This is the season of giving, filled with holiday cheer, warm hearts on chilly days and reconnecting with loved ones.
Professional photographer Michael DeYoung will present at the meeting of the Sedona Camera Club starting at 6 p.m. Monday, Nov. 26, at the Christ Lutheran Church, 25 Chapel Road, Sedona.
Local artist, Janet Weaver, has been awarded Best of Show in the 2018 National Small Works “Lucky 13” Exhibition and Competition. The event is sponsored by the Virgin Valley Artists Association, located in Mesquite Nevada.
Syri Hall’s rich sculptures and paintings are a reflection of her deep connection to the natural world and in particular the Southwest landscape and animals she so dearly loves.
The Sedona Visual Artists’ Coalition (SVAC) is holding a launch meeting Thursday, Nov. 28, starting at 6 p.m. The meeting will be held at the Keep Sedona Beautiful Facility at 360 Brewer Road.
As we enter the season of giving and gratitude Goldenstein Gallery is entering their 18th year of business. Founded on November 11, 2001 the gallery has grown in scope and reach, receiving national and internationally acclaim all the while supporting numerous artists and nonprofits in Sedona/Verde Valley through their commitment to community.
Bread & Puppet Theater, the internationally celebrated company that champions a visually rich, street-theater brand of performance art filled with music, dance and slapstick comes to Clarkdale on Saturday, November 10th with two shows.
Kuivato, a Creative Gateways Gallery celebrates the dance of artistic elements in ‘Creation in Concert’
Nothing in this life truly exists in an isolated context. Objects, ideas, and actions all work with or against each other. The same is true of artistic elements. Themes, colors, light, techniques, materials, canvas type, and so on play off each to create what is a completed piece. This November, Kuivato celebrates the synergy of these elements in their new exhibit Creation in Concert. Join them for the opening reception, Friday, November 2nd, from 5-8 p.m., during 1st Friday in the Galleries.
Mountain Trails Gallery at Tlaquepaque in Sedona is celebrating the best of the American West with sculpture created by a group of 15 award-winning artists at its Annual Sculpture Show which opens on First Friday, November 2, with a reception from 5-8 p.m., and continues through the month of November.
Jeweler, Denise Nichols and wood whisperer/carver Allah Ali will meet and greet the public at the November 2nd First Friday Art walk, highlighting their own intense connections with the natural world around them. The evening is free to the public. Food, wine and lively conversations will be served up by the 39 gallery artists from 5-8 pm.
Bronze sculptor Kim Kori is a dreamer.
The City of Cottonwood and the Cottonwood Historic Preservation Commission will host the 5th annual Cottonwood Historic Home & Building Tour Saturday, Nov. 3, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The tour will showcase a number of diverse homes and buildings that are the foundation for Cottonwood’s early days as a mining and agricultural community.
James Ratliff Gallery’s “Corn Pollen Journey” opens Friday, November 2, from 5-8 p.m., at James Ratliff Gallery, Hillside Sedona, 671 State Route 179, Suites A1 & A2, Sedona.
Join Goldenstein Gallery on Friday, Nov. 2, as they kick off “The 15th Annual Women’s Show” from 5-8 p.m. with live music by LauRha Frankfort. This dynamic show features the work of their female artists and focuses on the feminine perspective of the visual arts.
Color abounds at Sedona Arts Center in a new exhibition featuring Lyn and Ken Mikell, Susan Moody, Karen Puckett, Cheryl Waale, and Karl Williams. Vibrant ceramics, unique glassworks, and brilliant paintings will deck the walls and halls in the Arts Center’s Fine Art Gallery in Uptown Sedona Nov. 2 through Dec. 31. The opening reception will be Friday, Nov. 2, 5-8 p.m.
Jerome Art Walk on Nov. 3 is the perfect post-Halloween night. If you missed the legendary Halloween costume party in Jerome, just one week later, enjoy a more sedate but equally as entertaining night in this mile-high town. Festivities run from 5 to 8 p.m. Twenty studios and galleries will host openings and happenings throughout the artist colony.
Red Bench Gallery is happy to announce the showing of unique and artistic photography by Karl F. Mullings. Join us on Saturday, November 3rd, during the Jerome First Saturday Art Walk from 4-8 p.m.
Fall is upon us and there is nice crisp chill in the air. With Sedona’s most perfect season, bundle up and enjoy time patronizing the local galleries during Sedona’s 1st Friday in the Galleries event, which takes place Nov. 2, 5-8 p.m.
Get ready for Sedona’s spectacular version of Mexico’s most time-honored celebration, Dia de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, at the Mexican-inspired Tlaquepaque Arts & Shopping Village, Saturday, Nov. 3, 4-8 p.m.
Professional photographer Nick Berezenko will present “From Wilderness to Roadkill: 40 Years of Photographing for Arizona Highways Magazine” at the meeting of the Sedona Camera Club starting at 6 p.m. on Monday, October 29th, at the Christ Lutheran Church, 25 Chapel Rd, Sedona. Doors open at 5:30 p.m.
Late fall in Sedona is a special time, especially if you are looking to celebrate Mexico’s most time-honored celebration, Dia de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead. This family-friendly extravaganza, now in its eighth year at Tlaquepaque Arts and Shopping Village, takes place Nov. 3rd, from 4:00 to 8:00 p.m. Be prepared for an unforgettable South of the Border cultural experience with traditional foods and a fabulous entertainment line-up.
Tim is a Sedona resident who made it his mission to visit every single studio on the Sedona Open Studios Tour last April. This was quite an undertaking considering there were over 60 studios located all over the Verde Valley. Here are some of the highlights of their conversation:
Friends of the Verde River invites Arizona artists to submit images of original art for consideration as the 2019 Featured Artist for the Verde Valley Birding & Nature Festival.
Watercolorist Meg Munro’s life has been full of various travels. Every new physical location – every new place she has called home – has provided her with insight, inspiration, and opportunity for the most meaningful of all journeys: the journey inward.
A traveling collaborative Public Art Installation, advocating for wolves, wildlife and the Endangered Species Act, the Call of the Wild Mural’s ultimate destination is the National Mall of the Nation’s Capital.