Galleries in Durango
SCENIC APERTURE GALLERY
Address : 708 Main Avenue, Durango, CO 81301
Contact Number : 970-385-5853
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Scenic Aperture’s Durango Gallery is located in the heart of Durango’s vibrant art scene. It features fine-art nature photography of the four-corners area of the American Southwest. The gallery showcases landscape, wildlife, and nature photography by Frank Comisar, Durango’s own internationally collected nature photographer.
Frank spends most of his time traveling throughout North America making new images for the gallery or leading workshops for aspiring photographers. However, occasionally he can be found hanging out in the gallery. He is always happy to discuss how and where his images were made.
- Private Photography Tours
Their photography tours are fun and inspirational, private, and fully customizable. Learn to take control of your camera while staying in Durango. Develop your creative vision.
- Custom Designed Private Photography Workshops
Custom private workshops are typically 2 to 6 days for 1 to 6 photographers. They can take place anywhere you like and focus on subject matter best suited for your interests.
SORREL SKY GALLERY
Address : 828 Main Avenue, Durango, CO 81301
Contact Number : 970-247-3555
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Celebrating 20 years in 2022, Sorrel Sky represents over 100 artists, including acclaimed sculptor Star Liana York, world-renowned photographer David Yarrow, and internationally esteemed painter Kevin Red Star. Sorrel Sky exclusively represents the one-of-a-kind, collectible jewelry of former U.S. Senator Ben Nighthorse. Offering both contemporary and traditional Western and Native American fine art and jewelry, sculpture, ceramics, woodturning, and more. Discover something new, something rare, something unique.
Karyn Gabaldon Arts
Address : 680 Main Avenue, Durango, Colorado 81301
Contact Number : 1 970-946-8292
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A New Mexico Native, Karyn Gabaldon has always held an affinity with nature and Japanese art. The simplicity...yet complexity of interpreting nature and its magical moments is what Gabaldon seeks to explore and express in her work.
Living in Durango, Colorado, since 1973, Gabaldon is a Fort Lewis College alumni. After being a professional potter for 20 years, she began painting in 1991. "Clay taught me how to feel; Painting taught me how to see."
Gabaldon has owned and operated her own gallery since 1980. She blends her life with the continual development of art, business, and community.
Studio & Gallery
Contact Number : 1 908-403-9975
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Studio & Gallery is a gathering place for art and ideas in the heart of downtown Durango, Colorado. We’re a gallery and working studio space where artists and community have been coming together to express and connect since 2010.
Owned by five local artists who manage the space, we’re focused on providing opportunities for creative talent and encouraging the conversations that grow around them. We’re dedicated to spreading art and ideas in the name of progress.
Everything on display at Studio & Gallery is made by us or the select group of artists we represent. Our rotating monthly exhibitions are curated in-house and are ever-evolving affairs that bring together and showcase contemporary work from local, regional and national artists.
We love to share the unique visions and voices of our creative community and are inspired by the discussions they provoke. Next time you find yourself in the vicinity, please stop by, take a look around and join in on the conversation.
Toh - Atin Gallery
Address : 145 W 9th St, Durango, CO 81301, USA
Contact Number : 1 970-247-8277
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We are Toh-Atin Gallery, recognized nationwide for our quality works of Native American art. Whether you want a painting for your wall or Pueblo pottery by the finest artists, we have just what you're looking for. Find out why we are an art gallery where you can find that special piece and enjoy our personalized service.
We take pride in offering creations of value for sale to our clients. Our knowledge and experience in working with Native artists is the result of over 60 years of collecting, selling, and appreciating Native American Art.
Earthen Vessel Gallery
Earthen Vessel Gallery brings you a curated collection of handcrafted works created by independent artists from the region and from studios across North America. Representing over 100 artisans, we offer an extensive selection of contemporary jewelry, handmade apparel, metal, art glass, and pottery. Earthen Vessel Gallery first opened in Durango, Colorado as a pottery shop in 1976. Over time, we expanded our selection to include other forms of art and continued promoting the Handmade Movement. 99% of everything in our store is handcrafted.
Whether you are interested in adding to your own collection, looking for a gift, or want to take something back home to remember your trip to Durango, we will help you find that unique, thoughtful piece of art.
Earthen Vessel Gallery
Open Monday - Saturday
10 am - 5 pm
Paul Folwell Studio
Paul Folwell Studio, Folwell paints landscapes, skiers, musicians, dancers, along with Metal Prints, Giclees, Prints & Cards in a studio setting in Hermosa.
Folwell has been in the area since 1965, when he was first hired to be Head of the Ski Patrol at the new Purgatory Ski Resort. Went on to become Mountain Manager, remained at Purgatory for 17 years then retired to paint full time.
Durango Arts Center
DAC is a multi-faceted hub for community arts that hosts and promotes contemporary visual and performing arts, arts education, dynamic exhibits, and the annual Durango Autumn Arts Festival along historic E. 2nd Avenue. Over the years, DAC has built its reputation as a local arts industry leader and has been working diligently to ensure that the arts continue to thrive in the Four Corners region and beyond.
Diane West Jewelry and Art Gallery
Diane West Jewelry & Art is located in downtown Durango, Colorado, just two doors north of the visitor center. Featuring contemporary fine art and handmade jewelry by both local and nationally known artists we strive to bring cutting edge, innovative modern art to the community and visitors of Durango.
Visit us in our newly remodeled historic building with original tin ceilings, hardwood floors and brick walls - a perfect setting to showcase jewelry and art of the highest quality.
We specialize in custom pieces and one of a kind wedding rings and offer a wide variety of jewelry to insure that we have something for everyone.
Our friendly and knowledgeable staff is always happy to assist in the selection of artwork for home or office. With fresh work arriving weekly our goal is to have the perfect fit for every space and budget.
Create Art and Tea
There is one thing that is a constant source of inspiration and uplift to the Human Spirit—Art.
The Creative Spirit of Art carries its own unique movement of expression, in multi-dimensional experimentation and representation. In this realm of expression, our deepest emotions and hidden passions can come to life. Art gives us the opportunity to live in the moving moment that is felt within. We experience a union there. And this union feeds our search for that movement. It motivates the artist, the creator. A sacred circle is completed.
The great union of Spirit and Creative Expression seeks its source through many interpretations. There is fascinating research that studies, in depth, Spirit’s connection with Art—for example Monet and his Impressionist paintings. Interpretations long to enter a deeper knowing of the art form. There is a feeling of connection that yearns to reveal the original inspiration. Or perhaps to simply journey in its Wonder!
Create’s Mission is to represent and promote the Creative Spirit that lives in us all, to honor our connection to Inspiration and Creativity. There are many different mediums represented in our “Little Shop of Wonders.”
Museum of Impressionism
John Modesitt decided to move out of San Diego and retire here in Hermosa, Colorado. He lives and works on the property.To honor his work, his daughter and wife dubbed his studio a museum. Although not a public museum, the name inspired him to continue his passion.