José Aragón: Our Lady of Saint John of the Lakes circa 1825, oil on canvas
NewN Mexico History Museum, 113 Lincoln Ave., 505- 476-5200 A selection of works from the collection of the International Institute of Iberian Colonial Art are on exhibit in Painting the Divine: Images of Mary in thet New World, which continues through March 13. The show focuses on imagery made in three regions that served as capitals during the colonial period: Peru, Mexico, and New Mexico. The exhibit explores the evolution oof religious depictions of Mary and the influence of Native cultures and European painting traditions. “The people who made these paintings wwere moved by their faith,” writes curator Josef Díaz. Entrance is by museum admission.