Sorrel Sky Gallery Announces its 2017 Calendar of Events

DURANGO, CO and SANTA FE, NM: January 16, 2017; Sorrel Sky Gallery Durango and Santa Fe announces its 2017 Show and Event Calendar. With one, two and three person shows, featuring several of the gallery’s well-known artists, and many new ones, be sure to mark your calendars. Please contact the gallery for more information about … Continue reading Sorrel Sky Gallery Announces its 2017 Calendar of Events

Refresh Your Space

With the start of a New Year, we often look for ways to refresh our lives, infuse it with energy, be more efficient. The 2017 Pantone Color of the Year, “Greenery,” is refreshing and revitalizing, symbolic of new beginnings. Here is a simple way to generate those feelings in your home. When your surroundings are refreshing, … Continue reading Refresh Your Space

“Stretching the Boundaries” Contemporary Paintings, Cutting Edge Jewelry and Cinematically Styled Paintings Share the Spotlight at Sorrel Sky Gallery

Three-person show features western painters Carrie Fell and Maura Allen, and Navajo jewelry artist Cody Sanderson DURANGO, CO: May 18, 2016; The three-person show featuring contemporary western painters Carrie Fell and Maura Allen, and Navajo jewelry artist Cody Sanderson opens on July 7 from 5:00-7:00 p.m. at Sorrel Sky’s downtown gallery. The show spotlights paintings … Continue reading “Stretching the Boundaries” Contemporary Paintings, Cutting Edge Jewelry and Cinematically Styled Paintings Share the Spotlight at Sorrel Sky Gallery

Meet Western Painter Carrie Fell and Navajo Jewelry Artist Cody Sanderson at Sorrel Sky

Spotlight shines on two contemporary artists at celebration of Santa Fe gallery’s 2nd anniversary SANTA FE, NM: March 16, 2016; Meet contemporary western painter Carrie Fell and Navajo jewelry artist Cody Sanderson on June 3 from 5:00-7:30 p.m. at the opening reception of their show celebrating Sorrel Sky Gallery’s 2nd anniversary. The two-person show spotlights … Continue reading Meet Western Painter Carrie Fell and Navajo Jewelry Artist Cody Sanderson at Sorrel Sky