Naomi Martnick, the artist behind Dancing Moon, discovered at a young age that she was deeply connected to creating art. Graduating with an Associates Degree in Interior Design, she went on to manage a local jewelry shop while still taking many art classes and continuing to create. In 2010, Naomi met her soon-to-be-husband Brett and his pug Frank and fell in love. They moved from Pennsylvania to Portland, Oregon. In Portland, Naomi combined her passion for metaphysical gemsto
New vendors Linda and David, of Spirit Heart Art, have arrived at Sedona Artist Market. They state that all items sold through Spirit Heart are created with love and guidance from Spirit. All paintings are created by Linda. Inspired by nature, she says, "I like to play with colors. I often do a meditation before I begin painting and stop throughout the process to just look at the piece and see if Spirit has any direction to give me. I have ideas and then while creating, it’s
Here at the Sedona Artist Market we are often asked if the majestic, black birds outside are Ravens or Crows? Well, look no further, we have your answer here!! Painting above by Wayne Johnson titled "King of the Hill" First off, what is a raven? Known as a 'common raven' or a 'northern raven' these birds are part of the passerine bird family, or more specifically a Corvid. The common raven can be found all across the Northern Hemisphere, and is the most widely distribut
"Art is a diverse range of human activities in creating visual, auditory or performing artifacts (artworks), expressing the author's imaginative or technical skill, intended to be appreciated for their beauty or emotional power." (Wikipedia) What is art to you? To me, art is something to look at, listen to, and feel. As stated in the definition above, it is intended to be appreciated for its beauty and emotional power. I find that I can get lost in art. Closing my eyes and li
Here in Sedona we are often blessed with mild winters and are able to enjoy the beautiful scenery year round. Take a hike, enjoy the scenery, and when you're done come in and see us at the Sedona Artist Market.
In this very busy society, it's important that at times we all slooow down and take it easy! Spending some nurturing time with beautiful and colorful things can be so energizing and inspiring, and art forms of all types are innately healing to all who connect with it. So remember to be gentle with yourself, and take some time to relax and rejunvenate with the help of art!
Sedona Artist Market welcomes new vendors, the creators of Big Love Tie Dye. Jamie Shea and her family are passionate about creating high quality wearable art. Big Love Tie Dye is a local household of hand-crafters specializing in custom tie-dye. They believe in spreading kindness and putting their whole heart and soul into each creation. T-shirts, skirts, and more are available. Their long beautiful maxi skirt can also be worn as a strapless dress. Made from lightweight 95%
Cyndie Koopsen is a ceramicist. She is a potter. She is an artist. Oddly enough, she took an art class when she was eight years old and was told she had no talent and no creativity. Clearly, some people should not teach. Cyndie has always loved playing in the mud; she's very tactile. She loves to start with one thing and transform it into something else. She began ceramics classes two years ago and seems to have found her niche. She finds it difficult to contain all of her id