Cathedral Moon Triptych
Over the years, as a Sedona artist, I’ve had many different requests from people who would like to see a particular Sedona landscape art formation in my unique style. Cathedral Moon triptych is one of them. Examples of these requests within the Munds Wilderness area of Sedona alone, are Coffee Pot Rock aka “Sailing Sedona’s Sky,” “Snoopy Rock,” and “Rabbit Ears.” More recently, I received a request from a local business owner to interpret what I thought a Sedona Vortex would look like to be. From this inspiration, this Sedona landscape painting came about “Bell Rock Vortex.” And no, that’s not lava coming out of Bell rock!
The Single most photographed Sedona landscape Image in Arizona
And so it goes that “Cathedral Rock” is the number 1 choice for the millions of Sedona visitors. From hiking, it’s challenging trails to view it from the Templeton trail or the “Baldwin trail, locals and visitors alike can’t get enough of this iconic Sedona landscape image formation.
The latest request Cathedral Moon Triptych
Cathedral Moon Triptych is the most recent Sedona landscape, a request that came from a Sedona local, asking if I could insert a full moon behind what is known as “the Lovers” in the top, center of Cathedral Rock. Once she saw this newly created Sedona landscape painting that she had inspired, she was moved to ask if I could generate it in a “triptych” format. And that’s precisely what I did!
Twelve and counting …
The unrivaled beauty and majesty of the Cathedral Rock formation have moved me to paint twelve different versions – each from uniquely different times of the day or different perspectives. “Creekside Cathedral” (the one I licensed to Warner Bros.) is the version I used to create “Cathedral Moon Triptych.” Others include “Sedona’s 1st Light”, “Fire In The Sky,” “Sedona’s Cathedral Rock,” “Church House Rock,” “Sacred Reflections,” “Cathedral Magic,” Whimsical Daydream, Sedona’s Sacred Heart and Soul, and Vortex Lovers, and now Cathedral Moon Triptych. Take a look at them and see which one of these Sedona landscape paintings you like the best!