Fri, Feb. 21

Art 4/3 - 4/9

Mingus Union High School Student Photography Exhibit - April: Clark Memorial Library, Clarkdale.

Simply Black and White - 4/3 - 5/13, 5 pm: Take a look at the classic attributes of art, in a contemporary context, with artists using only black, white, and shades of gray. The exhibit showcases over 40 renderings and photographs of still lifes, portraits, landscapes, animals and more, featuring local and national artists.  White Hills Gallery, 348 S. Main Street, Camp Verde. 928-274-7903,

Anna Pales: Tranquility - 4/5, 5 pm: The contemporary artist greets visitors at her exhibition opening. Lanning Gallery, Hozho, 431 SR 179, Sedona. 928-282-6865,

Best of the West - 4/5, 5 pm: More than 30 paintings and sculptures highlighting the cowboy way of life as well as the richness of the Native American culture.  Mountain Trails Galleries, Tlaquepaque, Suite A-201 & Suite B-122, 336 SR 179, Sedona. 928-282-3225,

Time and Texture - 4/5, 5 pm: Exploration of Cary Henrie's latest paintings which often hint at world travel through ancient symbols and writings, and music which combine to embellish beautiful multi layered landscapes.  Free. James Ratliff Gallery, 671 State Route 179, Suites A1 and A2, Sedona. 928-282-1404.

Vernon A. Begaye: Award-Winning Inlay - 4/5, 5 pm: Artist reception for the accomplished Navajo jeweler. Turquoise Tortoise Gallery, Hozho, 431 SR 179, Sedona. 928-282-2262,

Native American Painter and Musician - 5/4: Blue Spruce Standing Deer from Taos Pueblo in New Mexico is going to display a new collection of paintings. Quince, Jerome.

2nd Annual Exclusive Estate Sale - 5/5, 5 pm: Featuring renowned paintings, sculpture, pottery, estate jewelry and more. Upstairs at Hozho, 431 SR 179, Sedona. 928-282-2262,

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