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Gallery 928 returns to Sedona Arts Center

   February 28, 2024   

Teens ages 15-18 are invited to apply to Sedona Arts Center’s Gallery 928 program, a unique summer art apprenticeship that partners students with a master artist to create a work of public art.


The Gallery of Modern Masters introduces Janet Blumenthal and her captivating contemporary landscapes

   February 28, 2024   

Blumenthal, known for her mesmerizing contemporary landscapes crafted with alcohol ink and infused with breath work, is the latest addition to the gallery's esteemed roster of artists.


‘Perspectives from the Grand Canyon & the West’ at Mountain Trails Gallery Sedona

   February 28, 2024   

Opening exhibition reception on First Friday, March 1, 4-7 p.m. at Mountain Trails Gallery at Tlaquepaque in Sedona features unique perspectives of landscapes and figurative works by artists who are inspired by their love of the colorful Grand Canyon, the canyons and deserts, pastures and ranching lands, as well as their favorite Sedona destinations.


Wake up! Spring has sprung at Rowe Fine Art Gallery

   February 28, 2024   

As mother nature – and art lovers! – start to stir after winter’s slumber, Rowe Fine Art Gallery is ready and waiting with doors wide open.


Patricia Hoisch featured in March at Village Gallery of local artists

   February 28, 2024   

Jewelry artist Patricia Hoisch will be the Featured Artist at the Village Gallery of Local Artists for the month of March 2024.


Celebrate Sedona rescheduled for Feb. 25

   February 21, 2024   

Join Sedona Arts Center (SAC) at Celebrate Sedona, Sunday, Feb. 25, from 1-3 p.m. The event features artist demonstrations, food, wine, beer and Blues music by the Tommy Dukes Band.


NAWS February meeting features art demo by Nita Marlette

   February 21, 2024   

NAWS (Northern Arizona Watercolor Society) welcomes guests to their Feb. 23 meeting at 9 a.m.


EVAA announces Jackie Fagan as Artist of the Month

   February 21, 2024   

El Valle Artist’s Association Artist of the Month for February is Jackie Fagan for her painting ‘Multi-Colored Molly’.


City installs ‘Stormy Bay’ sculpture at Ranger Station Park

   February 14, 2024   

The city of Sedona recently purchased and installed the sculpture 'Stormy Bay' at the Ranger Station Park at 250 Brewer Road.


Zonies Galleria hosts Betty Dion’s art for the month of February

   February 14, 2024   

Betty Dion’s local art work can be found at Zonies Galleria in Sedona, as she is the feature artist at Zonies Galleria for February.


‘Vision & Sound: An African American Experience’ celebrates Black artists

   February 7, 2024   

An immersive arts experience, ‘Vision & Sound’ broadens the understanding and appreciation of African American art and music for multigenerational and multicultural audiences.


City exhibit celebrates southwest and indigenous art

   February 7, 2024   

The city invites the public to save the date for its next artist reception on Thursday, Feb. 8 from 4 to 6 p.m. in the Council Chambers and Vultee Conference Room at City Hall, where paintings created by Karen Taylor and paintings and ceramics created by Mariann Leahy are on display through May 2.


Jerome’s First Saturday Art & Wine Walk

   January 31, 2024   

Jerome’s next First Saturday Art & Wine Walk is this Saturday, Feb. 3, from 4 to 7 p.m., sponsored by the Jerome Chamber of Commerce.


‘Connection through Perception’ with Marsha Foutz and Jamie Kivisto

   January 31, 2024   

The Jerome Artists Cooperative Gallery presents Jamie Kivisto and Marsha Foutz in their two-member Featured Artist show entitled, ‘Connection through Perception,’ from Feb. 3 – March 27 at the Jerome Artists Cooperative Gallery, 502 N Main Sreet, Jerome.


Mountain Trails Gallery’s ‘Celebrating Arizona’ part two returns Feb. 2

   January 31, 2024   

Mountain Trails Gallery in the colorful Village of Tlaquepaque in Sedona continues their two-month celebration of the State of Arizona with an exhibition of artwork presented by gifted and imaginative artists who live in the 48th State as well as by those creatives who are inspired to come here in order to capture its unparalleled beauty and unique qualities.


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