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The current issue of TRADICION REVISTA magazine (Vol 2, no. 1, April 1997) contains articles that may be of interest to members of the list. For futher information, including about subscriptions or submitting articles, contact PaulLPD@aol.com.

Paul Rhetts, Managing Editor/Publisher Tradicion Revista


  • Santa Fe Cathedral Gets New Stations by Don Toomey
  • Spanish Colonial Painting: Holy Trinity with the Coronation of the Mary Mary -- Circle of Marcos de Rivera y Salazar by Barbara von Barghahn
  • Restoration Project/Saving History -- La Santisima Trindad Church, Arroyo Seco, NM by Glenda Carne
  • A Newly-Discovered New Mexico Treasure: Jose de Gracia Gonzales by Larry Torres
  • Los Ranchos de Albuquerque Plaza Archaeological Site by Kit Sargeant
  • Historic Hispanic NM Pottery: Some Revealing New Research by Charles M. Carrillo
  • Mesilla Park Mexican Tin Retablo Workshop Huge Success by Barbe Awalt
  • Tradicion Revista Trip To Phoenix Converging Cultures Exhibit by Barbe Awalt
  • Working with Tin by Don Toomey
  • Built from the Rock on which They Stood: Comparison of Traditional Santos & 17th Century Franciscan Missions in Central New Mexico by Sally Monahan
  • A Special San Isidro Feast Day Revisited by Barbe Awalt
  • Anamaria Samaniego: Artist & Master Print Maker by Don Toomey
  • The West: A PBS-TV Series: From Braises to Praises & Cigar Store Indians by Guy Bensusan and Robert Jackson
  • La Escuelita: A Contemporary Workshop, Part I by Don Toomey
  • Today's Artists: The Santero who would be a Pugilist; Architectural Design Consultant to Santera; The Journey Towards Being a Santero; and A Ranchos de Taos Woodcarver by Don Toomey
  • Artists At Monothon by Barbe Awalt
  • Forging a Traditional Craft by Don Toomey

  • Plus book profiles/reviews of Contemporary American Folk Art: A Collector's Guide, Drawing the Borderline: Artist-Explorers of the US-Mexico Boundary Survey, Converging Cultures: Art & Identity in Spanish America, Speaking for Themselves: NeoMexicano Cultural Identity and the Spanish-Language Press 1880-1920, and Hecho en Tejas: Texas-Mexican Folk Arts and Crafts as well as Museum and Gallery exhibit/show reviews.

    Tradicion Revista is a quarterly magazine that focuses on the Contemporary and Traditional Spanish Colonial Arts & Culture of the Southwest. Subscriptions are $30 per year.

    Submissions should be addressed to: Paul Rhetts, Publisher, Tradicion Revista, 2400 Rio Grande Blvd NW #1213, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 87104-3222

    (505) 344-9382 * Fax (505) 345-5129 * Email PaulLPD@aol.com
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