The Southern Utah Art Guild created the gallery with the desire of enriching the cultural life of St. George and Southern Utah. The goal of the Arrowhead Gallery ETC is to provide an optimal environment for artists to showcase their diverse talents through creating, exhibiting, networking, and selling their art.
Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas Day
Arrowhead Gallery Side Walk Sale
Arrowhead Gallery celebrates
Arts and Humanities during the month of October. There will be a SIDEWALK SALE, so look for the balloons out front. We will have music and light refreshments from 1 pm to 3 pm. To celebrate, Arrowhead Gallery is offering a
10 % discount throughout the gallery all day and during the sidewalk sale each Saturday in October.
Don't miss it!
November Artist of the month
Mary Manning is an artist who works in watercolors, acrylics, and oils, with a twist: she accents many of her works with gold, silver and copper leaf gilding. She has paintings in private and public collections across North America and around the world. She began drawing and painting in childhood, excelling in portraits of pets and people.
Like Picasso, she developed her own ways to interpret landscapes and people, flowers and birds. She learns from Klimt, Georgia O’Keefe, Rembrandt, DaVinci and many other artists, contemporary and classical. She is a member of the American Watercolor Society, the International Society of Acrylic Painters, the Southern Utah Art Guild and the Dixie Watercolor Society. She enjoys painting in her home studio and outdoors, carrying her paints and easels with her. She has been elected Vice President of ISAP.
“Nature and the incredible beauties of the West inspire me constantly,” Mary says.
After a 34-year career as an award-winning journalist for the Las Vegas Sun Newspaper (on the Pulitzer Prize winning team 2009), The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists, and Nature, as well as national and international publications, 10 years ago Mary began her full time career as an artist. She always drew and painted, first realistic portraits and then developing her talents in abstract landscapes. She began serious studies in Chinese and Japanese art and design at the University of California, Berkeley and then Stanford University in Palo Alto, Calif. She studies with acrylic artist Nancy Reyner of Santa Fe, N.M., and watercolorist Roland Lee of St. George, Utah, Richard Schmid, and Cody DeLong of Jerome, Arizona.