Throughout their fifteen year history Goldenstein Gallery has consistently championed opportunities to create a life enhancing experience…bringing artist and collector together. To Linda Goldenstein the spirit of collaboration connects everything from the experience that artists and collectors have to the gallery’s reach throughout Sedona.
Now with exhibits citywide, the award winning gallery continues to break new ground. From their exciting new space, located in the heart of Sedona at the “Y,” visitors to the gallery are able to walk to multiple public exhibits featuring breathtaking work by the gallery’s artists. They will even take those interested on private tours of their art exhibits throughout the city.
A short stroll away from the gallery they have a vibrant group of both local and visiting artists who will be working onsite at the renowned L’Auberge de Sedona throughout the fall season as part of their Artist In Residence program. The artwork being created ranges from clay and wax sculpting for bronze casting and painting styles such as Plein-air, mixed-media and pointillism. Visitors can interact with the artists, ask questions about their work or preferred art medium, and learn about the art scene in Sedona. Please click here for a complete listing.
Visitors are also invited to enjoy a special exhibit, curated by Linda Goldenstein, “Large Scale in the Lodge at L’Auberge” showcasing the work of a diverse group of artists in a variety mediums and styles. Exhibitions of paintings and sculpture are also placed throughout the resort both inside and out.
Although Linda and the gallery have worked with hundreds of artists, including respected museums & community exhibitions, the gallery now focuses on over 60 fine local and regional artists. They have been named Best Gallery in Sedona for a record 10 years running and for the past four years they have been chosen Best Gallery by Market Surveys of America. In 2009 they received the Sedona Mayor’s Arts Award as a business that has heavily contributed to the growth of the arts as a living entity in Sedona and in January of 2011 they received the Pride of Arizona Award for Best Gallery. Recently USA Today’s 10 Best named them the number 1 place to shop in Sedona. This summer Linda Goldenstein was the recipient of Rotary Sedona’s Make a Difference Award.