Binford-Bell Studio & Gallery
575-377-3602. Jacqui Binford-Bell has been a fixture in the Angel Fire art scene for almost 15 years; first her Mardi Gras masks, then her visionary paintings. Now she is moving into award winning photographs. Her working studio in Black Lake is on the Artistic Visions and Treasures Art Trail and open to the public. She creates and displays her paintings and photographs in the 336 square foot passive solar studio she shares with her extensive collection of europhobias. They think it is a green house.
Enchanted Circle Pottery
575-737-9640, located Located 8 miles west of Angel Fire in the Taos Canyon at 26871 East U.S. Highway 64, between Angel Fire and Taos. Gallery open daily 9 am - 6 pm.Owned and operated by Kevin and JoAnne DeKeuster. We create a variety of functional and sculptural ceramic pieces. The functional pieces are lead free, dishwasher and microwave safe. The most unique aspect of our work is that it is fired solely with wood. Wood firing, an ancient Japanese process of firing, produces one of a kind iridescent colors. As the wood burns in the kiln, wood ash lands on the ceramic pieces. The kiln reaches such intensely high temperatures (2400 degrees), that the ash is melted into a glaze. The flames surging across the pots also add interesting marks and color. We are sure you will enjoy the trip to our studio and gallery. You will find us at work, throwing pottery on the wheel, creating sculpture by hand, glazing pottery, loading or firing a kiln.