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Electric Theater Center - 68 East Tabernacle - St. George, Utah - 84770

Hours: Tuesday to Saturday - 11 AM to 6 PM


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.

Mission Statement

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.

Featured Artists

John Mangels

John began his artistic journey in 2007 after he moved to St. George, Utah and retired from a successful carrier in engineering, sales and marketing.

He began taking drawing and watercolor classes from local artists. He has also taken workshops from various Utah and National more

Maureen Booth

Becoming an artist was a lifelong dream of mine that finally came true when I attended SUU and graduated with a degree in Art in 1996. My children were getting older and I realized I needed something to do when I became an empty nester and that was the thing that intrigued me the most. I became passionate about art and after graduation opened an art studio called Brushworks in downtown St. more

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The Arrowhead Gallery ETC is a Southern Utah Art Guild project.

68 East Tabernacle, St. George, Utah 84770

What's Happening

Eddi Malloy was added to the Gallery. Stop by to see his work and the work of the other artists.

A Number of artists have updated their art in the gallery as of June 7th. Please come in to see their new pieces and the work of all our artists.

Featured Artist Reception

The Arrowhead Gallery ETC proudly presents its  Featured Artist Show for August / September.

John Mangels and Maureen Booth will showcase their paintings. A reception will be held in their honor on Friday, September 16th, from 6-8 pm at the gallery.

The public is invited.