Fabulous collection.Wonderful, friendly staff andownership. Wonderful shows and amazing collection of Western art.
This is my #1 place to visit.....because I got married in this sculpture garden 5 years ago and it is the perfect setting for a small, quaint outdoor wedding! Very serene, beautiful landscape down to the sounds of the waterfall and ducks in the pond as your a saying your vows, as we were! The art and the folksy on... More
I absolutely love the outdoor portion of this gallery. You'd never know it was back there, and it's totally unique in New Mexico. Amazing! I should mention that I could never afford to buy anything there, but it's fun to check it out. And there's a chocolate shop across the street!
This gallery consistently handles the finest art, especially artists of the Southwest. The staff, especially Harry and Robert, are both friendly, helpful & knowledgeable... never stuffy. The back garden full of great sculptures is a heavenly oasis in the city of Santa Fe.
This is a free gallery and it has some interesting items. The gardens are nice but they must not want you to stay a while because there are no benches to sit and enjoy the gardens. So you quickly walk around and then go back inside the gallery. Benches please!! The art was interesting and very expensive. A bit pretentious.... More
This gallery has a vast selection of western and south western paintings. Along with Indian artifacts and jewelry. It's a very interesting collection. What I love about it most is the back sculpture garden...beautiful. It has a large, large pond that you can walk around with gorgeous sculptures and vegetation. It's a beautiful place to just relax and enjoy. When... More
My husband and I recently spent 2 days in Santa Fe, and because it was a short trip we wanted to be sure we visited recommended places. We initially thought of going to the Georgia O'Keefe museum but decided against it because of the ratings. We visited the Nedra Matteucci Gallery on Paseo de Peralta on our second day, and... More
While parking was limited in the front, this expansive collections of antiques is worth the stop. The staff was accommodating - there when you had questions, invisible when you just wanted to browse. Great collection of local artist's works.
This gallery is world class. The attitude of the staff working there is so extraordinary there are hardly enough kind words one can apply to them. No snootiness there. Cameras are welcome. I do think that out of courtesy to other patrons, one should avoid using flash because that is plain annoying unless you are alone in a room. The... More
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