Adobe Gallery

221 Canyon Road, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501


Adobe Gallery specializes in contemporary and historic Southwest Indian Pueblo Pottery and Native American Paintings. Adobe Gallery's beautiful walk-in Santa Fe Gallery is located at the beginning of historic Canyon Road. Adobe Gallery's staff is professional and knowledgeable in pottery and artwork from numerous Native American Pueblos and other southwestern Native Nations.

Adobe Gallery also has a book collection that includes a variety of Southwest Indian Pueblo texts, arts, crafts, and other southwestern art subjects. If you cannot visit the gallery in person, all of their items are shown and fully described on their continuously updated website at

Current happenings at Adobe Gallery:

Opening Reception Monday, August 10 from 4 – 7 pm, exhibiting through September, 2015.

Adobe Gallery will, for the first time, have a display and sale of Native American paintings of artists who have chosen to abandon the Santa Fe Indian School two-dimensional art style and to adopt an avant-garde style of painting in a more modern verve.  Artists included are Shonto Begay, Tony Abeyta, Jaune Quick-to-see Smith, Kevin Red Star, Dan Namingha, Kee Bahee and Joe Maktima.

This show can also be viewed on our website:

Pre-sales are possible by contacting Adobe Gallery, 221 Canyon Road, Santa Fe, NM or call 505-955-0550. For more information or please visit our website.

Also on Monday, August 10, 4 - 7 p.m., as part of Adobe Gallery's August 2015 Indian Market Special Exhibit Opening, there will be a good signing of The Marvin and Betty Rubin Collection of “20th-Century Native Arts”.

Also, Allan Hayes and John Blom will be in attendance to autograph their new book SOUTHWESTERN POTTERY: Anasazi to Zuni (Second Edition). This is a completely revised and expanded version of the first edition and includes many more pottery examples in photograph representation.

For more information about this wonderful book:



Bunny Terry 505.504.1101

20 Vereda Serena Santa Fe, NM 87508