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Bearcloud Gallery & Native Cultural Center
7000 hwy 179 C 100, Sedona, AZ🇺🇸
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Contact Details

(928)282-4940

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Business Hours
  • Monday:

    10:00AM - 05:00PM

  • Tuesday:

    10:00AM - 05:00PM

  • Wednesday:

    10:00AM - 05:00PM

  • Thursday:

    10:00AM - 05:00PM

  • Friday:

    10:00AM - 05:00PM

  • Saturday:

    10:00AM - 05:00PM

  • Sunday:

    10:00AM - 05:00PM

Payment Methods
American Express, Samsung Pay, Discover, Visa, Cash, MasterCard, Check, Android Pay, Apple Pay, Diners Club
Business overview
The Bearcloud Gallery is now showing at The Collective of Sedona. It features the artwork and new outdoor art installations by Bearcloud who is known for his visionary imagery that tells stories of old Native ways of thinking. One can see deeply into his magical paintings opening up doors of spirit and mystical realms. The gallery features Jane Osti of the Cherokee nation. Her award winning pottery is accomplished thru the old Cherokee ways going back 1000’s of years. The gallery still has its classics like the Gadomski Family Manitou’s which are Ojibwa inspired kachina like hummingbirds, wolves, bears and some 50 other critters that carry the spirit of different animals bringing this amazing art to life. We are proud to highlight our popular award winning Stoneweaver jewelry who craft some of the best inlay in the world. We are thrilled to introduce our Native cultural center at the gallery. We are proud to highlight our popular award winning Stoneweaver jewelry who craft some of the best inlay in the world. We are thrilled to introduce our Native cultural center at the gallery. The center will share stories of ancient past and present spiritual traditions of the indigenous people and their ancestors who have lived in the area for eons. There are images of pictographs from the Sedona area and stories of their origins. Bearcloud is excited to present “the Wisdom Wall” where he will interview Native wisdom keepers from many traditions and ask them to answer one question: “What would you like the people of Earth to know”. This is an evolving project so please check in frequently to see how it all unfolds.