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Meet some of the Artists

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Tamara Kay

Tamara Kay Jeweler 


I am a metalsmith. I love to manipulate the precious materials I work with by dapping, hammering, heating, twisting, sculpting and etching to create textures and images that , to me, are like the      landscapes that surround me.

I love to select unusual and collectable rare gemstones to embellish these "landscapes in metal" and bring the observer in for a closer look, much like a flower, a rock, a drop of water , or some Suessian plant can be a miracle when happened upon and truly observed . As a woman, I understand how this translates to the embellishment of the female figure. I understand the beauty that is drawn out from within when one wears something that is treasured and has a sacred connection with the wearer. I try to imbue this spirit into each and every piece that I create.





 

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Woody Galloway
Woody Galloway Images

 



"Sometimes to sit and be seen by the tree
and touched by the leaves
is to find the image worth sharing" ... Woody Galloway


There are images that reflect hope, and sometimesI will drive hours to go visit them.  Like the Rio Grande near Pilar, New Mexico.  The canyon walls hold the flowing green water and the red willows sway, and I sit awhile.  I have taken hundreds of photographs of these silent teachers, and once in a while an image speaks, “go share me.”


 

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Audrey Martinez

Audrey C. Martinez, Sculpture, Dollmaker 


 “The Duende is my muse the inspiration within my soul, heartening me to creativity. The Nuestra Tierra (Sacred Clay) is my foundation.”

My dollmaking and sculptures are a contemporary folk-art expression, it is storytelling in 3D. My storytelling embodies the magical traditions, cultural heritage and history of my family within Northern New Mexico. La Tierra de Mi Sangre (The Land of my Ancestors) is a little pueblito called Cañones. Heading west just past the Abiquiu lake. Being a part of the “Lavender in the Valley Festival” at the Purple Adobe Lavender Farm as an artist brings me great joy! I am coming home in my heart to La Tierra de Mi Sangre, the stronghold in my heart. Thank you, Nana y Poppi…




 



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Cut Your Own Lavender Bundle
in the U-Pick Field

Pick your own lavender bundle at the
Lavender in the Valley Festival
 

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Serving in the
        Tea House

 
Enjoy 100% gluten free: made on the farm scones,cakes, and don't forget out yummy Lavender Gelato

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Craft Table

 Sit under the cottonwood trees and enjoy
makeing a craft with lavender
from the field.  

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Lavender Shoppe

Shop for natural
bath and bodyproducts
made here on the farm. 

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Please leave your animals at home.  It is hot, and animals  are not allowed on the farm.

Continuous complimentary tours of the lavender farm throughout the day... 


Don't miss the Lavender in the Valley Festival July 13 & 14 2019 from 10 am to 5 pm.  The beautiful Purple Adobe Lavender Farm in Abiquiu will host its lavender festival at the farm. There is a $5.00 admission fee to enter the farm. Purple Adobe Lavender Farm will have many things to pique your interest, including Shiners Club Dixieland Jazz Band and Chef Carmen brings cajun cuisine lunch unter the big tent.  Come and enjoy the lavender gift shop, fabulous local artists including photographer Woody Galloway, Jeweler Tamara Kay, Dollmaker Andrea Martines, and Potter Kanchana Phumipol. Come an observe as the artists show their process in their artistry.
 

Enjoy continious complimentary tours through the lavender fields.  Learn about lavender and the story of the farm. Visit the tea house for yummy lavender desserts and berverages. Serving 100% gluten free scones and desserts, along with lavender teas,  lavender gelatos all made fresh at the farm.  Take a walk through the labyrinth,  or just sit under the giant cottonwood trees.  Any way you look at it there is plenty to do here at the lavender farm. Find us between mile marker 210 & 211, just look for the purple flags.  See  you at the farm.... where the  healing begins.