EVENTS & EXHIBITS


  • James Ratliff Gallery cordially invites the public to attend an one man show of Greg Heil with his lastest paintings on Friday, June 5th from 5-8 P.M.
  • The location is James Ratliff Gallery, 671 State Route 179, Suites A1 & A2, Hillside Sedona.

In his current yearly exhibition which he calls “Arizona High” Plein-air artist Greg Heil chose to focus on some favorite locations in Arizona’s higher elevations . Explains Heil, “I’d like to share some of my own favorite destinations which some people may not know in the hopes these areas might be experienced.”

Deftly using brushes, oil paints and his magical color sense, Greg Heil provides a lovely introduction to places many of us have never been including Canyon de Chelly, Vermillion Cliffs, and historic Arizona sites. Another highlight is Peach Springs at the floor of the Grand Canyon, and center of the Havasupai Nation where photo opts abound.

The one man show begins with an artist’s reception on Friday, June 5 from 5-8 P.M. and will be held at James Ratliff Gallery, Hillside Sedona. Greg will give a short talk at 6 pm.


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Navajo I

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Poppies Along the Creek

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Creek in the Grand Canyon

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Grand Canyon Ocotillo

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Cactus in the Grand Canyon

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Canyon De Chelly


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Email the Gallery or Phone: 928.282.1404

  • James Ratliff Gallery unveils the latest artwork of highly successful artist David K. John on Friday, May 1s at a public reception from 5-8 P.M. in an exhibition titled As They Guide Us. Mr. John will give a short talk at 6. This group of paintings and clay pieces gives us a further glimpse into the sacred world of the Navajos. The show will continue through May 15th.
  • The location is James Ratliff Gallery, 671 State Route 179, Suites A1 & A2, Hillside Sedona.

Hearing stories told by his great grandfather, a medicine man who helped raise him, David’s entire life and art has been deeply influenced by these profound teachings. In addition, David remarks that “Many of our young people are losing connection with their heritage which includes their native language.” Further comments David, “This tradition can only be experienced by listening to stories, songs, prayers and experiencing the ceremonies of the traditional people.”


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Dragonfly Yei

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Flurries

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Polen Mist

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Basket Dnacer

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Harvest Deities


For more information

Email the Gallery or Phone: 928.282.1404

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