You'll feel like you're in Mexico seeing a fresco by a great artist like Diego Rivera. Frederico Vigil made one in the torreon (tower) that's 4,000 square feet big and every bit as intriguing. It took him at least three years to complete. It's titled Mundo de Mestizaje: the mestizo world. (Wikipedia says: "The noun mestizaje, derived from the adjective mestizo, is a term for racial mixing that only came into usage in the twentieth century... mestizaje denotes the positive unity of race mixtures in modern Latin America.") The circular side walls show history; the ceiling is about the people. The tour costs only $2; you can book ahead. I'll add photos.
New Mexico is full of creative artists -- especially in cities like Santa Fe and Taos, but also in Native American pueblos and other places. The art museum showcases them. (You can find more at the excellent Albuquerque Museum.) When I visited in early July, most of the exhibition came from the museum's permanent collection (where photography is not allowed!).
The museum (but not the torreon) is free for NARM (North American Reciprocal Museums) members. If you haven't heard of it: Around 1,000 museums offer the benefit if you become a member of that museum, usually at a higher level of membership. It's fantastic for art lovers who travel.