From October through December, Sedona’s City Hall will be illuminated with the glowing landscapes of Christine Debrosky.
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Artists Michael and Sumati Colpitts’ lives have been full of exploration.
The beauty of clay, fire and water combined together with the excellence of pure form make Mary Margaret’s Sedona Pottery.
Curated by Linda Goldenstein, this exciting series features a different pairing of artists every Saturday at 9:30 a.m. through November 18th. You are invited to enjoy coffee or tea while you connect and learn more about their process and work.
Sedona’s iconic creative event, the Sedona Plein Air Festival is a weeklong celebration of extraordinary landscapes, world-renowned artists, unique workshops, and wonderful free events from October 14-21.
The mystery of desert after dark, the allure of sparkling neon streetscapes, moody moonlit vistas, and the glowing embers of fading sunset are all included in a show this autumn of brand new pastel and oil paintings by Christine Debrosky at Old Town Frame Company.
Wisdom, Beauty and Tea is an opportunity for you to meet and get to know some of them in a relaxed, intimate setting.
Bearcloud gallery and Native Cultural Center is having a very special event on Saturday Oct. 7 at 2 p.m. in honor of Indigenous People’s Day.
Friday, October 6th, Goldenstein Gallery kicks off a most anticipated exhibition of the season the 14th annual Cowboys and Indians Show! Encapsulating the pioneering spirit of the quintessential Native and Western cultures, collectors are enthralled by the work of these artists that are deeply rooted in tradition yet flourishing with new styles portraying the imaginations of today.
Original artwork is an alchemical blending of an artist’s inner world with an outer process. An artist connects to an inner vision, to something larger than themselves - some unspoken vastness and then embodies this connection with the creation of a piece of art.
A reception will be held from 5-8 p.m. on Oct. 6 and again on Nov. 3 from 5-8 p.m. Her copper and brass jewelry will be displayed throughout October and November at the gallery.
Best known, perhaps, for her colorful landscape collages, Cottonwood artist Birgitta Lapides is also widely recognized as a painter of stunning abstract canvases of enduring power. “Seeing the Unseen: New Paintings from Birgitta Lapides,” a solo exhibition of new work, opens on Oct. 7 from 5-8 p.m. at the Jerome Artists’ Cooperative Gallery, during Jerome’s First Saturday Art Walk.
The Verde Valley Weavers & Spinners Guild is excited about presenting their third annual Fabulous Fiber Sale 2017 this October in a new location. A wide variety of one-of-a-kind fiber art creations will be offered in the sale at the Sedona United Methodist Church located at 110 Indian Cliffs Rd. and Highway 179.
It takes a grand passion for art and equally grand confidence in the skills one brings to the table to enter the Sedona art scene as boldly as have Thomas and Jennifer Bryant Nagel.
It has been a big year for bronze wildlife sculptor and gallery owner Ken Rowe. In 2017, Ken celebrated his 30th anniversary sculpting, so it’s perfect timing that Sedona Arts Center has invited him to be part of its Sedona’s Legacy Artists: Still Creating exhibition and sale, which continues through October 13.
Red Rose Inspiration For Animals a local 501c3 supports animal welfare and has been promoting small, quality Art Shows since 2009, created to help the non-profit generate revenue for the various programs and future rehab center.
Sedona has a new studio in town. Red Dot Studios is “open all year” by appointment in uptown Sedona at 310 Manzanita Drive.
Often when someone engages with their favorite artists it’s in a busy setting such as a reception or other public event. They walk away yearning for more of a personal connection, finding themselves wishing that they could just sit with them, enjoy a cup of coffee and get to know the artist and art better.
The EL Valle Artists Association and Pine Shadows Artists sponsored their first 2017 Fall Art Show, which took place September 15, 16 and 17 at the Pine Shadows Club House in Cottonwood, Arizona.
The Sedona Arts Center is celebrating its 60th Anniversary as one of Northern Arizona’s established cultural institutions.
Patio season is in full swing at Vino Di Sedona and you can hear all of your favorite classic rock tunes and some newer hits performed by August West on Wednesday September 20, 7-10 PM, playing favorite songs by The Beatles, The Stones, Van Morrison, America, Simon and Garfunkel, Tom Petty and many more! August is best known for performing with his band, Sister and the Sun. You can find August at Vino Di Sedona every third Wednesday of every month.
The Sedona Arts Center is conducting a Community Open Paint Out at the Sedona Winefest on Sunday, September 24. Artists both professional and amateur are invited to paint from life Sunday from 12 to 2pm at the Festival at Posse Grounds Park.
SEDONA – Navajo Fine Arts photographer LeRoy DeJolie will present “Drawing With Light” at the meeting of the Sedona Camera Club starting at 7 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 25th, at the Christ Lutheran Church, 25 Chapel Road, Sedona.
Mike Medow’s paintings are now showing at City Hall through the end of September Medow, a native from Chicago, has been a Sedona resident for 30 years.