From raw wood into a fine musical instrument, Albuquerque luthier Anne Cole creates beautiful one-of-a-kind violins, violas and cellos.
“I love most about making instruments the actual process, the actual feeling of the wood under your hands.”
Photographer Michael Berman shows us what is beyond the science of ecology by capturing the open spaces of New Mexico’s wilderness.
“And I think art is really a way and aesthetics is a way… that I can look at the whole and admit I don’t understand.”
Set among 25 acres of lavender fields, lush gardens, and historic architecture, Los Poblanos’ field-to-fork restaurant, Campo, celebrates local food culture.
“Rio Grande Valley Cuisine tastes like New Mexico. It’s the sky, it’s the air, it’s everything that encompasses this state and that river.”