You’re all invited to Exposures International Gallery of Fine Art’s annual Valentine’s Artist Show! This year the gallery will feature the glass art of Laurie Burns and the fine art jewelry of award-winning designer Barbara Westwood, plus other guest artists. Dozens of new pieces will be on display at this show. The show runs Friday February 14th from 1pm – 8pm, and Saturday February 15th from 1pm-5pm. Friday will feature catering by Enchantment Resort.
Birds, Beasts and Beauty is a fine art visual journey with the animals. From Genesis to Revelation experience their magnificence, their prominence, and their uniquely designed connection with the heart of God and man. Including works by nationally acclaimed artists Ron DiCianni , Michael Dudash, Chris Hopkins, Tom duBois, Mick McGinty, historic masters and more.
Wayside Chapel, Uptown Sedona, 401 N. Hwy 89A. Regular Daily Admission is free/donations welcomed. 10 – 5pm Mon/ Tues/Wed. Fri & Sat. 11 to 7pm (closed Thurs.). Sun. Noon – 5pm. For more info call Lynne at 541.326.1786.
Preview – Wednesday – Saturday, May 2 – 5, 10 am – 5 pm Silent Auction Ends – Saturday, May 5, 3:30 pm Live Auction Begins – Saturday, May 5, 4:00 pm
Sedona Arts Center presents the 2nd Annual Sedona Fine Art Auction benefiting educational programs throughout the year at Northern Arizona’s oldest nonprofit Arts institution. This prestigious auction will feature works from Arizona’s finest artists and award-winning Plein Air artists from across the country. All auction items will be on display starting Wednesday, May 2nd – 5th from 10 am – 5 pm prior to the close of the Silent Auction at 3:30 pm on Saturday, May 5th. The exciting Live Auction begins at 4:00 pm on Saturday, May 5th at the Sedona Arts Center, 15 Art Barn Road in Sedona. Who knows what you’ll find to inspire, captivate and delight you when you join in the excitement of the Sedona Arts Center’s Charity Fine Art Auction, part of a fun-filled weekend in Sedona.
Sedona Celebrates the Arts – May 4-6, 2012
Join us for a weekend to Celebrate the Arts when Sedona welcomes visitors with open arms. Hop on the trolley and leave your car behind for the First Friday Gallery Art Walk 5-8 pm. Saturday’s Great Sedona Chili Cook-off hosted by Rotary Club of Sedona and Tlaquepaque’s Cinco de Mayo Celebration is fun for the whole family. Take the Sedona Visual Artists Coalition Open Studio Tour to see artists at work in their environment. Who knows what you’ll find to inspire, captivate and delight when you join the excitement of Sedona Arts Center’s Charity Fine Art Auction or Verde Valley Sanctuary’s Dancing in the Moonlight fundraiser to round out a fun-filled weekend. Indoors or outdoors, Sedona in May is a great getaway. You’ll find special pricing for the weekend and discount offers. Come and enjoy the Arts amidst the beauty of Sedona in Spring!
Classes and workshops are only a part of the palette of activities offered. Outreach programs into Sedona Red Rock High School and West Sedona Middle School supply specialized artists who coordinate and execute projects that use the arts to teach certain areas of the curriculum. Summer camps for youth are also supported each year with Arts Center funding and facilities. Scholarships are available for all the local programming for those that will benefit and have need.
To preview the auction listings, visit our website at www.SedonaArtAuction.com to see photos of the work, and be sure to visit often between now and then to see any additions to the lineup.
– What: Sedona Fine Art Auction
– When: Preview May 2 – 3, 10a,m – 5pm; May 4 10am – 8pm; May 5 10am – 3:30 pm
– Silent Auction closes Saturday, May 5, 3:30 pm
– Live Auction starts Saturday, May 5, 4:00 pm
– Where: Sedona Arts Center, corner of 89A & Art Barn Rd in Uptown Sedona
– Admission: Free and open to the public
Hosted by Sedona Arts Center – The Sedona Arts Center is located at State Route 89A & Art Barn Road in uptown Sedona. The Galleries are open daily from 10-5. For more information call 928-282-3809 or visit SedonaArtsCenter.com.
More than 80 Silent Auction items – Paintings by award winning plein air artists, 3-d art, ceramics, glass, jewelry, art supplies, vacation packages and more! Visit SedonaArtAuction.com to preview today.
Renowned watchmaker Geoffrey Roth will be presenting hishandmade timepieces with an original model on display for the first time. Wine reception Friday, May 13th 5 P.M. to 8 P.M. and all day Saturday, May 14th 10 am to 5 pm.
Geoffrey’s life long love for precision machinery andengineering has propelled him to master the art of fine watch making.His ability to fuse tradition, artistry, precision engineering andinnovative design has resulted in his version of a wrist watch.Geoffrey considers luxury watches to be “the epitome of personalmechanical instruments”. Designed, machined, assembled, andtested in his studio in Sedona, Arizona, these fine timepieces areavailable in only very limited editions.
Date Details: Friday, May 13th, 2011 and Saturday, May 14th, 2011
Friday November 5th, 5 P.M. to 8 P.M. (refreshments available)
Saturday November 6th, 10 A.M. to 2 P.M.
Born and raised in Phoenix, Arizona, Christopher is an accomplished jeweler with over 20 years of experience. His extremely popular line of opal jewelry graces only the finest retailers and galleries throughout the United States. Setting only the highest quality Australian opal, Diamonds, and precious stones in fourteen karat gold Christopher Corbett’s designs are among the most sought after today. Emphasizing quality over quantity, it is no surprise that Christopher Corbett has earned a well deserved reputation as a Master Jeweler. Meet him at Geoffrey Roth Gallery! We look forward to seeing and showing you these stunning pieces. Call 928.282.7756 for more information.
Exposures International Gallery of Fine Art is proud to present its fall lineup of artist shows. This year, Exposures will be featuring the art of Bill Worrell, Barbara Westwood, the Tobeys and Jd Challenger. Come and meet the artists – you’re all invited!
Bill Worrell and Barbara Westwood
Friday October 1st, 3pm – 8pm (refreshments provided)
Saturday October 2nd, 1pm – 5pm
The Tobeys and Jd Challenger
Friday October 8th, 3pm – 8pm (refreshments provided)
Saturday October 9th, 1pm – 5pm
Celebrate the end of summer through the joyful creations of the featured artists in the Sedona Arts Center’s August Exhibit, Serendipitous Adventures, which opens with a wine reception from 5 to 8pm on First Friday, August 6th and runs through September 1st. Open daily from 10am to 5pm.
The playful mix of colors, media, and styles shown in the exhibit will engage your senses and remind you of the joyful, lazy days of childhood summers. Featured artists are: Gale Craig (Mixed-media), Sue Hunter (Pastels), V. Norton (Calligraphy & Ceramics), and Norma Cox Miller (Mixed-Media).
The exhibit is lovingly dedicated to Norma Cox Miller who died expectedly on July 22. Her spirit, her talent, her passion for art, and her love of life will always be part of the Sedona Arts Community. She will be missed! The Friday night reception will be a celebration of her life and her art as we showcase her newest and final works together with the works of the other featured artists. Please, join us to bid her farewell in the way that she would have wanted.
Norma Cox Miller grew up on a small farm in Kentucky. Her memories of the sunlight and shadows, the small stream near her home and the changing colors of the leaves, season by season, influenced her paintings throughout her life. She did not have the opportunity to formally study art until she entered Morehead State University where she learned the basics, which was only the beginning. An avid life-long art student, with an insatiable appetite for learning and improving her skill, she was always seeking more and studied with many well-known artists such as Edward Betts, Charles Reid, Gerald Brommer and Virginia.
When she was no longer as challenged by landscape painting, she turned to abstraction. At first she used landscape elements in her work, and slowly began to paint completely non-objective abstractions, reverting occasionally to semi-abstraction. She preferred stretched canvas or watercolor paper using acrylic paint and various collage and texturing materials to add variety and interest to her pieces. She began showing in juried exhibitions in 1970 and has received numerous awards for her work in acrylic and mixed-media.
Gale Craig is both a painter and designer of one-of-a-kind jewelry. Gale paints primarily in oils, acrylics and encaustics, a 2,000 year old process which uses heat to fuse layer upon layer of pigmented beeswax and damar resin. The wax delivers color in a way no other medium can, producing magnificent translucent effects.
The first thing that strikes you when you look at Gale’s vibrant, colorful abstract paintings is that she paints from the heart. Her remarkable use of color reflects her passion for the mystical and healing arts. However, what is truly unique about Gale’s style is that you can feel the essence of spiritual energy in everything she paints.
She states, “I see in the Universe a mystical world of flowing energies. My visions are inspired by the colors and movement of the energies I see within and around an object. It is the beauty and vibrancy of this universal energy that I try to capture in my paintings.”
Sue Hunter was born in Arkansas but has lived in Arizona since 1960 and thinks of Arizona as home. The lovely desert colors, wide open spaces, and diverse landscapes of the southwest provide her with endless subject matter for her paintings. She works in pastel, oils, watercolor and acrylics. Her subjects include landscapes, still life, figures and animals. She is known for her paintings of roosters.
Color is an important aspect of Sue’s art which is reflected in her impressionistic style. “I try to put into my paintings the emotions I feel using color, light and shadow effects to create design.”
Sue graduated from Western International University and has studied art at Scottsdale Artists School, Scottsdale Community College, with local art instructors and has attended numerous workshops locally and in Europe. She is a consistent award winner in juried exhibits and her work is included in many private and public collections.
V. Norton (Victoria) is a dual artist – ceramicist and calligrapher. She has been a resident of Sedona for 25 years, and works in a studio overlooking the beautiful red rocks. Her inspiration comes from the exquisite landscapes, animals, and people around her.
Sue has traveled extensively in North and South America, Europe, and Africa, which has influenced her amazing masks and has impacted the artistic path which she is currently following. She takes the realistic and interprets it in abstract forms and designs, using the clay as her canvas. This occurs both with her sculptural and figurative pieces.
Her calligraphy has been another 30-year adventure. Sue was a teacher at the Arts Center for fourteen years, dating back to the time when the studio was downstairs in the Art barn. From there, she became an adjunct faculty member at NAU for five years. Now her focus is on original commissions: evolving a series of calligraphy cards, and most recently, getting back into creating one of a kind, hand bound books.
The Sedona Arts Center is located at the corner of 15 Art Barn Rd. and State Rte 89A in Uptown Sedona – on the right just before entering Oak Creek Canyon. For more information about the Poets Corner or the Sedona Arts Center please call 928.282.3865. The evening event is free of charge and open to all who would like to attend.
You’re invited to Exposures International Gallery of Fine Art in Sedona for a Spring Artist Show featuring the work of Eric Lee and Penelope Bushman. Stop by this Friday, March 19th from 3-8pm and Saturday, March 20th from 1-5pm to meet the artists and enjoy their work.
Eric Lee is an artist who creates original acrylic paintings on glass. Each one of his pieces shows his passion for color and rhythm. The beauty of Lee’s work lies in the astute blending of hues and colors combined with the artist’s media of choice – acrylic on glass. The colors move as if floating in air, luminous and caressing to the eye. The glass is never glaring but instead calming and weightless.
Penelope Bushman creates original oil paintings that feature rich textures that testify to the artist’s early training in sculpture. Breathing new life into ancient imagery, she portrays her sentinels and shamans with vibrant colors and rich patterns. Her abstract compositions are magical conceptual journeys that explore human emotion and touch the soul.
Exposures Gallery is located at 561 Hwy 179, Sedona, AZ 86336. For more information, call the gallery at 928.282.1125.
You’re invited to a Valentine’s Artist Show at Exposures Gallery Sedona! Friday and Saturday February 12th and 13th, visit Exposurs Gallery in Sedona’s Gallery Row to enjoy the art of Barbara Westwood, Martin Eichinger and Laure Burns.
Barbara Westwood is one of the most widely collected fine art jewelry designers in the world. Her unique designs present some of the finest gemstones in impressive artistic settings that leave admirers breathless.
Martin Eichinger, master sculptor, creates figurative bronzes that transport the imagination to a world-wide audience. Featured in over 1000 public and private collections, each sculpture captures a sense of dynamic movement and represents a celebration, a mystery, or a tender moment.
Laurie Burns captures the imagination with her innovative beautifully fused glass creations. Featuring dichroic glass containing thin layers of precious metals, each wall panel and free standing glass sculpture dazzles the eye with dramatic shifting color and rich, vibrant hues.