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Mountain Trails Gallery presents ‘The Spark of Life as Art’ for First Friday

   June 29, 2022   

Mountain Trails Gallery at Tlaquepaque in Sedona presents “The Spark of Life as Art” exhibition which opens on First Friday, July 1, with a reception from 4 to 7 p.m.

Popular PBS artist Gary Jenkins joins Rowe Gallery

   June 15, 2022   

If you watched PBS in the 1980s or 1990s, chances are you’ve seen Gary Jenkins, frequently with his wife, Kathwren, by his side, demonstrate how to paint realistic florals. Gary was the second artist, after landscape painter Bill Alexander, to appear on PBS channels nationwide.

Monique Kristofors featured artist at The Village Gallery of Local Artists

   June 8, 2022   

The Village Gallery of Local Artists is proud to feature the soul evocative paintings of Monique Kristofors during the month of June. Kristofors is a largely self-taught American modern artist whose eclectic paintings and sculpture reflect her international roots.

Nancy Hudson named EVAA Artist of the Month

   June 8, 2022   

Art has always been part of Nancy Hudson’s life and there are not many mediums she has tried and not mastered.

Sedona Arts Center hosts first-ever Tailgate Paint Out Event

By Cindy Cole    June 1, 2022   

June 3-5, Sedona Arts Center (SAC) will hold its first Tailgate Paint Out in the outdoor areas of the center. The event will host invited artists as well as community members interested in participating in or observing plein air style painting.

Rowe Gallery First Friday ‘It’s Time to Think Outside the Home’

   June 1, 2022   

In recent years, thanks in large part to Sedona’s housing boom and increased demand for art, the experts at Rowe Fine Art Gallery have noticed art lovers getting creative when it comes to placing their treasures inside their home – or, in some instances, outside of it.

Mountain Trails Gallery spotlights women artists in new exhibit ‘Doing What We Do Best’ opens June 3

   June 1, 2022   

Mountain Trails Gallery is proud to celebrate its heritage of exhibiting paintings, sculpture, and mixed media art by some of the most insightful and spirited artists who recognize the complex and varied history of the American West.

Jerome Gallery features ‘Peace, Love and Pottery’

   June 1, 2022   

Sarah Harms will be the Featured Artist at the Jerome Artists Cooperative Gallery in June and July and is donating 20% of all sales during the show to the World Central Kitchen, an organization currently feeding hundreds of thousands of Ukrainians since the Russian invasion on Feb. 24.

City celebrates ‘Fur & Fiber’ art exhibit

   June 1, 2022   

The city of Sedona invites the public to attend its next artist reception to view the “Fur & Fiber” exhibit on Thursday, June 2, from 4 to 6 p.m. in the City Council chambers and Vultee Conference Room at City Hall.

Living Legend: John Soderberg back in the studio after pushing through health crisis

By Cindy Cole    May 25, 2022   

The first time I met John Soderberg, he was dressed in a red Santa suit with a pillow stuffed in the belly and his natural white hair and beard framing his gentle eyes under the Santa hat. Every kid waiting in line to receive a gift from him and tell him their most heartfelt wishes believed beyond a doubt he was the real thing. And, in his life, he has proven them right, with or without the Santa suit.

Sedona Visual Artists present 20th Annual Exhibition

   May 21, 2022   

The Sedona Visual Artists Coalition (SVAC) 20th Annual Exhibition will run through May 28 at the Sedona Arts Center in the Special Exhibition Gallery.

Library hosts Bear Schutz introspection

   May 18, 2022   

Art in the Clark is thrilled to present “Eartha - an Introspection” by Bear Schutz, on view now until the end of May at the Clark Memorial Library.

Exhibition on Screen ‘Pissarro: Father of Impressionism’ May 24

   May 18, 2022   

Sedona International Film Festival presents the Exhibition on Screen series with “Pissarro: Father of Impressionism”. The event will show in Sedona on Tuesday, May 24 at 4 p.m. at the festival’s Mary D. Fisher Theatre.

Local plein aire painter Cindy Carrillo hosted for artist signing

   May 18, 2022   

Carre d’artistes in Tlaquepaque is showcasing Arizona plein aire painter Cindy Carrillo with an artist signing on Saturday, May 28, 10 a.m.-6 p.m

Great Art on Screen ‘Tutankhamun: The Last Exhibition’ premieres May 17

   May 11, 2022   

Sedona International Film Festival presents the “Great Art on Screen” series with “Tutankhamun: The Last Exhibition.” The event will show in Sedona on Tuesday, May 17 at 4 p.m. at the festival’s Mary D. Fisher Theatre.

Ceramicist Kenneth Barnes featured artist at Village Gallery in VOC

   May 11, 2022   

Ceramic artist Kenneth Barnes will be featured during the month of May at the Village Gallery of Local Artists.

Mimi’s to feature Segal for ‘Roam in Jerome’

   May 4, 2022   

Saturday, May 7, Mimi’s Open Studio and Gallery in Jerome is celebrating First Saturday “Roam in Jerome” with Pamela Segal, who will be demonstrating a unique art process of painting for beginners who want to work in acrylics. She will also have her current art work on display.

First Friday at Wyatt Gallery features Yellow Bird

   May 4, 2022   

The Wyatt Gallery at Hillside is honored to present a storytelling night with world renowned Native American artist Monte Yellow Bird, a member of the Arikara and Hidatsa Nation originally from Fort Berthold Reservation, in North Dakota.

‘Looking West’ focus of First Friday at Mountain Trails Gallery

   May 4, 2022   

The exhibit opens with a reception on Friday, May 6, 4-7 p.m., and continues throughout the month of May.

Rowe Fine Art Gallery is ‘femme powered’ for First Friday

   April 27, 2022   

Perhaps it’s due to the pioneer spirit that seems to be woven into the fabric of the American West.

Sedona Spring Open Studios Tour returns April 22-24

   April 20, 2022   

The Sedona Visual Artists’ Coalition (SVAC) will host the 19th annual Sedona Spring Open Studios Tour, taking place over the weekend of April 22-24.

NAWS program highlights design process of narrative painter Mary Helsaple

   April 13, 2022   

Have you ever wondered how a successful illustrator plans their visual stories? Sedona’s own Mary Helsaple has a personal approach to planning the painting of an idea that she would like to share with you.

Rosemary Nelson named EVAA Artist of the Month

   April 6, 2022   

El Valle Artist Association Artist of the Month for March is Rosemary Nelson for her work “Cactus Crossroads,” an original oil painting.

Escape to a different dimension at Rowe Fine Art Gallery

   March 30, 2022   

The most relevant art often reflects the time in which it was created, and Rowe Fine Art Gallery’s esteemed sculptors spent the winter producing – or, in one case, trying to produce – artwork that responds to the state of the world and their state of mind.

Jerome Artists’ Cooperative Gallery: What Flows Through the ‘Flo’

   March 30, 2022   

The Jerome Artists’ Cooperative Gallery presents, “What Flows through the “Flo,” featuring multi-media member-artist Florence (Flo) Flynn from March 30 – May 31.