"Walking Women", 1972

"Walking Women", 1972

By R.C. Gorman, Original Lithograph

Homage to Spider-Woman and Navajo Women

Homage to Spider-Woman and Navajo Women

Newest Sculpture By Michael Gorman - Pre-Order Now!

"Hozho"

"Hozho"

by Michael Gorman Raku Fired Ceramic

"First Success"

"First Success"

by Michael Gorman Raku Fired Ceramic

"Copper World"

"Copper World"

by Michael Gorman Raku Fired Ceramic

"Mother"

"Mother"

by Michael Gorman - Raku Fired Ceramic Sculpture

"Ama Sani"

"Ama Sani"

by Michael Gorman - Raku Fired Ceramic Sculpture

"D'ent Nez"

"D'ent Nez"

by Michael Gorman Raku Fired Ceramic Sculpture

Homage to Spider-Woman and Navajo Weavers

Homage to Spider-Woman and Navajo Weavers

Newest Sculpture By Michael Gorman - Pre-Order Now!

"Copper Dash"

"Copper Dash"

by Michael Gorman Raku Fired Ceramic Sculpture

"Hero Twins"

"Hero Twins"

by Michael Gorman Mixed Media Diptych Ceramic & Sterling Silver Sculpture

"Pangea"

"Pangea"

by Michael Gorman Raku Fired Ceramic

"Cheii"

"Cheii"

by Michael Gorman Raku Fired Ceramic Sculpture

"Woman With Poppies"

"Woman With Poppies"

by R.C. Gorman 1991 Original Lithograph Produced with Houston Fine Arts Press

"Dusk"

"Dusk"

by R.C. Gorman 1990 Original Serigraph

"Maize Azul"

"Maize Azul"

by R.C. Gorman 1995 Original Lithograph Produced with Houston Fine Arts Press

"Taos Storytellers"

"Taos Storytellers"

by R.C. Gorman 1993 Original Lithograph Produced with Houston Fine Arts Press

"Stella de Oro"

"Stella de Oro"

by R.C. Gorman 1995 Original Lithograph Produced with Houston Fine Arts Press

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Gallery News

The Michael Gorman Gallery is the only gallery where you will find the unique and beautiful works of 3 generations of Gorman under one roof.

 

​When Michael's Uncle R.C. opened his gallery on Ledoux Street in 1968, it was the first ever Native-American owned fine art gallery.  While many galleries across the country still bear R.C.'s name, they are not owned by the Gorman family. When the Michael Gorman Gallery opened in 2018, it quickly gained attention as the only place to find authentic, original works from all members of the Gorman family.

 

In addition to hosting the artworks by Michael Gorman and the Gorman family, Michael works closely with other local and visiting artists to offer a rotating selection of works.

 

The Gallery is located on the east side of the historic Taos Plaza, and is easy walking from restaurants & hotels, in the heart of Taos. There are two Free City Parking lots  near the gallery, and On-Street Metered Parking (enforced Mon-Sat, 10-5).

Now Through August 5th save on select R.C. Gorman artworks with discounts PLUS free insured-shipping in the lower-48!

To close-out R.C. Gorman Month and Celebrate R.C.'s Birthday I'll pick up the shipping on select R.C. Gorman Artworks! We've been celebrating my uncle with photos and posts about his life and art all month. His birthday was on Tuesday and to finish this celebration , I'm offering some great deals!!

Pro-tip: If you're on my mailing list, check your email for a promo-code for an ADDITIONAL discount!!

Who is Michael Gorman?

 

Michael Gorman is the latest generation of the famous Gorman family to continue a six-generation tradition of beautiful and award winning art in a unique and breath-taking style that is best described as distinctly ''Gorman''!

Generations of Artists

 

From his great-great-grandfather, Béésh łigaii ‘ííłíní ‘ałts’óózigi, who was “at one time considered one of the best, if not the best silversmith [among the Navajo].” to his grandfather, Carl N. Gorman - Kin-Yionny Beyeh, who was one of the First Twenty-Nine Navajo Code Talkers of World War II and a well established artist in his own right to R.C. Gorman - 'The Picasso of American Indian Art', his uncle who opened the very first Native American owned fine-art gallery in 1968, the Gorman family has a long and proud tradition.