Sedona International Film Festival presents the Exhibition on Screen series with “Cézanne: Portraits of a Life”. The event will show in Sedona on Tuesday, Nov. 29, at 3:30 p.m. at the festival’s Alice Gill-Sheldon Theatre.
You are invited to view a charming show of several dozen smaller watercolor paintings in the Library’s serene setting through Dec. 22.
Phippen Art Museum is hosting the annual Arizona Pastel Artists Association International Exhibition and sale.
Friday, Nov. 11, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., participants are invited to experience a special version of Sedona Arts Center’s formal online Monday life drawing group, at the magnificent Waddell studio and sculpture garden in Cornville.
The Old Town Center for the Arts presents “Light Across Time,” a collection of abstract oil paintings by local artist Marrin Robinson.
Bob Coates of Bob Coates Photography was named a Bronze Medalist and Elite Photographer during Professional Photographers of America’s 2021 International Photographic Competition.
The newest addition to the popular Hozho Shopping Center on Gallery Row in Sedona, Good Juju, will celebrate its grand opening on Thursday, Nov. 3, inviting Sedona residents and visitors alike to see what’s in store.
Jerome’s next First Saturday Art & Wine Walk is Nov. 5 from 5 to 8 p.m. and it includes so much live music this time, they might want to consider adding music festival to the name.
Taiko drummer Ken Koshio and visual artist Ellen Benfatti join forces with a unique collaboration entitled “Emancipation” for an event Nov. 5 at 3 p.m. at Benfatti’s Jerome studio.
The photographs by Greg Griffin vividly show his value of color, light, contrast, shadows, composition, emotion, movement and perspective.
“When science, esthetics, and the soul converge to approximate beauty, perhaps it’s a glimpse into the mind of God.”
Enjoy great shopping and dining at the Red Rose Art Show and Stagecoach Country Roadhouse Nov. 4-6 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Good things come in small packages – even art.
Mountain Trails Gallery's Annual Sculpture Show introduces equine artist Lisa Gordon Mountain Trails Gallery, located in the festive Village of Tlaquepaque in Sedona is proud to celebrate its Annual Sculpture Show which opens with a reception on First Friday, Nov. 4, 4-7 p.m.
Rowe Fine Art Gallery’s exciting fall lineup of shows continues Oct. 28-29 when impressionistic wildlife sculptor Joshua Tobey rolls into town for his annual one-man show.
Mountain Trails Gallery is pleased to announce the award-winning landscape painter Susie Hyer will be giving an oil painting demonstration on Saturday, Oct. 29, from 1-4 p.m. at their gallery in the festive Tlaquepaque Arts & Shopping Village in Sedona.
Sedona Arts Center’s 18th annual Plein Air Festival began Oct. 21 and continues through Oct. 29.
The Art Garden Gallery will host eight renowned local artists and one special guest artist for its Fall Fest Oct. 28-30.
For the 18th year, Sedona Arts Center hosts the Plein Air Festival, a weeklong celebration of extraordinary landscapes, world-renowned artists, unique workshops and free events, Oct. 21-29.
Artists Michael and Glow Mendoza began their jewelry business All-a-Glow Jewelry in 2005 and are now operating from their new boutique gallery and gift shop, All-a-Glow Artisans of Sedona.
Acclaimed Arizona watercolorist Annette Smith has been developing her artistic skills over decades combining a comprehensive sense of drawing with the added nuances that watercolor affords.
The first time she saw the work of artist Charles Malcolm Campbell, Sedona Gallerist Shanin Renee Dockrey fell in love.
Oct. 8-9, Sedona’s oldest and largest premier arts event will feature nationally acclaimed artists, live entertainment and more
You are invited to experience the distinctive work of Lynn Haygood Lee this weekend at the 31st annual Sedona Arts Festival at booth E2.
Shari Silvey will be featured for the Wyatt Gallery in Hillside Plaza, 671 SR 179, Suite A 5&6, during the First Friday Art Walk Oct. 7.