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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: Carla Zimmerman French
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
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.




Josh Hunt

Abstract Artist Josh Hunt is Featured in December

The Village Gallery of Local Artists will feature abstract artist Josh Hunt during the month of December. Hunt is one of the newest members of the gallery and has been since Oct 1. His deeply inspired work is thought-provoking and adds a new artistic genre to the gallery.

Hunt’s Artist Statement says “Painting is a symbiotic relationship.  I don’t create things as much as I uncover them.  The images I produce are parts of me, hidden, in waiting, and when I find them I also find a part myself, and so the image, and I, become more alive.  I share these images because it’s the most comfortable way for me to share myself.”

Hunt’s work is built around the idea of a piece of art having a life of its own.  He works in layers, building up and stripping away paint, much like how a person grows and changes over time. Working with as many different tools as possible, he tends to choose graphite pencils, charcoal, watercolor crayons, and acrylic paint.  He also uses different types of surfaces and often tries to dirty up the paper by soaking it in things like old coffee. Hunt’s paintings generally have a used look to them, because he wants them to have history and scars, to depict layers of experience, much like the Southwestern landscape, or people in general.

Hunt says, “I hope my paintings resonate with people emotionally and they recognize some of their own life’s journey in my work.  I want my art to be a friend who can empathize with whatever they may be struggling with when they look at it.”

Born and raised in the Southwest, Hunt has lived most of his life in Arizona.  He earned a master’s degree in cultural anthropology from Northern Arizona University where he studied native peoples of the southwest and Mexico. During his graduate studies, Hunt taught himself web design and eventually ended up working as a web and graphic designer.  While looking to beef up his design skills he sought out painting courses.  Hunt found artist Laura Daughtry, who became his mentor and encouraged him to move away from the digital realm and pursue painting.  Hunt discovered how painting gave him an outlet to express his emotions, and the strength to grow.  Hunt explains; “I knew then that I was going to be a painter and from that moment on, my entire focus was on pursuing painting and fine art.”

The Village Gallery of Local Artists will host a reception for Josh Hunt on Friday, December 3rd from 5-8PM. Refreshments will be served and many other artist members will attend the festivities.

The Village Gallery is located at 6512 State Route 179 in the Village of Oak Creek. Applications for new membership are always welcome. For more information, stop by the gallery, call (928) 284-1416, or visit the website at


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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.