27 artistas y artesanos en Pueblitos, NM
- 1260 S. Hwy 116 BelenNM8700250507
Home owners, restorers, re-modelers, and new construction contractors. Torreon Wood Works LLc can build to your specifications great looking Fireplace Mantles, table tops, stair treads, bar tops, restaurant tables, counter tops, kitchen island tops, bathroom vanity tops and more, and all wood cabinets, yes all wood no particle board or malamine I can deliver to you or your job site anywhere in state or out. I have references you can contact. I do everything I can to provide my customer with a great looking,and long lasting product. At Torreon Wood Works we turn wood into wonderful things
- 55 Carlisle Rd TijerasNM87059
Fusion Idol Arts represents the unique artwork of New Mexico artist Christopher Beikmann. His artwork is created using a combination of photography and illustration. Beikmann has traveled the world photographing elements for his artwork and learning about different cultures, spiritual beliefs and artistic styles. All of these are combined into his artwork. You'll find exotic Buddha images, highly detailed Sugar Skull artwork and lush floral and paisley designs. The artwork is then used to make everything from phone cases and throw pillows to canvas and duvet covers. All of the items sold at Fusion Idol are printed and shipped from trusted manufacturers in the USA.
- 1535 Pearl Loop Bosque FarmsNM87068
Silvie Goldmark has been a wholesale dealer of pewter gifts and kitchenware accessories since 1998, selling nationwide to distributors, retailers and gift stores. Our line includes salt and pepper shakers, bathroom towel holders, custom drawer pulls and knobs, and other tableware. Mix-and-match with dozens of silver-color-plated or gold-plated pewter figureheads. They make great collectibles and unique table setting decor, and are perfect for corporate awards and gifts! You’ve never seen anything like them! Available to distributors, reps, bulk buyers, and retail gift shops.
David Santiago is a 23-year-old native of Albuquerque, New Mexico and holds a Bachelor of Arts in Architecture. David’s love of art was ignited during his tenure in college when he was introduced to one of his basic components for his art- charcoal. Since his discovery of charcoal, David has been exploring his artwork with the additions of pastel, oil, watercolor, acrylic, and blush on wood panels. David’s personal passion within the realm of female portraiture and figure has been inspired by his upbringings of the southwest culture including Dia de los Muertos and the Native American Culture. David’s senses of emotions are captured during his creation to describe a tale only the on-lookers can create with their own feelings.