Deb Lynch likes making furniture out of wine barrels. The only thing keeping the Camp Verde resident from making more furniture is time.
Mountain Trails Gallery at Tlaquepaque in Sedona will honor a group of artists who have made the gallery a destination for paintings, sculpture, and mixed media fine art, and this group happens to be remarkable “Women of the West.”
Amanda Rumore says she has no memory of the weeks that followed July 30, 2018.
Art in the Clark presents the Verde Valley Weavers & Spinners Guild fifth annual fiber art show.
Local artist Jason S. Voss has a new series of paintings inspired by Jerome, Arizona.
As The Sedona Women wrap up their 20th Anniversary season, the group is thrilled to welcome back by popular demand esteemed travel writer Roger Naylor to speak Wednesday, May 19, 10:30 a.m., via Zoom.
Weekends from May 7-16, Mingus Union’s theater program, A Troupe Of Ridiculous Thespians, will perform the Addams Family Broadway Musical.
“For the Love of Ranching” opens on Friday, May 7, with a reception from 4-7 p.m. at Mountain Trails Gallery, at Tlaquepaque in Sedona.
The Village Gallery of Local Artists will present glass and crystal artist Judith Beals as its featured artist for May.
The Sedona Arts Academy's current show features an extraordinary range of fine pieces from gifted local artists.
In May, Rowe Fine Art Gallery asks art lovers What’s In Your Garden? with a bronze sculpture show that opens May 7 and runs the entire month.
Sedona Camera Club webinar presentation “Creating Visual Impact in your Photography” with Brenda Tharp
Photographic artist Brenda Tharp will present to the Sedona Camera Club starting at 6 p.m. on Monday, April 26.
After a six-week virtual class series on painting with alcohol inks, participants submitted some of their work to the Camp Verde Library’s art display.
Jerome Artists Cooperative Gallery presents Mark Galen Lucas's Matter or Not: Contemporary Sculpture in Glass
The glass work of Mark Galen Lucas expresses themes familiar to many, although they may be themes that most people have not chosen to explore.
Sedona Arts Academy announces the Scarlet Scroll Studio Art Display by Sadaf Alam, April 14.
Red Earth Theatre is excited to be back with a 60-minute show celebrating our beautiful planet and home. Show is 6 p.m. Thursday, April 15.
El Valle Artists Association will hold an April 24 workshop at the Pine Shadows Community Center, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
American Women Artists, a non-profit organization, grew out of shows in the early 1990s organized by the Tucson Museum of Art and Friends of Western Art.
Sex, religion, and politics collide as six Pakistani-American Muslim women air their dirty lingerie.
Sedona Arts Academy announces the Scarlet Scroll Art Show through April 17. Proceeds from this event will help benefit future performances and workshops at SAA.
Sedona Arts Center represents nearly 100 professional local and regional artists.
El Valle Artist Association will hold its first in-person monthly meeting on April 8 with CDC protocols in place. Please wear a mask and bring your own drinks or snacks.
The Village Gallery of Local Artists celebrates the artwork of long-time gallery member Clark Sheppard during the month of April.
In April, visit Rowe Fine Art Gallery where the artists are reimagining and redefining their mediums.
Mountain Trails Gallery at Tlaquepaque in Sedona celebrates artwork from the gallery’s award-winning artists with “Beauty Across the West: A Spring Renewal.”