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It’s September, which means that local artists once again will share their prolific gifts with local art lovers, offering two days of color, beauty, inspiration, humor and an intimate glimpse into their creative environments.
Migrate through the Pojoaque River Valley north of Santa Fe and view the varied habitats of the artists — native, introduced, fledglings, endangered, old, wise and rare birds as well. Artist-watchers are invited to the 17th Annual Pojoaque River Art Tour from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Sept. 18-19.
The Pojoaque River Art Tour, known for its tri-cultural nature, professionalism and the quality, freshness and variety of its exhibitors, includes 19 studios and more than 30 artists and artisans.
Located approximately 16 miles north of Santa Fe, the tour takes visitors through artists’ creative havens in the Pueblo of Pojoaque, along County road 84 (which parallels N.M. 502 to Los Alamos) and through the traditional communities of Pojoaque, Jacona, Jaconita and El Rancho.
Visitors travel through the old farming community of Pojoaque, as well as Nambé.
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