Visitors to the Community Convention Center can currently view a variety of artworks throughout the building.
Santa Clara sculptor Roxanne Swentzell's 14-foot clay relief entitled “Family”
in the Center’s main lobby is a celebration of family and community.
Colette Hosmer’s “Santa Fe Current”
in the Center’s southeast plaza consists of twenty seven Rio Grande Cutthroat Trout carved in granite an arranged in a flowing arch.
“What Lies Beneath”
is a photographic quilt by Santa Fe-based photographer and public artist Joan Zalenski. The piece is located in the building’s main lobby above the fireplace.
“Old Time-Spring Time” is an Impressionist-style mural of the Santa Fe Plaza circa 1950 executed in Byzantine glass by Sam Leyba. The piece is located on the Center's 2nd floor rooftop terrace.
Custom-crafted fine furnishings
by five local woodworkers are located in public areas all through the building. The range of woodworking styles represented honors Santa Fe’s long history of furniture making, while showcasing contemporary woodworking.
The Center also features a variety of two-dimensional and small-scale three-dimensional artworks
that reflect the diversity of the Santa Fe arts community. Two-dimensional artworks are located throughout the building while the small-scale three-dimensional works are located in the second floor Tesuque Room.