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Santa Fe

New Mexico is known for its extraordinary scenic beauty and rich cultural history. Our journey starts in Santa Fe, arguably the art lover’s capital of North America, with over 200 galleries and museums. Sante Fe is the land of enchantment, casting a spell over visitors who return over and over, flocking to this southern art Mecca.

5 Days: April 25 - 29 2023


O'Keeffe Country

The home of Georgia O’Keefe, the legendary artist whose work was immensely influenced by this desert environment. Follow in her footsteps and experience a deep connection with the land she loved.

Art Galleries

The land of art - there are galleries galore along canyon road and around the railyard area. We’ll visit traditional galleries, enjoy private showings and VIP studio tours.


Marvel in the beauty of the Sante Fe opera, where art meets architecture. A delight of the senses, appreciate live music in a unique, open-air setting.

Adobe Town

Visit the historic town, experiencing unique architecture, historical landmarks and traditional local art markets.


We stay in style, enjoying first class comforts in each of our featured locations in Santa Fe.

Cooking Workshop

Learn to cook recipes inspired by O’Keeffe, from her personal cook and confidante, Margaret Wood.

And of course, our signature dose of art museums, gourmet cuisine, healing therapies and much more...


Mother of American modernism

Jimson Weed, 1936
My Front Yard, Summer, 1941
Blue and Green Music, 1921

Georgia O’Keeffe is one of the most original and influential female artists in modern times. Widely considered to be ‘The Mother of Modern Painting’, she is most known for her vivid images of New Mexico. She countered natural imagery of flora and fauna with striking depictions of animal skulls and bones. Today, she is recognized as a pioneer of 20th century art and a feminist icon. The Georgia O'Keeffe Museum in Santa Fe is the perfect place to experience her revolutionary art.

Georgia O'Keeffe

on Cerro Pedernal, New Mexico

O’Keeffe lived on in the hills of Santa Fe. Her passion for the region and the inspiration she drew from the landscapes here are evident in much of her work. There is much to discover, and nowhere is this more true than the area around O’Keeffe’s home studio in Abiquiu. Following the trail from her former home, through the desert landscapes to the Ghost Ranch is a once in a lifetime opportunity to live and breathe O’Keeffe’s work.


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