Sedona International Film Festival presents the Exhibition on Screen series with “Vincent Van Gogh: A New Way of Seeing”. The event will show in Sedona on Monday, June 11 at 4 and 7 p.m. at the festival’s Mary D. Fisher Theatre.
Sedona Arts Center’s 2018 summer camps for creative kids features two weeks of instruction in filmmaking with Bryan Reinhart June 18–29 and July 9–20 and a week of Hands in Clay with Rayna Griffin June 18, 19, 20 and 22. Registration is open and scholarships are available.
At the June 1st First Friday event, there will be a colorful, children’s quilt exhibition and one day raffle held in the SAC theater room (in the barn below the main building) to support the Red Rock Quilters of Sedona, a non-profit organization, in their efforts to supply snuggly quilts to children in need within the Verde Valley. At 8 p.m. the winning ticket will be drawn.
A major photography event is coming to Sedona. The First Annual Sedona Photography Symposium will be held August 22 - 25, 2019, at the Sedona Creative Life Center.
When it comes to exploring nature, Bill Cramer takes his love of the landscape to heights and depths as a mountain climber.
While their chosen mediums of fused glass and ceramics, respectively, may be quite different, it is their expertise with the kiln that unites artists Lydia Ann Piper and Mariann Leahy.
The Village Gallery of Local Artists will host artist and designer Ann Bauden during the months of June and July. Ann is a prolific artist who paints, sculpts, quilts, designs fabric and creates assemblages.
This weekend during the season finale of their acclaimed Artists Coffee Talk series, Goldenstein Gallery hosts artists JA Gorman and Kevin McCarthy.
Nature is a perennial and pervasive source of inspiration, for artists and non-artists alike. We can use it to articulate a connection with the rest of the world and with life itself. And although grand, majestic monuments can fill us with awe, we can often grow our own connection right in our backyard.
Warm, easy nights of June in Jerome will set the perfect mood to welcome art lovers as they stroll the lovely galleries and studios that circle the town from the Old Jerome High School to Made in Jerome Pottery and The Lincoln Gallery.
Happy Father’s Day from Rowe Fine Art Gallery. In May, the gallery honored the moms in our lives, and this month it’s all about dear ol’ dad.
Martin Hardy’s art embraces an art venue that not many of us have mastered.
Mixed media painter Michael Colpitts has always been interesting in incorporating expressive colors into his art. In his latest works, he seeks to combine texture with color to create a vibrant and heart-moving spectacle.
The Collective Sedona is pleased to announce a new Community Market beginning May 12th and each Saturday thereafter from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at The Collective Sedona. The Market will feature fresh produce, farm products and tasty treats from local farmers. For more information or to become a vendor, call Joseph at 928-202-0936.
Sometimes a personal journey is worth sharing – it inspires and encourages the audience. Daria Marchetti has just such a story and is sharing it through images, narration and chanting at the Hub on Friday May 11th at 7 p.m.
This weekend during their acclaimed Artists Coffee Talk series, Goldenstein Gallery hosts artist Adele Seronde and Gallery owner Linda Goldenstein.
Another great spring evening is in store for locals and visitors in this mile high mountain town. First Saturday Jerome Art Walk on May 5th will be a party filled with art, music, refreshments and great conversation at the 20 galleries and studios.
Once again, the Village Gallery of Local Artists will host its popular First Friday Art Walk, featuring talented area member/artists whose works are on display in the unique art space in the Village of Oak Creek.
James Ratliff Gallery is excited to announce the May exhibit of Colorado artist Lelija Roy’s most recent paintings in a show titled “Wander and Wonder “. The opening reception will be Friday, May 4th, 5 – 8 P.M. at James Ratliff Gallery, Hillside Sedona. Ms. Roy will present a short talk regarding her latest layered work at 6 p.m.
Students attending Verde Valley School are a diverse group, coming from twenty different countries and eighteen US states, and it’s clear to see their cultural diversity reflected in their artistic creations. On Friday, May 4th between 7-9 p.m.
Internationally Renowned Native American Artist Tony Abeyta Featured at Turquoise Tortoise in Sedona
“Tony Abeyta: Neo-Expressionist” opens with an Artist Reception May 4th from 5:00 to 8:00 pm; the gallery also offers another unique experience: at 6:00 pm during the opening, attendees will be treated to an artist interview with Tony Abeyta and Dr. Jennifer Bryant Nagel, gallery co-owner.
Sedona’s finest art galleries invite you to enjoy an evening of special guests, artist receptions and celebrations at their monthly 1st Friday in the Galleries Tour on Friday, May 4, from 5 – 8 p.m.
The purest connection someone can make with art is through the soul. That moment when art communicates through a deeper level of understanding is when the audience can truly connect with it.
Stop by the Andrea Smith Gallery on Friday, where Andrea will have a gift for each attendee from the land of the Pharaohs. She will also talk about next year’s journey to Egypt, which Andrea is sponsoring with the Beyond Words Publishing. Her Guests on next year’s journey will be James Twyman and Hollister Rand.
On Sunday, May 6th, SedonaKind hosts a unique art show and sale titled, “Kindness Blooms,” from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Sedona Art Center. Featuring the amazing watercolor and oil paintings of renowned artist Leor Warner, the sale will be by silent auction with a “buy it now” price.