The Medicine Man

Canvasing Santa Fe, New Mexico

Sean explores New Mexico’s artistic heritage and traces his own family roots
in New Mexico leading to a Native American connection and his painting
The Medicine Man.”

Click here to buy “The Medicine Man

Canvasing Santa Fe, New Mexico

Santa Fe
From renowned Native American markets to beautiful cathedrals, Santa Fe’s attractions deliver unique and unforgettable experiences, as well as world-class art galleries. Santa Fe is known to be the third largest art market in the United States, with a variety of art festivals throughout the year.

Travel Partner:
Inn of the Turquoise Bear
Inn of the Turquoise Bear is a stunning bed and breakfast considered one of Santa Fe’s most important historical estates. With its signature portico, towering pine trees, magnificent rock terraces, and lush gardens filled with lilacs, wild roses, and other flowers, the Inn offers guests a bucolic retreat close to the center of Santa Fe.

Visit the Santa Fe Railyard, where 9 of Santa Fe’s leading contemporary art galleries are located, including Blue Rain Gallery.

The Railyard hosts many events throughout the year, be sure to check the calendar!

Find David Kassan’s work here.

More information about the exhibition Facing Survival, curated by USC Fisher Museum of Art

USC Shoah Foundation’s mission is to develop empathy, understanding and respect through testimony and resources for holocaust education.
Find Shana Levenson’s work here.

Don’t miss the galleries and world-class boutiques on Canyon Road.
The free Santa Fe Pick-Up shuttle runs approximately every 30 minutes, seven days a week. It stops where there are designated “Pick It Up Here” signs. There are four on Canyon Road. The shuttle will drop passengers off anywhere along the route (safety permitting).
Another route serves the Downtown and Railyard areas.

Open portals to access the healing powers of sacred sound. Contact Walking Star and Thunder here.

Other wellness and healing opportunities can be found here.

Food Recommendations:
Coyote Cafe
Cafe Pasquals
The Pink Adobe
Geronimo Restaurant
Dolina Cafe & Bakery – our crew ate here probably 4 days in a row!
Sweetwater Harvest Kitchen