Goldenstein Gallery is “Sharing the Light” in December during Sedona Northern Lights, the Chamber of Commerce’s spectacular light exhibition. Visitors can watch from Dec. 13-16, one of the largest 3D mapping projects ever done on a natural canvas, with an approximately 5- to 6-minute show at the top of each hour from 6-9 p.m.
The Sedona Arts Center’s Ceramics Department is proudly celebrating 10 years of the ever-popular Loving Bowls Charity Fundraiser. Which means: over 10,000 bowls have been carefully crafted by volunteer ceramicists and lovingly glazed to be sold within just a few hours in a single day.
The Village Gallery of Local Artists is delighted to unveil a bronze sculpture entitled “Mustard” created by Lenore Hemingway.
With extraordinary vision and exceptional skill Alvin Yellowhorse crafts some of the world’s finest Native American jewelry available today.
In the Navajo tradition the “beauty way path” recognizes that beauty exists within us and around us as the light reflects through a rainbow.
Color continues to thrive at Sedona Arts Center in an exhibition featuring Lyn and Ken Mikell, Susan Moody, Karen Puckett, Cheryl Waale, and Karl Williams.
The holidays are here, and the New Year is just around the corner. With winter solstice also occurring this month, joyfulness is in the air and there is no better place to be than Sedona.
The Jerome Artists’ Cooperative Gallery celebrates its 22nd Annual Holiday Show during Jerome’s First Saturday art walk on Dec 1 from 5-8 p.m. at the historic Hotel Jerome, home to the Jerome Artists’ Cooperative Gallery.
For many collectors, the poetic nature of artist Patricia A Griffin’s work acts as a doorway. Her compelling paintings draw them across a mysterious threshold, leaving them profoundly connected at a soul level with her intriguing subjects; both domestic and wild animals.
For many years artist and activist Adele Seronde have a cherished family tradition of a family holiday art show featuring small works from her immediate family as well as cherished friends.
In celebration of creativity and community, Made in Clarkdale will host its 32nd artist showcase Dec. 6-9. Festivities will be held at the historic Clark Memorial Clubhouse at 9th and Main in Clarkdale
This is the season of giving, filled with holiday cheer, warm hearts on chilly days and reconnecting with loved ones.
Professional photographer Michael DeYoung will present at the meeting of the Sedona Camera Club starting at 6 p.m. Monday, Nov. 26, at the Christ Lutheran Church, 25 Chapel Road, Sedona.
Local artist, Janet Weaver, has been awarded Best of Show in the 2018 National Small Works “Lucky 13” Exhibition and Competition. The event is sponsored by the Virgin Valley Artists Association, located in Mesquite Nevada.
Syri Hall’s rich sculptures and paintings are a reflection of her deep connection to the natural world and in particular the Southwest landscape and animals she so dearly loves.
The Sedona Visual Artists’ Coalition (SVAC) is holding a launch meeting Thursday, Nov. 28, starting at 6 p.m. The meeting will be held at the Keep Sedona Beautiful Facility at 360 Brewer Road.
As we enter the season of giving and gratitude Goldenstein Gallery is entering their 18th year of business. Founded on November 11, 2001 the gallery has grown in scope and reach, receiving national and internationally acclaim all the while supporting numerous artists and nonprofits in Sedona/Verde Valley through their commitment to community.
Bread & Puppet Theater, the internationally celebrated company that champions a visually rich, street-theater brand of performance art filled with music, dance and slapstick comes to Clarkdale on Saturday, November 10th with two shows.
Kuivato, a Creative Gateways Gallery celebrates the dance of artistic elements in ‘Creation in Concert’
Nothing in this life truly exists in an isolated context. Objects, ideas, and actions all work with or against each other. The same is true of artistic elements. Themes, colors, light, techniques, materials, canvas type, and so on play off each to create what is a completed piece. This November, Kuivato celebrates the synergy of these elements in their new exhibit Creation in Concert. Join them for the opening reception, Friday, November 2nd, from 5-8 p.m., during 1st Friday in the Galleries.
Mountain Trails Gallery at Tlaquepaque in Sedona is celebrating the best of the American West with sculpture created by a group of 15 award-winning artists at its Annual Sculpture Show which opens on First Friday, November 2, with a reception from 5-8 p.m., and continues through the month of November.
Jeweler, Denise Nichols and wood whisperer/carver Allah Ali will meet and greet the public at the November 2nd First Friday Art walk, highlighting their own intense connections with the natural world around them. The evening is free to the public. Food, wine and lively conversations will be served up by the 39 gallery artists from 5-8 pm.
Bronze sculptor Kim Kori is a dreamer.
The City of Cottonwood and the Cottonwood Historic Preservation Commission will host the 5th annual Cottonwood Historic Home & Building Tour Saturday, Nov. 3, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The tour will showcase a number of diverse homes and buildings that are the foundation for Cottonwood’s early days as a mining and agricultural community.
James Ratliff Gallery’s “Corn Pollen Journey” opens Friday, November 2, from 5-8 p.m., at James Ratliff Gallery, Hillside Sedona, 671 State Route 179, Suites A1 & A2, Sedona.
Join Goldenstein Gallery on Friday, Nov. 2, as they kick off “The 15th Annual Women’s Show” from 5-8 p.m. with live music by LauRha Frankfort. This dynamic show features the work of their female artists and focuses on the feminine perspective of the visual arts.