Uptown Sedona is one of the most popular areas for visitors. With shops, casual and fine dining, as well as spectacular views, it's a great place to start your Sedona journey. Uptown Sedona also has some popular and well-respected art galleries you just should-not-miss. Pop into one, two, or stop by their public receptions on the 1st Friday of each month from 5pm-8pm.
Goldenstein Gallery represents over 40 regional and local artists, ranging in a wide variety of mediums. Beyond the stunning and colorful gallery space, Goldenstein Gallery is represented at several satellite spaces in and around Sedona, Arizona. It is often the case that L'Auberge de Sedona is host to a variety of GG's resident artists. Enjoy some time along Oak Creek, soaking up the sun's rays and the southwest breeze, while watching artists in action.
From bronze work, to pointillism, to watercolor, you won't be disappointed with a stop by the well-known Goldenstein Gallery. Not visiting the area? Check out the gallery's website for information on artists and their latest works!
"Art is not what you see, it's what you make others see". -Georgia O'Keefe
The Sedona Arts Center is a non-profit dedicated to education and nurturing of creativity. In doing so, visitors and locals to the area can experience an elegant Fine Arts Gallery on site, as well as courses that can be attended throughout the year. Some visitors plan their Sedona adventures around the Sedona Arts Center course schedule, including fun and exciting classes in: ceramics, photography, painting and more. Members of the SAC receive discounts for these courses, and membership is suggested if you plan to take several courses throughout the year.
The Sedona Arts Center is one of Arizona oldest non-profit organizations, and is well-respected for their offerings available to the public, to enhance the world of art and one's creative discovery. In 2018 the S.A.C. will celebrate their 60 year anniversary and all are invited to stop by and view artwork currently on display.
"To practice any art, no matter how well or badly, is a way to make your soul grow. So do it". -Kurt Vonnegut