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Goldenstein Gallery Public Art Exhibit at Sedona City Hall
As an art lover one of my favorite things about Sedona is there are numerous opportunities to view public art! One of my favorite exhibits, on loan from Goldenstein Gallery, is Sedona City Hall Plaza. There are sixteen pieces: life-sized and monumental sculptures by internationally renowned artists James Muir, David Phelps and Sherab Khandro and an interactive Bell Garden featuring the reclaimed metal bells of Cheston Trammel.

The young couple in James Muir’s “The Dance” swirl in complete joy on their wedding day somewhere in the old west right outside City Council doors. His Caduceus soars majestically in the center of the plaza and visitors can find themselves reflected back when they gaze upon “The Holy Grail” placed beneath a tree.

Cheston's reclaimed metal bells are placed throughout the plaza. Each one has a distinctive melodic tone and is made from "reclaimed" pieces such as picks from the Jerome mines and other precious pieces of Arizona history.

David Phelps life-sized whimsical pieces reminded me to take a breath and relax.

My favorite piece was Sherab Khandro's limited edition bronze “Wheel of Compassion” that now sits directly outside the doors to the City Council chambers, and invitation to all to spin the wheel and center themselves.

You can find more out about the artists by visiting Goldenstein Gallery directly, calling 928-204-1765 or visiting their website: www.GoldensteinArt.com
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