Current Artists

Artists who are participating are listed below. Artists will be added as they register for the tour.

 this page is being updated; watch for changes



By Location

#1  Lama #1

Monique Belitz - Paintings and mixed media pieces

Trilogy (Three Artists: jewelry, cutting boards, beaded sun-catchers)

#2 Cosas Hermosas

Evelyn Coggings - Refurbished Furniture


#3 ArtQuesta

Roger Harrington - Paintings & Jewelry

Sandra Harrington - Pottery

Betty Richter-Painting

Torre Strong - Leather Work


#4 Julienne Hadfield Studio 



#5 Questa Stained Glass Studio

Car Quest Building


#6 Rael's Market

Cynthia RaelVigil- Quilting/Crafts

Elizabeth Huddle - Embroidered Quilting

Clarence La Come - Folk Carving

Ruth Archuleta - Quilting

Marcos Herrera- Carving

Michael Rael- Carving

Delores Tafoya - Carved Paintings

Armando Vigil - Woodworker

#7 Center Hub - Get Maps and Information on each stop


#8 OCHO Art Space

Barrie Andrews - Printmaking/Fused Glass

Min Jay - Painting


#9 Jay’s Unique Thrift Store

Mat Hipster-WoodWorking

William Scott - Cigar Box Guitars


#10 St Anthony's Church


#11 Andy Jaramillo Studio

Burl Bowls and Modern Artifacts


#12 Mike and Peggy's

Peggy Trigg - Landscapes & Abstract Paintings

Diane DeFremery-Mixed Media


#13 Questa Youth Center

Robin Cunningham-Candles

Mary Miller - Paintings

Questa Quilters Guild

Beverly Pollack-Silver - Textiles

Boneta Currey-Brown - Painting-

Judy Burch - Painting


#14 Oasis of Lorian

Betsy Irwin - Painted Gourds

Audrey Kunkel- Jewelry

Maria Mikhailas-Painting

Cami Thompson-Painting


#15 Ute Air

Lynnette Haozous- Muralist

Jill Kamas- Ink on Canvas

Madeline Miller- Drawing

Kathy Morsell-Pottery

Betsy Peirce - Printmaking

Mose Rainault - Furniture

Claire Cote- Mixed Media

Questa Studio Arts Tour is a project of the Questa Creative Council.

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Thank You to Our Sponsors:

“This project is supported in part by New Mexico Arts, a division of the Department of Cultural Affairs, and by the National Endowment for the Arts.”