Arroyo Seco – August 2010

 

Summertime in Arroyo Seco

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Santisima Trinidad in Arroyo Seco, New Mexico has been a recurring subject for Bob. Built in the early 1800s, the historic adobe church sits among imagined fields of flowers and lavender in his latest completion.

Situated seven miles northeast of Taos, Seco – as the village is known to locals – is a colorful and quirky destination. The narrow, winding road weaves past restaurants, galleries and shops. In the Doug West Gallery we’re always intrigued by the skies in his paintings and serigraphs. The artistic works of Claire Haye include paintings, sculpture and woodblock prints at Claire Works. But, it’s the creative jewelry designs that become treasured gifts at our house.

One can’t leave Seco with an ice cream treat from Taos Cow. The all natural super premium ice cream is hard to beat. We recommend the pinion caramel if it’s on the daily list.

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