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Welcome to Jemez Artisans Co-op Gallery, a collective of local artists in the Jemez Mountains, northern New Mexico. We hope you'll stop in and browse our unique collection of art and gifts while you're visiting the beautiful Jemez Mountains.

Visiting Artist Karen Stauch, Wearable Weaving Art

Karen Stauch will be the guest artist at Jemez Artisans Gallery September 23rd – October 6th.

Her colorful weavings are fun and functional works of art and make great gifts, even for yourself. Please join us for Karen's opening reception Saturday, Sept. 24th from 2–4!

Featured scarf is home-grown Jemez. Yarn from Aspen Ridge Alpacas was hand-dyed using red and black hollyhock blossoms gathered from in front of the library. The dye was a beautiful Merlot color. Come see what color the scarf turn out to be. One hundred percent of proceeds from the sale of the scarf will go to the Friends of the Library.

Karen Stauch

Visiting Artist Leone Wilson, Woven Wool Pin Cushions

Leone Wilson will be showing her felted woven wool pin cushions at Jemez Artisans Gallery October 7th – 20th. These beautiful creations are hand-dyed, appliqued, and embroidered. Please join us for an artist’s reception Sunday, October 9th, from 2–4. Refreshments will be served.

Leone Wilson

Guest Artists

We are currently seeking Guest Artists for the upcoming year. Visiting Artist shows run for two weeks and provide a good opportunity for local artists to show and sell their work. If you are interested, please call or come by the gallery Fri–Mon, 575-829-3018.

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History of the Jemez Artisans Co-op Gallery

Jemez Artisans Co-op Gallery is a collective of seven local Jemez Mountains artists. The gallery was the brainchild of Tom & Joann Vandenberg. Tom made wooden birdhouses as a hobby. He showed at several fairs in the valley and finally set up a stand next to the old post office. Tom visited with members of the Jemez Fine Arts Gallery across the street and he and Joann thought it would be a good idea to form a similar co-op with other artisans in the area.

Tom rented the post office building from Emmett Cart in the fall of 2009. He met others who liked the idea and helped work on the building plans and ideas. Renovations were made and the gallery opened on March 17, 2011. There were eight original members of the Jemez Artisans.

Jemez Artisans

Today there are eight members, and the faces
have changed. The current members share the responsibilities of keeping the gallery running.
The items on display include fabric arts, digital paintings, jewelry, ceramics, photography, fine
woodwork, recycled media art, stained glass & fused glass, and local books.

The gallery is located at 17375 Highway 4 in the old post office in the village of Jemez Springs, New Mexico, and is open daily 11-5 in the spring, summer, & fall,
and 11-4 Friday through Monday during the winter.