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What is New Mexico Known For?

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What is New Mexico is known for? If you are a history buff or if you just love the desert, you are sure to love New Mexico, the fourth largest state of the United States of America.

The state is known for its rugged beauty, including its spectacular mountains, lush green areas, and a wide variety of wildlife, from desert species to bighorn sheep and mountain goats. The state has many beautiful towns and cities, and it is the home of the famed Montezuma Pyramid.

New Mexico’s climate is desert, so you will not see many people walking around in white sneakers. If you are looking for a good escape from the cold of the country, you should visit the state. If you are looking for a nice place to enjoy nature, then you should visit New Mexico.

If you are looking for a place to go to find a new job, then New Mexico can be just the place to go. The state is full of opportunities and it is important to get out and find one. If you are looking for a job that pays well, then New Mexico is the place to go.

The state is also known for its history. The city of Albuquerque is the oldest city in the state and is the home of the UN headquarters. The state has many historic attractions, such as the Battle of Cerro Gordo, which was fought by Mexican and New Mexican Indians.

The state of New Mexico is home to many amazing things. The state has a rich history and it is a great place to see for anyone interested in history. The state is also known for its wildlife. There is a large variety of animals, and they come from all over the world.

New Mexico is also home to some beautiful architecture. The state has many historic buildings, such as the old capitol building, the historic Santa Fe, and the Casa Grande. There are also museums in the state, including the New Mexico Museum of Natural History, and the New Mexico State Museum.

If you are interested in New Mexico and are looking for a great place to visit, then you should definitely visit the state. If you are looking for a place to find a new job or for that special someone, then New Mexico is the place for you to go to.

The state of New Mexico is full of fun and excitement. The state is filled with beautiful scenery, and it is important to take the time to take in the scenery.

You can find a great vacation home in New Mexico, and that is another reason to visit the state. There are many vacation homes in New Mexico, and they are great for people who want to get away from it all.

If you are looking for a place to relax and get away from it all, then you should definitely visit New Mexico. New Mexico has many places to enjoy and relax in.

The state of New Mexico has a great climate, and it is home to many beautiful landscapes, and it is a great place to take vacations. The state has many beautiful beaches and many beautiful lakes, as well.

New Mexico is a wonderful place to visit, and you should definitely take the time to visit New Mexico. If you are looking for a great place to go on vacation, then you should definitely visit New Mexico.…

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3 Of New Mexico’s top women artists

American art patron Mabel Dodge Luhan inspired women artists to New Mexico

Women artists, such as Georgia O’Keeffe, were attracted to New Mexico by a wealthy art patron Mabel Dodge Luhan who settled in Taos.  She established the first informal art colony there in 1917 where artists such Georgia O’Keeffe, Rebecca Salsbury James, Barbara Latham and Dorothy Brett followed suit finding “something special in the air” of Taos.

 

3 Top women artists of New Mexico

Georgia O’Keeffe
Born in Wisconsin, the USA on the 15th November 1887 was known for her enlarged paintings of flowers, New Mexican landscapes and New York skyscrapers.
Her legacy is of being the “Mother of American modernism” not being happy with the styles of the artists of her time she branched out with her style of American modernist art.

Rebecca Salsbury James
Born in London, England on the 21st December 1891, she was a self-taught painter.  Her parents were both Americans that were travelling with the “Buffalo Bill Wild West show” in London, England where she was born.
She settled in New York and married her photographer husband, Paul Strand.  She divorced Strand and moved to Taos, New Mexico with a group of artists to the informal artist colony started by Mabel Dodge Luhan.
She is known for her large flower paintings, colcha embroidery and still life’s which were painted on glass.

Barbara Latham
Born June 6, 1896, in Walpole, Massachusetts.  Raised in Norwich Connecticut she grew up on a farm with her parents who were naturalists.  The farm had a large apiary on it and Barbara was given her own hive to tend to.
Her father was known for creating honey butter which is honey that is whipped up at a certain temperature until it solidifies to create a certain texture.At the age of eight, Barbara won her first art scholarship to the Norwich Free Academy.  Barbara went to Taos in 1925 where she married artist Howard Cook in 1927 and after travelling they settled down in Taos.
Barbara is known for her painting, book illustrations and prints.…

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