Nancie Plum has expressed her creativity through interior design, home building, home remodeling, and landscaping. More recently, she took a class in fiber clay, and she found a new passion in the process. Mixing fiber into clay gives the clay many new properties. Artists can allow the clay to dry out and then make attachments. Sculptures can be built that would be impossible with plain clay. Nancie says her sculptures seem to find life as quirky characters, some of which are
Sedona Artist Market is proud to be a part of the local art scene, and grateful for the part that we play in terms of connecting the public with some amazing art and the people who make it! We have artists of all types--working with paint, glass, wood, metal, ceramic, etc., and in all mediums--painting, sculpture, jewelry, etc. We have a wide range of price points, which makes it all that much easier to find something beautiful and inspiring for yourself and your loved ones
June Payne Hart was once scolded for her artistic endeavors when, at the age of three, she literally painted the family cat with thick green paint. A few years later, she was the youngest student to be accepted to study art at the Birmingham College of Art in her native England. After graduating with honors, she worked as a design consultant for Harrods of London and also as chief designer for Accord Greeting Cards worldwide. June also traveled throughout Europe to study art
Shaeri Richards wears many hats. She is a certified hypnotherapist, spiritual counselor, and author. She is also a filmmaker and artist, and her work can be seen at Sedona Artist Market. Zen painting, also known as Sumi-e, is typically created using black ink on rice paper. There is evidence that ink wash painting has existed since the fifth century. The goal of the painting is to capture the spirit of the subject instead of its appearance. Paint strokes cannot be changed or
After retiring to the Southwest in 2010, Gary James was looking for a creative outlet. His interest in Native American jewelry inspired him to start working with turquoise. He took classes and continued to develop his skills. While attending a trade show in Phoenix, Gary was introduced to Larimar, a gemstone which is only found in the Dominican Republic. He creates original designs as well as "rescuing" pieces that either have damaged or unattractive stones, which he then rep
Last nights birthday party was a great success! The musician for the evening was Chris Huelsbeck. He played his lively Electronica for all of us to enjoy. It was a spirited event and fun was had by all. Browse through the above pictures and remember next months third Thursday, October 19th, 2017.
We are SO excited for tomorrow's commemorative party here at the Sedona Artist Market. One year ago we were focused on preparing for our opening ceremony; it is amazing to know that today we prepare for the recognization of one year's worth of memories, art, new friends, and so many amazing interactions. We thank you all for your continued support during these wonderful transformative days. Stop by tomorrow (Thursday 21st) for a very special evening of relaxation, food & dr