Sunday, Sept. 25, from noon to 5 p.m., the Jerome Chamber of Commerce will present “Jerome Past & Present,” a truly unique art show in Jerome’s upper park.
How does a new watercolor painter rapidly gain skill and notoriety? The Verde Valley’s own Mike Trulson has some simple yet actionable answers to share with you.
Art in the Clark is proud to present an ensemble exhibit of 25 artists’ works, “Birds of a Different Feather” on view now through September at Clark Memorial Library.
Everyone at Rowe Fine Art Gallery, artists and art collectors included, is trying to hold onto the fleeting days of summer and the golden hours that inspire some of the best artwork.
On Saturday, Sept. 3, Jerome’s newly expanded First Saturday Art & Wine Walk will showcase over 30 of the historic community’s unique art galleries and specialty shops.
Captivated by their observations of animal behavior, a spirited group of artists have joined together to present new work in the exhibition “Animal Nature: Wild & Domestic” which opens at Mountain Trails Gallery Sedona on First Friday, Sept. 2, with a reception from 4-7 p.m.
The Northern Arizona Watercolor Society (NAWS) will resume its monthly meetings on Friday Aug. 26. The meeting will start at 9 a.m. at the Sedona United Methodist Church on 110 Indian Cliffs Road in Sedona.
The Yavapai College Prescott Art Gallery will exhibit paintings by 13 regional artists in an exciting pre-event to the 3rd Annual Prescott Plein Air Art Festival.
Last month was just the beginning.
Mountain Trails Gallery presents “Feathered & Furry Friends” featuring a group of wildlife artists who capture the beauty and curious nature of birds in their paintings, sculpture, drawings, and mixed media fine art.
The James Ratliff Gallery in Hillside Sedona features a new exhibition of acrylic interpretative abstract art by multiimedia artist Christine DeSpain Schroeder.
After a pandemic-era break of over two years, the Sedona Renegades are back in the saddle. The local artist group is pleased to announce its summer 2022 art exhibit at the Sedona Arts Center.
Art in the Clark presents “An Ocean of Possibilities” on view now through July 29 at Clark Memorial Library. This group show features water themed work from eight of the Verde Valley’s talented artists whose work varies in style and medium. So come in, hydrate, refresh, and be inspired at your local library.
Sedona International Film Festival presents the Great Art on Screen series with the encore of “Botticelli: Florence and the Medici.” The event will show in Sedona on Tuesday, July 12, at 4 pm at the festival’s Mary D. Fisher Theatre.
Bring your appetite for beauty to Rowe Fine Art Gallery in July, when the gallery hosts “A Feast for Your Eyes,” part one of a two-part show.
The Village Gallery of Local Artists is pleased to feature the work of Valerieann Giovanni during the month of July, 2022. A reception will be held on Friday July 1st from 5-8 p.m.
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.
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.
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.
Art has always been part of Nancy Hudson’s life and there are not many mediums she has tried and not mastered.
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.
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
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.
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.
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.