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Gallery event allows public to ‘get up-close and personal’ with Native artists

For more than 100 years, Wright’s Indian Art has been an institution in New Mexico. The gallery has worked with the best artists in the state. And now it is giving back with “Hangin’ With the Masters” artist showcase. It will be held from 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 11, and feature 14 New Mexico artists…

New Mexico Magazine Reader’s Choice Travel Awards Issue | May 2017

When Wright’s Indian Art moved into a brand-new home on Albuquerque’s Louisiana and Menaul boulevards in 2013, a newcomer might have observed its colorful, modern design and thought it an upstart. But Wright’s is actually the city’s oldest Indian art gallery, celebrating its 110th birthday this year…

Owner turns over Wright's Indian Art to granddaughter, husband

A college student once paid $2 a week on layaway to take home a piece of pottery by the legendary Maria Martinez. The renowned painter Pablita Velarde helped the store move three times.

Wright’s Indian Art hums with a legacy…

View one-of-a-kind, handmade Native American art and jewelry at Wright’s Indian Art showcase

Putting the work of gifted young, emerging artists on full display, Albuquerque’s own Wright’s Indian Art will host the Hangin’ with the Masters 2nd Annual Artist Showcase this upcoming weekend.

Founded 112 years ago, Wright’s Indian Art prides itself on its relationships with…