Refresh your surroundings with new artwork during Rowe Fine Art Gallery’s annual New Year, New ARTmosphere show, happening Jan. 5 from 5 to 8 p.m. as part of the Sedona Gallery Association’s 1st Friday Gallery Tour.
We all know that the beginning of every New Year, many of us make New Year’s resolutions.
Light surrounds us and defines our world. We respond to it emotionally, it can lift our spirits and capture our imaginations. Though in many ways any work of art is defined by the artist’s use of light, as a medium, glass transmits light in a magical way transforming colors and textures in each moment.
Sedona Arts Center presents its annual Loving Bowls charity fundraiser on Dec. 9 from noon to 3 p.m. at the Historic Art Barn in Uptown Sedona.
There’s one thing most people have at the forefront of their minds this month and that’s shopping.
In the Navajo tradition the “beauty way path” recognizes that beauty exists within us and around us as the light reflects through a rainbow.
The Jerome Artists’ Cooperative Gallery kicks off the Holiday season with their 21st Annual All-Members’ Holiday Show on Jerome’s First Saturday Art Walk, Dec. 2, from 5-8 pm at the Gallery in the Old Hotel Jerome.
The Holidays are just around the corner and what better gift is there than original art? First Saturday Jerome Art Walk is the perfect night to start the season’s shopping for the perfect present.
Made In Clarkdale invites you to the community’s 31st Annual Showcase “In Celebration of Community and Creativity.”
Enjoy holiday festivities with poetry, artist talks, food, drink and more as you reconnect with old friends and make new ones.
This is the season of giving and gratitude, filled with holiday cheer, warm hearts on chilly days and reconnecting with loved ones. Our hearts open and we feel grateful for those we love. Goldenstein Gallery is celebrating this special time of year and recognizing all those who have supported the gallery with their special Thanksgiving holiday weekend event: “A Show Of Gratitude.”
Irene Bauman recently participated in an acrylic workshop, sponsored by the EL Valle Artists Association.
Debbie Clemens, wife of Major League legend Roger Clemens, has made a name for her herself in Sedona with her very popular jewelry line.
Thanksgiving weekend, Friday Nov. 24 through Sunday November 26, artist collective and gallery Creative Gateways holds a special weekend event to share their gratitude for the support they’ve received over the past year and to kick off the holidays: Celebrating Our Connection.
Western bronze sculpture artist inducted into the prestigious Cowboy Artists of America organization
Mountain Trails Gallery located in the Arts & Crafts Village of Tlaquepaque in Sedona is proud to announce that sculpture artist Dustin Payne has been inducted into the prestigious Cowboy Artists of American organization.
Visionary artist Alex Grey said, “Be an artist of consciousness. Your picture of reality is your most important creation.”
Linda Sosangelis is a classical figurative and still life painter, whose work is inspired by the Old Masters and 19th century academic narratives.
The EL Valle Artists Association members have the opportunity to vote for an Artist of the Month at each monthly meeting.
Sunday, November 12, 10 am to 4pm, Tao Fellowship will host Art of Mago & Open House at Sedona Mago Retreat. Mago means ‘Spirit of Mother Earth.’
It’s been more than two years since renowned still-life painter Sue Krzyston has been part of a show at Rowe Fine Art Gallery, and she couldn’t be more excited to get reacquainted with Sedona art lovers.
This weekend during their acclaimed Artists Coffee Talk series, Goldenstein Gallery is hosting artists Dorit Herlinger and Laura Frankfort. Both artists are featured in Goldenstein’s Women Show through November.
Sedona Arts Center is featuring incredible multi-media works through December 31, 2017. Explore the culmination of 45 years of Batik work by Lydia Dillon-Sutton, as she takes this centuries-old process to a new and intricate level, focusing on Native American and animal subjects.
From October through December, Sedona s City Hall is exhibiting 15 beautiful and remarkably intricate watercolor paintings entitled Nature s Network, created by Mary Helsaple. Raised in California, Helsaple is an avid birdwatcher, as well as a national exhibiting watercolor artist, who moved to the Southwest from Colorado in 2008. She is a realistic narrative painter and her goal is to tell a story that connects people to nature.
The Sedona International Film Festival partners with SedonaKind to present the encore of the multiple award-winning film “Perfume War” on Monday, Nov. 13 as part of the Sedona Kindness Day celebration.
Community and visiting art lovers are invited to attend a special “Holiday Open House” at Red Dot Studio in Sedona, the newest addition to the thriving art scene in Red Rock Country featuring the works of local artists Candace and Bob Copeland.