Description Taos Pueblo (or Pueblo de Taos) is an ancient pueblo belonging to a Northern Tiwa speaking Native American tribe of Pueblo people. It is approximately 1000 years old and lies about 1 mile north of the modern city of Taos, New Mexico, USA. The Red Willow Creek, or Rio Pueblo, is a small stream which flows through the middle of the pueblo from its source in the Sangre de Cristo Range. A reservation of 95,000 acres (384 km) is attached to the pueblo, and about 1,900 people live in this area . In the Northern Tiwa language, the name of Taos is Tua-tah, which means 'our village.' Taos Pueblo is a member of the Eight Northern Pueblos.
Barbara Anne Applegate, Grants Pass Member Since May 2009 Artist Statement Barbara Anne Applegate is a self taught artist, upon retiring in 2007 I paint using oil. In Barbara’s artwork, you will find her most comfortable painting animals, landscapes and seascapes with flair of the southwest where I grew up. Barbara was born in Texas, raised in New Mexico and she has lived in Oregon since 1981, now located in the rural and rugged scenic Rogue River valley, of Southern Oregon. So she paints with a well rounded experience of having lived in various parts of the country, it gives her a familiarity with nature of those areas. Barbara’s art is a reflection of who she is, and what makes her tick. Barbara's compositions use of light and color that have attracted private collectors. Although, a self taught artist, her approach to art is of places remembered from her youth.