Harlan Emil Gruber's Studio
Gruber, a recent transplant from New York City, will open up his studio to the public for a show that will include both current work and art created at the very beginning of his career. If you have a chance to motor up to Taos this weekend, stop by his studio for a peek at Gruber's output. From kinetic sculptures to planetary furniture to mangled bicycles, Gruber's work covers a broad creative range. All work will be for sale. Gruber will open his studio from Friday, July 25, through Monday, July 28, from noon to 8 p.m. For directions, call (505) 751-9338.