Sedona’s Cathedral Rock
I have finished a landscape of Sedona’s Cathedral Rock in 5 different versions. Creekside Cathedral, Church House Rock, Sedona’s 1st Light, Fire in the Sky & Cathedral Magic (the cropped version). Offered as large-scale panoramas are Creekside Cathedral, Sedona’s Cathedral Rock, and Fire in the Sky.
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Painting from Photographs
I never create “Plein Air” which means to be on location when creating a new landscape. Although the Sedona Arts Center sponsors a “Plein Air” contest yearly, attracting 1,000’s of art enthusiast. The reference I used this time for Sedona’s Cathedral was from some folks I met while dancing at the “Spirit Room” in Jerome, AZ. We started talking, and they said they just hiked Cathedral Rock and took this photo. I asked if I could honor them by doing a painting of it and they said yes!
Sedona’s Orchard Industry
Most agriculture in early Sedona was for home consumption, or for a limited seasonal market in Flagstaff and the boom town of Jerome.Using water from Oak Creek, both the Native Americans and our first Anglo settlers irrigated small patches of ground to raise food for their families. Every homestead had a vegetable garden and a collection of chickens, turkeys, and pigs. Cattle provided beef as well as milk and butter. But it was fruit growing — mainly apples and peaches — which played the most significant part in the early Sedona economy.
Sedona’s Cathedral Rock was Once a Volcano
Once a volcano 15 million years ago, it is a famous landmark on the Sedona skyline and is one of the most-photographed sights in Arizona, the USA. Offered is this canvas print in 2 different formats. This original 24” x 36” x1.5” canvas is available. Of course, art prints are also available, as canvas prints & metal prints.