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Gallery Zipp is indeed a cool place, and one of my favorite local
galleries, I didn't include it on my previous list because it is in
Glorieta, about a 1/2 hour drive out of Santa Fe, and then up a dirt
road - it can be a little hard to find as there are no signs.  There is
nothing else out there to see, so it does take a big chunk of time if
you are just here for the weekend and want to squeeze in as much as you
can. It is usually open weekends or by appointment - the gallery is an
old building on the same land the artist/owners live on.

The current show is "Animal, Vegetable, Mystical", a multi-media
invitational (Jill's friend Patricia Chapman is in it too).  Their
phone # is 505-757-6428.  The show opens this weekend and runs through
August 30.  Definitely a cool place, great setting in open fields
backing up against national forest land but it tends to be a good half
day you can count on just doing that.  They often have book art shows
but I don't know about this show, it is mixed, you could call to find
out though.

Santa Fe

My dear friend Patricia Chapman lives in Santa Fe and shows her
at a gallery called Gallery Zipp which carries artist's books and
items.  You can get details by going to her website,
and clicking on Exhibitions and News.
Jill Littlewood

In a couple of weeks I will be visiting Santa Fe for a long weekend. I would appreciate any suggestions for points of interest, including all things book related, especially Artists Books, and paper related, including shopping opportunities! Many thanks, Lane


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