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
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.
“Some of the most wonderful and talented artists in the world…”
Where: Exposures International Gallery of Fine Art, located on Highway 179 1/4 mile south of “The Y” intersection where 89A & Hwy 179 meet.
Date: October 24th, 2009
Time: 12 – 5 p.m.
Artists Featured: Frasca & Halliday
Connie Frasca and Karen Halliday, master sculptors whose work includes exotic wood panels and redwood vessels, are celebrating nearly a decade at Exposures with a special artist exhibition. We invite you to join us for a fantastic art event this weekend!
Connie Frasca and Karen Halliday (Frasca Halliday) owned and operated a very sophisticated and highly technical Aerospace machinery facility. The parts they manufactured were of extremely tight tolerances, which ultimately were delivered and used by the United States military.
Their careers segued on to building stately customer homes of subtle grandeur in Pinnacle Peak. From trick faux painting, plaster wall accents, tile and stone, fountains, welding, plasma cutting, one of a kind furniture construction, titanium maching, carved sculptures and birch wall art-their art soared to new levels. With only the use of dyes to create thought provoking images and designs accented with inlay work utilizing many various stones, they turned their focus to carving wood vessels. Their natural artistic talents backed by logical engineering allows them to create with a vast knowledge and experience in many different mediums.
Currently their thrust is carving and shaping exotic woods such as buckeye, redwood, maple burs, lace wood, marine, manzanita, cottonwood, ironwood cocobolo, Russian Pine, and mesquite. Frasca & Halliday travel the country over looking for the most unusual pieces to sculpt into a beautiful blend between man “or woman” and nature. When 107 lb Karen, who does a lot of sculpting, whips a chains saw around like a logger, she catches a few looks from this incongruous sight.
No two pieces will ever be the same because nothing is machined or turned. It’s all hand carved. They have the capacity to do intricate refined furniture with detailed inlays, but at this time have chosen to less geometric work and more warm, free-flowing sculpted pieces that are very functional and always command good conversation.
Each year a new limited edition is released. Both personalities agree to be truly evolving with “CLEARLY” unique concepts leading the way rather than following works that have been modified and modified by others. As their past implies, they both have a restless desire and need for constant artistic challenge.
The name “Frasca” is of Italian decent and means new growth or fresh twig. Being Irish and Native American, could explain the light hearted and spiritual balance of Karen’s work. Their style is timeless and definitely collectable.
Exposures Gallery is one of the largest and most well-known Sedona galleries featuring the works of hundreds of world-renowned artists all in one place. It is located on S.R. 179, 1/4 mile south of the S.R. 179/89A intersection. Looking for a place to stay in Sedona while you’re here? Find a Sedona hotel here.
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Exposures International Gallery of Fine Art is celebrating this October with spectacular shows and receptions featuring renowned artists Rebecca Tobey, Joshua Tobey, and Jd Challenger. Meet the artists and explore Rebecca and Joshua’s new world-class bronze sculptures and Jd’s new and powerful paintings, Friday, October 9, 3pm-8pm and Saturday, October 10, 1pm to 5pm.
Rebecca Tobey discovered her passion for art over 25 years ago with her husband Gene Tobey. Today, Rebecca continues to produce the amazing collaborative artwork she and Gene started. Rebecca will be presenting stunning bronze figures, original watercolors, glimmering jewelry, and exquisite silk scarves. Joyous at heart, Rebecca breathes life into her alluring creations.
Joshua Tobey infuses his sculptures with spirit and humor. His sculptures are true to the nature of the subject and reveal many aspects of humanity. Joshua spent his childhood in the studio with his father, Gene Tobey, which inspired him to pursue his own spectacular career. Joshua’s work is a breath of fresh air and a product of his passion for nature, wonderful wit and unsurpassed talent.
Jd Challenger is considered by many experts as America’s top painter with respect to Native American subjects. A prolific artist, Jd paints live models in mixed media with bold colors and strong lines. This year, the artist is excited to unveil his fantastic new collection, which celebrates past cultures and traditions from other historic societies. The stories portrayed in his awe-inspiring portraits are compelling, eternally powerful, and demand to be told.
The gallery owners, Marty and Diane Herman as well as their staff, invite you to explore the wondrous experience that is Exposures International. As the largest fine art gallery in the southwest, this sensational gallery features bronze, glass, and stone sculpture; original paintings; and fine art jewelry. Exposures International promises a breathtaking and memorable experience when viewing this remarkable collection of artwork from more than 100 artists.
Exposures International’s shows are open to the public. Valet parking, as well as hors d’ oeuvres and refreshments, will be provided during the shows. Exposures International Gallery of Fine Art is located in Sedona, Arizona at 561 Highway 179, ¼ mile south from the Hwy-89 and Hwy 179 roundabout. For More information, call (928) 282-1125 or go to www.ExposuresFineArt.com.