Chiricahua Gallery

The Chiricahua Gallery is holding a raffle for a vintage quilt. Tickets can be purchased April 17 - Nov 20.


Opens March 1

Saturdays & Sundays 10:00 am - 4:00 pm

* Chiricahua Gallery Spring Show is scheduled for Saturday April 17, 2021 (10:00am-4:00pm New Mexico time) dependent on current Covid-19 restrictions and local conditions.


5 Pine Street and Highway 80

Rodeo, New Mexico

All visitors will be asked to wear a mask while in the Gallery and not allowed entry without a mask. Masks will be provided (while supplies last) as needed. To comply with the Governor of New Mexico’s order, masks are now required in New Mexico.

Use hand sanitizer upon entry and during your visit (provided by Gallery).

Practice social distancing by keeping at least 6 feet apart.

Limit of 9 people allowed at one time inside the Gallery (operating at 25% capacity).

Plexiglas barrier utilized at front desk.

Signature-free credit card purchases.

Public and shared areas are sanitized before, during and after each open/close. Since bleach and sanitizers will harm artwork, please note that artwork on display will not be sanitized.

PO Box 235

Rodeo, New Mexico 88056
(575) 557-2225

Come in and chat with our volunteer host of the day.

New to Area


Board of Directors

President - Joan McAvoy

Vice President - Julie Prior-Magee

Secretary - Joanne Snowdon

Treasurer - Deb Bernard

Business Manager - Loy Guzman

Gallery Coordinator - Alicia Christensen

Member-at-Large - Eva Escalante


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The Chiricahua Gallery is a non-profit, cooperative art gallery. Its mission includes enriching the cultural and educational opportunities for the residents of Rodeo, New Mexico; Portal, Arizona; and surrounding areas through concerts and cultural programs, scholarships for local high school seniors, and art workshops.

The Gallery, managed and operated by an all-volunteer staff, has strong community support with over 40 associate members and draws returning visitors from across the country and around the world.

The Gallery’s adobe building was built in 1910 and served as a saloon and brothel for many years and then as a general store. A church took over the building in the 1930s, and it served the religious needs of the community for over 40 years before declining attendance and much needed maintenance resulted in the church being taken over by the local historical society, which arranged for the transfer of ownership to the Chiricahua Gallery. The Gallery is now a designated New Mexico Historic and Cultural Site that celebrated its 30th Anniversary in 2016.



Chiricahua Gallery

P.O. Box 235

Rodeo, NM 88056



Associate Members will enjoy the following privileges:

• Private previews to all showings. First opportunity to buy the artists’ latest work.

• Opportunity for advanced ticket purchase to all Gallery sponsored events.

• Reduced fees for art workshops.

• Your name displayed on the Gallery Membership Roll Call .

Annual membership is only $25.00 per household.* Since the Gallery is a 501/C non-profit organization,this donation is TAX DEDUCTIBLE. Simply fill out and return the form below

with your check payable to the Chiricahua Gallery. Your membership will help the Gallerycontinue to be part of our community’s cultural foundation.

*Associate members who work at the Gallery each month are exempt from dues. If you are acurrent Associate Member, this is good opportunity to renew your membership.


Chiricahua Gallery/Guild Associate Membership Application




Mail this form and check to: Chiricahua Gallery, P.O. Box 235, Rodeo, NM 88056 or drop itoff at the Gallery.


Howard Topoff 2011