Although Mary Lue Allen had a photography exhibit at the Camp Verde Community Library from August 2018 until January 2019, it’s her pottery that has found a second home at the library.
The Village Gallery welcomes new member and clay artist, Alex Rovang as featured artist for the month of August.
When an artist relocates to Sedona, it is a given that the red rocks and local Native American culture will influence their work.
Mountain Trails Gallery at Tlaquepaque in Sedona will present a new exhibition called Birds of a Feather & Friends. It will open with a reception on Friday, Aug. 7, 5-7 p.m.
The Sedona Historical Society and Sedona Heritage Museum will be catalogging a portion of almost 10,000 historic photos that are scanned,
Bob and Zeina Cook opened their art gallery, A Propos, on June 5 in Iron Horse Inn building in Old Town Cottonwood.
Teresa and Bill Helm's first wife-and-husband photography exhibit, Earth and Sky, will be on display from Aug. 3-28 at the Cottonwood City Council Chambers, 826 N. Main St.
It is with a mix of sadness and gratitude that the Board of Directors announces the departure of Vince Fazio as executive director of the Sedona Arts Center.
Second Saturday Art Walk resumes in Old Town Cottonwood as many of us respond to COVID in different ways.
Although COVID-19 has postponed the Jerome Art Walk until further notice, this Independence Day there is still some good art news to share on jeromeartwalk.com.
Mountain Trails Gallery at Tlaquepaque in Sedona will present “Traditions in Western Sculpture: Figurative, Wildlife, and the Stories They Tell,” which opens on Friday, July 3, with a selection of new sculpture by an outstanding group of artists.
The month of July will feature the work of fabric artist Florence Johns Vezie, or “Flo,” as her friends call her.
The El Valle Artist Association (EVAA) approved the following slate of officers for the 2020-21 year.
Lovato is a juried member and past president of the Northern Arizona Watercolor Society. She’s also a member of the El Valle Artists Association, which is a local art community for the Verde Valley.
If you are looking for a peaceful hike where you might only see one or two people, the hike to the end of Devil’s Bridge Trail might not be your best decision.
The Sedona Arts Center will be re-opening its Fine Art Gallery and classes to the public in early June with a Covid-19 protocol of: ongoing sanitation, social distancing and following government guidelines, including wearing face masks when social distancing is not possible.
From 5 p.m. until 8 p.m. Saturday, June 6, Studio 203 at the Old Jerome High School will host an art exhibit titled Late for Class: Artwork by Steven Schutz.
Mountain Trails Gallery, in coordination with Tlaquepaque Arts and Crafts Village, is proud to announce that the gallery is a participant in the City of Sedona and Chamber of Commerce’s “Sedona: Safe. Clean. Ready” program and is now open daily 11 a.m. to 5 p,m.
Biros’ live modeling sessions had been and will again one day be held at her Studio 203 Art Classroom, 885 Hampshire Ave. Bldg. A, Studio 203, Jerome. But with COVID-19 restrictions forcing the sessions online, she’s been able to attract a greater amount of interest by embracing the virtual model’s studio.
With the Mary D. Fisher Theatre temporarily closed, the Sedona International Film Festival presents The Art Series, part of its new “MDF@Home” program.
Since government orders to stop the spread of conronavirus included closure of many non-essential buildings, many businesses have been forced to become more creative.
As we all spend more time inside, it’s more important than ever to create a space of beauty and tranquility – a sanctuary that blocks out the steady stream of bad news.
When Mindy Mendelsohn first participated in The Artist’s Way, a Spiritual Path to Higher Creativity it had not yet become the international best-selling book that it is today.
Jerome photographer Michael Thompson has turned the pandemic into an art project. And the photos are telling a story that will be remembered for generations to come.
“He cuts, I sew.” That’s how Lisa Boyle described how she and her fiancée, artist John Gallegos, create face masks to sell amid health concerns tied to the COVID-19 pandemic.