When travelers and tourists come to Sedona, Arizona they are often amazed at the beauty that surrounds them. Red mountains, juniper trees, sandstone and big skies that go on for days – It is also often the case that when it’s time to leave Arizona, travelers wish to take a piece of the Southwest home with them.
There are several art galleries in Sedona, Arizona that provide a taste of the Southwest. From photography to paintings, and watercolor to mixed-media, it’s difficult not to find something that speaks to you. Below you’ll find two of our favorite galleries. These galleries focus on Southwest nature (flora and fauna), wildlife, amazing views and more. Art in these galleries can range from as little as $200, up to $20,000. There is a fantastic range of prices to fit every budget. So, here they are:
Mountain Trails Gallery is located at 336 State Route 179, Suite A201 in Sedona, Arizona. This is a beautiful suite located within the walls of Tlaquepaque Arts and Crafts Village. Mountain Trails Gallery is known for their tradition of offering Western painting and sculpture. The gallery features wildlife, still-life, landscapes and even western artifacts!
The James Ratliff Gallery is located at 671 Highway 179, Suites A1 and A2 in Sedona. The gallery is nestled in what locals refer to as “Hillside”, a wonderful shopping area with art and restaurants to explore. Owners Patricia and James Ratliff have spent the last fifty years owning an Arizona gallery, thirty of which were in Sedona. The gallery features artwork from thirty-five artists, inspired by the mediums of: bronze, handmade wood furniture, oil paintings and watercolor.
Artwork can last a lifetime, and taking a piece home with you after an amazing adventure in Sedona can be just the thing to help you remember each and every memory. If you’re in town on the first Friday of any month, both of these galleries will be open from 5-8pm for a select reception wherein locals AND visitors are encouraged to attend. Meet the artists, enjoy snacks and browse the galleries.
Sedona Gallery Association