Flagstaff's Artist's Gallery is owned and operated by local artisans and for more than a decade this shop has been delighting the cultural community from its scenic location on San Francisco Street. The Gallery specializes in one-of-a-kind pieces including pottery, glass, photography, paintings, jewelry and much more. Quality is the catchword that keeps this vibrant gallery alive; while here, collectors can often meet the makers of these fine crafts in person.
Historic Beaver Street is lined with galleries, shops, breweries, restaurants and stores galore, always a nice place to come when you're in downtown Flagstaff. The Beaver Street Gallery brings a myriad of artwork, from sculpted pieces to oil on canvas, there is always something that piques the intellect and curiosity. The artists are not only locals either, in fact, some artists hail from Japan, China, the Netherlands and from elsewhere around the world.
The Hozhoni Artists Gallery highlights the work of those that have developmental disabilities and displays their art. Some of the pieces include oil on canvas, sculpture, mixed-media, photography, collage and other media installations. However, it's not all art and creativity, the non-profit collective also helps artists sell, ship and develop their skills on the business end as well.
Humphreys Peak B-24 Wreckage, a point located close to the Humphreys Peak, denotes the bitter remains of the plane crash that killed eight people on September 25, 1994. The aircraft was a U.S. Army Air Force B-24 Liberator Bomber and within it were 8 crew members on board, that became victims of the crash in this hilly region. Even today, engine parts, structure debris and an entirely intact wing of the aircraft can be viewed. In recent years, the place has become quite inaccessible, so one may require proper hiking skills to locate the place. However, for the history and military buffs, the Humphreys Peak B-24 Wreckage can certainly be visited.