McKeown Online Galleries
JEWELRY
SCULPTURE
WALKING STICKS
Bronze sculpture by Deanne McKeown.
Also images of a new raven sculpture, 'The Seeker',
a companion piece to the suspended piece 'Because I Can'.
A collection of unique walking sticks and fine letter knives by Byron McKeown. All designs are exclusive to the McKeown Galleries.
ABOUT US
LETTER KNIVES
A collection of jewelry designs created by Deanne McKeown in sterling silver, gold, vermiel , semi-precious and precious stones. These designs are exclusive to the McKeown  Galleries.
CONTACT US
LINKS
BELLS & BELL PENDANTS
crossculture.biz
Kansas City Art Institute Album
GALLERIES
Sedona Arts Center, Sedona, AZ


Purcell Galleries, Tubac, AZ


Inner Eye Gallery, Sedona, AZ


Van Gogh's Ear Gallery, Prescott, AZ


Primary Elements, Cannon Beach, OR



www.sedonaartscenter.com
www.purcellgalleries.com
www.shoptlaq.com

www.vgegallery.com
www.primaryelementsgallery.com
You are invited to see the collection of over 150 unique crosses designed by Deanne and Byron McKeown at our website:
To order a copy of our book
describing each cross and it's
history, click here:
http://www.blur.by/M7YGs1
MEDICAL
ILLUSTRATION
Enchantment Resort, Sedona, AZ

Caravana Jewlery, Sedona, AZ
www.caravanajewelry.com
Karyn Gabaldon Gallery, Durango, CO
www.karyngabaldon.com
deanne@mckeowngalleries.com
LINE SHACK
HEART PINS
Wearable silver necklace bells and large sculpted bronze bells designed by Deanne McKeown.
A collection of heart shaped pins designed by Byron McKeown. Cast in white or gold bronze, these depict cowboy art of the 1800's.
A small representation of published illustrations created by Deanne McKeown during her career as a medical illustrator.
BECOME  AN  ART COLLECTOR!

Visit art galleries. Don't be intimidated! Buy what you like, like what you buy! Be fearless about art and artists! Be open to information, use art to meet new people. Buy on the payment plan. Make art and artists a lifelong study, take art appreciation classes. Don't always believe art critics, go see for yourself.
Acquire art with your eyes, not your ears. You can become 'art literate'. Trust your heart. Take time, slow down - put some art in your life!