Rc Gorman Navajo Gallery85 Votes Currently Closed
- Address: 204 W San Francisco St, Santa Fe, NM 87501, USA, Taos, United States
- Timings: 11:00 am - 04:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-5059822888
- Tags: Art Gallery, Family And Kids
The RC Gorman Navajo Art Gallery in Santa Fe features some awesome artworks by RC Gorman who is also known as the “Picasso of the Southwest”. His artworks range mainly from the female figurines and showing the elegance of women. If you are lucky, you can meet RC Gorman and know about his style and arts. On regular days, there are knowledgeable attendants who will accompany you along the tour and describe you about the style used in the artworks. Some of the sculptures made by RC Gorman are also on display. The Gallery also houses fitness classes and training if you wish to learn kickboxing. From boot camp classes to cardio fitness classes, there are many options to practice and get in shape.
How to Reach Rc Gorman Navajo Gallery
- Bus 255 to stop : Sandoval Street & W Water Street
- Bus 255 to stop : W Alameda Street & Galisteo Street
- Train New Mexico Rail Runner (NMRX) to stop : Santa Fe
Rc Gorman Navajo Gallery Reviews & Ratings
RC Gorman, probably the well known Native American artist in the world. Small shop really nice. Bring your checkbook.
Lovely gallery with fantastic people. They are very friendly and very knowledgeable.
Great gallery knowledgeable staff, to the reviews saying signed things cost to much, he was a lithography artist all pieces in the gallery with an original signature are an original lithography or an original drawing or painting, where can you find original art from a world famous artist at a bargain price? the Giclees are reasonable , and are archival, there are very reasonable print available, there are things from $10 to $40,000. I would suggest talking to the staff of any gallery and asking what is within your price range, there is always something for every one
friendly staff, very knowledgeable excellent art work, Gorman was truly a master
this Gallery is open and moved to the Paza next to the Plaza Hotel 104 south plaza