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Sedona Sculpture

During the last fifty years or so, art has been vitally important to the economic health of Sedona.  However in recent years tourism has expanded tremendously, and with it the demand for paintings, sculpture, and other art forms.  Paintings tend to feature southwest themes, as well as the scenery around Sedona.  But the increasing emphasis on sculpture seems more eclectic.    Some examples are shown below. 

 

Child in Pond with Frog

Dancer

 

 

 


Children Playing on a Log

 

 

 

Colorful Weather Vane

Warrior

 

 

 

 

Indian Woman Carrying Water - At Tlaquepaque

Ancient Mask at Tlaquepaque Fountain

 

 

 

The TALL Dogs