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Anna’s Hummingbird photo by Lisa Meyers Swanson

Cathedral Rock photo by Beth Kingsley Hawkins 

Exhibitors 2023

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Gamini Ratnavira - Hidden Forest Art Gallery

Renowned Sri Lankan wildlife artist, Gamini, will be exhibiting his original paintings of hummingbirds and painting the dazzling Marvelous Spatuletail as his presentation for the Sedona Hummingbird Festival. A portion of the proceeds from the sale Gamini’s art will be donated to the Hummingbird Society. Check out more of his hummingbird paintings, below!


 Hidden Forest Art Gallery

HummViewer - John and Joan Creed


(Above) John Creed observing 3 hummingbirds at once - all thanks to the HummViewer!

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John and Joan live in Loveland, CO. They share a lifelong fascination and passion for hummingbirds. Over the past 40 years they have observed these birds unmatched natural abilities by watching & feeding them from the deck of their family cabin in Westcliffe, CO.


It was through watching and learning, from afar, that made John want to get a closer look. He spent 2 years researching, designing, and testing a wearable hummingbird feeder. The HummViewer was finalized in 2017 and made its debut on Denver’s local NBC affiliate, NEXT with Kyle Clark. John received a patent for the HummViewer in 2021.

In 2022 John and Joan pitched HummViewer on Shark Tank. They made a deal with Daniel Lubetzky, founder of KIND brand foods, who has a shared connection with hummingbirds. A once in a lifetime opportunity for John, Joan and HummViewer!


The HummViewer is a wearable hummingbird feeder that provides an observational sensory experience to feed and observe hummingbirds up close.

HummViewer Website

(Above) Side view of a hummingbird drinking from the HummViewer.

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Claudia Cooke - Red Hills Gallery

Claudia designs and creates gifts of metal for garden and home including hummingbird ornaments. 


She also has a love of photography, and prints her images on metal. She is locally owned and has been operating since 1986.


Red Hills Gallery

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Chuck Watkins Art

Chuck Watkins is a full-time artist who has specialized in oil painting birds and wildlife for 11 years. During this time, he has produced around 100 paintings per year and traveled extensively throughout the Southwest to participate in 26 art shows annually. Click link to see his website.

Shop Watkins Art

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Kate McKeough - Sundreams

I've always been drawn to the sparkly, whether beads, crystal or rocky quartz on sandy beaches. My journey as a bead artist began when, on a trip to NYC in the early 1970s, I purchased my first vial of beads. It was in 1988, when I moved to NM, that I learned the various Native American jewelry beading techniques and began creating beaded jewelry.

Graduating to window décor in 1995, and continuing to this day, I blend beadwork & gemstones with antique, vintage & new chandelier crystal prisms dangled off hand-woven dreamcatchers or crystal focals, creating unique window chandeliers & suncatchers.


Of special fun are my hummingbird sun catchers and window chandeliers which I continue to exhibit in stores, galleries, art shows in New Mexico, Colorado,

Texas, Arizona, and on my website, and Etsy store.



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Leanne Lee

Her art is formed, manipulated, and created using various conventional and non-conventional tools. A wet saw, hand grinder and her grandfather’s antique shoe making tools help define the marble. Scrimshaw tools are also used to pick out the intricacy of her art. 

Her subjects for oil painting include wildlife and the scenic mountain beauty of Colorado and the raw desert picturesque areas of Arizona. As she was a “snowbird” between these states, she gets some phenomenal subject matter. 

Her marble comes from the Yule Marble Quarry found in the cool high mountains in Marble, Colorado. Here our nation has acquired this pure marble for some of our well-known National Monuments, such as the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and Lincoln Memorial. In Arizona, the Mohave County courthouse in Kingman, Arizona also has this wonderful marble. 

The Yule Marble Quarry has been considered to have the highest quality in the world. Leanne is thrilled to have the opportunity to show her art on this magnificent stone. Each piece is completed with Damar Varnish to reserve her creativity and for all to enjoy for years to come. 

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The Lookout & Hallmark (Jay's Bird Barn)

Jay’s is a wild bird and nature gift store with two locations: Prescott and Flagstaff, Arizona.


They specialize in products to attract wild birds in order to observe them, including bird feeders, seed, hummingbird and oriole supplies, field guides and more. 


They are an authorized Swarovski and Vortex Optics dealer.

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K & S Hummingbird Creations

We try to capture the Beauty of Hummingbirds with Custom Flagstone Paintings, adding sparkle and dimension to highlight the beauty of these Magnificent Birds! 


We also have custom created NoteCards and other beautiful Southwest Paintings.

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NatureTies - Jennifer Knotts

NaturesTies are pictures uniquely created by Jennifer Knotts from neckties and stitched to canvas background.  The pictures are created keeping in mind the connection between the essence of the hummingbirds and their connection to humanity. Many different pictures are created of these mystical magical birds in this collection.

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El Jardin del Colibri -

The Hummingbird Garden

Handmade pottery, exotic plants, and garden gifts for the hummingbird lover in your life. We are a family owned, San Diego based business, specializing in handmade gifts from all around the world. Our name means “The Hummingbird Garden” in Spanish. We specialize in Talavera, Teakwood Furniture, Custom Live Edge tables, cacti, plumeria, desert roses, and many other hummingbird attracting plants.

El Jardin del Colibri Website

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Charles Decker

Charles Decker is an award winning contemporary Native American Artist. Stop by his booth during the festival to watch as he creates Live Art while talking about the history and culture of the Sedona area! He and his ancestors (Dilzhe'e Apaches) have been occupying the Sedona areas for a long time. For Charles, the Hummingbird is a very iconic/spiritual being through his cultural religion, identity, day to day movements and creation story. Decker can't wait to share his thoughts, and learn from your connections!

Charles Decker's Website

Butterfly Wonderland

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Is a rainforest experience, located in Scottsdale, Arizona

As one of the largest butterfly conservatories in North America, Butterfly Wonderland is a lush, tropical paradise alive with thousands of friendly butterflies from all over the world.  It is one of the best activities for families and visitors of all ages.

Butterfly Wonderland

Northern Arizona Audubon Society

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Northern Arizona Audubon Society (NAAS) serves Flagstaff, Sedona, and the Verde Valley.

We wish to spread the love of nature, the outdoors, and birds. To fulfill our mission, we host events to share our knowledge and passion, we participate in citizen science, we engage in advocacy action, and we promote conservation of all animal and plant species. You can help! Whether you become a member, donate or simply share your appreciation of birds, you are making a difference.

Northern Arizona Audubon Society

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Tucson Audubon

Tucson Audubon inspires people to enjoy and protect birds through recreation, education, conservation, and restoration of the environment upon which we all depend. Specifically, they help people connect with wild birds, study and protect wild birds and their habitats, speak out for wild birds and their homes, and create sustainable wild bird habitat.

Tucson Audubon


The Benefactors of Red Rock

State Park

The Benefactors of Red Rock State Park is the non-profit partner to the park. The park itself is an environmental Education center and birding destination in Northern Arizona.

The Audubon Society has designated Red Rock State Park as an important Bird area. 


Guided bird Walks are included in the entrance fee, Wednesdays and Saturdays at 7 a.m. 


You can visit our hummingbird patio with many feeders and seating in the shade to watch them up close. Adults (14+) $7.00, youth, (7-13) $4.00

Go to  for more information

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Chamber of Commerce

The chamber’s mission is to make Sedona the best place to live, work, play and visit. They direct our tourism industry with an educational outreach to visitors. The chamber believes the success of small business and sustainable tourism management improves our quality of life in which we enjoy one of the world’s most  inspiring natural settings, first-class accommodations and culinary choices, a nationally renowned cultural life and abundant outdoor recreational opportunities.

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