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This nontraditional New Mexico cookbook has been a bestseller since it was first published a decade ago. B&Bs from across New Mexico shared their favorite recipes including Lavender Pound Cake, Bread Pudding with Rum Sauce, Peach Frangipane Tart, Maggies Wicked Apple Margarita, Native American Stew, Nana Banana Bread, Cactus Quiche, Chocolate Cherry Muffins, and Cimarrons Trail Cookies, among others.

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The Black Place Two Seasons

Walter K. Nelson, Author
Douglas Preston, Author

Trim: 11" x 12"

Pages: 108

Illustrations: 65 color photographs

Photography

New Mexico

Few people have ventured into the remote, uninhabited badlands of the Navajo Reservation in northwest New Mexico known, by the artist who made it famous, as the Black Place. During the 1930s and 1940s Georgia O’Keeffe and her friend Maria Chabot braved the harsh conditions of baking heat in summer, bitter cold in winter, and ferocious winds to make many camping trips to the area that inspired one of the great outpourings of creativity in O’Keeffe’s artistic life. Photographer Walter W. Nelson, who shares with O’Keeffe what writer Douglas Preston calls "a great affinity for geology" went in search of the Black Place twenty years ago and has returned over thirty times to photograph it, first in black-and-white with a large format 8 x1 0 camera and over the last five years, in color with a digital camera. The two seasons of his title refer to the fact that in this region virtually devoid of vegetation, only the presence of snow visually distinguishes the landscape from the non-winter months. Inexhaustible in scope, with geological complexity dating back some 66 million years, the Black Place must be patiently experienced for its mystery and infinitude and deep secrets of time.

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The Carved Line

Block Printmaking in New Mexico

Josie Lopez, Author

Trim: 12" x 9"

Pages: 248

Illustrations: 120 color illustrations

Art History

Printmaking

New Mexico

© 2016

The Carved Line is about printmaking and printmakers in New Mexico over a significant period of time—from 1890 to present. It features block prints, including new works, by New Mexico’s best-known printmakers and brings to the forefront little-known artists deserving wide recognition and a place in New Mexico’s art historical canon. This volume includes 120 beautifully reproduced prints by internationally known New Mexico artists including Gustave Baumann, Willard Clark, Howard Cook, Betty Hahn, T. C. Cannon, Fritz Scholder, Frederick O’Hara, Adja Yunkers, and previously unpublished works by other artists such as Juan Pino, Margaret Herrera Chavez, Tina Fuentes, Yoshiko Shimano, and Ruth Connely.

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The Chile Chronicles

Tales of a New Mexico Harvest

Carmella Padilla, Author
Jack Parsons, Photographer

Trim: 9.75" x 10"

Pages: 132

Illustrations: 175 color photographs

Folklore/Folk Arts

New Mexico

Culture

© 1997

Documents the central role of chile in New Mexico history and culture.

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The Hand-Carved Marionettes of Gustave Baumann

Share Their World

Ellen Zieselman, Author

Trim: 12" x 9"

Pages: 64

Illustrations: 49 color and 15 black-and-white photographs

Art

Baumann

© 2000

The story of Baumann's puppet theatre, describing in detail the plays, sets, and costuming, and highlights the extraordinary wood-carving artistry of this master.

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The Legacy of Maria Poveka Martinez

Richard L. Spivey, Author

Trim: 9" x 12"

Pages: 224

Illustrations: 198 four-color plates, documentary photographs

Women in Art History

Native American

Ceramic History

© 2003

Maria, the potter of San Ildefonso (1887–1981), is not only the most famous of Pueblo Indian potters but ranks among the best of international potters. Her work Is collected and exhibited around the world, and more than any other artist, Maria Martinez brought "signatures" to Indian art.

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Drawing from archival resources and original research and interviews, this book tells the rich and complex story of the Indian curio trade in New Mexico.

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The Pottery of Acoma Pueblo

Dwight P. Lanmon, Author
Francis H. Harlow, Author

Trim: 10" x 9"

Pages: 624

Illustrations: 932 color images, 481 black-and-white images

American Indian

History

Art

© 2013

A comprehensive illustrated survey of Acoma pottery made between 1300 and the present.

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The fine artistic achievement of Santa Ana pottery has brought Pueblo ceramics worldwide acclaim.

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The Pottery of Zuni Pueblo

Dwight P. Lanmon, Author
Francis H. Harlow, Author

Trim: 11" x 9"

Pages: 616

Illustrations: 1200 color illustrations

American Indians

Folklore/Folk Arts

Art

© 2008

Offers a history Zuni Pueblo, an introduction to Ashiwi (Zuni) pottery, as well as a chronological history of the craft.

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