The Journey to Worldwide Recognition
“This is the most beautiful gallery I have ever seen!” proclaimed an excited visitor to Exposures International Gallery of Fine Art in Sedona. “How can there be this much artistic talent in one place?” expressed another. This amazing gallery, recognized as “One of the largest and most unique galleries in the world,” features spectacular contemporary, traditional and southwestern art created by gifted, world-class artists.
Upon arriving at Exposures, located in the heart of Sedona, the impressive outside display of monumental sculpture will take your breath away and the grand sculpture garden is certainly as memorable. A walk down the meandering art-lined pathway brings an irresistible invitation to explore 20,000-square-feet of artistic display. Respected author Judy Harper describes it as “Going from black and white to an energy-charged, over-the-rainbow OZ.” Striking bronze sculptures, provocative fountains, color-splashed paintings, photography of the Southwest, designer jewelry, stunning glass creations, plus sculpted bells that awaken visual and aural senses, are created by some of today’s finest living artists. With twists and turns through cozy viewing rooms the gallery unveils itself slowly, a perfect reflection of its devoted owners, Marty and Diane Herman, and their very talented, professional staff.
For over two decades Exposures has been voted “Best Art Gallery in Sedona,” selected “Best Art Gallery in Arizona,” recognized as “Best Jewelry Gallery in Sedona,” and named “One of the 25 Best Galleries in America.” These accolades further enhance Marty and Diane’s commitment to the arts and culture of Sedona.
The gallery’s reputation for artistic excellence reaches audiences worldwide. Collectors as far away as Europe and Asia look to Sedona for their art collections. These collectors often coordinate their travel plans to ensure they will be present during the gallery’s highly anticipated two-weekend Fall Shows, the annual Valentine’s Show, and selected one-artist shows. Locals and visitors alike know that these events are full of fun, magic and a feast for the eyes.