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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.
Founded in 1971, we are Sedona, Arizona’s destination art gallery for Native American and Southwest art. Featured are: paintings; sculpture in stone, bronze, steel and wood; Zapotec rugs; pottery; authentic Zuni fetishes and an extensive jewelry collection from top Native American jewelers.
A Sedona landmark since 1970’s, Tlaquepaque treats visitors to an excellent collection of over 40 galleries and shops bordered by four superb restaurants. Modeled after Guadalajara, Tlaquepaque offers outdoor dining as well as events, private parties and weddings. Open daily. Variety of shops & galleries.
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.
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!
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.
The beauty of nature in a fusion of Eastern & Western perennial spiritual tradition. Local artists.
Love Africa Décor & Gallery proudly presents a selection of Colorful, Contemporary, Conversational and Collectable home wares, décor and gallery pieces sourced from Africa. We support artists, craftsmen and small businesses and our products are natural materials, by-products or recycled materials.
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.
Sedona’s best kept secret! The Members Fine Art Gallery – where the locals go for art. Enjoy a new themed exhibit every month featuring the best representation of Sedona artists – emerging and professional – with a wide selection of fine art in all styles and mediums. Purchases are tax-free. Become a member and receive an additional 10% discount.
Over the years Bearcloud’s spiritual art has evolved as he follows the traditional Native American ways of his ancestors, the Ni-U-Kon-ska. His Gallery includes the finest quality jewelry, crafts and spiritual art from both local artists and Native Americans of varying tribes.
A feast for your senses surrounds you at Hillside Sedona! You’ll find some of the most prestigious art galleries in the Southwest, award-winning dining, quality high fashion clothing, unique specialty shops, wine tasting from around the world, and distinguishing home decor.
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.
John M. Soderberg, Ph.D., grew up in Asia and circled the world 8 times before graduating high school in Bangkok. He was exposed to the world’s great art from the time he could walk and has produced art from age 4. He has sculpted professionally in bronze, from miniature to monumental, for 40 years.