Michael McCormick, Owner
Owner Michael McCormick says, “I believe in balance, in reconciling opposites, in symbiotic relationships, in the harmonious; the healing effects of colour, light and shapes; symbols and innuendo” – and that’s reflected in the Gallery’s collection. “Most people are afraid to listen to their own hearts; they’re unassure of their own authorities. But, and this is important, it’s not necessary to know the reason we love something. Art is like Religion… elusive and magical. Of the faithful. If the eye is the window to the soul, then art is definitely in the eye of the beholder.”
Michael McCormick and Sons Gallery exhibits an eclectic Artwork range featuring Artwork of New Mexico Masters Miguel Martinez, Malcolm Furlow, Shelbee Mares, Bill Baker, Timothy Tate Nevaquaya, Michael Archuleta, with many other Museum Quality Artists. Travel & Leisure, Fodor’s, & Frommer’s magazine, says “A must if you’re visiting New Mexico”.
Photo courtesy of Donald Graham.
Michael McCormick’s Hidden Treasures
The Michael McCormick Gallery
A Taos Tale
Kimber Garcia, Director / Curator
Kimber Garcia is the Director/Curator at the Michael McCormick and Sons Art Gallery. She is born and raised in Taos, New Mexico. She received her BFA from the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Her emphasis was in Photography combined with printmaking and Mixed Media with an intensive background in Art History. Since returning to Taos she has adeptly become an aficionado of Contemporary Southwest Art. As the Director/Curator of the Gallery she is in charge of coordinating and installing Art Exhibitions, working with the Artists directly, the media, handles customer relationships, and launching and monitoring the Gallery website; among many other tasks. Her creative strengths lie in the relationships that she develops with our clients.
Meownet, Director of Public Relations
“Hi! My name is Meownet (after Monet). At first I was lost, but now I am found! Felix the cat lady introduced me to the best Gallery in the world! In the beginning I was very ill and couldn’t walk. Michael and Jamie took me in and when I got better I applied for the job of Director of Public Relations. Lo and behold I got the job! Now I spend my days sleeping, having my tummy rubbed, and just basically running the Gallery. I would very much like to meet you so please come in to visit us!”
Photo by Katherine Egli of the Taos News.