The Exquisite Art Galleries of Sedona
Delve into a Cultural Experience and Explore Sedona's Past
A world-renowned art Mecca, Sedona offers everything from contemporary art to ancient culture. The city is home to countless art galleries featuring Western and Native American art, contemporary art, photography sculpture, jewelry, ceramics, textiles and more. Sedona's artists and galleries make art accessible to everyone, from the serious aficionado to the casual appreciator.
Delve into the Sedona cultural experience and explore the lives of earlier generations.
Our Sedona Art Gallery Recommendations
Some of the best artists in the world have lived and worked in Sedona, AZ. Sedona Area Guild of Artists (SAGA) is a professional visual artists organization working with the art community to archive some of the exceptional artists who have lived here in the past. Such diverse artists include internationally acclaimed surrealist-painter Max Ernst and Sedona's own Joe Beeler, who helped initiate the Cowboy Artists of America in a little bar half a block from The Amara Resort and Spa.
SAGA strives to push the bar of quality for the visual arts in Sedona. These local artists provide all the artwork for the Amara Resort, and we are thrilled to serve as their contemporary art gallery for our visitors.
More Local Artists and Galleries Include:
- Lou Deserio Gallery, Fine Art Photography
- Visions Fine Art, Fine Art Painting
- George Kelly Fine Jewelry, Fine Art Jewelry
- Renee Taylor Jewelry
- Touchstone Gallery
- Etoile Gallery, Fine Art Gallery
- Linda Goldenstein Gallery (Has over 20 local fine artists)
- Sedona Art Center - The Sedona Arts Center is a gathering place where artists and those who love art can learn, teach, and exhibit their works
The Heritage Museum, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, is a Sedona museum all about the local area. The Museum is situated in the City of Sedona's Jordan Historical Park, where you can take the short nature trail, enjoy the flower gardens, and wander through the remaining orchard around the buildings to the picnic areas.
The Collection of the Sedona Heritage Museum currently includes over 3,000 artifacts, 30,000 historic photographs, 300 oral history and video tapes, and a research library of books, clippings, and documents numbering around 500 volumes.