Meet renowned Native American artist Kevin Red Star as he signs limited editions of “Chile, Grapes & Wine” during Santa Fe Wine and Chile Festival. … More Chile, Grapes, and Wine
Join us for the 100th Indian Market! Meet and talk with our Native American artists, non-Native artists, guest artists, and collaborators. … More Celebrate the 100th Indian Market With Us!
Join us as Indian Market returns to Santa Fe. Meet and talk with our Native American artists, non-Native artists, guest artists, and collaborators. … More Indian Market Is Back! We’ll See You There!
Join us in-person or virtually to enjoy the works of Star Liana York, Kevin Red Star and Tony Stromberg. … More Join Us for “Colors of the West” and “Unbridled”
Santa Fe Indian Market is the largest and most prestigious juried Native arts show in the world and the largest cultural event in the Southwest. With its inception dating back to 1922, it now draws over 1,100 Native artists from the U.S. and Canada, and some 150,000 visitors from all over the world. Buyers, collectors, … More Join Us During Santa Fe Indian Market
“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.
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 are excited to announce that Kevin Red Star has been selected as one of the recipients of the 2018 Governor’s Arts Awards presented by the Montana Arts Council. The Ceremony and Reception will be at the Montana State Capitol on Friday, Dec. 7, 2018, from 3-6 p.m. The Governor’s Arts Award recognizes outstanding individuals … More Kevin Red Star to Receive 2018 Governor’s Arts Award from Montana Arts Council
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
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!