On Friday May 2nd from 5-8 p.m. visiting acclaimed artist Jerry Gorman will be at Goldenstein Gallery's opening reception for "The Spring Show" during the SGA 1st Friday Gallery tour. Gorman and the renowned artists at the gallery have inspired and captivated collectors from around the globe with their vibrant work.
The Spring Show also marks the 1st anniversary of Goldenstein Gallery's move to their beautiful new location at 70 Dry Creek Rd in West Sedona.
Considered to be one of the quintessential landscape artists of the Southwest, Jerry Gorman's vibrant colors and impressionistic style compels collectors from across the globe. His paintings have shown in international exhibitions in France, Mexico, and throughout the United States. Recipient of several awards in national and international shows, Gorman is in the permanent art collection of the International Space Hall of Fame, the Atomic Testing Museum in Las Vegas, Nevada and the Museum of Nuclear History and Science in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Two Gorman murals are in the collection of the United States Government and his paintings are in private collections throughout the world.
All of the gallery's artists are included in their Spring group exhibition with work represented in a variety of mediums and styles including paintings, sculpture, jewelry, fine furniture and kaleidoscopes.
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 or sculpting the pre-cast maquette for her upcoming monumental sculpture dedicated to world peace.
Their engaging Sculpture Garden has striking Red Rock vistas and features moving kinetic sculpture by Glendon Good, bell sculptures of reclaimed metal by Cheston Trammel, Bronze Sculptures by Kevin McCarthy, Liz Wolf, Upton Ethelbah, and soon renowned sculptor David Phelps will join the gallery with his contemporary and award-winning figurative bronze sculpture.
Open daily, Goldenstein Gallery is located at 70 Dry Creek Road in West Sedona. Visit www.GoldensteinArt.com to sign up for their monthly E-zine, like them on FaceBook or call 928-204-1765 for information.