The Rockwell Museum announced the opening of the Southwest Lodge Gallery – a gallery space dedicated to the works of the Taos School of Artists, the Santa Fe School, and the native Pueblo artists of this dynamic region. The exhibit includes about 70 pieces of pottery and about 20 paintings and works on paper by legendary artists such as E.M. Hennings, Walter Ufer, E.I. Couse, W. Herbert Dunton, Joseph H. Sharp, Oscar Berninghaus, Gene Kloss, Gustave Baumann, and Ernest L. Blumenschein. The inspiration for this new gallery came from the generous loan of the Nancy and Alan Cameros Collection of Southwestern Pottery. The pottery exhibit, On Fire!, features work by the most talented American Indian artists of today and will be on view at The Rockwell through spring 2016. “The Southwest Lodge Gallery is just the first of several exciting projects we have planned as

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