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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!



Sedona Artist: Allah Ali
Allah Ali
Sedona Artist: Jodie Ball
Jodie Ball
Sedona Artist: Ken Barnes
Ken Barnes
Sedona Artist: Judith Beals
Judith Beals
Sedona Artist: Linda Bellacicco
Linda Bellacicco
Sedona Artist: Suzen Brackell
Suzen Brackell
Sedona Artist: Stephanie Brand
Stephanie Brand
Sedona Artist: Ella Cooke
Ella Cooke
Sedona Artist: Peggy Doig
Peggy Doig
Sedona Artist: Greg Griffin
Greg Griffin
Sedona Artist: Sharon Hall
Sharon Hall
Sedona Artist: Sarah Harms
Sarah Harms
Sedona Artist: June Hart
June Hart
Sedona Artist: Lenore Hemingway
Lenore Hemingway
Sedona Artist: Joanne/Art Hiscox
Joanne and Art Hiscox
Sedona Artist: Patty Hoisch
Patty Hoisch
Sedona Artist: Cindi Horste
Cindi Horste
Sedona Artist: Phaedra Hutsell
Phaedra Hutsell
Sedona Artist: Florence Johns
Florence Johns Vezie
Sedona Artist: Rich Kerrell/Sarah Loynd
Rich Kerrell/Sarah Loynd
Sedona Artist: Jamie Kivisto
Jamie Kivisto
Monique Kristofors
Luke Metz
Sedona Artist: Brian Myers
Brian Myers
Sedona Artist: Denise Nichols
Denise Nichols
Sedona Artist: Pat Priolo
Pat Priolo
Sedona Artist: Nina Joy Rizzo
Nina Joy Rizzo
Sedona Artist: Susan Shatreau-Janisky
Susan Shatreau-Janisky
Sedona Artist: Clark Sheppard
Clark Sheppard
Sedona Artist: Rima Thundercloud
Rima Thundercloud
Sedona Artist: Jeannette Tuscher
Jeannette Tuscher
Sedona Artist: Grazina Wade
Grazina Wade
Sedona Artist: Wendy Wade
Wendy Wade
Sedona Artist: Tom Williams
Tom Williams
Sedona Artist: Carla Zimmerman French
Carla Zimmerman French

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.




Ceramicist Kenneth Barnes Featured Artist for May

Kenneth Barnes

Ceramic artist Kenneth Barnes will be featured during the month of May at the Village Gallery of Local Artists. The public is invited to a reception on Friday, May 6th from 5-8 PM, where Barnes will have his wheel and demonstrate throwing clay pots and mugs.

Barnes’ pottery strikes a harmonious balance of function and form; a consequence of his innate artistic talent, coupled with decades spent patiently honing his craft. His work shows distinct personality and elegance with the handle of a teapot or pitcher or rope in a water jug. He captures the local flavor of the Sedona area with wild javelina marching across a baking dish, or the image of Bell Rock embellishing a mug.  His glazes range from commercially available base glazes to those produced from complex recipes which he developed and refined over time. Barnes uses high-fired stoneware clays and food-safe glazes, making his pieces safe for food, dishwasher, and microwave.

Barnes has always been fascinated with the production of something functional and beautiful using a piece of raw clay and a few chemicals. His main interest lies in wheelwork, although he continues to explore all aspects of ceramics which maintains his keen enthusiasm for the art form.

Born in Yorkshire, England, Barnes’ first introduction to clay was in a local evening pottery class. Living in a small mining village, he was surprised to find quite a number of talented artists, who all used the local art classes as a form of artistic release and an excuse to congregate at the local pub after class. Barnes says “Anyone who is an artist knows that you can feed off one another and generate camaraderie, which is priceless.”

After immigrating to Michigan in 1981, Barnes continued to study ceramics and foster his addiction to clay, which was a nice balance for his day job as an engineer. He explains “One can become completely absorbed in throwing a complex form on the wheel and forget the rigors of daily life.” Barnes retired from engineering in 2017 which left him more time to focus on his artwork and travel the world with his wife Linda.

Barnes donates about 50 dog face mugs every year to a Border Collie rescue group that he and his wife were involved within Michigan. He says they are “always looking for people to help with mug transportation to MI.”

Several years ago, Barnes became a working member of the Reitz Ranch Center for Ceramic Arts in Clarkdale, where he often glazes his pottery in a cone 10 gas kiln and enjoys comradery with his fellow clay addicts. He also has a small studio in his home in Sedona which he built at the end of 2020, where he produces the majority of his pieces. While building this studio Barnes says he “managed to screw up my shoulder in the process and had to have rotator cuff and bicep surgery which left me with a new beautiful studio that I couldn’t use for 6 months.” However, he’s now back in business again, producing one-of-a-kind pieces as well as a range of popular items such as his “Bell Rock Baconator”, mugs, and various bowls.

The reception on May 6th from 5-8 PM offers guests the opportunity to ask Kenneth Barnes to explain what a Baconator is, and how it works. The Village Gallery is located at 6512 State Route 179 in the Village of Oak Creek. Applications for new membership are available.

For more information, stop by the gallery or give us a call at (928) 284-1416.


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Village Gallery, 6512 AZ-179, Sedona, AZ 86351
CALL: (928) 284-1416

Featuring over 40 local artists.
All art is created locally by local artists.
Open 7 days a week, 10am – 6pm.