Art Galleries & Museums in Silver City, New Mexico
A Space Studio Art Gallery
“A” contemporary multi-purpose (4000 sq. ft.) alternative SPACE which features local artists, performances, monthly shows and exhibitions. The public is invited to make their own assemblage sculptures with found objects in the Art-on-a-Stick area. Gallery artwork focuses on painting, glass-work, metal and wood scupltre, mixed media assemblage, mosaic tables, collage, drawings and prints.
Borderlands Gallery - Stephan Hoglund Jewelry
Borderlands Gallery is a fine art Gallery featuring Stephan Hoglund fine art Jewelry and Regionalist focused art, creation and music. Stephan crafts studio jewelry featuring low impact mined Museum quality American gemstones from the Northern Borderlands of Lake Superior, to rare Southwest Turquoise and Varasite. Wedding rings, earrings, pendants and sculptural brooches. We also re-purpose old Jewelry and do repair.
Creative Hands Roadside Attraction Art Gallery
Sue Porter and Michael Lowery
106 W Yankie St. Silver City, 303-916-5045
Come explore color and contemporary expressions in art and music in our Gallery featuring New Mexican Artists. Adventure in modern, ancient themes and classic art, music and jewelry. We offer something for everyone. There is a promised smile and an experience of color, life, love and laughter that you will know is true ART. Don’t miss the Smokin’ Hot Cigar Box Guitars! There is always a lively conversation and heart filled art. Featuring artists Porter, Lowery, Blakemore, Manning, Lathrop and more.
Light Art Space
Light Art Space: Where Art and Expression shine.
Light Art Space is a place for creative discovery where our vibrant community can enrich our lives through the arts. Featuring art exhibitions, workshops, lectures and other events.
Light Art Space is an inviting venue for undertaking the creative journey. At Light Art Space all can discover their artistic selves by exploring new media and playing with process while experiencing the power of creativity.
Mariah's Copper Quail Gallery
211-A N. Texas St., 575-388-2646
Perfectly located on the corner of Texas & Yankie, Mariah's Copper Quail Gallery features a variety of local fine art and gifts with a southwest flare and beyond.
Pinos Altos Art Gallery - Grant County Art Guild
Historic Hearst Church in Pinos Altos
Earth & Sky Shaman by Mark Bowen
Hearst Church gallery
Historic Hearst Church in Pinos Altos
Earth & Sky Shaman by Mark BowenPhoto by Sandy Feutz
Hearst Church gallery
The Grant County Art Guild consists of local artists that produce and exhibit a wide range of fine art and crafts, including paintings, photography, jewelry, pottery, fiber art and more.
Open from late April to mid-October.
Southwest Women's Fiber Arts Collective
The Collective comprises nearly 40 local fiber artists and a wide variety of art. Our mission includes enriching the community by fostering opportunities to experience, learn, and earn. We celebrate Fiber Art!
Stephan Hoglund Photography
Fine Art Photography, Stephan Hoglund wedding photography and portraiture. Stephan melds your portraits with the beauty of our Southwest environment! Wedding, Graduations, Family and all Commercial photography.
Courtney Michaud 5 of 12
Hidalgo County Sunrise 22"
Let Um Fall 74 x 83"
Cat 8 x 10"
Silver City is home to a vibrant and amazing community of artists. Always drawn to this area, and after visiting often over the years, I finally made the leap and have part of this artist community since early 2017. I’m continually inspired at the variety and quality of work and, drawing on my graphics business experience, have decided to provide a venue to get this wonderful, exciting art to a wider audience. First, it was to be entirely online, and then the opportunity to open a brick and mortar presented, and the rest is unfolding.
My aim is to provide collectors access to this hidden gem of artistic talent, artists a means to market their work to a wider audience, and to extend an invitation those seeking fine art to visit our city.
Tatiana Maria Gallery
1305 & 1307 N Bullard St., 575-388-4426
A working studio & gallery: designing furniture, lighting, clothing and panelized passive solar homes. Showing paintings, sculpture, rugs, Native American jewelry, pottery and fetishes.
Making art/craft accessible in a nurturing environment to all ages and backgrounds. Inspired by a freestyle philosophy – no rules, no mistakes, just joyful creation from the heart – we approach craft as art, a personal expression of yourself and your emotions. Open freestyle weaving sessions available with pre-warped looms and lots of yarn. Individual and group instruction in free-style weaving, other fiber arts, bookbinding.
Wild West Weaving
More than a gallery showcasing award winning weavers from Navajo and Chimayo traditions, Hosana Eilert has created a boutique filled with art, gifts, books & jewelry, handcrafted by talented artisans. Fiber art supplies, classes and workshops available.
WNMU Francis McCray Gallery of Contemporary Art
1000 W College Ave., 575-538-6517
The Francis McCray Gallery of Contemporary Art, is Western New Mexico University's premier art gallery. Established by Dorothy and Francis McCray, the gallery provides the campus and community with exhibitions showcasing the work of student, regional, national and international artists. The McCray Gallery features contemporary painting, drawing, sculpture, ceramics, new media and photography, and also operates as the repository for WNMU's permanent collection. Admission is free. During the RED DOT Art Fest in October, Paul Hotvedt's landscapes will be featured. All begin plein aire and are further worked in the studio, some taking years to complete. Paul has developed studio techniques to deepen color tones, strengthen effects of light, and further imaginative possibilities. He received a Master's in painting from the Maryland Institute College of Art.
1105 W Market St., 575-534-9717
City of Rocks Snow
Traditional and impressionistic art and photography. Original oil and acrylic canvas and prints. Open during Red Dot Artfest & Studio Tour hours; other times by appointment.
Museums in Silver City, New Mexico
Silver City Museum
312 W. Broadway, 4 blocks west of Hwy 90.
H.B. Ailman House, now the Silver City Museum, and H. Meredith House, Silver City, NM, 1881. (Collection of Silver City Museum)
Frances Ott (age 20) & Beau on the porch of the H.B. Ailman House, 1896. (Collection of Silver City Museum)
Stage Coach in front of Meredith and Ailman’s Bank, taken between May 1881 & September 1882. (Collection of Silver City Museum)
Catherine Camp with Goldfish, Ft. Bayard, NM, August 1927. (Collection of Silver City Museum)
The Museum creates opportunities for residents and visitors to explore, understand, and celebrate the rich and diverse cultural heritage of southwestern New Mexico.