History of Parsons Gallery of the West
Parsons sells Taos Art in Taos. Parsons Gallery of the West presents an array of carefully selected art of both historic and contemporary views of the American West. We exhibit fine art for the seasoned connoisseur as well as more accessible artwork for the beginning collector, all personally chosen by gallery owner Robert Parsons. Housed in the historic Wengert compound on Kit Carson Road, the gallery is remembered with fondness as the home of the old Taos Bookstore. In the 1940’s and 50’s, the building housed one of Taos’ early art galleries, The Blue Door, that helped establish Taos as an art destination. In the 1920s and 1930s, the building was the home and studio of artist Victor Higgins where he produced some of his greatest works. This expansive gallery with its grand sala provides one of the finest art spaces in historic Taos.
Continuously exhibiting works by Taos' Living Legends
Parsons Gallery of the West Family
The team at Parsons West is more like family & we would like for people to get to know us. Our gallery operates seven days a week with a small staff that is more like family. When you walk in the doors of our building you will always be greeted with a warm smile.
We do a lot of our business over the phone, on the website or on social media. We want you to be able to put a familiar face with a name. When you do business with our gallery you are not just supporting our artist you are supporting our team and their families. We thank you. I like to say we are one big moving unit that supports all ends. Don't hesitate to contact us anytime! We look forward to working with you.