I’ve always struggled with naming my new Sedona art. To make things easier, I held a contest where I gave away an 18″ x 28″ Sedona landscape painting giclée to the person who came up with the best title. That’s how the Sedona landscape painting “Sweet Dreams” got its name. “Sweet Dreams” was chosen as the winner from 99 entries. The original Sedona landscape art was created using acrylics on canvas. Some of the other names that were submitted included Daydream, Magical Sedona, Whimsical Sedona, Fly with Me, Crazy World, Painted Desert, Magic Kingdom, and Ananda.
Sedona’s Cathedral Rock
In the past, coming up with the name of a particular Sedona landscape painting of a place was comfortable, like “Sedona’s Cathedral Rock.” But since I’ve painted “Cathedral Rock.” in 13 different versions, it was a challenge to name the other styles like Vortex Lovers, Sedona’s Sacred Heart, and Soul, Cathedral Moon, Cathedral Magic, Sedona’s 1st Light, Fire in the Sky, Church House Rock, Creekside Cathedral, Sacred Reflection, Whimsical Daydream,
As you walk along the Bell Rock Pathway, you might come across the breathtaking view of Courthouse Butte, which is located in the village of Oak Creek, Sedona. This view inspired me to create a stunning Sedona landscape painting called “Sweet Dreams” in the style of “Vivid, mystical landscapes.” As a resident of Sedona, I feel incredibly fortunate to be constantly surrounded by such natural beauty that inspires my art.
Sedona Landscape Art
Other examples of Sedona landscapes include Creekside Cathedral (licensed by Warner Bros. for their media series “Snatchers“ Sedona Cactus, Pitiado, and, Enchantment. If you’re looking for a vast panorama, then “Monument Valley” is for you.
Like many rock formations here in Sedona, Castle Rock is aptly named with its turrets and towers. Others are “Coffee Pot Rock,” “Snoopy Rock,” and the single most photographed image in all of Arizona is “Cathedral Rock,” which I’ve created in 13 different versions. Then came “Fire in the Sky,” “Cathedral Magic,” “Church House Rock,” “Cathedral Rock,” and “Sedona’s 1st Light.” to name a few.