Press: Spring Break for Grown-ups

March 2005
by Katharine Dyson
in Cooking Light Magazine

Santa Fe, New Mexico

Must-see sights: Artistic inspiration is everywhere in Santa Fe – in the sky, the mountains, and the cliffs where layers of lava have settled into wavy ribbons. You can see the results in the crafts of the Native American artisans who display their creations, from silver and turquoise jewelry, to pottery and leatherwork, along the sidewalks of the Plaza, in the heart of the city. Nearby, browse shops like Keshi (505-989-8728,, with its collection of Zuni fetishes. Learn about the intricate animal carvings that the Zuni people have used for more than 1,000 years to remind them of their connection with these animals. Take time to visit the works of renowned artist Georgia O’Keefe at the museum that bears her name (505-995-0785,, as well as the Museum of International Folk Art (505-476-1200,, one of the country’s largest collections of folk art.