Sedona’s Art Galleries
In a place of such boundless natural beauty, it’s no surprise that artists choose Sedona and its environs as inspiration. And they’ve done so for hundreds of years as can be seen in the ancient rock carvings, called petroglyphs, that decorate canyon walls throughout the region.
To see the Native American rock art that has endured millennia of wind, rain, and human history, you’ll have to strap on your hiking boots. A popular site for some light hiking is the Palatki Heritage Site, a few miles south of Sedona. For a more in-depth experience and a chance to see more petroglyphs, visit V-Bar-V Heritage site, where you can go for a scenic drive or even horseback riding to really get up close to the carvings. Try asking the concierge where to find the hidden gems or for some more challenging outdoor experiences!
If you’ve got an artist’s eye, or are looking for a unique souvenir to bring home, visit the Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village to browse galleries or have a nice meal. For a more handmade feel, try the nearby Bell Rock Art and Craft Show where you can shop for paintings, leather, jewelry, wood, metal, fountains, carvings and many Native American crafts.
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