Canyon Road in Santa Fe, New Mexico, was used during the Spanish period for carrying firewood on burros. In the early 1900s, it began to blossom into an art colony. Now there are over 100 galleries along its narrow, winding road. They feature western, Native American and contemporary art, sculptures and jewelry. The Meyer East Gallery displays works by Sergio Bustamante, an acclaimed Mexican artist. This resin crescent moon seen through a doorway is named, “Luna Flamenca.” The blue sky and cloud are real.