Ellis-Clark Taos Moderns Gallery
The Ellis-Clark Taos Moderns Gallery features a rotating display of the Harwood's ever growing collection of works by artists who worked in Taos from the 1920s through recent years, and whose work falls into the Modern category of two important New Mexico Art Movements. The New Mexican Modernists were artists associated with Mabel Dodge Luhan, including Rebecca Salsbury James, Andrew Dasburg, John Marin, Marsden Hartley and others. The Taos Moderns were a group of the mid-century artists who came to Taos following World War II including Louis Ribak, Beatrice Mandelman, Earl Stroh, Ted Egri and a contingent of California artists from the Bay Area, including Richard Diebenkorn, Clay Spohn and Edward Corbett whose work along with many other artists is featured in this gallery. The Ellis-Clark Gallery shows paintings, works on paper and sculpture.