A trip to the Santa Fe area would not be complete without a stop at the Historic Line Camp Gallery. Many people have said... “It is one of the most unique and fascinating galleries in the entire area.”
The 6,000 square foot historic building is in itself a sight to see.
The double adobe walls and the massive hand-hewn pillars support over 150 vigas in the high ceilings, creating an interesting open space for the gallery. The primary focus of the gallery is tribal arts from around the world. The most predominant and striking art is that of the Huichol Indians who create what many people believe to the finest bead work in the world today. Of equal importance and beauty are their yarn paintings which are recordings of dreams and visions, and which pass on their ancient cultural beliefs. The Historic Line Camp Gallery houses the largest and finest collection of Huichol Indian art in the country... perhaps in the world. A section of the building designated for a Huichol museum opened in the summer of 1999. Other tribal arts found in the gallery are the fine woven and colorful baskets of the Wounaan Indians from the rainforest of Panama, the highly decorative and unusual pottery of the Shipibo Indians from Peru, the colorful feathered masks and headdresses of the Kaiapo Indians from the Amazon of Brazil, and a variety of collectibles from various tribes in Africa. Additionally, the high ceilings and spaciousness of the gallery offer a gracious setting for displaying fine tribal rugs of various middle-eastern origins. The baltic amber, pearls and one-of-a-kind silver and gemstone pieces are also extraordinary. All of this and much more can be appreciated in a very casual environment and at incredibly affordable prices. Whether it is for the casual country setting, the history and splendor of the building, or the gallery’s eclectic mix of unique art, a stop at the Historic Line Camp Gallery is well worth the short drive from Santa Fe.
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