Things To Do In Madrid, NM
Jezebel Gallery & Glass Studio2860 St. Hwy 14
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Situated right on the boardwalk in the center of Madrid, New Mexico, Jezebel Gallery offers something for everyone. We currently carry lighting products, paintings, sculpture, jewelry, furniture, clothing, and much more! Our collection is constantly growing, making Jezebel Gallery a “must see” when passing through Madrid on the Turquoise Trail.
Jezebel Gallery was established in 1993 and has been a popular tourist stop ever since. The gallery features exquisite hand wrought iron and stained glass lighting designed by Jezebel herself. Her patented glass slumping technique calls for the highest quality of glass. No two products are exactly alike, giving each a luminous heirloom quality. Other available Jezebel products include glass vases and votive candle holders. Jezebel Gallery is proud to represent artists living in the local area as well as those residing all over the world! “Romance and Nature” inspires the gallery’s atmosphere and is reflected in the artwork. You will discover colorful paintings, a variety of sculpture, hand crafted jewelry, furniture, clothing, and so much more! Please visit the gallery’s website at www.jezebelgallery.com to view Jezebel’s lighting products and accessories and the work of other artists represented there.
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