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Mike Koopsen: Photographer

There are few places that claim more beautiful landscape than Sedona, Arizona. Mike Koopsen captures the soul-enriching essence of Sedona and the surrounding area. He balances composition with interlocking synergy, exciting both the visual and the emotional senses and transforming scenes into art. Mike has always been passionate about the natural world and the beauty that surrounds us. It is one of the reasons he moved to Sedona. His desire to capture the spirit of the moment and preserve it for others to enjoy has never diminished. Mike began taking photographs more than 25 years ago when he experimented with black and white film to capture images of favorite horses. Success in that initial

When the Horse Whispers to You . . .

I am living my dream! That's what photographer Jody Miller says of her work and life. Jody sums up her "brand" as being able to find the spirit of the horse and turn it into a photo "that keeps on giving." As an artist, Jody hopes that viewers of her pieces will feel the same emotions she feels in the presence of these majestic animals: freedom, beauty, passion, inspiration. "It is my goal that you feel connected through these photographs and that you discover the sense of spirit that awaits you in your own life. This is my brand." Come see Jody's work at the Sedona Artist Market! And the eyes of those two Indian ponies Darken with kindness. They have come gladly out of the willows To welcom

Successful Inner Journey

Mary Ann Winiger felt there was more to life than what she had been experiencing. So, in 1973, her search for meaning and fulfillment took her to India, where she spent the next 25 years with spiritual teacher Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh (later Osho). Mary Ann says she "touched some amazing spaces" within herself under his tutelage, but after he died she found herself still searching. After studying with several other teachers, Mary Ann had a Human Design reading that ended her inner search with a meaningful discovery: the realization that she needed to stop initiating and wait to respond. And, she says, this changed everything. Since then, Mary Ann has traveled to several countries to give Huma

Dog Days of Summer

It's hot outside! Come peruse our cool art! Sedona Artist Market is open seven days a week, 10 to 5, including most major holidays. However, we will be closed July 4.

Yes, We Have Cards!

Understandably, we get a lot of people coming in looking for notecards or postcards. It's an easy and thoughtful way to connect with someone back home, to send a little piece of one's trip, or even to keep as a memento. When people ask, it's sometimes hard to direct them to ALL the beautiful cards we have, as they are spread throughout the store. We have so many talented painters and photographers, it's hard to know where to start, but luckily, we've gathered all our cards together in one handy blog, so you'll have a good idea of what we offer. Artist: Mark Vranesh Artist: Steve Simon Artist: Lorraine Voss Artist: Kathie Gabriel Artist: Myra Shutt Artist: Helen McLuckie Artist: Marlene Rose

Love Flows

Jill Edwards’ motto is “Love Flows.” And judging from the appearance of her photographs and unique, southwest-inspired jewelry, her creativity does as well. Edwards says she’s inspired by the charm and artistry of her surroundings and the balance found in nature and all things. And her career goal has been to capture this beauty and balance in her work. After graduating from Santa Barbara City College, Edwards decided to focus on photography and graphic design. This led to a job as the Director of Image and Design for a private school in California. She also took on freelance work, which included a diverse array of design projects for authors, environmental and public campaigns, and the

Sedona Artist Market

Sedona Artist Market has over 100 Arizona artists, about a dozen resale booths, and 8,000 square feet of space. We have a great variety of wares, including jewelry, ceramics, fabric/clothing, paintings, photography, carvings, and more. We're open seven days a week, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Come in and see what you can find! (Charmed Recovery) (Sonia Luedke) (Jean Givler) (Gary James) (Mark Vranesh)

Spend a Rainy Day with Us

Sedona is finally enjoying some rain! What do you like to do on a rainy day? Read a book? Watch a movie? Sleep (my personal favorite)? How about stopping by the Sedona Artist Market and browsing some local art? Or maybe you're more in the mood for some inspirational music . . . Or how about some clothes shopping? We have a wide variety of artists! And don't forget about art supplies! Our store has 8,000 square feet of space for you to wander to your heart's content. Seven days a week, from 10 to 5, you are welcome to spend a rainy day with us.

Naked on the Rocks

Andrew Johnson has been a photographer most of his life, but began shooting the nude in 2001, when an impromptu shoot with a friend sent him off on a new creative direction. In the years since, Andrew come to specialize in shooting landscape nudes on Sedona's beautiful red rocks. He has worked with models from all over the world and his work has been published in magazines such as FUSE and VOLO. He sums up his work: "The nude has a long tradition in art and I consider myself part of that legacy and I am fortunate to have met and worked with these many fascinating women."

I Prefer Living in Color

(Ruth Cornell) What is pink? a rose is pink By a fountain's brink. (Nicole Lavoie) What is red? a poppy's red In its barley bed. (Jorge Enrique Ramirez) What is blue? the sky is blue Where the clouds float thro'. (Karen Spehar) What is white? a swan is white Sailing in the light. (Brenda Zyburt) What is yellow? pears are yellow, Rich and ripe and mellow. (Elly Sands) What is green? the grass is green, With small flowers between. (Jill Edwards) What is violet? clouds are violet In the summer twilight. (Mary Ann Winiger) What is orange? Why, an orange, Just an orange! (Laura Albert) Poem by Christina Rossetti

Make Beautiful Art

Every human is an artist. The dream of your life is to make beautiful art. (Don Miguel Ruiz) (Laura Albert) (Jorge Enrique Ramirez Flores) (Paul and Beth Higgason) (Rae Ebeling)

Javelina

The moon was round, shining bright as two javelinas ran fast last night. They were caught in my headlights, racing on the road to get out of sight. I'm glad they didn't turn to fight, their sprinting bodies gave me a fright. We went on our ways into the night. The javelinas and me we'll both be all right. Bronze Javelina Sculptures by Barbara Brown: www.barbarabrown.com "Javelinas" by Joy Acey: http://poetryforkidsjoy.blogspot.com/2011/11/javelina.html

A Man For All Seasons

Sir Thomas More was once described by a contemporary as “A man of marvelous mirth and pastimes…a man for all seasons.” Artist Gary Golden admits to an infectious sense of humor and says he enjoys several pastimes. He’s a water colorist who specializes in southwest scenes and portraits of Native Americans, to which he often adds glitter, turquoise and Sedona red sand. He also enjoys gardening (he makes note cards from pictures of his plants), landscaping, sketching, photography, and pottery. Golden is also a self-taught jewelry maker and creates stunning necklaces from magnesite, silver, copper and jasper. He’s truly an artist—and a man—for all seasons.

Art and Love Are the Same Thing

"Art and love are the same thing: It’s the process of seeing yourself in things that are not you.” (Chuck Klosterman) (Linda Garcia) (Gary James) (Brian Myers) (Nadine Booth)

Wood Whispers

Genna Cohen's love for the arts began at an early age. Her father was an industrial arts teacher at inner city schools in St. Louis. He taught her about his passion for creating art every chance they were together. Wood was his favorite medium, and it's Genna's too. It was Genna's father's dream for her to explore her creative side, and they had many talks about what tools to use and what projects to make. Although he passed away last fall, Genna says his spirit stays with her. Genna's husband and four children are a constant source of inspiration, and she says their unwavering support is beautiful beyond words. Genna loves Arizona and takes to the trails often. She has great love for travel

Universal, Divine Alignment

CrystalStarWeaver says her raison d’être is “to align your heart, mind, body, soul and spirit,” and she describes herself as a universal, divine, alignment facilitator. In addition to providing empowermental intuitive sessions, Sedona spiritual journeys, end-of-life celebrations, crystal grid readings, re-birthing, angel feather blessings, and van tours, she also conducts weddings. And there are various styles to choose from: Native American, life journey, medicine wheel, same gender, and more. To enhance these ceremonies, CrystalStarWeaver offers—among other services—chakra balancing, smudging, water blessings, unity bowls, and metaphysical tools. Here at the Sedona Artist Market, her sh

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Sedona Artist Market

2081 W. Hwy 89A, Suite 11, Sedona, AZ 86336

928-282-2153

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Open 10-4 pm, Tuesday thru Sunday