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Tapestry Gallery

Tapestry Gallery

4 Firehouse Lane
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(505) 670-5943

Specializing in Fiber Art, area artists create one of a kind accessories for the body and home. Versatile wraps, tops, shawls and scarves by handweavers Barbara Ehrlich, Coleen Ferguson, Susan Hill, Kate Nilssen, and Lore Wills topped with a hat by Shawn Harman, Renee Rector, Riha Rothberg or Laurie Rossi makes one feel special. Add some glitter with a femo critter pin by Lisa Mondy, a beaded necklace and earrings set by Claire Sinclair, or captivating Native American jewelry by a variety of Santo Domingo Pueblo artisans.

To uplift your home surroundings, adorn the wall with a tapestry by Donna Loraine Contractor or Jennifer East, a handwoven copper wallpiece by Suzanne Donazetti, suede soft sculpture by Julie Hopkins, silk paintings by Claudia Fluegge, or a traditional kachina by Chester Poleyestewa. Both artful and functional for the floor, Sandy Voss weaves rag, shag or Pendelton wool rugs in a variety of sizes. Set your table with Bedazzling runners and mugmats by Rebecca Speakes. Perhaps you have a special place for a Mata Ortiz pottery piece by Miguel Bugarini?

For the knitter or weaver, not to be missed, is an alluring selection of hand dyed yarns or roving and colorful diachroic glass buttons by fiber artist, Robin Pascal.

Experience the divine with an artist doll or (available only at the gallery) a Wood Wairie by figurative sculptress Caroline Babbitt. Acquire some bear medicine with a carved fetish by Lakota-Sioux healer, Delbert Charging Crow.

And literacy is not forgotten! One can choose from a fine selection of children and adult books of southwestern flavor.

Make your visit to Madrid memorable. Do not forget TAPESTRY GALLERY.

Judith Colvin, owner

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