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gallery representation



Manitou Galleries is one of the foremost galleries in the West, with locations on Palace Avenue just off the Santa Fe plaza, on the famous Canyon Road in Santa Fe, and in Cheyenne, Wyoming. The galleries offer the finest collections of contemporary representational paintings, sculpture, Native American and fine jewelry, and our experienced and knowledgeable staff is always friendly and accommodating.


Wilde Meyer Galleries have changing exhibits of original contemporary fine art with subjects including abstracts, landscapes, figurative, and contemporary Western. Media include paintings, bronzes, sculpture, glass, and more.



Since its founding in 1929, the Heard Museum has grown in size and stature to become recognized internationally for the quality of its collections, world-class exhibitions, educational programming and its unmatched festivals. Dedicated to the advancement of American Indian art, the Heard successfully presents the stories of American Indian people from a first-person perspective, as well as exhibitions that showcase the beauty and vitality of traditional and contemporary art.

The Heard Museum sets the standard for collaborating with American Indian artists and tribal communities to provide visitors with a distinctive perspective about the art of Native people, especially those from the Southwest.


Located near Albuquerque's Historic Old Town, Gallery Hózhó shows the work of Indigenous, non-Indigenous, and Latinx artists associated with New Mexico. In addition to Greyshoes, we represent a number of artists, including Rhett Lynch, George C de Baca, Terran Last Gun, Ira Lujan, Alex Peña, Mateo Romero, Debora Sipple, Virgil Ortiz. The gallery is located on the first floor at Hotel Chaco next to the wine bar Crafted and across the street from Sawmill Market.

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