This post is my final from my Santa Fe trip. I had so much to share, and could still probably have another week’s worth of posts, but its time to move on. I went to Joshua Tree last weekend and want to tell you about that and I’ve had some amazing visits with a few great artists and designers that I can’t wait to tell you about.
This post covers a bunch of images I took while on my trip that represent to me that natural and organic nature of Santa Fe that was so beautiful. From the amazing weather and clouds to turquoise and bronze, this round up really gives you a feel for the city of Santa Fe and all that it offers from art to jewelry and nature. Great city, can’t wait to go back!
The colors on Canyon road
Amazing piece in the square by a Zuni artist
My travel partner, Emily Factor wearing one of her amazing dresses and an Alex & Lee necklace, outside of her mother’s house
The sun room of the house we stayed at.
Funky art shack on Canyon Road
Amazing sculpture made of beeswax
Textile art at a gallery on Canyon road
Absolutely love this sculpture
Natural baskets at the Folk Art Festival
The turquoise is extraordinary
The stone of Santa Fe
Love the pop of turquoise against the setting
Me lounging in turquoise feeling the sun
The amazing turquoise sky
Wearing Corey Lynn Calter
A moody skyline
Morning coffee view that I could really get used to.
The real deal
Santa Fe street candy
Kowboyz cowboy wear which was the costume supplier for “Crazy Heart” which was filmed in Santa Fe
Antlers on display at the elegant 5star Geronimo restaurant
Porcelain horns from a Korean artist at the Folk Festival
Classic Santa Fe motif
Loved this amazing sculpture in downtown Santa Fe
Sculpture on Canyon road
Favorite gallery with bronze sculptures of women and birds
Sculpture at the Folk Art Museum…this pic says it all
Many of these pictures I posted on Instagram…you can follow me @theschereport
Hope you enjoyed my trip as much as I did!