Everyone is talking about recycling these days, but member/artist Megan Kelley of the Village Gallery of Local Artists has taken the concept to new heights! The FEATURED ARTIST for the month of May divides her time creating two very different “collections” of art work which are on permanent display in the Village Gallery.
The El Valle Artists Association has announced a one-day workshop with Julie Bernstein Engelmann May 25, at the Pine Shadows Club House, 2050 W. State Route 89A, Cottonwood.
At its core, James Muir’s iconic sculpture is all about connection. Each intricate detail in every pieces reflects his genuine calling to speak to man’s better self.
Sedona International Film Festival continues the Great Art on Screen series with “Water Lilies of Monet: The Magic of Water and Light”. The event will show in Sedona on Tuesday, May 21 at 4 and 7 p.m. at the festival’s Mary D. Fisher Theatre.
Sedona International Film Festival is proud to presents the Northern Arizona premiere of “Art & Mind on Tuesday, May 14 at 4 and 7 p.m. at the festival’s Mary D. Fisher Theatre.
Mother’s Day is May 12th this year, and celebrate early by taking mom to Sedona’s 1st Friday in the Galleries event. This month’s 1st Friday in the Galleries takes place May 3, 5-8 p.m. Guests will enjoy art, refreshments, music, poetry and great conversation with the gallery staff and artists themselves. This event is free and open to the public.
With a history that spans 18 years, Goldenstein Gallery has earned a reputation for delighting people with the unexpected. Curated by owner Linda Goldenstein, the gallery seeks to inspire and move their collectors by enhancing their lives through art.
Glass art offers more variations than many realize and on 1st Friday in Sedona two very different glass artists offer visitors insights into their processes at Lanning, a Bryant Nagel Gallery, in the heart of the Gallery District.
Mountain Trails Gallery at Tlaquepaque is delighted to present “Canyons and Horses” which opens with a reception on Friday, May 3, from 5-8 p.m. Talent and creativity is in the spotlight with a group of traditional and contemporary artists who are captivated by the intricate canyons of the West, especially our beloved Grand Canyon.
“Frank Fowler, Jr.: The Desert Was My Teacher” opens at Turquoise Tortoise, a Bryant Nagel Gallery in Sedona, with a 1st Friday reception, May 3, 5-8 p.m. An Artist Talk is presented at 6:15.
Photographer Joel Hazelton will present at the meeting of the Sedona Camera Club starting at 6 p.m. on Monday, April 29, at the Christ Lutheran Church, 25 Chapel Road, Sedona. Doors open at 5:30 p.m.
Piano on the Rocks International Festival was created on the initiative of Duo MusicAleph by pianist Sandrine Erdely-Sayo and narrator Elizabeth Peña, who share a common passion for music, literature, poetry, and for the magical city of Sedona.
As part of the month-long Verde Valley Earth Day Extravaganza, the Inspiration of Sedona will host local performance artist and mask maker Pash Galbavy in a debut presentation of “Eulogy for a Home” at 1 p.m., April 28 at Keep Sedona Beautiful, 360 Brewer Road, Sedona.
Working artists in the Verde Valley will be opening their private studios to the public for the 16th annual Sedona Spring Open Studios Tour, which will be held the weekend of April 26-28.
The Northern Arizona Student Art Show, sponsored by Made In Clarkdale, will take place Thursday, May 2, through Sunday, May 5, at the Clark Memorial Clubhouse Auditorium, 39 N. 9th St., Clarkdale.
Every Saturday night in April Bella Vita Ristorante features the talents of local musician and solo performer Dan Vega.
Working artists in the Verde Valley will open their private studios to the public for the 16th annual Sedona Spring Open Studios Tour April 26-28.
ARC Gallery in Old Town Cottonwood is featuring a new series of paintings by Flagstaff artist David Lash called the “Shareholders”
Working artists in the Verde Valley will be opening their private studios to the public for the 16th Annual Sedona Spring Open Studios Tour, which will be held the weekend of April 26-28.
He told me of his life with the Yellow Submarine but Ron Campbell has much more to show in his 50-year body of work as an animator, director and producer.
Colors represent the “things of the Earth, different things in nature, also they represent directions,” Quotskuyva said. There are six colors in Hopi that represent different directions.
The Village Gallery’s featured artist for the month of April is award-winning metal artist Tom Williams. Along with his regular inventory, Tom will bring two large Raven sculptures and giant bells to the reception on Friday, April 5th.
The 1st Friday reception April 5, 5-8 p.m., at Turquoise Tortoise opens “Dolores Purdy: Brilliant Ledgers” introducing the new gallery artist who gives an Artist Talk at 6:15. As a trained watercolorist it was Purdy’s discovery of ledger art, and immersion in its history, that found her breaking gender barriers in this usually male-dominated genre.
Joshua will bring with him a new bronze rabbit, Lazy Days, that will be making its worldwide debut during the show. “You know me and rabbits,” says Joshua, laughing. “I love to sculpt them because they are odd in the way that they hold their bodies and in their anatomy. My dad, late sculptor Gene Tobey, taught me that sculpture is first and foremost about shape, and the shape of the rabbit is so appealing. They are also great subjects for big personalities.”
For more than 30 years, artists at Mountain Trails Gallery in Tlaquepaque have been inspired by the history and legends of the Old West.