Matagi Sorensen Jewelry


Matagi Sorensen has been creating objects of art since he was a child. Although living primarily in the high desert of the Verde Valley in Arizona, his family spent time sporadically in the Phoenix area, and making arts provided a creative refuge as well as a way to contribute to the family’s income. With the realization that he wanted to pursue a career as a jewelry designer and craftsman, Matagi attended Northern Arizona University where he studied metalsmithing and jewelry. He earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in 2011.  Upon graduation, Matagi’s career has flourished with collectors and shows around the country. His contemporary style, which merges an urban sensibility with natural elements, reflects the two worlds he has moved through since his youth. Matagi is a member of the Yavapai Apache Nation and currently lives and works in Phoenix.
 

All pieces shown are representitive pieces of Matagi's work. Please Call Zen Mountain Gallery for information on what is currently available and pricing on Matagi Sorensen Jewelry and Fine Art    Phone: 928.634.5009

 

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Zen Mountain Gallery

515 Main Street
Jerome, Arizona 86331


Phone: 928.634.5009

 

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 Please join Zen Mountain Gallery for June Art Walk as we celebrate our fifth anniversary.
Zen Mountain Gallery has consistently represented the finest work from the best of local artists and today the gallery represents over thirty top artists from the region including the photography of gallery owner Christopher Mull.
 
The gallery represents a wide range of fine art, jewelry and pottery from Luna Patterson’s hand-built and pit-fired pottery with colors that echo the colors of the local red rocks to Komala Rohde’s unique jewelry designs. Erica Farieo’s whimsical and colorful ink and water color depictions of Jerome and the Grand Canyon reflect having grown up in the area and being a Colorado River guide in the Grand Canyon for 25 years. Donald Voss’ spiritually influenced works of ink on paper masterfully incorporate Eastern, Western and Native American influences. As well as Susan Moody’s spectacular kiln-formed glass art and much, much more. The underlying emphasis of the gallery is to represent the finest of local contemporary and contemplative artists.
 
Please join us for a glass of wine and food catered by Flatiron Café during Zen Mountain Gallery’s  anniversary celebration with a number of our artists in the gallery.