artist Claudia Chavez creates one-of-a-kind, handcrafted original jewelry and sells her beadwork on The Plaza & Santa Fe Contemporary Hispanic Market. Her signature Flower Garden necklace has been well received through the years and is now her top selling item.
95-A Cedar Road, Santa Fe NM 87507 phone:505.501.3664
Featuring contemporary fine art with the flavor~sabor of a fusion of Mestizo (mixed indigenous/European background), Latina, (latin feminist), Chicana/Chicano, (social and political art) and Hispanic art genres.
El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe is dedicated to showcasing Hispanic art, culture and history of Santa Fe and Northern New Mexico. Programming includes exhibitions, performances, workshops, lectures and various community events.
555 Camino de la Familia, Santa Fe NM 87505 phone:505.992.0591
Take Southwest cooking classes with some of the region's top chefs at Santa Fe School of Cooking - just steps away from the historic Plaza in downtown Santa Fe. Famous for our restaurant walking tours, hands on classes, corporate training and special group events.
125 N Guadalupe St, Santa Fe NM 87501 phone:1-800-982-4688 or 505-983-4511
Pachamama Gallery in Santa Fe, New Mexico specializes in Spanish Colonial Antiques and Latin American Folk Art. They offer unique Silver Milagros and Yellow Bronze Milagros, prized by jewelry designers and collectors alike, many of which are referenced in owner Martha Egan's book on Milagros.
The Cerrillos Hills Historic Park is the preeminent tri-cultural mining region of North America, a cultural crossroads and a living teacher, a place of refuge and of learning, where all may be nourished by the rich historical and multi-cultural heritage. The Park offers to all who visit it, recreation, education and a renewed sense of connection to the land.
Travel and documentary photographer William Frej currently living in Santa Fe, New Mexico, has been photographing indigenous people for over 40 years. While living in Indonesia, Poland, Kazakhstan, and Afghanistan, as well as other remote mountainous regions of Asia, he has been documenting the changing lifestyles of many of the world’s unique cultures through his photography.
Santa Fe, Santa Fe New Mexico 87505 phone:505.795.5978
45 minutes from Santa Fe, Casa Perea Arts Space and Pachama is delightful day trip, overnight get-a-way and wedding venue run by Martha Egan and attentive staff that are sure to make your stay memorable.
We stock all the USGS maps for New Mexico in all scales and can ship immediately! Travel Bug is also a great coffee shop in downtown Santa Fe on Paseo De Peralta off the plaza. Stop by refresh yourself and find out how to get where you're going.
839 Paseo de Peralta, Santa Fe NM 87501 phone:505-992-0418