June 9 & 10 — Santa Fe Plaza

Next weekend, Ralph Sena and Nancy will be showing at Challenge New Mexico. We look forward to welcoming you to our first show of the summer, and have so many exciting new items to share with you.

Winding down the downtown trunk show

We’re showing for six more days in our downtown location, then packing it up for the rest of our fall shows. The Salon at Windsor Betts Art Brokerage has been our home for the month of August and we thank all our new friends who have visited and found one-of-a-kind gifts to take home from…

Public Reception Friday Night

Come visit Santa Fe Sisters Trunk Show on Friday, August 11 from 5pm-7pm. Enjoy light refreshments, meet the artists and view the jewelry and artwork of Nancy Allen, Ralph Sena, Kaye Cooper-Mead, Candace Kenyon and Alene Davis. 143 Lincoln Avenue, the corner of Lincoln and Marcy, The Salon at Windsor Betts Art Brokerage  505.470.7344

Stylish, Traditional, Surreal, Transformative

Come visit our trunk show featuring unique custom jewelry designed by Nancy Allen, Marellie Robinson and award-winning Spanish market artist Ralph Sena, surreal photography by Kaye Cooper-Mead, fiber art by Candace Kenyon and oil paintings by Alene Davis. Meet the artists and hear Ralph share tales from his childhood in New Mexico. Nancy and Marellie…

Shell game

Striking black and white design on a lovely wire post accented with Fox turquoise.

Whoa cowgirl

Prepare to stop folks in their tracks when you wrap this rustic strand of turquoise nuggets around your neck.

New bracelet

Nancy will be wearing this gold-filled and sterling number. So, you’ll just have to buy it off of her wrist (it’s happened before). Have you found us on Instagram or Facebook?

Carnelian and apatite

This faceted marquis carnelian and apatite necklace falls gracefully from a gold-filled chain. We’ve kept it long, and can shorten it as you desire. Scrumptious.

Sterling bracelet

So comfortable and stylish. These 10 mm sterling beads are accompanied by sterling rondelles and fancy copper beads. The sterling sunflower adds a nod to our Kansas connection and recent visit to Italy.