Rod Kagan "North Fork Columns" photo
courtesy Rod Kagan
galleries & artists
summer gallery walks:
Friday evenings, 6pm — 9pm
Jul 2 | Aug 6 | Sep 3 | Oct 8 |
See our local gallery map (PDF—140kb)
KART bus service available
during gallery walks
Sun Valley Gallery Association Gallery
19th and 20th century folk art. Classic Native American artifacts,
vintage Beacon and Pendleton blankets, vintage wild west show posters,
Western movie posters—contemporary and vintage. Union Pacific-Sun Valley
travel posters. 520 4th Street, Ketchum. 726-1333.
Contemporary sculpture, painting and photography. Strong, yet accessible
work for a devoted multi-national client base developed over 20 years. A
dedicated and experienced staff is available for the serious collector
or those with site-specific needs. An easy-to-navigate website features
gallery’s artists who come from the United States, Asia, Europe and
Latin America. 391 First Avenue North, P.O. Box 597, Ketchum, ID 83340.
726-3036, fax: 726-9630.
international destination known for excellence in fine art since 1959,
the Zantman Art Galleries have served patrons for two generations with
an eclectic collection of paintings and sculpture by acclaimed artists
worldwide. Upon entering the elegant showrooms, you will immediately
encounter an atmosphere of tradition and quality in fine art. Open
daily. 360 East Ave. N., Ketchum. 727-9099.
Clayworks and Gallery
gallery features one-of-a-kind clay art as well as functional ware of
the highest quality made by Clayworks studio artists. The gallery is
located on the west side, lower level at 471 10th Street, #5-6B in
Ketchum. Look for our red awnings. (208) 726-4484. Web:
Western art and American Indian antiquities. Featuring a selection of
Curtis photographs (1898-1928) from The North American Indian, and
paintings of landscapes, western, Native American, wildlife and abstract
imagery. Contemporary works include Bill Barrett, Russell Chatham,
Michael Coleman, Brandon Cook, David Dixon, Glen Edwards, William
Lumpkins, William Matthews, Theodore Villa,
and Andy Warhol. The Courtyard, 360 East Ave, Ketchum. 726-4950. Toll
31 years of creating “Adornment As Art,” Christina Healy’s work is
the Sun Valley Lodge Gift Shop and Silver Creek Outfitters. Commissions
Davies Reid Tribal
in authentic Oriental, tribal and contemporary rugs and kelims. Also on
display are an extensive collection of Asian antique home furnishings
and architectural elements. Everything is hand selected on the owner’s
twice yearly trips to Central Asia and beyond. 131 First Avenue N.,
Featuring fabulous fine art by local and regional artists. A diverse
collection that boasts original art for every taste. Hand-made scarves,
jewelry by local jewelers, rocking horses, ceramics and other fine
gifts. Everyone is welcome to enjoy beautiful art in a comfortable
environment. 653 Sun Valley Road, Ketchum. Phone: 726-5517, Fax:
A collection of fine Native American art and craft work including
pottery, paintings, traditional and contemporary jewelry, storytellers
and ceremonial pieces of museum quality. Hand-carved, custom furniture,
books for collectors and children. Member IACA. 200 S. Main, Trail Creek
Village, Ketchum. 726-1305.
Eberhard is an Idaho contemporary artist. Through his vast travels and
love affair with nature, he has developed a unique style of painting.
Eric is represented in Sun Valley exclusively by the Zantman Gallery
or view his work at
Boloix Fine Arts
in rare works on paper and paintings by 20th century and contemporary
masters. Also showing select works by emerging talents from Europe and
America. 220 1st Avenue North, Ketchum (top floor of the Teal Building,
across from the Kneeland Gallery). 726-8810.
Gallery’s beautiful exhibition space occupies the very heart of
Ketchum’s “Gallery Row.” Featuring contemporary paintings and sculptures
by major artists from throughout the country and around the world. Sonja
Blomdahl, Christopher Brown, Enrico Embroli, Larry Fodor, Ann Gardner,
Gregory Grenon, Steve Jensen, Ann Mallory, William Morris, Trinh Nguyen,
Jenny Pohlman/Sabrina Knowles, Mark Rediske, Jane Rosen, James Shay,
Catherine Eaton Skinner, Sebastian Spreng, Lino Tagliapietra, Hiroshi
Yamano. Sun Valley Road at First Avenue, Ketchum. 726-4174. Seattle:
1210 Second Avenue. E-mail:
years exhibiting contemporary painting, sculpture, photography: Victoria
Adams, Bruce Beasley, Divit Cardoza, James Cook, Kris Cox, Bean Finneran,
Morris Graves, Michael Gregory, Jun Kaneko, Cole Morgan, Gwynn Murrill,
Marcia Myers, Luis González Palma, Christopher Reilly, David Secrest,
Julie Speidel, Therman Statom, Allison Stewart, Mark Stasz, Delos Van
Earl, Theodore Waddell. 2 acre sculpture garden. Framing and
installation services. 400 First Avenue North, Ketchum. 726-5079.
independent gallery exhibiting internationally and nationally recognized
artists and emerging Idaho artists. Featured are Dawn Emerson in pastels
made by her Ph.D. (physics) husband and Howard Carr, oil on canvas
painter featured on the cover of Southwest Art Magazine, and Crawfurd
Adamson of Hastings, England. Sun Valley Road at First Avenue. 725-5090.
Discover treasures, fine jewelry, fossils and mineral specimens.
Representing many fine jewelry and lapidary artists from around the
planet. Specializing in pearl designs. DeBeers Award-winning jeweler.
Mineral specimens for the serious and beginning collector. The
Courtyard, Ketchum. 726-3313.
Recently featured on HGTV 'MODERN MASTERS'. An independent Fine Crafts
gallery and working artist studio. Meet the artist, view limited edition
bronze sculpture and woodcarvings. Commissions accepted for carved doors
and fireplace mantels. 10TH STREET CENTER, A3 Lower Level. 726-2566.
Paintings, sculpture and jewelry by artists
living and working in the West. Including: Steven Lee Adams, Joe Anna
Arnett, Ovanes Berberian, Glenna Goodacre, Jineen Griffith, Donna
Howell-Sickles, Jennifer Lowe, Lori McNee Watson, Robert Moore, James
Larry Pirnie, Jean Richardson, Mary Roberson, Thom Ross, Carl Rowe,
Sherry Salari Sander, Andrzej Skorut. 271 1st Avenue N., Ketchum.
One of a botanical animal series totaling over 25 images composed of
elements reflecting their habitats and food sources, using dry brush
watercolor technique. Originals and limited editions of offset
lithographs. Commissions welcomed. Studio appointments: 622-9122. P.O.
Box 3, Sun Valley.
Toneri - R.C. Hink Gallery
Painting from her life experiences, Lynn Toneri creates a powerful yet
playful atmosphere in the gallery. Watercolors that are as unpredictable
as her subjects, from tight to loose, stylized to impressionistic. These
brilliant images of snow-covered peaks or meadows in bloom, turtle and
fish and wild fowl on wing light up the gallery walls and create a
continuing aura of excitement.
www.lynntoneri-watercolors.com. 400 Sun Valley Road, Ketchum.
Visit the studio of local artist and designer Vickey Hanson. Her
colorful watercolor prints of recreated historic Sun Valley photos have
been enjoyed by collectors for years. The artist’s latest work takes
vintage Sun Valley photographs of patterns in nature to create whimsical
and tasteful silk scarves and fashion pieces. Always something colorful
and new going on in her studio at Mountain Dreamworks, 131 W. 4th St.,
Ketchum or online
Original watercolors and prints by Nancy Stonington: landscapes and
florals of Sun Valley and the Northwest. Commissions on request. Contact
inquiries/orders. To review all images, please visit our site:
www.nancystonington.com. A catalog and collection of framed prints
are on view at the
Knob Hill Inn in Ketchum.
R.C. Hink’s studio is a magical place of fun and wonder where he creates
signature cowboy bootleg furniture including bar stools, armoires,
benches, beds, and off-beat sculptures. Ceiling trout and outrageous
sculptures combined with his distinctive furniture are also known to
reside at the Lynn Toneri-R.C. Hink Gallery, 400 Sun Valley Road in
Ketchum. R.C. Hink Studio: 720 N. Main St. D, Bellevue, ID 83313.
30 years as a Ketchum sculptor, Rod Kagan’s working sculpture studio,
gallery, and sculpture garden are located seven miles north of town at
206 Chocolate Gulch. Rod received the Idaho “Governor’s Award for
Excellence in the Arts” in 1990 and a national endowment grant in 1984.
PO Box 1144, Ketchum, ID 83340. Phone: 726-8860.
Art Glass Gallery
one of the largest selections of contemporary art glass in the
Northwest. Featuring the nation’s finest individual glass artists,
studios, and collaborative works in glass sculpture, functional glass,
and glass jewelry. Also other works in clay, fiber, and more. Sun Valley
Road & East Avenue next to The Elephant’s Perch, Ketchum. 726-2333.
Ketchum: 5th Annual Ketchum Arts Festival, July 9, 10 & 11, 2004. In
Stanley: Sawtooth Mountain Mamas Arts & Crafts Fair, July 17-18, 2004.
In Sun Valley: 36th Annual Sun Valley Center Arts & Crafts Festival,
2004. Call for appointment. 131 West 4th Street, Ketchum (under
Perry’s). PO Box 2218,
Sun Valley, ID 83353. Phone: 726-8100.
the splendor of the West through the exquisite photography of David
Stoecklein. David’s images salute the working cowboy and the landscapes
around Sun Valley. The gallery features fine art prints, lithographs,
coffee-table books, calendars, and rare Western memorabilia. Tenth
Street Center, Suite A1, across from Knob Hill Inn, Ketchum. 726-5191.
for the Arts
Wood River Valley’s premier educational arts organization. This
summer—adult, kids’ and family art classes; museum-quality art
exhibitions featuring artists George Nakashima and Hung Liu; outdoor
summer concerts including Ladysmith Black Mombazo and Pat Green; One of
the Top Ten Charity Wine Auctions in the US held July 22-24; our
nationally ranked Arts & Crafts Festival August 13-15; and lectures on
art and art history. Corner of Fifth & Washington, Ketchum. 726-9491.
Gallery & Wine
Contemporary paintings, drawings, photography, mixed media and jewelry
by nationally renowned and emerging artists. Exhibition openings and
receptions first Friday of the month. Peruse art while enjoying our
warm, cozy wine bar and
store. Wine tastings, classes, live music, artist lectures, discussions
and other events throughout the season. 680 Fourth Street, Ketchum.
Bay / The Crystal Gallery
Carlos Alberto’s whimsical creations, of “Bustamante” fame. A. Padilla
Quintero fine oils. Some of the world’s largest museum quality crystals,
amethyst geodes, fossils, rare and unusual treasures. Estate jewelry and
22k gold design. “Yodaware”—high fashion for the small dog. The Sun
Source—sun jewelry and wall hangings. “Gia” design fabrics. Gallery of
unique eclectic furnishings and gifts. 230 N. Main St., Ketchum (next to
the Casino). 622-7177. Tbaysv@aol.com,
acclaimed artist Will Caldwell’s studio gallery in Ketchum at 400 Sun
Valley Road. Will is known for colorful ethnic paintings, recently from
Guatemala, and vivid local landscapes in oil, pastel, and prints. Now
showing also in Telluride, visit
www.willcaldwell.com or call 726-9059.
Wood River Gallery
Exhibiting a colorful and eclectic collection of fine art. Wind
sculptures from Lyman Whitaker and Mark White. Water fountains by
Charles White. Stainless steel wall sculpture from Brent Lawrence.
Impressionistic wildlife oil paintings from Terry Lee and Sun Valley
originals and lithographs by world famous local artist Jane Wooster
Scott. 620 Sun Valley Road, Ketchum. (208)727-1001.