Goldenstein Gallery | SEDONA
A strong fine art presence in Sedona, Goldenstein Gallery has been exhibiting internationally recognized local and regional artists from many traditions for years. A part of the uptown Sedona cultural scene, the gallery has an outdoor Sculpture Garden, greeting visitors with monumental bronze sculptures such as Liz Wolf’s “Standing Watch” and Ethelbah’s “Shalako”, who blesses the homes of Native American pueblos.
Inside the gallery discover eclectic and contemporary art in all types of media: paintings, sculpture, art furniture, kaleidoscopes, folk art.
The gallery is known for its leading and emerging artists in all styles. Among work showcased is John Arenskov’s elegant furniture of exotic woods, some inlaid with stone. One cannot help but notice the 7’ wide “Butterfly Table” top, displayed on the wall as an art piece - as a table it seats 12. David DeVary‘s contemporary cowgirls and cowboys exude attitude in oil paintings over copper or silver leaf.
Goldenstein, known for their gift of bringing people together—artists, collectors and patrons— hosts artist lecture/demonstrations and ongoing.
Artists Receptions are held the First Friday of each month as part of the Sedona Gallery Association’s art walk.