For any last-minute shoppers, the month is still young and there are a plethora of gift ideas stocked right here in Sedona. Nearly every gallery offers a smaller giftable item that has been hand curated or crafted by an artist. For those difficult-to-buy-for people in your life, such gifts can be the solution to your search.
Ideas? At Creative Gateways Open Studios and Gallery, you will find an assortment of gift items either in person or on the website. Our favorite are the glass ornaments handcrafted within the on-site studios. These beautiful gifts range in price, but start around $20. Either utilized as a gift topper or as a stand-alone gift for that special tree or décor, supporting an artist has never been this easy.
Also consider the purchase of a course at Creative Gateways Open Studios and Gallery. From screen printing glass to crafting your own incense burner, these classes are a fun way to meet other locals and art lovers. For those that are more difficult to buy for, this experience might just be the perfect fit.
Stop by Renee Taylor Gallery in Tlaquepaque and discover the gorgeous handcrafted knives made by William Henry. Prices range from $300 to $2,100, depending on the material and the amount of craftsmanship required.
The William Henry E6-10, which is at the $300 price point is made with an aircraft grade aluminum frame and hard-anodized to military specs for a lifetime of superlative performance. With a one-hand button lock system and stainless-steel pocket clip, this knife is a beautiful and practical gift for anyone.
Lastly, if you are hoping to gift something a bit more nostalgic and curated from the past, then you must stop by the ALT Gallery in West Sedona. Within the ALT Gallery you will find so many vintage items, you may not even know where to start.
Looking for your favorite record album from days gone by or from an artist that you may have only discovered digitally? This store probably has the original record. This goes for artwork, art-of-print books, and other cool and unique collectibles.
Sedona Gallery Association