Waterfall Hunter

Doug Scott may be best known for his sculptures, but art hasn’t been his only quest. He’s spent the past 30 years seeking—and finding—New Mexico’s hidden waterfalls.
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From the July 2015 issue...

What's Happening

What's Happening | July 2015

Events around the state this month, including rodeos in Ruidoso, Fourth of July celebrations, and music festivals galore. (more)

Features

Digging in to Taos

Sure, Taos is all about timeless appeal—but it’s also been busy refreshing its visitor-friendly amenities. Candace Walsh reveals her favorite new venues for shopping, dining, lodging, and more. (more)

July 2015 | Features

Objects of Affection

Two of the tastemakers behind the wildly popular International Folk Art Market reveal how they mix and match their eclectic collectibles at home. (more)

Features

Waterfall Hunter

Doug Scott may be best known for his sculptures, but art hasn’t been his only quest. He’s spent the past 30 years seeking—and finding—New Mexico’s hidden waterfalls. (more)

Road Trip | North-Central NM

Northern Exposure

Cruise into Taos via evergreen-shrouded roads linking high-altitude hamlets with distinct personalities, from the Old Santa Fe Trail heritage and artistic spirit of Cimarrón to the outdoorsy energy and infectious liveliness of Red River. (more)

Music | Opera

Mountain Time

A bestseller and box office blockbuster is recast as an opera, and makes its world premiere this season in Santa Fe. (more)

July 2015 | Books

Book Reviews

A Zuni thriller, Truchas poems, and a biography of the Santa Fe Opera’s founder. (more)

July 2015 | Only in NM

Only in NM

Anecdotes, observations, and personal mementos of this singular state. (more)

July 2015

Our Back Pages

A look inside the archives at one of our classic issues from nine decades of New Mexico Magazine. (more)