Mountain Trails Gallery at Tlaquepaque celebrates the new year with Winter Light, featuring landscape paintings of sparkling snow in red rock country, warm sunrises and colorful sunsets by Western artists. Landscape paintings by Howard Carr, Betty Carr, Gregory Stocks, Bill Cramer, Joe Garcia and Richard Boyer are featured.

During the new year, the gallery will showcase an artist each month who creates a painting or sculpture that inspires admiration and is technically exemplary. Donna Howell-Sickles, known for her cowgirl mixed media paintings on paper, is an artist with a spirited vitality who lets her technical prowess in drawing show through each work of art.
“I Can See You My Friend” by Donna Howell-Sickles and “Good Impressions” by Joe Garcia are on display at Mountain Trails Gallery.
Howell-Sickles has been exploring the “layers beneath the cowgirl’s engaging exterior for more than 30 years,” she said. The National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame recognized Howell-Sickles for her commitment and celebration of the cowgirl’s self-reliant spirit.

Mountain Trails has been a destination gallery for traditional American Western art for more than 30 years with more than 40 dedicated painters and sculptors creating storytelling bronze sculpture, landscape and still life paintings, as well as figurative realism. The gallery is at 336 State Route 179, upstairs in Suite A-201. Call (800) 527-6556 or
282-3225 or visit mountaintrailssedona.com for more information.