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Stops Along The Turquoise Trail

Old Schoolhouse Gallery

Old Schoolhouse Gallery 12504 N. Hwy14
Sandia Park, NM 87047
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(505) 281-1250

Located on the scenic Turquoise Trail in a historic restored stone building, The Old Schoolhouse Gallery is a must-see gallery. Tapping into local talent, the gallery hosts a wide variety of artwork in all prices ranges. Whether on the way to Madrid and Santa Fe or a destination in itself, the gallery is a regular stop for many gallery aficionados. The gallery features work by Neecy Twinem, Hugh Pierson, and Sharon Marks and other local artists. Many of the artists represented by The Old Schoolhouse Gallery are recognized award-winners within their mediums.

In 2009, owners Sharon Marks and David Engelman were presented with an Award of Recognition by the East Mountain Historical Society for their efforts in the restoration of this historically significant building in the Village of San Antonito. This gorgeous building is the perfect setting for a diverse and lovely selection of fine artwork. The Old Schoolhouse Gallery is also available after-hours for private parties, meetings and weddings.

Call the gallery at 505-281-1250 for details, visit our website at www.theoldschoolhousegallery.com or email Sharon at sharon@theoldschoolhousegallery.com.


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On June 15, 2000 the Turquoise Trail received designation as a National Scenic Byway from the The National Scenic Byways Program after completing a comprehensive corridor management plan.

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