Your Favorites From 2021

We’re ready to leap into 2022 and can’t wait to see you there. Before we say goodbye to this year and welcome in the new, here’s a look at some of our blogs that YOU, our fellow art lovers, especially enjoyed during 2021. Thank you for your interest and your loyalty. May your celebrations be happy and joyful!


Bronze sculpture of an Apache woman carrying her child as she flees a oncoming storm by Star Liana York as seen at Sorrel Sky Gallery

You loved seeing Distant Thunder brought back to life as much as we did. Renowned sculptor Star Liana York first created this sculpture of a strong woman in 1997 as a 30″ piece, then had it cast as a monumental version at 74″ high, adding more detail. When the mold suffered damage, the edition of 35 could no longer be fulfilled. But in 2021, over 20 years later, using new technology, Star was able to recast this dramatic bronze figure. A new edition at 36″ is also available.

Revisit Star’s personal description of Distant Thunder.


Black and white photograph of a bison in the snow at Yellowstone Park by David Yarrow as seen at Sorrel Sky Gallery

Your excitement matched ours as the gallery started representing world-renowned fine art photographer David Yarrow. Known for his oversized, monochromatic images, David’s approach is as immersive as it can be. Several scenes from his Wild West and Wildlife series were shot in Durango at the historic Diamond Bell Salon and with the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad. Be sure to see them in person at either Sorrel Sky locations or at

Read the two major factors that enable David to capture his arresting scenes.


Sorrel Sky Gallery owner Shanan Campbell with her father, Ben Nighthorse, during Santa Fe Indian Market

You were just as thrilled as we were about the return of Indian Market. A truly dynamic time of the year for Sorrel Sky Santa Fe, seeing you interact with our artists, guest artists, collaborators, and art advisors was such a joy. Indian Market is an amazing opportunity to establish new connections and strengthen existing relationships, and that’s exactly what you did!

Look back at who joined us during Indian Market 2021. Get ready for Indian Market 2022.


Painting of Billy the Kid "dancing" with his horse by Thom Ross as seen at Sorrel Sky Gallery

Your interest in what moves an artist to create a specific painting, sculpture, or jewelry design, prompted an idea for new series, The Stories Behind the Art. Exploring and discovering these stories from several of our artists was met with such a positive response, that we’ll be doing another soon, featuring more Sorrel Sky artists and their art.

Remind yourself of the stories behind works from Thom Ross, Doyle Hostetler, Tim Cherry, and Of Rare Origin.

Looking at 2022 with excitement and positivity.

We’ll see you there!

Check out our other blogs from 2021