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Crystal Dragon

Crystal Dragon

2891 St. Hwy 14

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THE CRYSTAL DRAGON opened in the spring of 1984 by Geoffrey Stewart and features the gold and silver gemstone jewelry. Working in a variety of precious gems and crystals with an understanding of their vibrational energies,Geoffrey creates one of a kind jewels! Custom orders welcome!
Geoffrey's southwest photography is also featured. " His eye is right on" And the large format "giclee" prints on canvas recieve terrific response.

We also have many fine crystals, gems & minerals. fine Native American jewelry and pottery, and great beadwork
"Time Is Art!" Peace, Geoff Stewart

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Tapestry Gallery - Colorful and eclectic, the textures of TAPESTRY GALLERY whet the senses. Having originated in the 1980's as a weaving studio, it has grown to represent the talents of area handweavers, fiber artists and jewelers. Please join us for a reception and meet the artist Saturday, April 20th from 1:00 - 4:00 pm, as Tapestry Gallery presents tapestry weaver Donna Loraine Contractor's collection of new works titled "RECUCTIVE ARCHITECTONICS - Plus Additions".

Seppanen and Daughters - Fine rugs and tapestries

Conley Studio Pottery - Lisa's Conley's pottery as well as works from a number of regional artists are offered. On the East side of Hwy 14 near the middle of town. Open mostly every day 10- 5 pm. Please call for appointment, if necessary.

Weasel & Fitz - Focusing on recycled art and local folk art as well as a few other "curious thangs" we represent over 20 New Mexican artists and craftspeople. Open 10-5pm (closed Tue. & Wed.)

Mostly Madrid - Featuring local & native art & jewelry, hand-stitched leather & medicine bags and objects of spirit.

Gifted Hands - Painting, crafts, and jewelry much of the works are made by native americans and other local artists. Open 10-6pm

Cowgirl Red - Western Retro, Vintage Cowboy Boots, Art, Native American Jewelry, Antiques & Collectibles! Open 11-5pm most weekdays, Sat& Sun and by appointment.

Indigo Gallery - This fine art gallery shows a wide range of art including painting, jewelry and sculpture. Open daily 10-5pm.

Coal Miner’s Daughter - A gallery featuring owner Dean Cheek's knitwear designs. Artwork by Kristin Nelson, Native American jewelry, and much more. Located at Back Road and Hwy 14.

Upcoming Event

CrawDaddy Blues Fest 2014!


The Mine Shaft Tavern is pleased to announce that we will be hosting the 7th Annual - CrawDaddy Blues Fest. The event will be held May 17 and May 18, noon – 7pm next to the Madrid Old Coal Town Museum. Great live blues and Cajun foods! Tickets are $15 Saturday and $15 Sunday. Parking will be available on the north end of town.
The Mine Shaft Tavern brings in fresh live crawfish from Gulf Coast region. If you love crawfish, do not miss this event. In addition, shrimp, hamburgers, BBQ and many other foods will be available. There will be a full bar and plenty of shade. Rain or shine. Kids under 12 are free, no coolers or outside beverages or food allowed. Advance tickets will soon be available, see our website for more information http://www.CrawDaddyBluesFest.com

SAT 17 CRAWDADDY BLUES FEST! Gates open at noon $15
JIM ALMAND AND TIM ARNOLD
DESERT SOUTHWEST BLUES BAND
CW AYON
HONEYHOUSE
FELIX Y LOS GATOS
IMPERIAL ROOSTER in the Mine Shaft 8PM

SUN 18th CRAWDADDY BLUES FEST! Gates open at noon $15
CONNIE LONG & FAST PATSY
The BARBWIRES
CW AYON
TODD TIJERINA
ANTHONY LEON & THE CHAIN
JUNIOR BROWN



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