Hecho a Mano primarily showcases New Mexican and Mexican artists working in the mediums of printmaking, ceramics, and jewelry. >LEARN MORE
Ben Muñoz: Saltillo
On view through April 24
Featured New Mexican Printmakers
Paula Wilson is a "mixed media" artist creating works examining women's identities through a lens of cultural history. She uses sculpture, collage, painting, installation, and printmaking methods such as silkscreen, lithography, and woodblock.
Mikayla Patton belongs to the Oglala Lakota Nation. Patton is a multimedia artist now based in Santa Fe, New Mexico. She creates work using alternative printmaking methods; traditional beadwork techniques; papermaking and other mix media.
WHERE IT'S AT
Hecho a Mano exists at the intersection of innovation and tradition and also at the top of Santa Fe's world-famous Canyon Road.