Hecho a Mano primarily showcases New Mexican and Mexican artists working in the mediums of printmaking, ceramics, and jewelry.

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UPCOMING EXHIBITION:

Three-dimensional paper weavings by Skye Tafoya (Eastern Band Cherokee/Santa Clara Pueblo) opening July 30.

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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.


Born in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and surrounded with the arts from an early age, Daniel McCoy (Muscogee Creek / Citizen Band Potawatomi) was welcomed into a household of Artisans, Farmers, Music and Subculture.


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. 

Open 10am - 5pm, closed Tuesdays.

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