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Sorrel Sky Gallery
A distinctive collection of contemporary and traditional fine art and jewelry for both new and experienced art enthusiasts.
Special Info:

Over the past weeks, we’ve monitored this developing situation and have been enhancing our already high cleaning standards by implementing specific guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). We’re respecting the need to not shake hands, providing hand sanitizer for your use as you enter and exit the gallery. Surfaces are being disinfected and jewelry is being cleaned before and after it is tried on. We’re all following the minimum 20 second-rule for handwashing and asking associates who feel ill to remain at home. We will continue to hold to these standards

 

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Business Info:
(970) 247-3555
828 Main Avenue
800 block of Main
Description:

Sorrel Sky GalleryDurango's must-see gallery, represents over 50 local and regional artists, including acclaimed sculptor Star Liana York, and internationally renowned painter Kevin Red Star. Sorrel Sky exclusively represents the one-of-a-kind, collectible jewelry of former U.S. Senator Ben Nighthorse. We also represent Peggy Immel, Cody Sanderson, Maura AllenRay Tracey and Peter Woytuk, among others. Offering both contemporary and traditional Western and Native American fine art, jewelry, sculpture, ceramics, woodturning and more. Discover something new, something rare, something unique.

Founded in Durango, CO in 2002, Sorrel Sky Gallery opened its second location in Santa Fe, NM in 2014. We offer exceptional, personalized service, with the goal of establishing meaningful, lasting connections between our artists and our clients. Keep up with us on Facebook, Pinterest, Issuu, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram, and LinkedIn. Each year Sorrel Sky Gallery hosts 1, 2 and 3-day workshops. Artists share their expertise and techniques, expanding your knowledge and building confidence. Visit our website to learn more! 

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