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.
The opening night festivities at the Jerome Artists Cooperative Gallery on Jan. 7 First Saturday Art Walk will ring in the new year with an exhibition by artist-member Christine Ryback, “Nature’s Own-Set in Stone.”
Ann Metlay, the Featured Artist for January at the Village Gallery of Local Artists, produces art with multi-sensory appeal.
In Sedona, Turquoise Tortoise Gallery opens its first exhibition of the New Year, “New Traditions.”
Lanning Gallery in Sedona welcomes the New Year with “A New Year Begins,” an exhibition that opens with a reception 1st Friday, Jan. 6 from 5-8 p.m.
Sedona’s finest art galleries invites the public to enjoy a festive evening of holiday cheer, special guests, artist receptions and celebrations at their monthly 1st Friday in the Galleries Tour on Friday, Jan. 6, from 5 – 8pm.
“New Art for a New Year” opens with a public reception Friday, Jan. 6, at James Ratliff Gallery, Hillside Sedona, 671 State Route 179, Suites A1 & A2, from 5-8 p.m.
The new year is about new beginnings. It’s a chance to recharge and hit restart. Don’t get bogged down by the winter blues and post-holiday doldrums – surround yourself with art! Rowe Fine Art Gallery will present New Year, New ARTmosphere on Jan. 6 from 5 to 8 p.m. as part of the Sedona Gallery Association’s 1st Friday Gallery Tour. Toast 2017 with gallery owners Ken and Monica Rowe.
Thursday, December 15, 2016 from 4 - 6 p.m., the city of Sedona will host a meet and greet with local artists Trea Christopher Grey, Syri Hall, Richard Gandolfo and Carol Gandolfo, whose inspiring work is currently displayed at City Hall.
SEDONA -- Amidst the scenic views of Sedona’s striking red sandstone formations stands The Collective Sedona, a mixed-use lifestyle and entertainment venue.
Bundle up and enjoy a peaceful stroll through Old Town Cottonwood for Second Saturday Art Walk. Enjoy all of the art, wine and music the galleries, boutiques and tasting rooms have to offer! December’s Art Walk will take place on Saturday, December 10th, from 6-9 (unless otherwise noted in individual business listing.)
Lanning Gallery in Sedona ushers in the holidays with special gift ideas for the art lovers in your life. A reception on 1st Friday, December 2nd, from 5-8 pm opens the gallery’s “Holiday Gift Show.”
This is the season of giving, 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.
In Sedona, Turquoise Tortoise Gallery opens “Southwest Holiday” to showcase gift ideas from Native American and Southwest artists. The exhibition opens with a reception on 1st Friday, Dec. 2, from 5-8 pm.
JEROME – The talented clan of merrymaker-artists at the Jerome Cooperative Gallery will be decking the walls - and every other available spot in the old Hotel Jerome - floor spaces, windows, pillars and fitting rooms - in time for the opening of their annual Holiday Membership show on Saturday, Dec. 3 from 5–8 p.m.
The Made in Clarkdale artists invites all to their 30th anniversary festivities in a whole new way. Held in the historic Clark Auditorium in Clarkdale, The Made in Clarkdale Artist Showcase has a brand new look with inventive art displays and purchasing opportunities.
Certain traditions are very important to AZADI Fine Rugs owner David Neishabori.
Professional photographer Larry Lindahl will take local photographers on a photo teaching trip down New Mexico’s Route 66 at the meeting of the Sedona Camera Club starting at 6 p.m. on Monday, November 28th, at the Christ Lutheran Church, 25 Chapel Road, Sedona.
PHOENIX – Weather is often a popular subject of small talk, but in Arizona it can be a major topic of discussion. Unsurpassed sunsets, summer monsoons, intense heat, amazing lightning shows, dramatic cloud formations, duststorms, microbursts, flash floods, snowstorms and forest fires may all be part of Arizona’s forecast as well as inspiration for artists featured in Phoenix Sky Harbor’s latest museum exhibition, Arizona Weather – From Duststorms to Snowstorms.
The Sedona Visual Artists’ Coalition (SVAC) is excited to announce the opening of its 16th annual Fall Themed Exhibition entitled: “Back to the Future: SVAC’s 20th Anniversary Exhibition.”
Just in time for holiday gift giving, two of Rowe Fine Art Gallery’s most esteemed artists, Liam Herbert and Lynn Heil, will debut new works during Spirit of the Southwest, which takes place December 2 from 5 to 8 p.m. Liam will showcase his newest creation, Sculpture for Peace, both as a bronze sculpture and as a sterling silver pendant, while Lynn will unveil his newest landscape oil paintings. There’s sure to be something for everyone during this show.
Old Town Cottonwood will be buzzing with activity and excitement on Saturday, Nov. 12 during Walkin’ on Main and Second Saturday Art Walk.
If you are a local artist, arts educator, or art lover, the Sedona Culture Collaborative wants to hear from you.
In Sedona, Turquoise Tortoise Gallery opens “The Freedom and Power of Elena Nevado” to celebrate the artist’s dynamic horse paintings. The exhibition opens with a reception on 1st Friday, November 4th, from 5-8 pm.