‘Blue Roof, Old Adobe,’ a woodblock print by Angie Coleman. Courtesy/MRM
The Millicent Rogers Museum announces the 12th Annual Miniature Show and Sale featuring 225 of the best artists in Taos County.
The exhibit, which opens with a reception 5:30-7:30 p.m. Friday, Jan. 31, consists of works in all media that are unique in their scale of being under 10″ x 10″ in size.
Regular participants include Bill Acheff, Valerie Graves, Angie Coleman, Ken Daggett, Peggy Immel, Chris Morel, Ira Lujan, Mary Dolph Wood, Mark Asmus, and David Anderson, just to name a few.
Tickets for the opening reception are $20 per person ($15 for members) which includes refreshments, a ballot to vote for the People’s Choice Best of Show, and the opportunity to be one of the first to purchase these special works.
“The Miniatures Show is an important tradition in Taos,” Museum Executive Director Peter S. Seibert said. “However this year, we have an unprecedented response to our call for entries with more than 225 participants. Last year we had about 150 entries and sold about 50 percent of the show prior to its closing. I am looking forward to an even higher number of sales this year with the exceptional quality of the work in the exhibit.”