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A lush gallery setting showcasing internationally recognized local and regional artists from many traditions including Native American. Discover eclectic and contemporary art in all media: paintings, sculpture, furniture, kaleidoscopes, folk art. Changing Exhibitions. Sculpture Garden.
Art reflecting the beauty of nature in a fusion of Eastern and Western perennial spiritual tradition. Local artists.
Our home-based art studio and jewelry gallery offers an Exclusive Shopping Experience. Stays at our B&B include private showings of our designer quality Jewelry at wholesale prices. Crafted by expert artists with 30 years in the art and jewelry trade. Other visits by appointment only. On-line Store.
We are 40 local artists with unique, original art and one-of-a-kind gifts. Designer Fashions, Jewelry, Mosaics, Glass, Gourds, Batik, Wood, Ceramics, Sacred Art, Fine Art, Photography, and more… Come meet the artists daily 10am-6pm and on 1st Friday art walks 5pm-8pm.
With a cozy atmosphere and frequent artist’s demonstrations, Rowe Fine Art Gallery is a Tlaquepaque art destination. Award-winning sculptor Ken Rowe, who has been sculpting lifelike bronze wildlife imagery for 23 years, owns the gallery along with his wife, Monica. Rowe Fine Art emphasizes contemporary and traditional southwestern paintings and bronze sculptures.
Lanning Gallery, founded in 1986, is Sedona, Arizona’s major Classic and Contemporary Fine Art gallery. Featured are: original oils, acrylics, exceptional sculpture, handmade hand-painted furniture and distinctive jewelry, all by world-renowned and cutting-edge emerging artists. Excellent service!
Established in 1996, Exposures International Gallery of Fine Art, located at the heart of Sedona’s “Gallery Row” on State Route 179, is the largest and most unique art gallery in the Southwest. You are invited to explore an abundance of new creations by over 100 artists in 20,000-square-feet of breathtaking art display. Discover why Exposures International was named “Best Gallery in Sedona,” and “One of the 25 Best Galleries in America!”
“Zonies” are Arizonans. That’s just what you’ll find at Zonies Galleria…arts and crafts of Zonies and Southwest talents. Functional and decorative pottery, kaleidoscopes, home décor, and photography make for good browsing and great gift-giving. It’s an Uptown must-stop shop.
Creative Gateways is a combination of fine art gallery and working artist studios, enabling you to meet and speak with the artists while buying their creations. At this time, the gallery includes lushly textured acrylic paintings as well as stunning works of art in glass and ceramics.
James Ratliff Gallery specializes in one of a kind contemporary fine art; paintings, sculpture, ceramics and jewelry. We offer excellent personal service as well as extensive service via our website. James Ratliff Gallery is celebrating 50 years in the art business….30 years in Sedona.
Kuivato Glass Gallery is one of the most visually exciting galleries in the country. The exceptional collection includes art glass, jewelry, and light sculptures by owner, Deanne Sabeck. Kuivato offers both the seasoned and beginning collector the chance to find something spectacular.
The Sedona Arts Center showcases the largest selection of artwork with a new exhibit every month featuring the best representation of Sedona artists. If you are seeking a rare piece of fine art, a gift of exquisite jewelry, stunning photography, or are just looking for a lovely keepsake from your visit to Sedona, the Arts Center has it all and more. Sedona Arts Center is a 501(c)3 organization that offers all purchases without sales tax. Become a member and receive an additional 10% discount. 928-282-3865
One of the finest galleries in the Southwest, boasting the largest collection of glass art in Arizona. We offer to the serious collector and casual admirer a unique selection of oils, original lithographs, sculptures, ceramics, glass and photography by local, regional and international artists including masters from Picasso and Chagall to Ries and Perry.