Sorrel Sky Hosts Show of Paintings, Pastels and Photographs to Benefit Mercy’s Durango Cancer Center

“Healing Art: Inspiration from A Priest and Five Physicians” exhibit features work by local artists & photographers

Sorrel Sky Gallery hosts the show and fundraising event Healing Art: Inspiration from A Priest and Five Physicians opening on October 1 from 5:00 – 7:00 p.m. Featuring over 25 original works, the show includes paintings by Fr. Kevin Novack, pastels by Dr. Don Cook, and photographs by Dr. Charles Black, Dr. Kim Furry, Dr. Martin Pirnat and Dr. Ron Ritz. A reception for the artists begins at 5:30 p.m. in the upper level galleries. The reception and event are free and the public is invited to attend. The show continues through October 15.

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Organized by Mercy Health Foundation, the art show highlights the important role that the arts and creative expression play in healing the body, mind and spirit. The Foundation supports patients and families in need of care at Mercy Regional Medical Center by raising money for equipment, programs and services including hospice and charity care. Proceeds from the show will support major advancements in cancer treatment and patient care at the Durango Cancer Center at Mercy Regional Medical Center.Grin and Bear It_Pirnat_web

This unique show, Healing Art: Inspiration from A Priest and Five Physicians, is an example of Mercy’s continued commitment to bring spiritual healing together with physical healing, exemplified each day by its collection of over 800 pieces of art on display throughout its numerous health care facilities within the region.

Father Kevin Novack, pastor of St. Columba Catholic Church in Durango who offers mass in the Mercy Chapel every week, is an accomplished painter. Fr. Novack’s semi-abstract watercolor paintings flow with color, shapes and symbols that merge to offer a view of the world as harmonious, interconnected and whole. “I love the natural world –it offers a platform in which to explore color, movement and dynamic composition. The painting is an ongoing conversation between the image and myself that continually unfolds: I am exploring and learning about myself and the world that I live in and the spirit in which I believe,” Fr. Novack offered.Untitled Novak_web

Dr. Kim Furry finds taking pictures stress relieving. “I like photography because it has made me slow down and pay attention to my environment,” Dr. Furry commented. Dr. Furry’s panoramic landscape photographs capture the grandeur of the Mountain West.

Dr. Charles Black and Dr. Martin Pirnat also direct their lenses toward the majesty of the landscape and its inhabitants in their color photographs of the region. Dr. Ron Ritz takes us to lands far away with his black-&-white portraits of people encountered on his travels through Asia. Dr. Don Cook, well known locally for his pastel paintings, presents landscapes close to home. JaipurRitz_webCabezon 12x18_Cookweb

Sorrel Sky Gallery owner Shanan Campbell Wells is a long-time supporter of Mercy Health Foundation and, for many years, has opened the gallery as a venue for Mercy fundraising events. Wells offered, “Mercy is such an important part of our community and region. It is an absolute honor to help sustain their healing work. This show reminds us what a powerful impact art has on both the maker and the viewer.”Untitled_Blackweb

Sorrel Sky Gallery’s fresh approach to Western art presents a select collection of contemporary and traditional fine art and jewelry for the discerning collector. Sorrel Sky Gallery was founded in Durango, CO in 2002 and opened its Santa Fe, NM location in 2014. It represents over 75 painters, sculptors and jewelers including bronze artist Star Liana York, painter Billy Schenck, and Ben Nighthorse, among others.

Meet Native American Artist Kevin Red Star at Sorrel Sky During Colorfest Gallery Walk

Durango gallery to spotlight Crow artist renowned for his expressionistic portrayals of Plains Indian life.

Sorrel Sky Gallery honors renowned Native American painter Kevin Red Star with a one-man show opening at Colorfest Gallery Walk on September 18, 2015 from 5:00 to 9:00 p.m. Red Star, who will be present at the gallery for the opening, showcaBird Fisher Medicine by Kevin Red Star-1ses new paintings that capture the culture of the 19th century Northern Plains Indians.

Red Star’s canvasses display dynamic portraits, mystical animals, and warriors and dancers in full ceremonial regalia. His representations give way to semiabstract imagery that combines remarkable detail with bold gestures, intense backgrounds and vivid colors. Red Star’s subject matter and painting style merge to create a “New Indian Art.”

Through his energetic and vibrantly colored acrylic paintings, Red Star offers his impressions of daily life for his Crow ancestors. “Indian culture has in the past been ignored to a great extent. It is for me, as well as for many other Indian artists, a rich source of creative expression. An intertwining of my Indian culture with contemporary art expression has given me a greater insight concerning my art,” he said.Red Wolf by Kevin Red Star-1

Red Star’s work has increasingly expressed his self-affirmed role as historian, recorder, and ambassador for his native Crow culture. Surrounded by his extended family, his horses and his ancestral homeland, Red Star has established a unique artistic style that balances his world and his art.

Red Star’s paintings are represented in several significant museum collections, including the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian, CM Russell Museum, Heard Museum, Denver Art Museum, Eiteljorg Museum, Whitney Museum of Western Art, and the Institute of American Indian Arts Museum.

He studied at the Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe, New Mexico and the San Francisco Art Institute in California. Red Star has received Honorary Doctorate degrees from the Rocky Mountain College in Billings, Montana and from the Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Sorrel Sky Gallery owner, Shanan Campbell Wells, offered, “Kevin’s paintings are so richly colorful and filled with dynamic elements that they stimulate both the eye and the imagination.“Kevin-Red-Star_0

Sorrel Sky Gallery’s fresh approach to Western art presents a select collection of contemporary and traditional fine art and jewelry for the discerning collector. Sorrel Sky Gallery was founded in Durango, CO in 2002 and opened its Santa Fe, NM location in 2014. It represents over 75 painters, sculptors and jewelers including bronze artist Star Liana York, painter Billy Schenck, and Ben Nighthorse, among others.

Sorrel Sky Hosts Western Stories Now & Then: New Work by Duke Beardsley & Greg Kelsey

Two-man show by award-winning Colorado western artists opens during First Thursday Art Walk

Western Stories Now and Then: New Work by Duke Beardsley& Greg Kelsey opens at Sorrel Sky Gallery in Durango during First Thursday Art Walk on September 3. Greg Kelsey will be present from 5:00-7:00 p.m. to meet the public. gI_82912_sundance pro 3_1

The show, Western Stories Now and Then features Duke Beardsley’s contemporary western Pop-art influenced oil paintings and Greg Kelsey’s bronze sculptures of traditional western scenes. Each artist is inspired by a deep appreciation of western life and his work is informed by a first-hand knowledge of the working cowboy’s experience.

A sixth generation Coloradan raised in Denver and on a cattle ranch in eastern Colorado, Duke Beardsley’s “duel” upbringing is integral to his art.  As a result he blends traditional western iconography with a contemporary sensibility. Beardsley’s new work presents his signature iconic western images in a cutting-edge format. He offered, “My work continues to explore and challenge the romanticized icon of the working cowboy by extracting it from the conventional, traditional western landscape and instead placing it against an equally romanticized and often highly stylized background.  Where it goes from there is up to it.”The Watchman

An active cowboy on his working ranch in Ignacio, Colorado, Greg Kelsey considers himself a storyteller who captures the movement, action and mindset of his western subjects in his realistic bronze sculptures. Among Kelsey’s work on display will be his new award-winning sculpture, Sundance & the Wild Bunch Hit the Union Pacific. The sculpture depicts the robbery of a train portrayed in the Hollywood film, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. Kelsey offered, “This historical tale resonated with me, it is a dynamic story that was perfect material for a sculpture. I live in one of the old stomping grounds of the Wild Bunch. My neighborhood of the Four Corners was a known hideout.”

Both academically trained, their work is collected world-wide and held in the permanent collections of the most prestigious western art institutions in America including the Denver Art Museum, The Booth Western Art Museum, the Whitney Collection of Western American Art, the Briscoe Western Art Museum, and the Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art.

Sorrel Sky Gallery owner Shanan Campbell Wells offered, “Duke and Greg are two great western artists with different approaches and styles yet both are grounded in a love of the West –today’s West and yesterday’s.”

Sorrel Sky Gallery’s fresh approach to Western art presents a select collection of contemporary and traditional fine art and jewelry for the discerning collector. Sorrel Sky Gallery was founded in Durango, CO in 2002 and opened its Santa Fe, NM location in 2014. It represents over 60 painters, sculptors and jewelers including bronze artist Star Liana York, painter Billy Schenck, and Ben Nighthorse, among others.

Western Stories Now and Then: New Work by Duke Beardsley & Greg Kelsey at Sorrel Sky

Award-winning Colorado western artists present new work in two-man show at Santa Fe gallery

Sorrel Sky Gallery opens the show, Western Stories Now and Then: New Work by Duke Beardsley & Greg Kelsey at First Friday Art Walk on September 4. The artists will be present from 5:00-7:30 p.m. to meet the public. The Watchman

Western Stories Now and Then features contemporary western Pop-art influenced oil paintings by Duke Beardsley and bronze sculptures of western scenes by Greg Kelsey. Each artist’s work is inspired by an appreciation of western life and is informed by his first-hand knowledge of the working cowboy’s experience.

Duke Beardsley is a sixth generation Coloradan raised in Denver and on a cattle ranch in eastern Colorado whose “duel” upbringing is integral to his art.  As a result he blends traditional western iconography with a contemporary sensibility. Beardsley’s new work presents his signature iconic western images in a cutting-edge format. He offered, “My work continues to explore and challenge the romanticized icon of the working cowboy by extracting it from the conventional and herd-bound, traditional western landscape and instead   placing it against an equally romanticized and often highly stylized background. Where it goes from there is up to it.”gI_82912_sundance pro 3_1

Greg Kelsey, an active cowboy on his working ranch in southwest Colorado, considers himself a storyteller who captures the movement, action and mindset of his western subjects in his realistic bronze sculptures.

On display will be his new award-winning sculpture, Sundance & the Wild Bunch Hit the Union Pacific. The sculpture depicts the robbery of a train portrayed in the Hollywood film, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. Kelsey offered, “This historical tale resonated with me, it is a dynamic story that was perfect material for a sculpture. I live in one of the old stomping grounds of the Wild Bunch. My neighborhood of the Four Corners was a known hideout.”

Both academically trained, their work is collected world-wide and held in the permanent collections of the most prestigious western art institutions in America including the Denver Art Museum, The Booth Western Art Museum, the Whitney Collection of Western American Art and the Eiteljorg Museum.

Sorrel Sky Gallery owner Shanan Campbell Wells offered, “Duke and Greg are two great western artists with different approaches and styles yet both are grounded in a love of the West –today’s West and yesterday’s.”

Sorrel Sky Gallery’s fresh approach to Western art presents a select collection of contemporary and traditional fine art and jewelry for the discerning collector. Sorrel Sky Gallery was founded in Durango, CO in 2002 and opened its Santa Fe, NM location in 2014. It represents over 60 painters, sculptors and jewelers including bronze artist Star Liana York, painter Billy Schenck, and Ben Nighthorse, among others.

Sorrel Sky Hosts Brunch and Reception with Native American Sculptor Pablita Abeyta

Respected Navajo artist will speak about the role of Native American women in the arts today

In conjunction with 2015 Santa Fe Indian Market, Sorrel Sky Gallery will host a brunch and reception with respected Navajo sculptor Pablita Ta-Nez-Bah Abeyta on Monday, August 24 from 9:00-10:30 a.m. at the Santa Fe gallery. Abeyta will talk about her life and the important role of Native American women artists in today’s culture.Twilight Maiden by Pablita Abeyta-1

Abeyta’s reputation as both a Navajo sculptor and an advocate for all Native American people is well known. After completing her graduate degree from the University of New Mexico, she moved to Washington, D.C. where she became a lobbyist for the Navajo Nation. Abeyta then worked for then-Colorado Congressman Ben Nighthorse Campbell to help establish the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI) and then served as a professional staff member with the Interior Committee’s Office of Indian Affairs. Later, serving a ten year stint as a Congressional liaison for the Smithsonian Institution’s Government Affairs Office, Abeyta worked tirelessly to help found the museum, which hosted the largest gathering of Native American communities in history at its opening in 2004. She has since retired from government service.

During her government career, Abeyta remained active as a sculptor, making hand-coiled clay figures of serene Native women dressed in flowing traditional dress, adorned with actual beaded jewelry, shells, smoked deer and elk skin, feathers and often holding ceremonial objects. “My figurines are women because women have inspired me,” Abeyta said. “In addition to many of my more traditional pieces, the female figurines sing, talk, and reflect the seasons and Navajo spiritual ceremony. I am making a statement with my art about the importance of family, community and my heritage.”

Sorrel Sky Gallery owner, Shanan Campbell Wells, offered, “Pablita is an amazing woman and artist. Her work flows from an authentic gift and from her belief of women as healers and visionaries. She is an inspiration to me.” 

Reflecting on her life, Abeyta offered, “I am now an elder and I have been put on this planet to help other women and be a role model. I am a strong woman and I surround myself with strong women.” Her mother Sylvia Ann was a Quaker and a ceramicist and her father Narcisco Ha-So-De Abeyta, was a world-renowned Navajo artist who studied under Dorothy Dunn at the Indian Arts Institute in Santa Fe. She is the sister of acclaimed Navajo painter and jeweler Tony Abeyta, the late figurative sculptor Elizabeth Abeyta, and sculptor, painter and jeweler Alice Warder Seely.

Sorrel Sky Gallery’s fresh approach to Western art presents a select collection of contemporary and traditional fine art and jewelry for the discerning collector. Sorrel Sky Gallery was founded in Durango, CO in 2002 and opened its Santa Fe, NM location in 2014. It represents over 75 painters, sculptors and jewelers including bronze artist Star Liana York, painter Billy Schenck, and Ben Nighthorse, among others.

Sorrel Sky Gallery Hosts Native American Group Show During Santa Fe Indian Market

Among featured contemporary Native artists is world-renowned jeweler Ben Nighthorse

Sorrel Sky Gallery in Santa Fe opens its Native American Group Show on Thursday, August 20, with a reception for the artists from 5:00 to 7:30pm. The show presents new works by contemporary Native American jewelry artists Ben Nighthorse, Ray Tracey, Cody Sanderson, Victoria Adams, Darryl Dean & Rebecca Begay, Shane Hendren, and Santa Clara potter Autumn Borts-Medlock. Collectively, these artists have received distinctions from the most prestigious institutions in America including the National Museum of the American Indian and the Heard Museum to the Smithsonian Institution and the Santa Fe Indian Market.

Northern Cheyenne artist Ben Nighthorse is the senior member of the group, having crafted jewelry for over 50 years. Nighthorse was instrumental in bringing a new aesthetic to Native American jewelry. He was the first Native jeweler to use gold, which was then considered an inappropriate material for Native American jewelry – silver and turquoise were the standard. Nighthorse first received national recognition in 1977 when Arizona Highways featured him on the magazine’s cover. The article inside showcased his unique jewelry designs, along with numerous other Native jewelers, opening the doors for a new, contemporary Native American jewelry aesthetic. To date, Nighthorse has conceived over 600 distinct jewelry designs. “I just make them one at a time,” he humbly offers of his prolific career.

Currently, Nighthorse’s jewelry is featured on the August/September cover of Cowboys & Indians magazine with his sterling silver belt buckle being worn by Cherokee actor Wes Studi. The new design by Nighthorse combines inlaid turquoise with black mother of pearl and features his classic running horse detail on the reverse side. The horse symbolizes ‘freedom’ to the Plains Indians, of which Nighthorse is a member. Nighthorse and his award-winning jewelry are also featured in the August issue of the Santa Fean magazine.

A true renaissance man, Nighthorse is not only a world-renowned jeweler. He is an Olympic athlete, a former world champion horse trainer and the United States Senator from Colorado responsible for establishing the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian in 2004.

Nighthorse has not only had profound impact on Native American jewelry design, he is one of the most influential Native Americans in recent history. In 1992 when Nighthorse was elected to the U.S. Senate, he became the first Native American to serve in that body in 60 years. He is a member of the Council of Chiefs of the Northern Cheyenne Tribe.

Sorrel Sky Gallery owner, Shanan Campbell Wells, said, “Ben’s jewelry is owned by five presidents and dozens of celebrities across the world. To own a piece of Nighthorse jewelry is to own a piece of history.” 

Sorrel Sky Gallery’s fresh approach to Western art presents a select collection of contemporary and traditional fine art and jewelry for the discerning collector. Sorrel Sky Gallery was founded in Durango, CO in 2002 and opened its Santa Fe, NM location in 2014. It represents over 75 painters, sculptors and jewelers including bronze artist Star Liana York, painter Billy Schenck, and Ben Nighthorse, among others.Sterling Silver And Roystom Turquoise Ring by Shane Hendren Stellar’s Day by Autumn Borts-Medlock Star Cuff With Engraving by Cody Sanderson Hand And Moon Pendant by Victoria Adams Rectangle Basket-Horses Buckle by Ben Nighthorse Butterfly Maiden Pendant by Darryl Dean & Rebecca Begay

Eiteljorg Museum Selects Two Sorrel Sky Gallery Sculptors For Prestigious Exhibition

Gerald Balciar and Greg Kelsey among artists invited to ‘Quest for the West’ show and sale

Sorrel Sky Gallery is pleased to announce that Gerald Balciar and Greg Kelsey have been chosen to participate in Quest for the West, a prestigious western art show hosted by the Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art, located in Indianapolis, Indiana. Quest for the West, celebrating its 10th anniversary, features the work by 50 important western artists from September 11 through October 11, 2015.

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Gerald Balciar and Greg Kelsey, two Colorado artists long represented by Sorrel Sky Gallery, are familiar with Quest for the West – each has been included in the annual exhibition numerous times since the inaugural show in 2005.

Gerald Balciar’s animal sculptures are well known for their expressive qualities, portraying moods or feelings rather than exact replicas of his subjects. His art is grounded in an in-depth knowledge of animals, their behaviors and habitat. A small-scale bronze, “Trumpeter Pond”, depicting a family of swimming Trumpeter swans, is one of his works included in the show. He offered, “It is an honor to be included among the high talent in the show – at a great museum for a great cause.”

Greg Kelsey knows his western subject matter intimately. With first-hand experience working daily on his ranch in a southwestern Colorado, Kelsey lives a traditional western lifestyle. One of the works to be displayed in the show is a study-size bronze, “Sundance & the Wild Bunch Hit the Union Pacific,” which depicts the infamous hold up scene of the Union Pacific train portrayed in the Hollywood film, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid.Trumpeter Pondweb

Sorrel Sky Gallery owner, Shanan Campbell Wells, is not surprised that these award-winning artists were invited. “Both Gerald and Greg are well-respected, dedicated artists,” Wells said.

Sorrel Sky Gallery’s fresh approach to Western art presents a select collection of contemporary and traditional fine art and jewelry for the discerning collector. Sorrel Sky Gallery was founded in Durango, CO in 2002 and opened its Santa Fe, NM location in 2014. It represents over 60 painters, sculptors and jewelers including bronze artist Star Liana York, painter Billy Schenck, and Ben Nighthorse, among others.

Two Sorrel Sky Gallery Sculptors Invited to Prestigious Show at Eiteljorg Museum

‘Quest for the West’ art show and sale selects Greg Kelsey and Gerald Balciar to exhibit

The Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art, located in Indianapolis, Indiana, has chosen two sculptors represented by Sorrel Sky GalleryGreg Kelsey and Gerald Balciar, to participate in Quest for the West, the museum’s prestigious annual western art show and sale. Celebrating its 10th anniversary this year, the show features the work by 50 important western artists from September 11 through October 11, 2015.Trumpeter Pondweb

Colorado artists Greg Kelsey and Gerald Balciar are familiar with Quest for the West – each has been included in the annual exhibition numerous times since the inaugural show in 2005.

Greg Kelsey knows his western subject matter intimately. With first-hand experience working daily on his ranch in a southwestern Colorado, Kelsey lives a traditional western lifestyle. One of his works to be displayed is a study-size bronze, “Sundance & the Wild Bunch Hit the Union Pacific,” depicting the infamous hold up scene of the Union Pacific train portrayed in the Hollywood film, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid.

Gerald Balciar’s animal sculptures are well known for their expressive qualities, portraying moods or feelings rather than exact replicas of his subjects. His art is grounded in an in-depth knowledge of animals, their behaviors and habitat. A small-scale bronze, “Trumpeter Pond,” depicting a family of swimming Trumpeter swans, is one of his works included in the show. He offered, “It is an honor to be included among the high talent represented in the show – at a great museum for a great cause.” gI_82912_sundance pro 3_1

Sorrel Sky Gallery owner, Shanan Campbell Wells, is not surprised that these award-winning artists were invited. “Both Gerald and Greg are dedicated, well-respected artists,” Wells said.

Sorrel Sky Gallery’s fresh approach to Western art presents a select collection of contemporary and traditional fine art and jewelry for the discerning collector. Sorrel Sky Gallery was founded in Durango, CO, in 2002 and opened its Santa Fe, NM, location in 2014. It represents over 60 painters, sculptors and jewelers including bronze artist Star Liana York, painter Billy Schenck, and Ben Nighthorse, among others.

Sorrel Sky Gallery Welcomes Potter Alexis Adams

Native American artist creates pottery inspired by California Arts and Crafts designs

Sorrel Sky Gallery of Santa Fe is pleased to represent potter Alexis Adams, a member of the Cheyenne tribe. Adams draws from the forms of traditional Native American pottery and is inspired by indigenous plants found in the West. Her pottery designs reflect the simplicity and rustic sensuality of the California Arts and Crafts movement.

“Though my Cheyenne ancestors were not known for making pottery, pottery as a symbol and result of Native American tradition spoke to me to the extent that I had to find a way to create my own,” Adams offered.

In keeping with Native American tradition, Adams’ pottery is hand coiled. She carves into and adds clay designs to each pot’s surface. She then applies terra sigillata, a refined colored clay slip used since Greek times, to create the rich color and subtle sheen visible on each pot.DGOY350625130347

Shanan Campbell Wells, owner of Sorrel Sky Gallery, offered, “Alexis’ pots are a delight to behold – and to hold.”

Her creative abilities, fostered in her early life by her parents who both were skilled wood- and metalworkers, were furthered by her studies at the San Francisco Art Institute where she received a B.F.A. in painting.

Adams and her younger sister, Victoria Adams, a well-known Cheyenne jeweler, won the Best of Pre-Show award at the 2014 Native Treasures Indian Arts Festival in Santa Fe for their collaborative vessel, “Dragonfly’s Journey.”Alexis Adamsweb

Sorrel Sky Gallery’s fresh approach to Western art presents a select collection of contemporary and traditional fine art and jewelry for the discerning collector. Sorrel Sky Gallery was founded in Durango, CO in 2002 and opened its Santa Fe, NM location in 2014. It represents over 60 painters, sculptors and jewelers including bronze artist Star Liana York, painter Billy Schenck, and former U.S. Senator Ben Nighthorse, among others

Sorrel Sky Gallery Welcomes Native American Artist Autumn Borts-Medlock

Santa Clara potter merges classic motifs and modern designs in new bronze work

Sorrel Sky Gallery of Durango is now representing award-winning Santa Clara Pueblo potter Autumn Borts-Medlock. Coming from a long lineage of Pueblo potters, Borts-Medlock was introduced to pottery making at the age of five by her mother and grandmother, both important Santa Clara potters. Borts-Medlock digs and makes her clay as Pueblo potters have done for centuries.

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Borts-Medlock lived a life of contrasts as a child, spending most of the year in her mother’s home in Santa Clara Pueblo and her summers living in Los Angeles. “Having grown up in two very different worlds, with one foot in modern California and the other foot in Santa Clara Pueblo, New Mexico, I draw from two distinct cultures for my inspiration,” she said.

After a lifetime of working in clay, in 2014, Borts-Medlock made a bold move. With her pottery in high demand –she finishes only 6-12 clay pots each year– and with limited clay deposits available, she began casting a few original clay pieces in bronze. Borts-Medlock’s limited edition bronze pots, tiles, and sculptures are each richly colored with various vibrant patinas applied by her sculptor husband, Jeremy Medlock, making each piece a unique work of art.

Shanan Campbell Wells, owner of Sorrel Sky Gallery, offered, “In Autumn’s colorful bronze work, traditional motifs and contemporary images intermingle seamlessly.”

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Borts-Medlock has received numerous awards at the Heard Museum Indian Market and Fair and at the prestigious Santa Fe Indian Market.

Sorrel Sky Gallery’s fresh approach to Western art presents a select collection of contemporary and traditional fine art and jewelry for the discerning collector. Sorrel Sky Gallery was founded in Durango, CO in 2002 and opened its Santa Fe, NM location in 2014. It represents over 60 painters, sculptors and jewelers including bronze artist Star Liana York, painter Billy Schenck, and former U.S. Senator Ben Nighthorse, among others.

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