On the 1st Friday of each month, from 5:00 - 8:00 pm, members of the Sedona Gallery Association offer a unique monthly showcase highlighting artists, special exhibits, and art events. These special art receptions give locals and Sedona visitors alike the opportunity to enjoy light refreshments while beginning their weekends with an exploration of Sedona’s exciting art scene. For your convenience, the Sedona Trolley provides free transportation to venture from art gallery to art gallery with the exception of the West Sedona Galleries - Goldenstein Gallery and Greg Lawson's Passion for Place."
1st Friday February 3, 2016 | 5:00 – 8:00 p.m. Featured Art Receptions / FREE Trolley Services
All guests are welcome to attend free of charge and ride the Sedona Trolley, which does continuous loops to the Gallery Row & Uptown locations.
West Sedona locations, Creative Gateways and Greg Lawson’s Passion for Place, are not served by the Trolley.
Red View Gallery: Red View Gallery, Sedona’s newest fine art gallery is proud to present Georgia O’Keeffe, R. C. Gorman, Frank Howell, Amado Peña and others. This is a must see destination for those in love with the Southwest!
Sedona Arts Center: Sedona Arts Center's Fine Art Gallery is featuring large works by ML Coleman, Bill Cramer, Joella Jean Mahoney, Sandra Meissner, Vince Fazio and Susan Kliewer. The Center's Fine Art Gallery showcases the largest selection in Sedona of artwork by local artists.
Andrea Smith Gallery:As a storyteller, artist and medicine man, Heyoka Merrifield has been exhibiting his unique work at the Andrea Smith Gallery since 2004. Embracing the Shamanic traditions of his Native American ancestry, Heyoka’s sculpture and jewelry evoke the ancient mythologies of the celts, Egyptians, Indians, and Native Americans. His books and documentary relate his own personal journey from contemporary art student into the ancient tradition of the sacred artist. Meet Heyoka at Andrea Smith Gallery Friday and Saturday, February 3-4
Honshin Fine Art:Gallery of Wholeness Harmony and Radiance: Honshin Fine Art celebrates the month of February with The Original Valentine, Blossoms of the Heart This exhibit explores the path of the heart through the meditative images of Honshin’s paintings and his poetry. Come celebrate the Oneness that we share through art and our connections to the heart. Featuring new paintings from the 2017 series of the Thich Nhat Hahn calendars and gratitude journals. Join them for “Poetry on the Porch” beginning at 7:30. Special sitar music, wine and chocolates served from 5-8pm
Honshin Fine Art: Gallery of the Ascending Spirit: Honshin Fine Art celebrates the month of February with The Original Valentine, Blossoms of the Heart This exhibit explores the path of the heart through the meditative images of Honshin’s paintings and his poetry. Come celebrate the Oneness that we share through art and our connections to the heart. Featuring new paintings from the 2017 series of the Thich Nhat Hahn calendars and gratitude journals.
Kuivato Glass Gallery: Will be featuring the incredible work of Mary Mullaney throughout the month. Mary creates stunning one-of-a-kind hand blown & carved vessels. Each piece has amazing detail, light, & texture. Mountain Trails Gallery: Mountain Trails Gallery presents For the Love of Color. This lively exhibition features the intricate and colorful patinas of bronze in the spirited sculptures and colorful and enlivened paintings of Southwestern historical icons and culture, landscapes, wildlife, cowboys, cowgirls, and the Grand Canyon.
Renee Taylor Gallery: The Gallery invites you to experience an evening of contemporary artwork by Arizona artists, encompassing a wide variety of mediums including steel, plexiglass, canvas and stone. And browse our diverse collection of international and local jewelry ranging from inexpensive copper and brass to fine 18K gold and diamond collections.
Rowe Fine Art Gallery It’s an evening of client appreciation during An Affair of the Art at Rowe Fine Art Gallery. Stop by to enjoy the decadent dark chocolate fountain. Anyone who has ever purchased art from the gallery will receive an extra special sweet treat. The gallery is located under the historic bell tower at Tlaquepaque
Lanning Gallery: Lanning Gallery opens “For the Love of Jewelry” showcasing Valentine’s Day gift ideas from three masterful jewelers: Michael Grant hand-cuts top-of-the-line domestic turquoise and other stones, meticulously cutting, turning and polishing then creating the unique combinations that exemplify Grant’s extraordinary design and craftsmanship. Victor Yurivilca is an award-winning artist originally from a small town in the Andes of Peru. His engineering background and world travels have led him to build fascinating pieces of sterling silver and a variety of stones. International award-winning jeweler Valerie Ostenak cold-forges sterling silver or heat-forges steel, sometimes adding natural pearls, to create sensuous curves in strong, singular pieces.
Lark Art: Lark Art invites you to join them in celebrating Valentine's Day with their exhibit It's About Love…Art From The Heart. From one of a kind collaged Valentine cards to heartful art perfect for your special someone, they will help you make sure February 14th is a most special day for you and yours. Please join them as they toast Cupid and his favorite day.
Turquoise Tortoise: Turquoise Tortoise Gallery opens “Navajo Jewelry” to showcase Native American Valentine’s Day gift ideas. A wide range of new pieces are in – in a range of prices. Featured Navajo artists include Bryon Yellowhorse, whose newest piece is an extraordinary stacked inlay ring of rare #8 turquoise and sterling silver. There are several fine cuffs for women or men by Herman Smith, a range of inlay pieces by the renowned jewelry artist Vernon Begaye, many pieces from the acclaimed Lister Family including David and Alice Lister and daughters Dee Nez and Davida Lister, and so much more. Stop in and enjoy this 46-year-old gallery.
Alt Gallery: ALT Gallery welcomes the February with the walls full of new arrivals. Great artwork, hundreds of rare and out of print art books, plus vintage vinyl records await. Join us for Northern Arizona's finest collection of secondary market art, books, records and collectibles.
Gallery of Modern Masters: Gallery of Modern Masters presents renowned kiln-worked sculptural glass artist Doug Gillis who creates a modern vision of an ancient art form. His unique modular and contemporary glass wall art is based on the aesthetic styling of the European Bauhaus. There will be an artist’s presentation at 5:30.
James Ratliff Gallery: Features a“Jewelry Extravaganza” which presents the latest original hand-made, objets d’art by passionate Arizona jewelry artists Sandra Den Hartog, Sally Peck, and Adriana Walker. All 3 ladies will be present for the opening February 3 as well as available throughout part of the next day, Saturday, February 4. The availability of the artists to visit with gallery guests is a wonderful opportunity to consult informally with the actual concept creators and makers of the jewelry. With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, “Jewelry Extravaganza” offers one-of-a-kind memorable gifts for loved ones or yourself! And the 3 styles represented differ significantly so they will provide a wide amount of choice as well as beauty and creativity.
Creative Gateways: Artist’s collective Creative Gateways presents Romancing Imagination. This evocative show explores the power of their artists' inner vision expressed through diverse mediums; work in ceramics, glass and painting are all represented. Enjoy special creative fortune cookies and other treats. They will have poetry readings at 5:45 and 6:45.
Goldenstein Gallery: Goldenstein Gallery is not holding a reception this month as they are moving but…Goldenstein Gallery in West Sedona is going citywide! Visit Sedona City Hall to experience their outdoor sculpture exhibit, stroll through L’Auberge Resort for changing exhibits while you chat with artists in residence, and visit the Sedona Spa.
Greg Lawson’s Passion for Place: Acknowledging a greater source has been on the human agenda far into antiquity. Greg Lawson’s Passion for Place gallery presents Houses of Worship featuring dozens of worship related images assembled from Greg Lawson's decades of global travels. Enjoy warming refreshments while perusing nature's frosty transformations at Arizona's largest exclusive image gallery at 2679 West State Route 89A.