Sorrel Sky Gallery artist Patsy Davis first discovered scratchboard in the 80s but it wasn’t until 2013 that she started to truly focus on this art form. For the last 4-5 years, it has been her medium of choice, and the level of detail she achieves is astounding. In her words, “I can get as fine … More Made For Fur & Feathers
Join us for “The Wild Within,” featuring the wildlife paintings of Ned Aldrich, opening in May at our Durango gallery. Aldrich pushes past realistic rendering of wildlife, providing a window into the secret world that wild animals inhabit. His animal portraits capture moments in time; that split second before an eagle launches into flight, that slight hesitation … More The Wild Within
“Do I dare to eat a peach?” – The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock, by T. S. Eliot Peaches. Pears. Apples. Acorns. Oranges. Pomegranates. Emblems of luck, prosperity, luxury, youth, inner peace, affection.
“I’m still very traditional when you get right down to it. This is simply a new tool, a new medium. I don’t know how it will evolve technically. I don’t precisely see where it’s going and that’s part of the fun of it.” – Jim Rey A professional painter for close to 50 years, Jim … More Digital Sketches. A New Western Tradition.
SMALL WORKS OF ART AWAKEN INTEREST AND CREATE IMPACT SMALL ART DOES NOT MEAN SMALL IMPACT A small flower nestled amongst the larger rocks and shrubs may possibly be the prettiest example of beauty in the entire garden. Small works of art are like that small flower, surprising us and awakening our interest, creating impact … More Collecting Small Art. An Art In Itself.
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 … More 2019 Workshop Series
Plein air painters brave heat, rain, ever-changing light and a host of other elements to find inspiration, and capture the energy and vibrancy of a scene. Sorrel Sky Gallery is proud to host, for the third consecutive year, the 10th National Juried Members Show of the Plein Air Painters of New Mexico (PAPNM), the weekend … More Braving the Elements for Their Art
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 … More Six New Artists!
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 … More Southwest Inspired Spontaneity
Committed to painting from life, regardless of the challenges, Plein Air Artist of Colorado was established for the love of plein air painting, while enjoying the camaraderie of painting together outdoors. Join us at Sorrel Sky Gallery Durango, as we welcome these dedicated artists for their 22nd Annual National Juried Fine Art Exhibition. This event will … More For the Love of Painting Outdoors