SEDONA – Colleen Miniuk-Sperry will help local photographers to “Find Your Creative Voice” at the meeting of the Sedona Camera Club starting at 6 p.m. on Monday, March 27, at the Christ Lutheran Church, 25 Chapel Road, Sedona.
Following two very successful art shows last year, a group of artists calling itself The Renegades will exhibit a wide-ranging collection of art works this month at the Sedona Arts Center.
“Are ya wonder’in what ta be doing this Saint Patrick Day Wakend?” Come see Nancy Robb Dunst, the Old Irish Laundry Lady present a performance art exhibition titled “Dirty Laundry” on Friday or Saturday nites, March 17-18, from 5:15-6 p.m. at the Sedona Art Center, in the Sedona Exhibition Gallery (old barn) in uptown on old barn road.
When artist Meg Munro embarked on a Spanish language immersion program in 1984, she never imagined that she would end up calling Mexico home for over 30 years.
In March beloved landmark Goldenstein Gallery opens their new gallery space and celebrates their move to 150 SR179 at the “Y” with Convergence: All Things Coming Together.
Join the merchants of Old Town for March’s Second Saturday Art Walk. There is always something new to see, hear or taste with Old Town’s great array of galleries, tasting rooms, restaurants and live music venues.
The March exhibition at Greg Lawson’s Passion for Place gallery features an exploration of the natural side of humanity: Creativity. ”Human Nature” is the theme of a show that focuses on creativity in the realms of art and architecture. A First Friday gallery reception with the artist is scheduled for Friday March 3rd from 5:00 to 8:00 pm.
James Ratliff Gallery is extremely pleased to announce a one-woman show for artist Jody Ahrens with a public reception to be held Friday, March 3rd from 5 – 8 p.m. at James Ratliff Gallery, Hillside Sedona, 671 State Route 179.
In Sedona, Turquoise Tortoise Gallery opens “Women Create” and honors Women’s History Month by putting the spotlight on the gifted women artists the gallery represents. This new exhibition opens with a reception March 3, from 5-8 p.m.
Sedona sculptor Ken Rowe takes a walk on the wild side with a collection he calls In the Field, which features field studies that are loose, personable and energetic.
Sedona’s finest art galleries invite you to enjoy a festive evening of special guests, artist receptions and celebrations at their monthly 1st Friday in the Galleries Tour on Friday, March 3, from 5– 8pm.
In 1987, Ken and Monica Rowe lived in Phoenix where they owned a successful taxidermy business. But Ken knew it wasn’t his life’s calling, so he took a class on sculpting at a local community college, and it changed the course of his life.
Here at the Sedona Arts Center’s Art Barn, we keep an open door for creative people, ideas, and proposals. In fact, each and every day we meet artists who come in and share their thoughts on community development, collaboration, and new ways of engaging others in the arts. As your local creative hub, part of our mission is to nurture, cultivate, and advance great ideas. Sharing yours begins with a stop at 15 Art Barn Road, and a walk into our administrative offices at the Art Barn.
Renowned professional landscape photographer Tom Till will teach “Light and Seen: A Lifetime in Landscape Photography” at the meeting of the Sedona Camera Club starting at 6 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 27, at the Christ Lutheran Church, 25 Chapel Rd. in Sedona.
Valentine’s Day is upon us, so step out to Old Town to find that perfect gift for a loved one or just enjoy a special evening of art, wine and music. February’s Art Walk will take place on February 11th, from 6-9 pm.
Congratulations to sculptor Ken Rowe and painter Kim Diment for their recent awards at the Society of Animal Artists 56th Annual Exhibition. Ken won the Marilyn Newmark Memorial Award for a Realistic 3D for his bronze sculpture, Nobility. (Marilyn Newmark was one of the top bronze horse sculptors of her time.)
Lanning Gallery in Sedona opens “For the Love of Jewelry” showcasing Valentine’s Day gift ideas from three masterful jewelers. The new exhibition opens with a reception 1st Friday, Feb. 3, 5-8 p.m.
Sedona’s Tortoise Gallery opens a new exhibition to showcase Native American jewelry for those seeking unique Valentine’s Day gift ideas. A wide range of new pieces are in – in a range of prices. A reception on 1st Friday, February 3rd, from 5-8 pm opens “Navajo Jewelry.”
Greg Lawson’s Passion for Place gallery presents ‘Houses of Worship’ featuring dozens of worship related images assembled from global travels.
Believing that art is living breathing encounter, Goldenstein Gallery has consistently championed opportunities to create a life enhancing experience for the public. From the creation of Tibetan Sand Mandalas in the gallery to satellite exhibits for the public citywide they have strived to involve people in interactive ways … bringing artist and collector together. One profound life enhancing experience is their ever-expanding Artist in Residence program.
Jim Peterson’s captivating photographs are now showing at Sedona’s City Hall through the end of March.
Go ahead, have an affair … with art! Rowe Fine Art Gallery presents its annual collector appreciation show, An Affair of the Art, on February 3 from 5 to 8 p.m. Since gallery owners Ken and Monica Rowe opened their doors seven years ago, they have designated the first Friday in February as the day they show their appreciation to their clients. If you have ever purchased a Ken Rowe sculpture or a piece of art from Rowe Fine Art Gallery, you are invited to stop by for a special sweet treat. And if you’ve never purchased art from the gallery, this is the perfect time to browse the gallery’s selection of sculptures, paintings and jewelry. To top it all off, a decadent chocolate fountain will be flowing all night long. Everyone is invited to choose from an assortment of fruits and snacks, and delight in dipping the treats into the rich dark chocolate.
“Jewelry Extravaganza” opens Friday, February 3, at James Ratliff Gallery, Hillside Sedona, 671 State Route 179, Suites A1 & A2, Sedona, AZ 86336. There will be an opening artists’ reception Friday, February 3, from 5-8 p.m. featuring “Jewelry Extravaganza” which presents the latest original hand-made, objets d’art by passionate Arizona jewelry artists Sandra Den Hartog, Sally Peck, and Adriana Walker. All three ladies will be present for the opening February 3 as well as available throughout part of the next day, Saturday, Feb. 4. The availability of the artists to visit with gallery guests is a wonderful opportunity to consult informally with the actual concept creators and makers of the jewelry.
In January and February, Sedona Arts Center’s Fine Art Gallery is featuring large works by ML Coleman, Bill Cramer, Joella Jean Mahoney, Sandra Meissner, Vince Fazio and Susan Kliewer.
Believing that art is a living-breathing encounter, Goldenstein Gallery has consistently championed opportunities citywide to create life-enhancing experiences for the public. From the creation of Tibetan Sand Mandalas in the gallery to artists in residence, they have strived to involve people in interactive ways … bringing artist and collector together. Now, working in partnership with the City of Sedona, Linda Goldenstein has generously curated a one-of-a-kind Public Art Installation at City Hall.