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

Hours: Tuesday to Saturday - 11 AM to 6 PM

435-628-9592

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The Arrowhead Gallery is a non-profit, 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

Featured Artist Reception

The Arrowhead Gallery ETC proudly presents our  Featured Artists John Mangels and Barbara Marchant . 

You are invited to come to a reception in their honor that will be held on Friday, October 20th, from 6 to 8 PM.

Meet the artists, view the artwork, and enjoy light refreshments.  

John Mangels

 John began his artistic journey in 2007 after he moved to St. George, Utah. He began taking drawing and watercolor classes from local artists and workshops from regional and national artists. He then added pastel and acrylics. His goal as a painter is to translate the beauty of the red rock country into paintings that will inspire others to appreciate the beauty that surrounds St. George. His painting style has evolved into abstract realism after he fell in love with the California Style of watercolor painting. His current work, Abstract Reality and Beyond, is trending into more pure abstraction. My art is a journey and it will continue to evolve. John is a member of the SUAG Board of Directors and a signature member of the Dixie Watercolor Society. He has won numerous awards at various shows in the St. George area. 

68 East Tabernacle, St. George, Utah 84770
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The Arrowhead Gallery ETC is a Southern Utah Art Guild project.

Barbara Marchant

 Barbara’s love of nature and the desire to paint beautiful pictures began early in her life. Her eye was always drawn to scenic splendor. She began painting in high school and minored in art at Brigham Young University.  After graduation she married, raised a family of eight children and taught House Design at Southern Utah University. While working at the University, she was able to re-enter the world of art by taking numerous classes and later many workshops. In her paintings she tries to convey the sense of beauty and excitement she felt at the moment she saw the scene – the magic of light with the many colors and shadows it creates, the enchanting diversity in nature and the majesty of the wonderful world in which we live.