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Gallery@Shidoni.com
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505.988.8001 ext 120

PO Box 250
Tesuque, NM 87574

But if distance separates us, feel free to fufill your artistic needs on our website (www.shidoni.com).

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   Shidoni Opens Contemporary Native American Art Exhibition

Shidoni is proud to announce a new exhibition opening Friday, May 18, 2018, in partnership with the Institute of American Indian Arts, an exploration of The Contemporary Native American Arts Movement.

Appropriately, the exhibition is titled “I.A.I.A. The Time Is Now”.

The show includes a wide variety of art: bronzes, cast iron, wood, mixed media, glass, paintings, photographs, some abstract, some not, all contemporary.

The artistic standards of the works are stunning. The diversity of the works is astonishing.

For many of the featured artists, this will be their first gallery exposure.

All of the artworks are offered for sale.

Join us for this exciting exhibition.

Shidoni Exclusive!

Joe Barrington
"Texas Watchdog"
Steel
JBAR00977
25% Discount
Original Price $20,000


Featured Shidoni Collection
Gib Singleton 'Spirit of the Medicine Man (Large)"
Una Hanbury "Somewhere a Bird is Singing"
Lance Latham "A Horse is a Horse"
Billy Kratzer "The Song Maker"
Billy Kratzer "The Song Maker"
Peter Dickson "Equus"
Billy Kratzer "Girl From Indian Creek"
Billy Kratzer "Girl From Indian Creek"
Peter Dickson "Io"
Peter Dickson "Gia"
Located at the entrance to the 14,000 square foot  complex in what was the original foundry office. The Gallery officially opened in 1975, a year which also marked the First Annual Outdoor Sculpture Show. It is the oldest gallery in the Santa Fe area under the same ownership.  With its large wooden beam construction and brick floors, visitors are invited to browse among the largest selection of contemporary sculpture to be found in the Southwest.  The variety of styles is unequaled, encompassing abstract, non-objective, realism, functional, kinetic, found object and fountains.  Its warm and friendly atmosphere encourages guests to relax, ask questions and enjoy the beautiful surroundings.  Works in bronze, stainless steel, copper, iron, and mixed media representing over 100 local and nationally known artists, are available for purchase and priced for every budget.