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Climate-Controlled, Safe Art Shipping with Stops in Albuquerque, Santa Fe, Taos, Denver, Durango, Aspen and Telluride

Our Albuquerque office’s convenient shuttle service runs along the I-25 corridor, with stops at multiple key fine art destinations. Many other fine art shipping companies work remotely, but our 28,000-square-foot, climate-controlled fine art storage facility and office in Albuquerque have operated in the area for more than 30 years. Whether you need to transport your art from one museum to another or ship your art to and from a destination for a limited-time exposition, fair or gallery, our shuttle service and facility are here to help with all of your art transportation services.

Our Albuquerque office’s convenient shuttle service runs along the I-25 corridor, with stops at multiple key fine art destinations. Many other fine art shipping companies work remotely, but our 28,000-square-foot, climate-controlled fine art storage facility and office in Albuquerque have operated in the area for more than 30 years. Whether you need to transport your art from one museum to another or ship your art to and from a destination for a limited-time exposition, fair or gallery, our shuttle service and facility are here to help with all of your art transportation services.

Our shuttle meets museum quality standards, can be remotely locked down or disabled and contains a GPS and alarm system. All of our drivers are also professionally-trained art handlers who are qualified to take care of art installation and sculpture placement. Delivery is guaranteed within 10 business days. We pride ourselves in safely and quickly shipping art to its final destination.

New Mexico Art Transportation, Galleries and Events

Albuquerque’s art scene may not be as well-known as its nearby cousin Santa Fe, but the trendsetting city exudes artistic energy with its growing Public Art Collection and has been featured by AmericanStyle Magazine as one of the Top 25 Art Destinations in the country. Its variety of independent galleries and museums is also growing rapidly and gaining prestige. Among its popular galleries are 516 Arts and SCA Contemporary Art. Albuquerque is also home to the University of New Mexico, which boasts its own art museum, as well as the famous Harwood Art Center and Albuquerque Museum of Art and History. Albuquerque is also home to the famous International Balloon Fiesta, which attracts hundreds of hot air balloons each year and inspires an incredible variety of imaginative artwork that can be viewed at galleries in the area.

Santa Fe is known all around the country and even the world for its thriving art scene, which is growing and evolving rapidly. Santa Fe has long been famous for its traditional Southwestern, folksy, Mexican and Native American artistic styles, but is also emerging as a home for more avant-garde exhibits like Meow Wolf’s The House of Eternal Return. From Canyon Road to downtown to the Railroad Arts District, Santa Fe boasts more than 250 art galleries, including Hunter Kirkland Contemporary, Ventana Fine Art and Andrew Smith Gallery. The city is also home to famous art fairs and festivals such as International Folk Art Market and Art Santa Fe in July as well as Objects of Art at the Railyard in August.

Taos’ magnificent mountains and picturesque pueblos have long inspired artists who work with all kinds of different mediums. Art that is typical of the area features Southwestern landscapes and rich, warm colors. The area is known for the Taos Fall Arts Festival in late September and is home to many galleries such as Dreamlivers, Earth and Spirit, Mission Gallery and Parsons Gallery of the West.

Colorado Art Transportation, Galleries and Events

The diverse, exploding city of Denver has seven different art districts, with public art displays and street art decorating the city. Popular art destinations include the Denver Art Museum, Rule Gallery, Walker Fine Art and Museum of Contemporary Art Denver. The annual Denver Arts Week, held every November, spans over a hundred art galleries and museums around the city.

Durango is home not only to outdoor activities but also a growing fine art scene. The Durango Autumn Arts Festival is held every September, and its sponsor, the Durango Arts Center, serves as a primary community art hub. Popular local galleries include Sorrel Sky and Scenic Aperture.

Breathtaking, mountain-backdropped Aspen, in line with the city’s vision of renewing mind, body and spirit, has become a world-famous fine art center. The renowned Aspen Art Museum, unlike most, rotates its art displays regularly, which means lots of art transportation to and from the area. The city also features dozens of privately-owned galleries including Iris Gallery, Aspen Art Gallery, Baldwin Gallery and Vickers Collection. Art Aspen, one of the most popular art fairs in the country, features work from galleries coast-to-coast as well as locally-based Opera Gallery, Casterline|Goodman Gallery, and galleries from nearby destinations like Denver and Santa Fe. The city of Telluride, like Aspen, may be known as a ski town, but it has also gained a reputation as a cutting-edge arts community. The Telluride Arts District features a dizzying array of galleries including the Telluride Gallery of Fine Art, Slate Gray Gallery and Gallery 81435. Telluride Art + Architecture takes place in the summer and showcases the work of local and national artists. Wherever you are shipping your artwork, our Albuquerque office, southwest shuttle and expert art handlers will make sure your treasures arrive quickly and safely.

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“LOVE, LOVE, LOVE them. Their crates are beautiful, their customer service is the best, their drivers are all experienced art handlers (most of them hold degrees in art), and on more than one occasion I have sought estimates from them for complicated jobs and they cover all the bases to get the job done (one job involved using a crane to move a 2k lb. sculpture over a three story house). They really are pleasure to work with. They can do just about anything and have very competitive rates.” University in Norman, OK