Nestled comfortably in the Garland Building adjacent to Sedona's State Route 179 and the new "Roundabout" over Oak Creek, sits one of the oldest galleries in Sedona. In 1979, The Windrush Gallery opened its doors and is still in its original location. From it's humble beginnings as a quaint little gallery of 600 square feet, Windrush now boasts 1,800 square feet of gallery space, where one can find Traditional and Impressionistic Southwestern Art in Oils and Watercolors as well as Sculptures in Bronze, Alabaster, and Wood. The Gallery is under new ownership and in one years time the new owners, John and Jane McCullough, have transformed the Gallery into a showcase of local and regional artists.
Here is another painting for today by Utah Artist Don Weller. Don is a fabulous watercolor artist who paints the West. This piece is a 14"x21" watercolor titled "Looking West". Don has also just published a wonderful book full of images of his paintings along with stories from his life as an artist and Cutting Horse competitor titled "Watercolor Cowboys".