Santa Fe New Mexican

The Santa Fe New Mexican is a daily newspaper published in Santa Fe, New Mexico. It is the oldest daily newspaper west of the Mississippi River established in 1849. Wikipedia

Santa Fe New Mexican

The Santa Fe New Mexican is a daily newspaper published in Santa Fe, New Mexico. It is the oldest daily newspaper west of the Mississippi River established in 1849. Wikipedia

Jul 11, 5:31 PM

[Sponsored post] Join Us in Santa Fe Peyote Bird Design opens its doors to the public for Folk Art Market Weekend with a Jewelry Sale, 50-75% Off 10% of all sales go to IFAA Dates: July 13 - 15th 2017 Where: 675 Harkle Road, Santa Fe, NM More information available at www.peyotebirdevents.com This year Peyote Bird Designs celebrates Santa Fes Folk Art Market by honoring Frida Kahlo. Fridas paintings were influenced by the indigenous culture and folk art of Mexico, the art she and Diego Rivera collected for their beloved La Casa Azul. Her preference was the brightly colored Mexican folk-influenced garments, which seemed impossibly bold to the fashion of the day, but these clothes revealed the proud and creative heart of a woman with unlimited imagination. It was more than fashion sense, it was the building of her persona and identity. Frida Kahlo didnt just choose any dress from Mexico. She often chose the Tehuana dress, a dress from a matriarchal society of southern Mexico that symbolized a very powerful woman. Her every detail was folk influenced, including her strikingly bold jewelry of silver squash blossom necklaces, big beaded stones, turquoise necklaces, and ornate Spanish lace earrings. Queen of the Selfie In her day Frida was considered the Queen of the Selfie. Photographic luminaries Man Ray, Edward Weston, Gisele Freund, Nickolas Muray and countless others helped make Frida the most photographed woman of her day. She understood the power of her image by projecting all at once a feminist and a goddess-like vision, both bold and vulnerable. In 2002, many of Fridas personal photographs and dresses were unsealed and have been making their way around the world in Frida Kahlo exhibitions, bringing about a new resurgence to her place in the world of art and our hearts. This year in celebration of Fridas love for folk art, Peyote Bird Designs invites all Frida Kahlo followers and lovers to join in celebrating this strong womans life and art by submitting your Frida selfie via Instagram and Facebook (#peyotebird, #Frida). We welcome creative, elaborate and bold selfies. Dress to the nines with jewelry and other adornments. Open to the Public! July 13 - 15th Samples, closeouts, overstocks and beading supplies on sale outdoors under our big tents. Everything discounted to wholesale and below! We will be offering a large selection of never-before-seen styles from our high-end vault collection, as well as an exciting array of closeouts, overstock, samples, and beading supplies at below wholesale prices! This year's festivities will include dancing, jewelry, and music. Enjoy live artist demonstrations from local artisans. Peyote Bird designers will be offering tips and tricks to the public at the DIY jewelry making station. Enjoy the festive ambiance and groove to world music while celebrating folk art and the woman who championed it!

Jul 11, 5:29 PM

Join Us in Santa Fe Peyote Bird Design opens its doors to the public for Folk Art Market Weekend with a Jewelry Sale , 50-75% Off 10% of all sales go to IFAA Dates: July 13 - 15th 2017 Where: 675 Harkle Road, Santa Fe, NM More information available at www.peyotebirdevents.com This year Peyote Bird Designs celebrates Santa Fes Folk Art Market by honoring Frida Kahlo. Fridas paintings were influenced by the indigenous culture and folk art of Mexico, the art she and Diego Rivera collected for their beloved La Casa Azul. Her preference was the brightly colored Mexican folk-influenced garments, which seemed impossibly bold to the fashion of the day, but these clothes revealed the proud and creative heart of a woman with unlimited imagination. It was more than fashion sense, it was the building of her persona and identity. Frida Kahlo didnt just choose any dress from Mexico. She often chose the Tehuana dress, a dress from a matriarchal society of southern Mexico that symbolized a very powerful woman. Her every detail was folk influenced, including her strikingly bold jewelry of silver squash blossom necklaces, big beaded stones, turquoise necklaces, and ornate Spanish lace earrings. Queen of the Selfie In her day Frida was considered the Queen of the Selfie. Photographic luminaries Man Ray, Edward Weston, Gisele Freund, Nickolas Muray and countless others helped make Frida the most photographed woman of her day. She understood the power of her image by projecting all at once a feminist and a goddess-like vision, both bold and vulnerable. In 2002 many of Fridas personal photographs and dresses were unsealed and have been making their way around the world in Frida Kahlo exhibitions, bringing about a new resurgence to her place in the world of art and our hearts. This year in celebration of Fridas love for folk art, Peyote Bird Designs invites all Frida Kahlo followers and lovers to join in celebrating this strong womans life and art by submitting your Frida selfie via Instagram and Facebook (#peyotebird, #Frida). We welcome creative, elaborate and bold selfies. Dress to the nines with jewelry and other adornments. Open to the Public! July 13 - 15th Samples, closeouts, overstocks and beading supplies on sale outdoors under our big tents. Everything discounted to wholesale and below! We will be offering a large selection of never-before-seen styles from our high-end vault collection, as well as an exciting array of closeouts, overstock, samples, and beading supplies at below wholesale prices! This years festivities will include dancing, jewelry and music. Enjoy live artist demonstrations from local artisans. Peyote Bird designers will be offering tips and tricks to the public at the DIY jewelry making station. Enjoy the festive ambiance and groove to world music while celebrating folk art and the woman who championed it!

May 31, 9:57 PM

Why hello there, Mr. Bobcat! A little amateur David Attenborough action for you this Wednesday afternoon: Reader Robert Moya shares this shot he took in a midtown residential area near Rodeo Road. The cat was "totally afraid of me," Moya said, adding that it was not acting in a threatening manner and scampered away once it spotted him.

May 28, 4:38 PM

It's not often that a wedding anniversary makes the front page of The New Mexican. Then again, it's not often that any couple stays together for 73 years. Here's a story to make you smile big. http://sfnm.co/2s4oify

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