2019 Workshop Series

We’re so excited to announce our 2019 Workshop Series! Featuring drawing, painting, color theory, sculpture, and printmaking, ten gallery represented artists, as well as two guest artists, will share their inspiration and expertise, offering personal insights and individualized attention, building your knowledge and confidence. “The generous exchange of knowledge and inspiration is such a positive experience … Continue reading 2019 Workshop Series

Six New Artists!

Sorrel Sky Gallery is excited to be representing several new artists: Painters David Frederick Riley and Lyn Boyer, and Native American ceramic artist Randy Chitto will show in Durango. Native American ceramic artist Alexis Adams, and jewelers Loren Nicole and Luísa Rosas will show in Santa Fe. “The individuality of these six artists, the inspirations and … Continue reading Six New Artists!

Ben Nighthorse Campbell: Becoming Cheyenne

“This collection is such a reflection of Ben’s desire to honor his cultural heritage.” – Shanan Campbell Wells Ben Nighthorse, whose high jewelry collection can be found exclusively at Sorrel Sky Gallery, has been featured in an exhibit since January 2018 at Fort Lewis College Center for Southwest Studies in Durango, CO. Ben Nighthorse Campbell: … Continue reading Ben Nighthorse Campbell: Becoming Cheyenne

Southwest Inspired Spontaneity

Surrounded by the unceasing spontaneity seen in nature, plein air painters Peggy Immel and Stephen Day will each present over a dozen new works inspired by their beloved Southwest during the two-person show, “Nature’s Spontaneity.”  We hope you can join us for the opening artist reception during First Friday Art Walk from 5:00-7:30 pm on October 5, 2018, at Sorrel Sky … Continue reading Southwest Inspired Spontaneity

Asymmetrical Beauty

“My work looks handmade, it’s how I want it to look. Nothing is perfectly symmetrical, but it’s all so beautiful.” – Lawrence Baca Lawrence Baca is a multi-talented, award-winning jewelry designer, born and raised in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Baca’s work has a rugged splendor that conveys a pure joy, a joy that becomes tangible, wearable. Collectors … Continue reading Asymmetrical Beauty