Starring in over 140 major motion pictures. An American icon, Tony not only appears on the cover of The Beatles' Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club but was the inspiration for, and the voice of, the character "Stony Curtis" in the cartoon The Flintstones.
Tony is now enjoying a successful second career as a fine artist. Since at least the early 1960s, Curtis has had a second career as a painter, assemblage creator, and sketcher. His work can command more than $50,000 a canvas now and it is on this he now focuses rather than movies. "I still make movies but I'm not that interested any more. I paint all the time." Tony's paintings are featured in galleries all around the world, including in Las Vegas, Carmel, Maui, Whistler, London, Paris, and New York. In 2007 his painting The Red Table went on display at the Metropolitan Museum in Manhattan.
Goldenstein Gallery, a name synonymous with style and innovation, has been delighting locals and visiting collectors for years. Located in beautiful uptown Sedona, the gallery is known for its diversity of world-renowned local and regional artists in all media and styles. They consistently surprise collectors with the unexpected, mounting a new show each month yet being able to show work from all of the artists they represent. Their 1st Friday events are highly attended by the artists they represent which creates an unparalled ambiance.
The owner, Linda Goldenstein who was crowned the â€œArt Maven of Sedonaâ€ by Arizona Republic art critic John Villoni, has worked with celebrated established artists as well as exceptional emerging artists. Although Linda and the Gallery have worked with hundreds of artists including respected museums & community exhibitions, the award winning gallery now focuses on more than 35 fine local and regional artists. Linda Goldensteinâ€™s commitment to giving both new and establish â€œart mavensâ€ an unforgettable experience is reflected in the ongoing changing exhibitions.
Goldenstein Gallery is located at 390 N. Hwy. 89A in uptown Sedona and is open daily. The stunning sculpture welcomes and delights visitors. Parking is available behind the gallery. Sign up for their informative E-zine released monthly or call 928-204-1765 for additional information.