When looking for art on the west side of Sedona, you may want to get in your car and plug these three addresses into your navigation system...
ALT Gallery – 2301 W. Highway 89A Suite 102 Sedona, AZ 86336
Creative Gateways Open Studios and Gallery - 45 Birch Blvd., Sedona, AZ 86336
Greg Lawson’s “A Passion For Place” Gallery -2769 W. State Route 89A, Sedona, AZ 86336
ALT Gallery specializes in fine art on the secondary market. Art pieces that have been preowned are a fun delight to stumble upon. Within ALT Gallery’s inventory you will find traditionally well-known artists’ work and modern 20th century pieces. You will also find classic and contemporary art of the Southwest, art books, rare and out of print books, antiques, studio pottery and art glass.
With over 5000 vinyl LP records, vintage audio equipment, and over 5000 curated books, you will find yourself in awe shopping at the ALT Gallery. We encourage you to get lost in this fun space for a few hours.
Work your way up or down the road, and you will discover Creative Gateways Open Studios and Gallery. Creative Gateways Open Studios and Gallery is an artist’s collective and public gallery space that was founded in 2016. The working studios are open to all visitors who want to meet the artists and engage with the creative process. The concept of Creative Gateways was the brain child of glass artist Pilisa Rainbow Lady.
In addition to Pilisa’s work, you will find resident creatives that are: painters, ceramists, glass artists and illustrators. The main work studio feels like a large art workshop with every possible tool, piece of equipment, kiln and supply that was made to create. You will love the way Creative Gateways Open Studios and Gallery inspires you.
Greg Lawson’s “A Passion For Place” Gallery is also called the West Sedona Gallereum, a museum and a sanctuary site away from the heart of town. Within this gallery you can slow down and connect with your favorite images, depicting Lawson’s history and experiences in the field.
Lawson is a favorite among nature lovers, as he depicts wildlife and landscapes with incredible skill. Within the Gallereum there are always 330 unique images on display. The collections depict Lawson’s passion for place, which have been created in all still-camera formats throughout his enduring history as a photographic artist. To capture nature at its finest is to discover Greg Lawson’s art.
Sedona Gallery Association