The Tularosa Basin Gallery is the Largest All Photography, All New Mexico Gallery in the State. Don't Miss It!

11x14" archival matted prints in 16x20" black metal frames 8x10" archival prints with white 11x14 white mats

11x14" archival matted prints in 16x20" black metal frames
8x10" archival prints with white 11x14 white mats

“Best of the Best”
Tularosa Basin Photography Gallery
2016 HOLIDAY GIFT SHOW

Best of the Best will feature approximately 70 framed photographs and between 125 & 150 small, reasonably priced sleeved photographs selected from our exclusive Shutter Club members. These all New Mexico images never previously displayed in the gallery, offer a unique selection of personalized holiday gifts for your family and friends. Don’t miss it!
The Shutter Club exhibition with continue through mid-January

Top to Bottom: Lynda Ratice / Doug Stanton

Top to Bottom: Lynda Ratice / Doug Stanton

New Mexico True Television to feature Carrizozo, airing on Sunday January 22nd, 2017. Once the show makes its debut on TV, you may stream the show on the New Mexico Tourism Departments YouTube Channel. 

Air Time and Channels
ABQ/Santa Fe/Northern markets:
8:30am on KOB/NBC – SUNDAYS
El Paso/Las Cruces markets: 
8:30am on KFOX – SATURDAYS
Lubbock/West Texas markets:
10:00am on My Lubbock TV – SUNDAYS

*We are also airing on KRWG in Las Cruces on Sun. night at 10:00pm, & the following Sat. at 12:30pm

Tularosas Basin Gallery of Photography to Host The 2016 New Mexico Magazine Photography Contest Winners Exhibition
The Public Opening of the Exhibition on Saturday, January 28th, from 10am-5pm & Sunday, January 29th, from 12pm-5pm. Mark your calendar! The Photo Contest Entry forms are available online at New Mexico. com

GALLERY HISTORY

The Gallery first opened its doors to the public on Saturday, October 25th, 2014.  It currently displays the work of 30 photographers - all of them working in New Mexico. The two-story gallery building was constructed as a hardware store in 1917, only five years after New Mexico became a State.
It currently occupies 7,500 sq. ft. of exhibit space and will expand to 15,000 sq. ft. when it develops its lower level into another display area.

Bosque del Apache Reflections: A. Hallett. View 2015 Photo Contest Winners

Bosque del Apache Reflections: A. Hallett.
View 2015 Photo Contest Winners

Tularosa Basin Gallery of Photography
401 12th Street, Box 1131, Carrizozo NM 88301
Thurs., Fri., Sat., Mon. 10-5pm, Sunday 12-5pm
Telephone: 575.937.1489 / photozozopix@gmail.com

IMAGING NEW MEXICO
Every photograph by one of our exceptional photographers captures the uniqueness of New Mexico, the Land of Enchantment. It’s not just a document, but a personal statement, filtered through the creativity and vision of a talented photographer. These outstanding images each contain a subliminal message which resonates, triggering a cascade of memories. A glance at the wall, and what you experience is not a snapshot, but a gateway to your imagination. And it's all available to you the customer.  Imagine that!

MISSION STATEMENT
To promote the unique beauty of the State of New Mexico through photography – highlighting the State’s varied cultures, geography, wildlife, sun rises and sunsets that have drawn photographers and artists alike to the state. All the photography in the Tularosa Basin Gallery of Photography has been created in New Mexico and has, therefore, been determined by the State to be “NEW MEXICO TRUE”.

To provide an inviting space where photographers can present individual interpretations of this, their home state.  It is one of the largest photography galleries per square foot in the entire State.

To make images of New Mexico available in a variety of processes
(traditional black and white – digital prints – and alternative processes), all at reasonable prices and in a range of sizes.

To offer workshops for beginning photographers as well as for experienced and professional image makers and to provide field trips to explore the surrounding Tularosa Basin area in search of unique photography experiences.
 

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