The Manheim Gallery is located in Old Town Cottonwood and is becoming a mecca for fine art in the atmosphere of small-town America. Flooded with light entering through the floor to ceiling windows in the Great Room, the warmth of brick in another and other, small intimate spaces, The Manheim Gallery is a wonderful place for the works of fine art by emerging and established contemporary artists.
Address: 747 N. Main St
Cottonwood, Arizona 86326
Phone: (928) 649-0130
Baje grew up on the Navajo Reservation near Shonto, Arizona. As a child, he was first drawn into the world of storytelling when he and his brothers would make up stories on the way to their grandmother's house. His talent for art was apparent even in grade school, and his teachers were all supportive of his gift.
Currently, Baje resides in Flagstaff, Arizona, and he continues to pursue his childhood interests of storytelling and art. His artwork reflects his homeland and rich culture, depicting striking landscapes and the harmony of the Navajo way of life. In most of his pieces is a small folding chair, popularly regarded as Baje's personal trademark.