Your Favorites From 2022



We’re about to jump into 2023 and we’re looking forward to seeing you there. As we do each year, we hope you’ll join us as we take a look back at some of our blogs that YOU, our fellow art lovers, especially enjoyed during 2022.

Thank you for sharing your love of art with us.

May your celebrations be happy and joyful!


Teec Nos Pos Navajo Weaving as seen at Sorrel Sky Gallery

Navajo Weavings From Then and Now

You enjoyed reading about various Navajo Weaving, their history, patterns, and symbolism. We’re so excited to have such a range of these beautiful and culturally historic weavings available at Sorrel Sky. If you haven’t yet, come and see them in person at Sorrel Sky Santa Fe … it’s likely you’ll find one you can’t live without!

Get a refresher on these three patterns – Teec Nos Pos – Two Grey Hills – Ganado


Sorrel Sky Gallery owner Shanan Campbell and gallery manager Masha Halavach.

20 Years and Counting!

You were just as excited as we were to celebrate Sorrel Sky’s 20th anniversary! As we looked back at the gallery’s history, we also shared a few details about the meaning behind the gallery’s name. The past 20 years have been guided by our core belief that creating and establishing, meaningful connections and relationships are essential to success. As we move into the next 20 years, we’ll continue to stay attuned to art collectors and art lovers, to YOU!

What does sorrel mean? And why did Shanan choose it? Refresh your memory!


Original artwork in private collection.

When Getting Framed is a Good Thing!

Your interest in getting framed was fantastic! Adding a high-quality frame to your original artwork, photography, or fine art reproductions is an art in itself. We shared seven tips to keep in mind when choosing the right frame and your response was so positive. Hope you’ve all gotten yourself framed since then!

Seven Tips for Framing Your Art


Painting of aspens in the spring by Roberto Ugalde as seen at Sorrel Sky Gallery

The Power of Gratitude

Like us, you deeply appreciated the simple reminder that we all need to pause and reflect on all the things we’re grateful for. Gratitude does so much for us personally and for those around us. May we all continue to find and feel gratitude as we enter a new year.

Gratitude is not only the greatest of the virtues but the parent of all others – Roman philosopher Cicero

Looking at 2023 with excitement and positivity.

We’ll see you there!

Check out our other blogs from 2022