Angel Fire Chamber of Commerce: 1982-2017 Building Business One Member at a Time

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Welcome to the Angel Fire Chamber of Commerce and our mountain paradise!

Since 1983, the Angel Fire Chamber of Commerce's mission of strengthening, promoting and serving its member businesses has positively benefited the entire region and local quality of life. We envision a community where businesses can grow and where people want to raise their families. The Angel Fire Chamber represents over 200 members who employ approximately 1,000 workers. These workers account for millions of dollars in economic impact in Angel Fire and the surrounding areas of Northern New Mexico. This is accomplished without tax dollars, as the Angel Fire Chamber is supported strictly by membership revenues. Serving as a unified voice, the Chamber advocates for pro-business issues affecting member businesses on the local, state, and national levels.

We are proud to feature news about our region and our member businesses in the Angel Fire Chamber of Commerce's exclusive "I Know Jo" Campaign. This campaign started as a way for our President/CEO, Jo Mixon, to get to know the membership in 2011. It has, over the past years, become one of the favorite news/advertising events in Angel Fire. The catch phrase being, "I Know Jo, do you?" She visits a different Chamber member to learn about their business. She then shares information in a story she writes for our Weekly Chamber Monday Memo e-Blast.  This e-Blast is sent out to thousands of people on our mailing list. 

 

             

 

Art Up Northern New Mexico is holding an Angel Fire Studio Tour Saturday, September 30 & Sunday, October 1, 2017.  Hours will be 10:00am to 5:00pm on both days. There are 27 artists and 20 locations for you to visit! The artists are located in Angel Fire, Black Lake, Eagle Nest, Valle Escondido and the Taos Canyon. Spend the weekend at your leisure, visiting artists, purchasing artwork of all kinds, enjoying food, beverage and shopping in Angel Fire and Eagle Nest. Start marking off the names on your Christmas list with handmade items and gifts from the artists and artisans of Northern New Mexico.

 

The artists showing on the Angel Fire Studio Tour and the number they will be listed on the brochure/map are:

 

#1 Julia Margaret Brigham; Art Quilts, Acrylic, oil, Watercolor packed with dynamic images that will  make you happy!

#2 Susan Peabody; Sterling Silver & Swarovski earrings, Beaded necklaces & bracelets

#3 Jacqui Binford-Bell Studio & Gallery; Photography, Mixed media painting, Watercolor, Beaded jewelry.

These three are located in Black Lake.

 

#4 Carla Callahan;  Marble sculpture, Fiber artist/weaver.

 " I find there is nothing more truly artistic than to love people" - Vincent Van Gogh

#5 Jo Mixon;  Oil, Watercolor, Acrylic paintings on canvas and furniture, Recycled happy art items

#6 Danny Stewart; the Finest in Southwest Jewelry. "I am a one man shop doing my own jewelry construction, lapidary casting, mold making and setting.

#7 Kathleen Dello-Stritto; Oil, Acrylic, Watercolor, Pastel Realistic paintings.

#7 Suzy Mortiz-Rawdin;  Representational/Impressionist, Landscapes that capture spiritual intensity by focusing on 

wide open spaces & clear skies. Pet Portraits

#8 Ginger Lagasse; Original creative mixed media jewelry to have fun in

#9 Anna Roth; Woodwork, Jewelry, Crochet & Knitting

#10 Lone Krarup & Johnese Turri; Everything Pinecone: Wreaths made of painted pinecones and othe handmade items.

#11 Yvonne O'Brien; Landscape Photography

#11 Diane Peterson -Shall We Dance; Dance Workshops, Electric Slide Classes; Sat & Sun during tour 1:00- 2:00  $5.00

#11 David J Mieras; Portrait Photography

#12 Ray Renfroe; Freeform pitch wood sculptures, wood wall art horses & antler heads.

#13 Ramona Bagley; Ramona paints the peace and spectacular serenity of New Mexico in landscapes on large and small canvases

All of the locations from #4 thru #13 are in Angel Fire.

 

#14 Carol Rupp; Watercolor, Acrylic Realistic paintings.

#14 Melody Perez -Running Horses Studio; Oil-fine art, Wild Mustangs, Western, wildlife

#15 Marcy Archer -A Moment in Time Photography; Landscapes, Scenery, Portraits, Western Dress-up

Artist locations 14 and 15 are in Eagle Nest.

 

#16 Katherine McDermott; Original Watercolor, Acrylic, Pastel & Scratchboard

Katherine is located in between Angel Fire and Eagle Nest.

 

#17 Clara Foshee; Stained Glass Sun Catchers

#17 Marian Jackson; Expressive & Abstract Florals with traditional Taos floral colcha (embroidery)

Located in Valle Escondido at the same location.

 

#18 Kevin & Jo DeKeuster -Enchanted Circle Pottery; Wood Fired Pottery & Sculpture

#19 Linda Rauch Gallery; Acrylic & Watercolor on canvas

#19 Rick Hewitt; Metal Sculpture

#20 Laurie Phelps; Watercolor and Oil paintings, Northern New Mexico imagery, layered colors. 

These four artists are at locations in the Taos Canyon.

 

"Meet the artists" reception open to the public on Friday evening, September 29th, at Chianti's in the Lodge at the Angel Fire Resort. 6:00pm to 7:30pm. Tickets are available for $30.00 each. Includes dinner and a champagne toast. Purchase at the Angel Fire Chamber of Commerce, 3407 Mountain View Blvd. Angel Fire, NM. email manager@angelfirechamber.org for more information.

 

You may download a brochure/map

 from www.angelfirestudiotour.com   

 after 09-13-2017

 

Here's a sneak peak...

 

 

        

 

  

      

 

 



 

 

         

 

 

   

 

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Save the Dates!!   

Angel Fire Studio Tour

Sept. 30 & Oct, 1 2017

 

Presented by the artists of Art Up Northern New Mexico