The Fine Art Museum of Sedona, formerly Sedona Art Museum, introduces a new name and new Board members.
Sedona based international artist/photographer, Robert Michaels is pleased to announce receiving the First Place award in the prestigious international juried Bauhaus Prairie Art Gallery Competition under the art theme “Creative Inspiration."
Throughout September there are many opportunities to honor and celebrate peace in Sedona. John and Ruth Waddell, Sherab Khandro, Goldenstein Gallery, L’Auberge de Sedona and AumBase Sedona invite you to Follow the Peace Trail with free Peace Meditations lead by artist and speaker Sherab (Shey) Khandro on Sept. 15, 18, 21 and 27.
Red Rose Inspiration For Animals is proud to represent some of the most fabulous and talented artist this fall at the only outdoor art shows on 89A in West Sedona.
Mountain Trails Gallery in beautiful Tlaquepaque opens the Fall Season with “Winged Creatures and Furry Mammals: America’s Wildlife” featuring guest artist Cheryl D. Cooper, a sculptor, instructor, and ceramic potter known for her unique animal and nature-inspired vessels on 1st Friday, September 7, from 5 to 8 p.m.
This year marks the 37th Anniversary of the International Day of Peace, established by the United Nations. Peace Day provides a globally shared date for all humanity to commit to Peace above all differences and to contribute to building a culture of peace.
Community is a strong and vital part of life, present in nearly all realms of the animal kingdom. For people, it provides nourishment to the soul and connects us through commonality while encouraging our positive differences.
Summer slips away as fall makes its way into the year. With beautiful evenings, it is a perfect time to patronize the local galleries during Sedona’s 1st Friday in the Galleries event, which takes place on September 7, from 5-8 p.m.
The autumn art season begins boldly at Lanning with the introduction of two strong women artists. Though Gabriela Aguilo and Katharine Gould work in different mediums portraying disparate subject matter, both create works of great intensity and intrigue. At the gallery’s 1st Friday Artists’ Reception September 7th, from 5-8 p.m., visitors can meet both artists.
Village Gallery potter and west Sedona resident, Luke Metz, admits “The idea of ‘growing up’ does not appeal to me. After years of searching for the answer to ‘What do you want to be when you grow up?’ I realized that rather than looking for an answer, it is the exploration that I love.”
Fresh from Indian Market in Santa Fe, Larry Yazzie kicks off the autumn art season at Turquoise Tortoise as “Larry Yazzie: From the Stone” opens on 1st Friday, September 7th with an artist’s reception from 5-8 p.m. The celebrated Navajo sculptor gives an Artist Talk at 6:00 that evening.
William Crook and E. Manning Crook, resident Sedona artists and long-time married couple, will exhibit “Crooks’ Escapades”, a multi-media exhibition of current work at James Ratliff Gallery, Hillside Sedona, 671 StateRoute 179, Suites A-1 & A2, Sedona, Friday, September 7, with an opening reception from 5-8 p.m.
Being an artist isn’t all romance and inspirational strolls through the woods, communing with wildlife and sketching in plein air (though there’s definitely some of that). For the painters, sculptors and jewelers represented at Rowe Fine Art Gallery, art is a labor of love.
Calling all artists that live, work, or attend school in Clarkdale.
First Friday event on Sept. 7 that presents paintings by Karen Taylor and contemporary ethnographic jewelry by Victoria Z Rivers. The work will be on view at the Sedona Arts Center Special Exhibition Studio in Uptown Sedona.
September’s First Friday at Gallery of Modern Masters will feature ‘Lens Based Artist’ Bob Coates. “Coates a long-time award-winning photographer in Sedona has turned his talents to the art world,” said gallery director Calli Monroe.
In 2017, the Verde Valley Archaeology Center received a Museums for America grant of nearly $24,000 from the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS), an independent Federal agency.
Sedona is an art-filled community that simply doesn’t get the recognition it deserves. More than 50 galleries showcase artists’ work and beginning during the month of September, art shows begin to make their appearance. As fast as the temperatures drop this time of year, the attendance certainly rises at these shows.
Out on Sycamore Canyon, on the banks of the Verde River stands Reitz Ranch, the former home and studio of the internationally renowned ceramic and pottery artist Don Reitz. He lived there for over 20 years, during some of the most productive years of his career.
Professional photographer Kerrick James will present at the meeting of the Sedona Camera Club starting at 6 p.m. on Monday, August 27th, at the Christ Lutheran Church, 25 Chapel Road, Sedona. Doors open at 5:30.
Held against the backdrop of Sedona’s breathtaking red rock vistas, the Sedona Arts Festival will present its 28th annual fine art festival on Saturday, Oct. 13 and Sunday, Oct. 14, 2018.
One of the great joys of visiting Creative Gateways Open Studios and Gallery is being able to experience the work of a diverse range of local artists. Each of its five resident artists work in different mediums and have a unique perspective shaped by personal experience.
An artist’s work is always evolving. Each new piece is a living reflection metaphorically of the artist. In celebration of their artists ongoing artistic journey Goldenstein Gallery presents The Current.
It may be the dog days of summer but it will be cool cats in the spotlight when the new show opens at the Jerome Artists Cooperative on Saturday, August 4. And they’ll be accompanied by some very hip hats.
Visual artist Beth Courtright-Detwiler of “Word is Art” studio will host an Art Pop-Up at the Jerome Art Center Aug. 4.