Price Dewey Galleries

Price Dewey Galleries

On the second floor of the historic Catron Building in Santa Fe is the spacious and beautifully lit Price Dewey Galleries. When Victoria Price bought the Dewey Gallery in 2003 and rechristened it, she also expanded the original gallery’s emphasis on Native American textiles, pottery, jewelry and artifacts. Now on display as well are contemporary art and design like the totemic painted folk sculptures carved from fenceposts by the Navajo artist Charlie Willeto; tweaked traditional pottery (think purgatory depicted as a hot tub) by Marie Romero Cash; early New Mexican tin retablos; mid-century furniture from Scandinavia; and highly original found-metal pieces like the Carrier 3 bench by Tom Emerson.