TONY ABEYTA, “Valley Of The Bluebirds”  2020
Archival Giclee’ Print – Limited To An Edition Of 50
22″ x  33″

The release of “Valley Of The Bluebirds” is timely, as we enter into this new season of spring. This landscape represents a rural valley, with the Sangre de Cristo mountains, gentle springs rains and a riverside Orchard of blossoms and tranquil farmlands.

An image of sanctuary within a quintessential northern New Mexico mountain village with four blue piñon jays flying overhead. The colors are deep and saturated with great details and the larger scale has made this print a dominating image that can command any wall. this print follows up “Stormy Rivers Bend” which is now sold out. This is one of two limited edition prints that Tony has done to date.

Representing a time of rebirth and renewal, this print is a limited edition Giclee’ in a small edition of 50 prints and 5 artist proofs. The image size is 22″x33″ and is printed on heavy archival 100% cotton rag paper with wide margins. each print is hand signed and numbered by Tony and priced at $850.00 USD.

PayPal link: item will be shipped within 7 days in a heavy tube via UPS or Fedex ground with an additional $30.00 shipping charge or available for local pick up in Santa Fe, NM.


TONY ABEYTA, ” Stormy River Bend”  2018
Archival Giclee’ Print – Limited To An Edition Of 50
16″ x  32″

Prints of Tonys paintings haven’t been made in well over a decade. This Christmas Tony is releasing a print from an original painting in the permanent collection of La Fonda hotel in Santa Fe, NM.

This opportunity to own “La Fonda”, or any other print may not ever be possible again. Tony has done fewer than 6  prints in over two decades, working predominantly in oils and strictly to an original format.

This edition is not an open edition, printed under Tonys close supervision by a friend and will not be reprinted in any other form. 



Tony Abeyta is a Navajo contemporary artist working in mixed media paintings. A graduate of New York University with an honorary doctorate from the Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe, Tony was the 2012 recipient of the New Mexico Governor’s Excellence in the Arts award, and recognized as a Native treasure by the Museum of Indian Arts & Culture.

Tony currently works in both Santa Fe, NM and Berkeley, CA. Tony's work is included in the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian, Boston Fine Arts Museum, the Heard Museum in Phoenix, AZ, New Mexico Fine Arts Museum, Denver art museum,Crocker museum in Sacramento the Autry Museum in Los Angeles, CA, and the Eiteljorg Museum in Indianapolis, as well as in many other public & private collections.

Santa Fe, NM | Berkeley, CA