Arts, Galleries

Gail Severn Gallery

Hours of Operation

Monday – Saturday

Gail Severn Gallery represents young, mid career and established artists working in all media. For 40 years the gallery has built a national reputation for presenting energetic exhibition schedules, participating in international art fairs, facilitating museum exhibitions, and publishing books and catalogs for our artists.

Our building houses 4 distinct exhibition spaces in more than 8,000 square feet, combined with an outdoor sculpture court. In addition, the gallery has a 2-acre sculpture garden that provides a variety of unique environments for viewing intimate and large-scale sculpture including fountains and site specific installations, which change on a seasonal basis.

Sun Valley Idaho’s resort community brings together knowledgeable and beginning collectors in a warm and inviting setting where they can view artists from throughout the United States as well as Europe, Asia and Central and South America. The Gail Severn Gallery’s clients, artists and staff benefit from this unique and rich environment that fosters long term relationships.

Represented artists include: Jenny Honnert Abell, Victoria Adams, Nicolas Africano, Tony Berlant, Bo Bartlett, Squeak Carnwath, Linda Christensen, Jose Cobo, James Cook, Kris Cox, David deVillier, Betsy Eby, Tony Foster, Raphaelle Goethals, Morris Graves, Michael Gregory, Suzanne Hazlett, Jonathon Hexner, Jun Kaneko, Margaret Keelan, Judith Kindler, Lisa Kokin, Gary Komarin, Hung Liu, Lynda Lowe, Laura McPhee, Cole Morgan, Kenna Moser, Gwynn Murrill, Ed Musante, Marcia Myers, Carolyn Olbum, Deborah Oropallo, Luis Gonzales Palma, Robert Polidori, Robb Putnam, Christopher Reilly, Rene Rickabaugh, William Robinson, Alexander Rohrig, Jane Rosen, Brad Rude, Julie Speidel, Jack Spencer, Mark Stasz, Therman Statom, Allison Stewart, Inez Storer, Theodore Waddell and Laura Wilson

Museum quality framing, restoration, art consultation, and installations are available through Severn Art Services.


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