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Sally Gators™ Leg Warmers

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SallyGators™ Leg Warmers

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KangarooGirls™ Black Canyon Southwestern Style Scarf in Fleece by Gail Russell Art & Apparel, Taos, New Mexico

Kangaroo Girls® Fleece Pocket Scarves

Buffalo Plaid or Southwest Fleece

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Sally Gators™ Leg Warmers

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Leg Warmers by SallyGators™

Many Colors and Fabrics!

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Kangaroo Girls®

Fleece Pocket Scarves

Southwest Pattern and Buffalo Plaid

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And They Become Friends by Gail Russell ©

And They Become Friends

Image of “Emma and Friends” circa 1890 with Ivory the goose

An Historical Photographic Novel

photograph by Gail Russell ©


Dancing To Remember by Gail Russell©

Dancing To Remember

Crow Agency, MT


A Dance winding among the Tipis, a Prayer for the Whole Community

photograph by Gail Russell ©


Second Mesa Dancer - Photograph by Gail Russell ©

Second Mesa Dance

Second Mesa, AZ


The Hopi Butterfly a symbol of Beauty & Transformation
 countered with a rock formation on Second Mesa blending past and present

Photographic Art by Gail Russell ©

photograph by Gail Russell

Gail Russell is a painter and printmaker, and she 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. She also studied independently with Photographic surrealist Jerry Uelsmann.In 1978 she moved to Taos. Her work has been published and exhibited widely and continuously since then. She was named a Taos Living Master for her photography and is one of the Remarkable Women of Taos. This section of work is called “The Life & Times of Emma Russell”
 A photographic historical novel inspired by the works of Edward S. Curtis. The premise being – what if I were a photographer in Taos in the late 1800’s? hence the sepia toned “old timey” images. Limited edition photographs on museum paper, her work can be seen at gailrussellphotoartist.com and at Gail Russell Studio/Gallery, North Star Plaza, Taos, New Mexico.


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photographs by Gail Russell

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Green Universe

photographs by Gail Russell

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Green Universe

photographs by Gail Russell

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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 photographs, photo note cards, Gazelle Shawls, Kangaroo Pocket Scarves, and SallyGators Leg Warmers. 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 focuses on connection, community
and quality products.


Our Products

Black Dahlia Modal super soft natural fiber Gazelle Shawl

Gazelle Shawls

I’ve always wanted to wear the beauty of a Gail Russell photograph. But how, exactly, does one wear a picture? I didn’t want to place my prints on a garment that was small, like a hat, or irregular in shape, like a shirt or pants, and so on. Shawls on the other hand? They were like a large canvas, perfect.
KangarooGirls™ Black Canyon Southwestern Style Scarf in Fleece by Gail Russell Art & Apparel, Taos, New Mexico

Kangaroo Pocket Scarves

My Southwestern style pocket scarves is where the Down Under meets the Southwest. Down Under because of the name, Kangaroo scarves. And Southwest because of their Yellowstone-inspired design, with a touch of the classic Pendleton blanket for extra comfort

SallyGators® Leg Warmers in Yellow Doeskin Patterned Cotton by Gail Russell Art & Apparel, Taos, New Mexico

SallyGators® Leggins’

If you go to any Native American pow wow, almost all of the women there will be wearing “leggins,” as they’re called traditionally, with their dresses. Like all gaiters, they’re more than a fashion accessory. They were designed for leg protection from Mother Nature, offering the perfect balance of
style and substance.