Sedona Art Galleries
An Expansive Canvas
Inspiration pours out of Sedona's sublime red rocks in bucketfuls, giving artists in every medium an expansive canvas from which to create and an endless amount of inspiration. Over 200 artists featured in 50+ distinguished Sedona art galleries exhibit one-of-a-kind works in every genre and medium possible, and some you might never have thought possible. You will be mesmerized strolling through gallery after gallery discovering stunning Southwestern, Contemporary, Modern, and Native American fine art. Art galleries, artist studios and workshops abound throughout Sedona's Gallery District showcasing an eclectic mix of authentic crafts, unusual sculpture, distinct hand-blown glass, incredible visual art and mixed media, one-of-a-kind home décor, furniture, jewelry, and so much more.
Named one of the Top 3 Small City Arts Destinations in the country (American Style Magazineís Top 25 Arts Destinations, June 2007) Sedonaís own Gallery Row rivals Santa Fe's Canyon Road and is earning a name and reputation for its intriguing artistic landscape. You'll find the perfect mix of emerging artists and nationally renowned masters in everything from quaint cottage style galleries to monumental giants where you can lose yourself in the art of Sedona.
Sedona also hosts a numbers of exciting arts festivals and events throughout the year such as the Sedona Arts Festival, Sedona Plein Air Festival and the Sedona Gallery Association's monthly 1st Friday Evening at the Galleries. Visit our Sedona Events Calendar to find out more about arts festival and events throughout the year.
There are a number of cornerstone galleries like the Sedona Arts Center that have stood here for decades, helping shape the art community into what it now is. The Sedona Arts Center is where it all began - in 1958 Nassan Gobran and a group of local visionaries recognized the need for an artistís "hub" where they could congregate. In 1958, they purchased the old Jordan Apple and Peach Packing barn now known as the Art Barn. It became the Sedona Arts Center in 1961 and has since continued to be a community-centered school and gallery where artists can learn from each other and exhibit their works for all to enjoy in the Members Art Gallery.