Goldenstein Gallery

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Latitude: 34.862263 Longitude: -111.815869 Elevation: 4386 ft
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Introduction

The acclaimed Goldenstein Gallery is now at 150 SR 179. 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. Along with Sherab, other painters involved in our Artist in Residence program include Jourdan Dern, known for her intricate detail in her bird pieces, and David DeVary, a well-known artist known for his cowgirl and cowboy paintings. Sculptors include local woodworker Mike Medow and traditional sculptor Kevin McCarthy.

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 over 50 fine local and regional artists.   Their events are highly attended by the artists they represent which creates an unparalleled ambiance.


This year Goldenstein Gallery for the ninth year in a row was voted Best Gallery in Sedona by the readers of Kudos. In 2009 they also received the Mayor's Arts Award in Sedona as a business that has heavily contributed to the growth of the arts as a living entity in Sedona and in January of 2011 they received the Pride of Arizona Award for Best Gallery. 

Goldenstein Gallery is known for its diversity of world-renowned local and regional artists in all media and styles.  A multi-award winning gallery, they consistently surprise collectors with the unexpected.  Believing that art is a living breathing experience, the gallery regularly hosts a wide range of stimulating events that are free to the public. A name synonymous with style and innovation, they are in their second decade of delighting local and visiting collectors.

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