Fine Art Gallery, Uptown Sedona


Current Exhibition – Now Showing through February, 2021
Featuring: Nancy Black, Christine Debrosky, John Foster, Chikako Myers, Joan Roberts, and Julie Ronning Talbot

The Sedona Arts Center represents over 100 professional local and regional artists. The Fine Art Gallery on campus is a dynamic, ever-changing display of local talent in all dimensions and forms. Part of that dynamic is the bi-monthly featured artists program where a section of the overall gallery allows for a special group exhibition of selected artists.

The Sedona Arts Center’s Fine Art Gallery showcases the largest selection in Sedona of artwork by local artists. If you are seeking a rare piece of fine art, a gift of exquisite jewelry, appreciate stunning photography, or looking for a lovely keepsake from your visit to Sedona, the Arts Center has it all and more. The Arts Center is a 501(c)3 organization that offers all purchases without sales tax – almost a 10% savings. In addition, membership to the Sedona Arts Center provides an additional 10% off all gallery purchases as well as other benefits.

We are open Wednesdays through Sundays from 10 am to 5pm. We look forward to seeing you at the Sedona Arts Center’s Fine Art Gallery.Current gallery hours are, Wednesday – Sunday, 10am to 5pm.  Call 928-282-3865 for additional information. Visit our Online Gallery HERE.

Nancy Black

Nancy enjoys knitting and weaving with a lot of color. Most of her pieces are vibrant accents to the wearer’s wardrobe and are meant to be the statement piece to an outfit. She is also a spinner of various fibers from wool to silk which she sometimes incorporates into her pieces.

Christine Debrosky

In her early painting years, with limited means and a small child at home, and concerns about toxicity, she turned to watercolor as a primary medium, and the outdoors as her studio. The transparency meant that she could render the dazzling effects of sunlight, and started to enter juried national and gallery shows. Working en plein air, with nature as a motif was an invaluable learning experience.

John Foster

John changed his artistic medium for creation to clay in 2011 by starting classes at the Sedona Arts Center. He is fortunate enough to be able to work out of his private studio in Sedona, where he is fine tuning the creative process with his love of the potter’s wheel. John creates magnificent decorative Raku work along with beautiful usable ceramic pieces.

Chikako Myers

Chikako Myers offers a beautiful variety of jewelry at the Sedona Arts Center including fused dichroic glass work and metalwork. She has the perfect pieces for everyday wear or if you’re looking to brighten up your wardrobe with something colorful and flashy! Swing by the Sedona Arts Center gallery to try on her new rings, cuffs, and much more!

Joan Roberts

Joan Roberts is usually connected to her jewelry in fine silver and gold. However, over time she has expressed herself and her environment through several different mediums. Shw recently became excited about fiber arts – specifically nuno (wet) felting. She uses merino wool, silk and recycled material to create scarves, pins and whatever else comes off her table. Each colorful piece is unique in design.

Julie Ronning Talbot

From rust to roses, Talbot enjoys depicting weathered surfaces and flower petals to an equal degree, dropping watercolor onto paper or dyes onto silk and watching the vibrant colors blend themselves. Starting with a careful drawing, analyzing the structure of the subject, then adding veils of color, Talbot evokes the romantic realism of the beauty around us.

We are open Wednesdays through Sundays from 10 am to 5pm. We look forward to seeing you at the Sedona Arts Center’s Fine Art Gallery.

Sedona Arts Center is one of Northern Arizona’s most well-established cultural organizations and serves as the creative heart of Sedona. Founded in 1958, the nonprofit organization is based at the Art Barn in Uptown and offers year-round classes, exhibitions, festivals, and cultural events that enhance the creative life of the Verde Valley. The Center’s Fine Art Gallery promotes the original works of over 100 local artists and regularly offers special assistance for collectors and art buyers, offers private studio visits, and fosters hundreds of arts education opportunities each year.Artists are invited to submit a portfolio and application to be juried into the Members Fine Arts Gallery. Submissions are accepted once annually: July 1–31 | Click here for our submission guidelines

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