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Gail Russell Art & Apparel

Our style is very much a part of our locale: Taos, New Mexico. We focus on selling Gail Russell’s photo prints, photo note cards, Gazelle Shawls, Kangaroo Scarves, and SallyGators. The thing that is extraordinary about Gail Russell Art & Apparel is the entire dynamic and value system of her company. Every aspect of her company centralizes connection, community and high quality everything.

Our Products

Gazelle Shawl - Cloud Wings Blue - by Gail Russell Art & Apparel, Taos, New Mexico

Gazelle Shawls

The New Gazelle Shawl Line is soft, unique, elegant and absolutely luxurious.  Each Gazelle Shawl is an Original Gail Russell Photographic Art Piece, printed on high quality fabric.

Cloud Wings Blue

A semi-sheer modal fabric with a fine drape and luxurious feel, Cloud Wings looks fun and stylish with your everyday wear. Dress it up or down. You’ve never had such a versatile high quality companion to brighten up your closet. The sky blue and wispy clouds of this Gail Russell photograph reminds us to open up and expand like the sky. It’s subtle yet complimentary which makes it a non intrusive accessory.

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Magenta Edge

A premium blend of fine Cashmere and Silk shown here at the Fechin House, Taos, New Mexico.

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Gazelle Shawl - Silver Elephant Ear - by Gail Russell Art & Apparel, Taos, New Mexico

Silver Elephant Ear

Sporting your new Gail Russell photograph on Modal Shawl in the gorgeous green Silver Elephant Ear design, you are going in style today. Everyone is noticing your look, it’s new and fresh! You are transformed by the elegance of the fabric and the distinction of the pattern!

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Gazelle Shawl in Modal in Black Dahlia Design, a photograph by Gail Russell Photographer, Taos, New Mexico

Black Dahlia

This Gail Russell Photograph, Black Dahlia printed on Modal shawl is a chic wearable art piece. You will love using this shawl to dress-up your everyday outfit or to complement your classy “going out” look whether to the opera or out dancing. The Gail Russell Photograph, Black Dahlia, on Modal shawl is a modern and sexy way to accent your style.

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About Us

About Us - Farmhouse Cafe Farm-to-School organic school lunch and garden progam Program contributor-Gail Russell Art & Apparel

Gail Russell, Photo Artist & Micah Roseberry,
Owner of the Farmhouse Cafe

Gail Russell is a proud sponsor for The Farm to School lunch Program developed by Micah for the Taos schools. Farmhouse sponsors school garden projects that help children learn to grow vegetables and make healthy relationships with the earth and their food choices. When children participate in planting harvesting and cooking food, they build a life long relationship with health. We collaborate with students to integrate garden foods into our recipes and prepare them with the students. For example, this month, we will make kale chips in a solar oven. We also offer nutrition, cooking, gardening, and food preservation classes for parents and families.

Thank you for supporting the butterflies, bees, and our children’s future!
Find out more here.

A Unique Line of Clothing Accesories

Our style is very much a part of our locale: Taos, New Mexico. We focus on selling Gail Russell’s photo prints, photo note cards, Gazelle Shawls, Kangaroo Scarves, and SallyGators. The thing that is extraordinary about Gail Russell Art & Apparel isn’t just the art and apparel, it’s the entire dynamic and value system of her company. Every aspect of her company centralizes connection, community and high quality everything.

Russell has assembled a stellar all-star team of individuals to help create and guide her business; she has one of the top sewing contractors in the USA- Authentic Concepts, who sews for companies like North Face and Wrangler. She uses carefully selected quality materials, and gives a portion of her profits to nonprofits that benefit Native elders, children, and local community.

Working with Gail Russell Art & Apparel is about more than taking home a unique art piece- the truth is that It isn’t really about the sale- its about the connection- it’s about everything money can’t buy and that’s what gives it value.

 

A portion of our earnings go to
Non Profits benefiting Native American Life and Culture

Adopt A Native Elder Program got its start in the 1980s during the turbulent years of the Hopi-Navajo land dispute, which ultimately resulted in 10,000 Navajos being relocated from their traditional homelands. During those times there were many Elders who faced severe hardships and deprivations. When Linda Myers became aware of this desperate situation it was food more than anything else that these people needed for their survival. Gail donates to their efforts and you can too HERE.

About Gail

Gail Russell is a photographic artist and designer living in Taos, New Mexico. She has a studio gallery where she exhibits and sells her photographic work along with her popular line of The Kangaroo Girls® pocket scarves and SallyGators® leg warmers. In 2008, she was named a Taos Living Master for her photography; in 2013 she was honored as one of the Remarkable Women of Taos.

Gail studied at Albright Knox School of Fine Art, Pratt Institute, and The School of Visual Arts. In 1968, she received her first camera and has never put it down. In 1978 Gail moved to the Taos area and has exhibited her work widely and continuously since then. Her artistic foundation was informed, deepened and sustained over decades by the relationships that she has maintained with Native elders and their extended families. In 1987, with Lakota Grandmother Nellie Red Owl, Gail founded the Adopt-a-Grandparent Program, which for fifteen years brought support to elders and their families on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota.

Gail Russell’s art embodies a positive, uplifting spirit. Her photographs reflect the beauty of nature, including spiritual awareness, Native American culture, holy shrines, spiritual architecture, botanicals, the human form, landscapes, cloudscapes, love, and sometimes Maya, her macaw.

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