Bell Rock Vortex
I created this southwest Sedona landscape painting of the Bell Rock Vortex. Many of my collectors have requested that I do a Sedona landscape painting depicting a “Vortex,” So, here it is, Bell Rock, in my unique style. A Vortex is a place in nature where the earth is exceptionally alive with energy. The term Vortex in Sedona refers to a place where the earth energy swirls and draws to its center everything that surrounds it like a tornado depicted here in this oil painting. At these magical sites, trees often exhibit this swirling or twisting of their trunks due to the powerful vortex energy at the core of a Sedona landscape Vortex.
Different Versions of this Contemporary Sedona Landscape
A distinct version of this Sedona landscape of this Bell Rock Vortex with the raven and vortex prominent is available “Bell Rock Raven.” Also available is “Bell Rock Raven Vortex“ in a slightly less wide format. Bell Rock is just one of Sedona’s landscape famous landmarks. Others include Snoopy Rock, which looks like Snoopy lying on his back on top of his dog house. Then there’s “Red Rock Crossing“ home of Sedona’s Crescent Moon Ranch.
Cool off after visiting the Bell Rock Vortex
Of course, if you want to cool down, visit Slide Rock State Park. Situated alongside an apple orchard, Slide Rock is 80 feet long and 2.5 to 4 feet wide, with a seven percent decline from top to bottom. Algae on the rocks create a smooth ride.
Slide Rock includes a 1/2 mile of Oak Creek that is open for swimming, wading, and sliding. The world-famous slide that our Park is named for is an 80 foot-long slippery chute that’s worn into sandstone. The Park is just up the road on 89A from Sedona.