The month of December is all about a "Treasure Hunt of Beautiful Things" at Mountain Trails Gallery located in the Village of Tlaquepaque in Sedona, and the arts and culture magazine THE SCENE published by Sedona Red Rock News is highlighting the festivities in their December 1st publication. Mountain Trails Gallery invites "all who are fans of fine art and beautiful objects to join the fun which offers a variety of styles and subjects from detailed traditional to colorful contemporary, including story-telling figures and scenes, vibrant landscapes, realistic still lifes, bold florals, and dynamic wildlife in sizes ranging from miniature to life-size by some of the leading artists in Western art."
A major highlight in the December exhibition is a group of still life paintings by realist Sue Krzyston whose "exquisite compositions are filled with dramatic light on intriguing objects, all rich with the patina of history, including a ‘portrait’ pair of colorful moccasins, a strike-a-light bag, a warm Pueblo pot as the star attraction, and an uncommon Pueblo vessel, both resting on collectable woven blankets, and more." The galley is proud to be featured in the publication which devotes its pages to exceptional fine art to be found in the rich cultural environment of Sedona and the Verde Valley, Arizona.
Caw of the Wild, limited edition bronze, 16"H x 11"W x 18"D available at Mountain Trails Gallery Sedona
12-1-23 THE SCENE (Sedona Red Rock News)