Filling a space in a beautiful way. That's what art means to me. – Georgia O'Keeffe (Art by Elly Sands) Art is the unceasing effort to compete with the beauty of flowers – and never succeeding. – Marc Chagall (Art by Helen McLuckie) To give a body and a perfect form to one’s thought, this—and only this—is to be an artist. – Jacques-Louis David (Art by Dann Powers) Art has something to do with the achievement of stillness in the midst of chaos. – Saul Bellow (Art by Cyndie Koo
From 1970 to 1990, Mary Navajo created jewelry, using gold, silver, and precious stones which she cut herself. While she enjoyed it at the time, she says she doesn't miss it, as it was a "lot of dirty work." She had to quit making jewelry after developing allergies to the compounds she was using. For the past 28 years, she has bought and sold jewelry, along with many other types of art. Mary has an extensive collection displayed at Sedona Artist Market, and more in storage. A
Light is Everywhere!
Awaken and See
Light is You
Light is We
It is calling us to Gather!
for Unity. I am inspired by color, birds singing, light, the sway of trees,
goosebumps, fantasies, food, silence, and we. Art allows me to transform those visions and feelings into
something you can touch, taste, and see. My creative space is where my mind is still.
I am aligned, awake, connected, and free. It is my intention that my art fills you with curiosi
Linda Callahan, who cheerfully acknowledges she is known as the 'crazy gourd lady,' is a native of Camp Verde, Arizona. She is married to her best friend of 44 years, Butch, and they have two children, three grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren. Linda started working with gourds three years ago because she grew them in her yard and didn't know what to do with them. She researched gourd work and developed her own style. She incorporates old western leather, horses, and w
Raised poor on the streets and ocean boardwalks of Mission Beach, San Diego, S.J. Shaffer says she was watched over by the saviors of the local homeless and street gangs. She was protected by heroic Vietnam veterans who provided her with art supplies and escorted to school on Harleys by the reputable but infamous California Hell's Angels. She found refuge in classrooms with wonderful teachers who taught her to strive, be diligent, and clinch tightly to her perseverance, integ
Linda Bird enjoys creating elegant jewelry that easily transitions from casual or workplace settings to special events and formal affairs. She was born into a family of accomplished artists, which instilled in her a strong sense of design, color and shape. Prior to launching her jewelry line, Linda spent many years in corporate communications and worked as an executive speechwriter. She has also written articles on numerous topics for newspapers and national magazines. Lin