Sedona, Arizona has become the vacation destination for people seeking amazing works of art. We have some of the finest artist and craftsmen that display their work in the many galleries of Sedona. You will find a variety of generes, all types of mediums and often the galleries in Sedona will have an event that gives you a chance to meet and talk to a featured artist in their gallery. The Sedona Gallery Association also offers the popular Sedona Event First Friday Evening in the Galleries the first Friday of every month. To view all of the current Northern Arizona art exhibitions click here.
Sedona Art Destinations
Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village
“The Art and Soul of Sedona”
336 Highway 179, Sedona, AZ 86336
When it comes to exploring the world of art in Sedona, the Talquepaque Arts & Crafts Village is the place to be. Originally conceived as an artist community, Tlaquepaque is a perfect setting to witness gifted artisans absorbed in their work.It’s not uncommon to venture upon a well-known sculptor working on his or her latest piece right in one of the Tlaquepaque galleries.
With over 40 specialty shops and exclusive art galleries, your journey into the arts of Sedona becomes a joyful revelation of fabulous art treasures and distinctive gifts around every corner.
Tlaquepaque is filled with spectacular one-of-a kind art expressions in every medium from Western and eclectic bronze sculpture, functional and traditional ceramics, blown glass creations, contemporary and Southwestern fine art paintings, weaving, decorative arts, architectural décor pieces and stunning large format photography. Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village has become the place that visitors return to again and again – to look and wander, to sample and buy, to eat, drink and refresh body and soul.
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Museum of Northern Arizona
Tony Foster–Sacred Places, Watercolour Diaries from the American Southwest
Through October 13, 2013
For more than twenty-five years, English artist Tony Foster has explored Earth’s wilderness regions with his watercolors. This body of 33 works, painted over a period of three years, explores sites in the American Southwest that have sacred associations for a broad range of cultures and faiths. Foster has painted in locations that were sacred to ancient peoples, and others that are sacred to contemporary Native Americans and a broad range of cultures, faiths, and belief systems.For more information please visit the Museum of Northern Arizona.
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Sedona Art Galleries
- Andrea Smith Gallery Spirituality infused art comprised of paintings, sculpture and jewelry from the four corners of the globe.
- Eclectic Image Gallery Offering the fine art of photography by Elaine and Duane Morgan.
- El Prado Gallery Locate in the Tlaquepaque Arts and Crafts Village representing a mix of artists and sculptors.
- Exposures Fine Art Gallery Featuring bronze, glass and stone sculpture, original oil, acrylic, watercolor and mixed media paintings.
- Gallery of Modern Masters Offers a full realm of artistic mediums from regional and internationally-acclaimed artist.
- Goldenstein Gallery Offers diversity of world-renowned local and regional artists in all media and styles.
- James Ratliff Gallery Offers original and unique fine art created by artists who have International reputations.
- Kinion Fine Art The Kinion’s present local, regional and national artists in featured exhibitions.
- kuivato Glass Gallery Representing the finest in hand blown art glass and jewelry.
- Lanning Gallery Classic and Contemporary fine art gallery. Located in the Hozho Center.
- Mountain Trails Gallery Located in Tlaquepaque Arts and Crafts Village representing many of the Southwest’s most coveted sculptors and painters.
- Renee Taylor Gallery Offers contemporary artists working in metal, canvas, and multimedia formats.
- Rowe Fine Art Gallery Offers traditional and contemporary paintings and bronze sculptures.
- Sedona Arts Center Offers the largest selection of local artists’ work in Sedona.
- Turquoise Tortoise Gallery Offers contemporary designs of Native American and Southwest artists, located in the Hozho Center.