Artists Of The Rim Fine Art Gallery Has Unique Work


Shoppers looking for truly unique gifts need to make one place their first stop -- Artists of the Rim Fine Art Gallery on Main Street, a co-op gallery featuring only local artists.

While all the work is one-of-a-kind, shoppers can find all price ranges, from $15 and up.

Artists with work in the gallery include:

  • Brenda L. Baker, who does two-dimensional work
  • Robert Barela, who works in Sierra stone
  • Conrad Chapek, who sculpts with manzanita wood
  • James Garrity, who creates fine jewelry
  • Peggy Gould, specializing in Rim Country landscapes
  • Jack Greenshield, who works in oils, focusing on the Grand Canyon, western landscapes and horses
  • Dixie Guldner, who creates works of art with gourds
  • Carolee Jackson, who is a ceramics artist
  • Donn Morris, who paints people, their place, their memories, their work, their play, their lives
  • Ruth Overton, who captures the soft colors of sunlight and shadows in her paintings
  • Bob and Glenda Roark, who work with a variety of media, including jewelry design, fine art, pottery and glass
  • Glenn Smith, photographer and custom framer
  • Alan and Carole Snyder, who are nationally recognized clay architects
  • Dick Wolfe, a silversmith who incorporates traditional Southwestern designs into contemporary jewelry

Artists of the Rim Fine Art Gallery is at 408 W. Main St. Hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday and Wednesday through Saturday and from 12:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday. The gallery is closed Tuesdays. For more information, call (928) 472-1159.

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