Thursday, July 21, 2016

Native American Decor


I paused my tour of the Sheraton Grand Wild Horse Pass Resort to celebrate a historic anniversary yesterday but, today I'm back inside the convention facility at this beautiful resort.  This is the building full of meeting rooms and ballrooms.  The design is still very native and yet very modern at the same time.




I loved the light fixtures that run along the walls in this long hallway.  What a unique and attractive design.






























The area is full of wonderful southwestern artworks by artists who actually live and work in this area.  


This painting is by Amil Pero and it's called "Estrella Trails".

Tomorrow I'll show you the main building at this resort.

10 comments:

Christine said...

I love the woodwork and light fixtures and its great local artists have had their work displayed here.

Steve Reed said...

That light fixture reminds me of a scorpion!

Bill Nicholls said...

Looks a very posh place to stay

Judy said...

the inside looks a lot like the Prescott Resort. I wouldn't mind having that last painting.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Everything about this resort has been thought out so carefully Sharon, it really is beautifully done. The light fittings are really unique and the artwork fab!

Lowell said...

It all looks warm and inviting. I like the skylights in that long hall.

Mo said...

Ans I thought they lived in tents!

William Kendall said...

The interior appeals to me!

RedPat said...

The place looks so comfortable, Sharon! I like it a lot!

Kate said...

All of the Native Amerian establishments I have visited in the Southwest have impressed me, the design of the architecture plus the artwork!