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The Sedona Arts Center presents the 2019 Summer Co-op Exhibition and Sale during the entire month of August! There are 29 participating artists which means 29 different varieties of amazing local art. This is the perfect time to collect a wide range of unique items that are sure to awe and inspire. Swing by the Sedona Arts Center Theatre Gallery August 2-25 from 10AM-5PM to see this fantastic show. Featured Fiber art was created by participating artist Patricia CaldwellFind out more »
Finding Beauty with Water and Wood - an exhibition of elegant watercolors and finely crafted wooden objects. Sedona Artists, Katie Sluder and Ken Ledeen, are presenting a unique and exciting exhibit combining a collection of recent watercolors with works in wood that range from practical to purely artistic. These two artists left the corporate life to pursue artistic opportunities in quite different media. Katie Sluder’s watercolors are subtle and expressive, capturing the emotion of a moment or place. Her pieces…Find out more »
Sedona Arts Center students will be displaying and selling their wares on September First Friday! Great student work, even greater prices. This is a great way to support the students in our community. This is a one night only sale so come early! Sale will be happening 5PM-8PM in the ceramics department located in the Sedona Arts Center Art Barn.Find out more »
Join us at the Sedona Winefest where we’ll be painting from live models and the landscape in anticipation of our upcoming Sedona Plein Air Festival, October 12 – 19, 2019! Information for artists: The event is open to all level of artists using oil, acrylic, watercolor, pastels, graphite, charcoal, colored pencil, etc. To participate, members of the Sedona Arts Center register for free to paint or draw, non-members pay a $10.00 per artist registration fee. Although not a requirement, we…Find out more »
Inkieee’s Intermix pop-up gallery #2 will be held on October 4-6, 2019 (Friday - Sunday). The first Intermix Pop-Up Gallery was also held at SAC last year. This year all Korean women artists from the US and Korea are highly recognized in their respective fields. Many of their art is currently displayed in public institutions and museums. Each artist is very unique in style and so different from each other in terms of choice of materials and colors. This show…Find out more »
See artists painting in the Shangri-La of the Southwest! Sedona is a sublime environment with stunning beauty and the Sedona Arts Center has roots going back 60 years to the founding of Sedona’s identity as an ‘art colony’. The Sedona Plein Air Festival takes place during the best weather period of the year at the height of tourist season and is supported by a group of very experienced and enthusiastic staff and volunteers. Our community of art lovers open their doors to host – twenty-five artists from around the country have been selected to participate.Find out more »
Special Silent Auction Previews:
First Friday December 6th!
Also December 11th, from 5 to 7 pm, a special reception for the Silent Auction will feature demonstrations by three local artists. Watch as they create! Gretchen Lopez will be creating a unique portrait from life, Neil Kennedy will be demonstrating on the potters wheel and Vince Fazio will be working on a landscape painting. Guests are invited to bid on Silent Auction items and bid on these artworks while they are happening! All Silent Auction items will have special "Buy it Now!" option. Refreshments will be provided!
Sedona Arts Center is seeking contemporary women artists representing work that has in some way been influenced by the surrealist movement. The scope of the exhibition will be very inclusive. Surrealist influence appears in abstract expressionism, process art, conceptual art, and various forms of magical realism and visionary art as well as collage, sculpture, assemblage, and painting that relies on evocative juxtaposition of various imagery. Because of its relationship to the unconscious and the mythic, surrealism has often been associated with a spiritual quest, situating art as a healer of the rift between nature and human reality through its unique creativity.Find out more »
Join Dina Wakley for a 3-day class, Expressive Abstractions: From Page to Panel. We'll work experimentally in our journals and then transfer our favorite ideas and concepts to panels for a triptych that is full of color and emotion. Expressive Abstractions: From Page to Panel, $495 Teacher will provide: acrylic paint and mediums, stencils, marking tools, Stabilo pencils Please bring: your favorite brushes, brush-cleaning cup/basin, scissors, two art journals in which to work, baby wipes/paper towels/rag, your favorite substrate (canvas…Find out more »