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History of Touching Stone
From the year 2000 to 2013, Touching Stone Gallery hosted 100 exhibitions of Japanese art in a 260-year-old adobe house on the historic Old Santa Fe Trail. A short walk from the Santa Fe Plaza and Canyon Road, the gallery offered a serene retreat from the bustling world. Sculptural white adobe walls and natural brick floors provided a spare and tranquil environment to enjoy quiet Japanese art. Regular exhibitions showcased extraordinary works by established masters and emerging artists from different pottery centers in Japan. Touching Stone Gallery was also the only gallery in Santa Fe committed to promote sumi-e as an expressive medium.
Starting from 2014, the gallery has been focusing on outstanding works by selected artists online. Visit the 'Current show' to see the latest exhibts, or enjoy the earlier shows in the 'Show archives'!
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