Spiritwind Art Gallery in Sedona Arizona artists include:
Dina Farris Appel: The Art of Trompe l'oeil
The art of trompe l'oeil (meaning fool-the-eye) relies on techniques such as masterful use of shadow, precisely calculated perspective and smooth almost invisible brush strokes. It is an ancient art form that creates the illusion of three-dimensional objects on a two-dimensional surface. Dina Farris Appel masterfully and eloquently demonstrates the Art of Trompe l'oeil.
Tony Deluz: Gouache Originals & Giclees
Artist, Illustrator and Teacher, Tony DeLuz paints this nation's people and their pastimes, with an eloquent style that uniquely captures all that is Americana. Vegas lights, classic cars, art deco hotels, diners, carnivals and urban landscapes are all included with heartfelt portrayal in Tony DeLuz's art.
John Gibson: Gourd Maestro
Using Southwestern, Native American, wildlife and contemporary designs, John Gibson turns gourds into magnificent art.
Chris Hopkins: Oil on Canvas
Whether from government or sports, the entertainment industry or private collectors, Chris Hopkins' talents have been eagerly sought to commemorate, portray, advertise or immortalize the people and events of our age. Chris Hopkins' work is in collections at the Library of Congress, the White House, and NFL Properties; from the Super Bowl to the Persian Gulf War, Chris' paintings have been commissioned to depict the heroic ideals that define American culture.
Melinda Jennings: Original Oils & Limited Edition Giclees
Represented by fine art galleries in both Arizona and California, Melinda Jennings's exquisite Oils on Canvas combine grand old houses, lush vegetation and wrought-iron gates.
Dale Martin: Master of Pastels
Dale Martin is an honoree of the Pastel Society of America. Dale Martin's paintings are found in museums, and are in many private and corporate collections.
Wendy Salin: Sculpting the Human Form: Contemporary Figurative Bronze Sculptures
Wendy Salin creates the type of work she wants--sculptures that live. Wendy Salin explains: "I am very passionate about creating figurative bronze sculptures that celebrate the human spirit,". "They're the precious moments, the unexpected, the reflective and the fleeting, touchstones of our existence. It is my hope that each will give voice to these universal ideas and compel viewers to share in the experience."
Martha Saudek: Landscape Impressionist,
Martha Saudek, a native Californian, began painting at the age of five. Martha Saudek's fine oils are in private collections throughout the United States as well as Europe, Japan and Taiwan.
John Spannagel: Original Oils & Limited Edition Giclees
John Spannagel, passionate in furthering artistic awareness, education and opportunity for children, was nominated for the 'State of Arizona Governor's Art Award'. His work, found in numerous fine art galleries throughout the Southwest and in private collections around the world, is recognized to be among the best and most creative contributions to this state.
Robb Woods: Grand Canyon and Sedona Arizona Masterpieces in Oil
Internationally acclaimed artist Robb Woods is known for his spectacular paintings of the Grand Canyon and Sedona Arizona
Peggy Wyman: The Art of Pine Needle Basketry
Starting a basket begins a conversation between the pine needles, the thread and my hands, with the materials directing the form they wish to take, explains Peggy Wyman. The basket is done when that conversation ends.
Paula Yates: Figurative Bronze Sculptures
The playful innocence of Figurative Bronze Sculptor Paula Yates, capturing the freedom and energy of women and children at play, will capture your heart. Be sure to see Paula's bronze sculptured swings.