Monday, November 2, 2009
Casa Blanca Inn applauds the Artifacts Gallery in Farmington
The Casa Blanca Inn is a supporter of many local Farmington Businesses, individuals and causes.
One of our favorites is found nearby and is known for it's generous and creative spirit.
Artifacts Gallery and Studios in Farmington offers an experience for the heart, soul and stomach! Featuring the works of fifty local and area artists, Artifacts displays jewelry, handmade books, calligraphy, collage, handmade furniture, pottery, hand pulled prints, photography and works in acrylic, watercolor and oil. Housed in the former Farmington Lumber and Hardware Building in Historic Downtown Farmington, Artifacts is also home to twelve artists in residence who welcome you to visit and watch work in progress. And for a flavorful New Mexican experiences, The Chile Store at Artifacts offers a variety of New Mexico made chile products such as salsa, dry mixes, jellies, and hot sauces. Artifacts Gallery and Studios recently hosted its 4th annual "Unhooked" fundraiser to help raise awareness for breast cancer. The exhibit featured the work of local artists who created twenty different types of artistic bras using a variety of art media, including quilt, collage, woodworking, photography, and watercolor. For more information about the Artifacts Gallery and upcoming shows call Artifacts, (505) 327-2907 or view their website at: http://www.artifacts-gallery.com/.