The Friends of Coronado Historic Site is hosting an “Art, Made in New Mexico,” auction with a wide range of items from all cultures, both old and new. There willspak2web be handmade work from Pueblo, Hispanic, Navajo and Anglo artists available at affordable prices.

“Wow! This is a great opportunity to collect, original, handmade New Mexican artwork; paintings, pottery, sculptures, textiles, and more,” said Brian Gilmore, President of  The Friends of Coronado Historic Site.

The variety of art offered at wholesale prices in this auction is amazing! We are carefully selecting only the best items at the best prices for you. We plan to offer over 250 lots for bidding on Saturday, March 24, 2018, at the Prairie ePedro Baca, Hand Carved BencheecWStar Golf Course in Bernalillo, New Mexico. Preview for the auction begins at 9 AM with bidding at 1 PM. Arrive early to reserve your seat, obtain a free bidding number, and to enjoy a delicious lunch. Credit card, cash and check payments for purchases will be accepted.

The Friends of Coronado Historic Site is accepting consignments from artists, owners, and merchants at wholesale prices from March 11 – 22 at the Coronado Historic Site, on highway 550 next to the Coronado campground.

Call 505-867-5351 and email to if you have questions.

To see some of the auction consignments click here.