This June, Goldenstein Gallery will be fully moved to their new location at 70 Dry Creek Road. Located in West Sedona, the new location features a large stunning sculpture garden with red rock views as the backdrop for work from renowned artists Star York, Liz Wolf, Kevin McCarthy, Dwayne Cranston, Upton "Grey-shoes" Ethelbah, Glendon Good, Sherab Khandro and the singing reclaimed metal bells of Cheston Trammel.
"We loved our time in uptown and are sad to say good bye yet are delighted to be fully moved to the West Sedona corridor on beautiful Dry Creek Road" reports Linda Goldenstein, "We appreciate our community, our artists and collectors and have planned special events for them at our new location over the next year." "We want to invite everyone to join us as we celebrate our exciting move and please visit us at 70 Dry Creek Road."
Located just off of West SR 89A and Dry Creek Road, the destination gallery sits on almost an acre and is surrounded with sculptural fences that are intriguing works of art as well as the custom sculpted metal front door, all created by acclaimed metal artist Steve Goldenstein and Studio Iron. Architectural elements inside the gallery include a beautiful shaggy bark and alligator juniper fireplace mantel inlaid with Arizona Turquoise hand crafted by artist Cheston Trammel.
The gallery is open daily and features Sherab Khandro as Artist in Residence, often painting in the gallery using the pointillist technique, dots of color to create intricate and inspirational works of art.
Additionally, the gallery has an ongoing art exhibition featuring innovative pieces by Mary Fisher and Marilyn Bos at Namaste Spa located at 3080 West SR 89A near Dry Creek Road.
Goldenstein Gallery has plans for a Grand Opening in October when they host their highly attended and ever popular 9th Annual Cowboys and Indians Show featuring David DeVary, Upton Ethelbah, Kevin McCarthy and more.
In January 2014, the gallery will host the opening reception for the Wisdom Show as part of the World Wisdom Days. The multi- faceted Sedona World Wisdom Days will feature respected and well loved key note speaker Jean Houston among others.
The owner, Linda Goldenstein, crowned the "Art Maven of Sedona" by Arizona Republic art critic John Villoni, has worked with celebrated established artists as well as exceptional emerging artists. Although Linda and the Gallery have worked with hundreds of artists including respected museums & community exhibitions, the award winning gallery now focuses on 30 fine local and regional artists. Their events are highly attended by the artists they represent which creates an unparalleled ambiance.
Goldenstein Gallery's new location is at 70 Dry Creek Road in West Sedona and is open daily. Visit their website www.GoldensteinArt.com to sign up for their informative monthly E-zine or call 928-204-1765 for information on their exhibitions and events.