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Artists Directory


All of my inventory is hand made from choice hardwoods. I try to make unique and useful items that can be functional and helpful but with an artistic flair. Some of my new products include wooden cactus gardens and designer wooden variable height desks.


Handcrafted wreaths and trees on greens or grapevines to display various Mexican craft items, such as, cactus palm spheres, tin ornaments, corn husked flowers and raffia ribbons. Some wreaths display coconut masks and Day-of-the-Dead items.

Rodrigo Armijo

He has delved in various art mediums: oil, acrylic and liquid acrylics. Presently he is using acrylics. He is not afraid to use the brightest and liveliest colors. The simplicity and uniqueness of his images is what impact the observer because of the emotion and movement they transmit.


I incorporate numerous types of paints with different viscosities to achieve a depth in my paintings that when combined with multi-layered hand cut stencils creates a vibrant & original finished piece. Using an ungodly amount of color combinations, paints, and whatever else I can get my hands on.

Alexis Ruiz

Printmeikiando is a shop dedicated to create journals, prints, shirts and other items by using traditional printmaking methods. They are printed using hand carved linoleum or wood blocks and all the journals are hand stitched.

Scott Swezy

My work is created using soft pastel. I usually work on a sanded ground.


Acrylic Gouache on a variety of surfaces; paper, Gessobord™ and Canvas


Artist printed images of the natural scene, with an emphasis on design, textures and color. I use archival media, mounted on cradled panels or mounted and framed.


My work is created by exploring a variety of materials (precious metals, recycled materials, thread, beads) and techniques. There is an emphasis on colour, texture, pattern and form which are inspired from my observations from the natural world.


I choose my subjects from nature and paint them in modern impressionistic or abstract style.
Using brush, palette knife, or any kind of tool allows me to develop harmony and texture the way I want.


We are using high quality canvases, brushes and paints to create our works, which based on classical school of painting, combined with our experience of living in Southwest for last 30 years. Acrylic, oil and watercolors.


This art is on cold pressed steel attached to a wooden frame with exposed screws. The metal is rusted, and painted. Allowing the paint to mix with the loose rust creates a unique, weathered expression. Using techniques of pointillism and stippling the art is drawn with acrylic pens.


Custom, handcrafted jewelry made from Sterling Silver, 14k Gold, and Platinum. Pieces can be built with diamonds or gemstones and can be completely customized. All pieces are inlaid with a variety of stones such as Opal, Jade, Turquoise, Sugilite, Lapis, Shell, and much more.

Kathy Davies

I use stoneware and food safe glazes on all pottery. All pieces are fired at either cone 6 or cone 10, depending on glazes used and desired appearance.


I make wall hung sculptures with cast concrete and hybrid adobe with various materials like steel, wire, glass, salvaged organic matter, etc. integrated into the surface and interior of the pieces.

Vanessa Clark

My ceramic work is created by using handbuilding techniques for sculptures and pottery thrown on a wheel that is then altered & carved.
My mixed media creations use mainly acrylic paint, paper, vintage illustrations, then seal with resin. These canvases are inserted into a coordinating frame.


Since 2014,. painting cows is connecting with the greatness within. Artist works in acrylic medium: includes making paint using grounds. Classic method of underpainting, layers, search for shadows, shapes. Worked from photo reference taken at farms. Finishes as a colorful abstract representation




Wood turned and carved, live edge, decorative hollow forms and sculpture from salvaged timber.

Delfie Martinez

My goal has been to create kiln formed glass that is esthetically pleasing as well as functional. I use
several forms of glass including frit, rods, stringers, and sheet glass. Working with glass provides an
infinite diversity of color, texture and form.


Da Vinci professional grade watercolor pigments on gallery-wrapped all-media canvas, archival conservation finishes, framed in black and gold floater frames


I am an enamel jewelry artist. This is a 3,000-year-old process that I have been creating in a modern way for the past 5 years, using hand cut stencils, crackle technique, lead free decals, & 3-7 layers of glass. My copper substrates are hand cut by me and I hand make my sterling silver ear wires.


My surfaces are wood or heavy watercolor paper. I start with washes of a neutral color or pencil. Then comes the color. I layer light over dark to create a glassy depth and no color is off the table. No mediums are off the table either. Next are the shadows & lastly: introduce the black.

Lisa Magnano-Craig

I work with glass both in mosaics and with fused glass. I use glass formulated for fusing and employ a variety of techniques in my kiln formed (fused) glass. I make works of art that are functional, such as bowls, and others that are for display, I may incorporate fames or metal displays


Assemblage artist Spare Parts Art


Metal Embossing known as Repujado is the art of manipulate soft metal with hand tools. I like to capture the beauty of my Mexican culture and traditions expressing them in this art. The true beauty of art is not the art itself but the connection between the art, artist and the collector.


Freeform one of a kind signed 14K gold jewelry with fine gems, lost-wax-cast method.

Pamela Vigo Sanchez

Pámela creates contemporary and custom work with her horse, Indy. The artist draws line work of horses and other pets juxtaposition on abstract watercolor washes painted by Indy. In addition to commission work, the artist responds to social and political issues using the equestrian experience.


I handcraft historic/vintage silver and gold coins into unique , fine wearables or curios. A craft which dates to the beginning of coinage production, most commonly recognized and documented during World War 1


Hand fabricated mixed metals jewelry using the disciplines of soldering, riveting, scrimshaw, marriage of metals, hollow forms, enameling, and piercework. Each piece is one of a kind.


Although I'm in the painting category, my work includes a large variety of 2D media: Pastels, Acrylics, Pen & ink & pencil drawings, and mixed media collages that include my original drawings. I specialize in El Paso, Mexico & Southwest landscapes, and Dia de los Muertos and Religious themed works.


I sell nautical themed original acrylic and copper leafed paintings on wood. A very small portion of my booth also sells numbered reproductions of the originals on hand stretched canvas.

Michael Stephens

Mostly landscapes infused on aluminum and printed on high quality photo papers.


I hand make lampwork glass beads using a torch and Italian glass rods. I also hand make ceramic components with 04 clay and a kiln. I then combine these beads and components with other quality materials to create one of a kind wearable art.


Our planes are uniquely handcrafted with precision, beauty, artistry and reflect some of today’s modern “birds” of the sky. And computerized designed. Blue print transferred to recycled can. We cut, form and assemble each of our designs s by hand. We have more 80 different model of airplanes.


Acrylic on Canvas and Oil on canvas paintings. Contemporary subjects. Techniques vary.


I create home goods and gift items out of leather sheepskin and reclaimed luxury materials. More than 70% of my materials are sourced from design industry makers remnants and would otherwise be thorn away. I enjoy restyling vintage chairs and accent pieces that connect me to the original maker.

Catherine Gabaldon Barnes

Inspiration for my work comes from patterns, color and textures found in nature. Techniques I use are hand-sawing, soldering, stone setting, kiln-fired enameling, & gold fusing (Keum-Boo). I earned a BA in Art with an emphasis on Metalsmithing/Jewelry Design from New Mexico State University.


Acrylics oncanvas


Handcrafted sterling silver and gold jewelry adorned with natural stones


My passion is in Oils where knife and brush combine to give the richness and depth not achievable in other mediums. My subjects are varied--old Missions and Adobes , Seascapes & Fishing Boats.


This rustic handmade jewelry is mostly created by using recycled and reclaimed copper from demoed houses and power lines. It is pounded, bent, shaped and patinaed then combined with crystals, stones, antique and distinct vintage objects of various types to enhance the unique flair.


Being from New Mexico I’m influenced by the landscape around me and I paint with my ancestors in mind. Memories of riding horses with my grandfather or searching for arrow heads with my grandmother.


Born 1951 in El Paso, TX, my interest in art began in high school & developed into a life-long passion. Largely self-taught, my sense of color originated from the influences of MX where as a child I accompanied my grandmother on weekly visits to the Jrz market. My work is mostly colorful & lyrical.


I design my jewelry pieces using illustrator. I then have them laser cut. I at times heat form for depth. I use rivets to attach elements. I also use monofilament to attach different elements. Use silver findings.

Chris Gray

My medium is pen and ink. My work is inspired by the ancient works of Indonesian, Aztec, Mayan, amongst other Native Societies. I have taken what I learned from design and melded the ancient styles of these civilizations. This has allowed me to create my own unique style.

Shelby Elizabeth

My artwork is completed using pen and ink on Ampersand clayboard. Each detailed drawing is rendered on the clayboard, and then scratchboard tools are used to extract highlights and texture. Currently, my concentration is on depictions of expressive nature and wildlife.

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