Baby, it’s cold outside!
I was being very nice this afternoon and keeping paths swept/shoveled across the courtyard. Unfortunately, I was sweeping snow upRead more.
Church with Purple Door
Old adobe church on Pacheco Road now houses children’s art school. Found this colorful building quite by accident.Read more.
Gone but not forgotten
The Plaza Cafe Complete with salty waitresses, busboys with gold teeth who did not speak English, gorgeous pies, to-die-for NewRead more.
Qu’elle disaster … as they say in Paris
Breakfast is always fun at the Hacienda Nicholas. After a quiet evening in my room sorting out the time zoneRead more.
“Ute Chief Blanket”
By David Gary Suazo, Taos Mixed media, including acrylics, Rembrandt oils and oil acrylics. On kiln-dried cedar. Sand from TaosRead more.
Sigh … happy to be ‘home’.
Snow was forecast to celebrate my arrival and I eagerly watched for the white landscape out the airplane window. Alas,Read more.
Going Home …
Santa Fe is like home to me. So much art for inspiration. Such marvelous scents from the roasting chilies andRead more.
Once upon a time …
Once upon a time, a gallant Prince Charming lured the May Queen to California for an enchanting visit to YosemiteRead more.
Ahhh! The Ahwahnee!
How lovely this grand old hotel is, especially from the perspective of a retired Architect! The rich colors suit theRead more.
It snowed all night! The park is a winter wonderland! And fat flakes continue to come down, mounding up onRead more.
The Bracebridge Dinner
We arrive in the Great Hall of the Ahwahnee Lodge in our very formal finery around the stroke of 4Read more.