Sedona’s Best Gallery for Local Artists
The Village Gallery of Local Artists is Sedona’s best gallery for local art. If you are looking for something authentically created by local artists, you will find it here.
We represent almost 40 artists all working in a variety of mediums from jewelry to oil paintings, from wearable art to photography, from Native American crafts to sculpture.
Come on in and experience art that is truly locally created, Red Rock inspired!
Come experience art that is truly locally created and Red Rock inspired!
If you are seeking work lovingly and authentically created by local artists, you will find it here. We represent almost 40 area artists all working in a variety of mediums from jewelry to oil paintings, from wearable art to photography, from Native American crafts to sculpture.
Artist and Mystic Phaedra Hutsell Featured at Village Gallery
During the month of September, the Village Gallery of Local Artist will feature long-time member Phaedra Hutsell. A Sedona artist and mystic for over ten years, Phaedra creates handcrafted ceremonial artwork made of feather, stone, wood, leather, found and re-purposed objects.
Phaedra had an untraditional childhood that was rich with adventure. Her mother made her living by selling artwork at festivals, fairs, and powwows. The family traveled quite a lot all across the U.S. and sometimes lived off the land. As a child, Phaedra helped her mother make dream catchers to sell and began to acquire the skills of the craft and eventually developed her own style. Phaedra was exposed to many diverse spiritual traditions and crafts from early on. At age 16 she became the youngest female Sundancer in the Lakota tradition. This experience bonded her to a lifelong dedication to spiritual growth and development.
When Phaedra moved to Sedona 13 years ago, she made her living taking people on nature tours. She made “Intention Trees” from collected objects for her clients to take home with them to remember their connection with the Earth. Phaedra took this concept and further expanded her artwork of sacred objects. CONTINUE >>