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Mark Sublette Medicine Man Gallery

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© Courtesy of Mark Sublette Medicine Man Gallery
Mark Sublette Medicine Man Gallery
6872 E. Sunrise Dr.
85750 Suite 130
AZ
US
Venue Type: Gallery


QUICK FACTS
Open hours
Mon-Sat 10-5; Sun (Mid Nov - Mid May) 1-4
Phone
505-820-7451
Other phone
(866) 894-745
Fax
(505) 820-2750
Gallery type
Contemporary
DESCRIPTION

Mark Sublette Medicine Man Gallery Santa Fe specializes in the lifework of Maynard Dixon, San Ildefonso potter Maria Martinez, and works by the Taos Society of Artists. The gallery always has an exceptional array of Native American antiques, contemporary paintings and sculpture by nationally acclaimed artists, including members of the Cowboy Artists of America.

“Santa Fe is and always will be a center for art and art collectors. I would expect the serious art lovers will still show up in force while the general tourist market will be off. In fact, this may be the best summer ever to visit Santa Fe as parking, restaurants, and hotels will be less crowded and much cheaper,” says gallery owner Dr. Mark Sublette.

The gallery also features works by the Taos Society of Artists, Taos Founders, Early Santa Fe and Taos Art colonies. Orignal members of the Taos Society of Artists included J. H.Sharp, E. I. Couse, E. L. Blumenschein, Buck Dunton, Oscar Berninghaus, Walter Ufer, Keneth Adams, and Bert Phillips.

Antique Native American Indian art is our specialty. With a large inventory of Native American art to include Navajo Rugs and Blankets, Native American Pueblo Pottery, Indian Baskets, Hopi Kachinas, Old Pawn Jewelry, Contemporary Native American Jewelry, and Native American Beadwork. We have one of the largest inventory of Native American art for sale in the country.

We also exhibit works by the Southwest's most acclaimed contemporary painters and sculptors. Featured members of the Cowboy Artists of America include Fred Fellows CA, Oreland Joe CA and John Coleman CA.

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