The Arrowhead Gallery is a fine art gallery featuring a diverse selection of art from All Media - painting, photography, sculpture, etc. The gallery represents over 35 artists from Southern Utah.
The goal of the Arrowhead Gallery ETC is to provide an optimal environment for emerging artists to showcase their diverse talents through creating, exhibiting, networking and selling their art. The Southern Utah Art Guild created the gallery with the desire of enriching the cultural life of St. George and Southern Utah.
The Arrowhead Gallery and the Red Cliff Gallery are great places to find that prefect, unique, creative and original Holiday gift. Everyone loves the "Gift of Art".
Glen’s pottery has been highly influenced by Japanese pottery. He loves the simple shapes and beautiful colors of the Japanese ceramics from the mid 1960’s. His work reflects his travels and the desert in which he lives. He loves trees, birds, water, and beautiful sunrises and sunsets. He feels compelled to create ceramic ware. He makes 500 to 1,000 pieces per year, of which, he donates 250 to 300 pieces. His favorite shapes to make are bottles and bowls. He was the first director of the St. George Art Festival and the first director of the St. George Art Museum. He is a “Fellow of the Council” on The National Council for the Education in Ceramic Arts (NCECA). He has served on national, state and local boards which include, NCECA, Utah Arts Council, Year of the American Crafts, Southwest Utah Film Commission, President of the Southwest Utah Arts Council, and Member of the St. George Arts Council. He has received both national and local awards, the 2009 Award of Excellence in the Arts, and two awards from the National K-12 Foundation.
Sherrie Warren Spinelli
Sherrie has been an artist for over 50 years. At the age of 25 she decided to take a painting workshop which started her love for oils and landscape. She prefers studio painting as it gives her more time to put her expressions to work. She gained a great passion for landscapes while living in Indiana where she painted covered bridges and aging farmhouses. For many years she was a painting instructor at the Elkhart Art League and in 1979 she was President of the Art League. Later, she opened her own art school where she taught children’s and plein air classes. During this period she won numerous juried art shows. Later she decided to go back to college and finish her degree in Fine Arts and Psychology. Several years ago she moved to St. George, Utah where she teaches painting at her studio in Kayenta. She also has a private studio in the Electric Theater where her work can be viewed Tuesday through Saturday 11am-6pm. She likes to establish a dialogue with nature and experiments with primary colors on a much looser style. She tries to give each painting its own personality. Her favorite time to paint in her studio is at dusk “the mystical hours.”
We have a number of new artists as of November 1st. Additionally, number of artists have updated their art in the gallery as of November 1st. Please come in to see the new pieces and the work of all our artists.
Featured Artist Reception
The Arrowhead Gallery ETC proudly presents its Featured Artist Show for January.
Glen Blakley and Sherrie Warren Spinelli are the featured Artists for January. A reception in their honor will be held on Friday, January 13th, from 6 to 8 PM.
The public is invited.