New Kids on the Block
July 4-29, 2014
Sedona Arts Center: New artists provide the spice in any gallery. Each year the Sedona Arts Center waits in anticipation to see who will be juried in and what they will bring to the table. This month’s exhibit, New Kids on the Block shares the amazing works of these talented artists July 4-29, 2014 in Uptown Sedona. Experience the fresh new works by John Foster (Ceramics), Alicia Short (Watercolor), Viki Norris (Jewelry), Evelyn Gholson (Mixed media), Chrisanne Finefrock (Acrylics), and Elena Miras Garcia (Photography). They may be “new kids on our block” but they are not new to their art. Come celebrate First Friday, July 4th with us for our opening reception from 5 to 8 p.m.
Visit Sedona Arts Center first, where hundreds of artists teach, study and follow their passion! Sedona Arts Center features a new themed exhibit each month with truly outstanding local artists. We have Sedona’s largest selection of fine art in all styles and mediums. From exquisite jewelry to bronze sculptures, we have something for everyone. Our Fine Art Gallery is open daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily with Opening Receptions every First Friday of the month from 5 to 8 p.m. Sedona Arts Center is a 501(c) 3 nonprofit educational institution dedicated to nurturing creative discovery, learning and sharing through arts education and artistic development.
You can also come see our featured member artists in person as they demonstrate their remarkable abilities each month. A visit to Sedona Arts Center is sure to be a memorable one!
The Sedona Arts Center is located at State Route 89A & Art Barn Road in uptown Sedona. The Galleries are open daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information call 928-282-3865 or visit SedonaArtsCenter.org.
July 26, 2014
"National Day of the Cowboy Artists Demonstrate"
In celebration of the tenth annual National Day of the Cowboy on July 26, 2014, Sedona Arts Center proudly offers artist demonstrations in their Fine Art Gallery in Uptown Sedona. The mission of the National Day of the Cowboy is to contribute to the preservation of America's Cowboy heritage so that the history and culture can be shared and perpetuated for the public good, through education, the arts, celebrations, gatherings, rodeos, and community activities. With this in mind, Sedona Arts Center has scheduled demonstrations from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. with artists, Margo Mitchell (Oil), Linda Sherman (Watercolor), Lyn & Ken Mikell (Musical Ballads), Mary Lois Brown (Oil) and Sue Horine (Jewelry).