Art Ruidoso Gallery features only local artists. Their mission is to highlight the best works of our many talented artists. They then present those works in a friendly environment at reasonable prices. For more information about Art Ruidoso Gallery and their class schedules visit their website.
Visit this log cabin to view DJ and Kelly’s designer collection of Native American jewelry in 14K gold and sterling, precious and semiprecious gemstones; specializing in quality domestic turquoise. Regular Hours Mon – Sat 10:00 am – 5:00 pm Sun Closed
Located in one of New Mexico’s most beautiful gardens, Hondo Iris Farm and Gallery features paintings, sculpture, and jewelry by resident artist Alice Seely. In addition, the gallery features folk art, ceramics, clothing, and textiles from around the world. www.hondoirisfarm.com
Explore the works of three generations of the Wyatt family, including fine art, paintings, prints, books, sculpture, cards, and jewelry. Dr. Kenneth Wyatt is one of the most well-known and prolific Western artists of today. Additionally, he inspires people all over the world with his outstanding Christian art. Also featured is Veda Wyatt, Jill Wyatt-Marshall, and […]
Enjoy The Painted Burros of Southern New Mexico on the rooftops of Twelfth Street in addition to the adjacent Sculpture Garden. Shop the Gift Gallery for handmade books, prints, jewelry and other fine craft items as well.
McMillan’s offers unique handcrafted furniture and one-of-a-kind lamps, mirrors and wall art. Furthermore, the exceptional amount of attention to detail goes into every piece of solid hardwood furniture produces incredible pieces of work.
Vicki Conley has been making pottery in Ruidoso Downs for over 25 years. She does a variety of work including functional stoneware, decorative Roku, and horsehair pottery. In addition, the gallery carries work by several area artists including Anita Keegan, Shirley Lall, Virgil Stephens and Nancy Phillips.
Since 1972, the Tanner Family has worked directly with the Native People to bring their art and jewelry to the marketplace. The tradition continues here in Ruidoso with Lynn Tanner, a fifth generation Indian trader and his wife, Kathy Dawn.