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Dreamcatchers

Mary Navajo They catch all dreams, good and bad. The bad dreams get caught up in the webbing and held there until morning, then burn off. M&J Creations When caught, good dreams know their way to the center hole, where they are held by the feather until morning, Charles and Virginia Cagley when they are released to return another night. ~ Nathaleen Boyd, Navajo

Lorraine Fexas: Glass Goddess

Lorraine Fexas found her love of glass when she moved to Sedona in 1999 and became a member of the Sedona Arts Center. That experience set her on the path to becoming a glass artist. Lorraine has exhibited and sold her art in SAC's Gallery Shop and several other galleries in Sedona. In addition to displaying her work in various shows and exhibitions around Sedona and she has been commissioned for art installations and private collectors nationwide. She was a mainstay of the old Art Mart Gallery and the Sedona Artist Market is pleased to welcome her. Always honing her skills, Lorraine often attends glass courses and seminars and has appeared on the TV show Your Life A to Z to demonstrate g

Drinking from Pottery

Most people drink out of glass, plastic and metal. Using pottery for your favorite libation gives you a different feel and maybe even taste. Stop by the Sedona Artist Market and check out our potters. You may find that perfect MUG for your cup of java. I know I did! Charlie Anderson Reyene Trevi Donna Ross Cyndi Koopsen Sonia Luedke We have a variety of drinking vessels. Stop by for the pottery, a magnificent photo, paintings, jewelry and much much more. Don't forget to like us on Facebook, Instagram and sign up to receive updates of our blog so you can receive it directly into your email. REMEMBER: * We sell Art Supplies! * First Friday Meet the Artists is just around the corner. J

Designs by Rita

In 2005, Rita Topp took a class at the local bead store, learning to design and wire wrap earrings. She got hooked on beads and began creating necklaces, bracelets, and, of course, earrings. From there, she jumped in head first making hand totes out of an array of kitchen place mats with beaded handles. She participated in arts and crafts venues in the Verde Valley for six years selling those totes. Rita next tried her hand at being a silversmith. She took a course at the college in Verde Valley and loved it. For several years she designed and created rings and necklaces, incorporating some stones that were cut and polished in her home lapidary shop. With all the competition in the area she

What's In Your Bag?

Whether you're looking for a hand-stitched leather purse, a colorful quilted bag, or a roomy tote, the Sedona Artist Market has a wide variety of purses and bags to choose from. Stop by and see us for all your shopping and gift needs. We are located next to Harkins Theater and we're open every day of the week, 10-5. Charles and Virginia Cagley Hildegard Szuklitsch Jean Givler Susan Shatreau-Janisky Myra Shutt CrystalStarWeaver Kathy O'Connell Furnishings Unlimited Celeste Kilmartin Tish Siemion Celeste Kilmartin

A is for Art Supplies

B is for Brushes (Connoisseur, ProArt) C is for Colored Pencil Set D is for Dioxazine Purple Acrylic E is for Eraser (Pink Pearl, Staedtler Mars Plastic, Kneaded, Artgum) F is for Fredrix Red Label Canvas G is for Gel Pen Set H is for Hooker’s Green Acrylic I is for Ivory Black Oil J is for Journal (Pentalic Dream Catcher) K is for Koi Watercolor Field Set L is for Lamp Black Artists’ Gouache M is for Metallic Colored Pencils N is for Neutral Gray Acrylic O is for Olive Green Acrylic P is for Palette Q is for Quinacridone Violet Oil R is for Recycled Travel Sketch Pad S is for Square Artist Paste T is for Turpenoid Box U is for Ultra Blue Acrylic V is for Vine Charcoal Sticks W is for White

Believe in Life

To be an artist is to believe in life. (Henry Moore) (Viki Norris) An artist is a dreamer consenting to dream of the actual world. (George Santayana) (Gary Golden) The best reason to paint is that there is no reason to paint. (Keith Haring) (Mark Vranesh) A picture is a poem without words. (Horace) (Margie Axford Watts) Art is a way of recognizing oneself. (Louise Bourgeois) (Paige Lock)

Always Listen to the Art

The whole culture is telling you to hurry, while the art tells you to take your time. Always listen to the art. ~Junot Diaz (Gayle Potter) The unfed mind devours itself. ~Gore Vidal (Jan Avery) Art is when you hear a knocking from your soul — and you answer. ~Terri Guillemets (Barbara Brown) Art is not a thing, it is a way. ~Elbert Hubbard (Lukto Mogue) Art is literacy of the heart. ~Elliot Eisner (Kathie Gabriel) Go and make interesting mistakes, make amazing mistakes, make glorious and fantastic mistakes. Break rules. Leave the world more interesting for your being here. Make. Good. Art. ~Neil Gaiman (Furnishings Unlimited)

Trish Koch: Magic with Flatware

Trish Koch's unique handcrafted jewelry is a wonderful example of taking the everyday utilitarian item and transforming it into something beautiful and inspiring. Trish creates from her heart, lifting positive intentions for the wearer to receive that which is for their greatest good. Her pieces are crafted out of stainless steel, silver plate, and Wm. Rogers Sterling Silver. If you visit the Sedona Artist Market to see more of Trish's jewelry, please ask a sales consultant to unlock the case so you can try on a piece to feel the good vibrations!

Reyne Trevi Designs

Reyne Trevi prints Leonardo da Vinci’s famous quote on her flyers: “Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.” But it could hardly be said that her art is simple. On the contrary, she not only creates custom urns—including pet urns, but also ceramic dinnerware and goblets, graphic clothing designs, custom silk screens, and oil paintings. And she still finds time to do studio design and layout, give private art lessons, and design and install custom tile. Reyne divides her time between Detroit and Sedona to visit her children and to influence the nature and style of her creativity. And she enjoys collaborating with other artists—as well as clients—to both nurture, and learn from, their o

Steve Love: Photographer

Steve Love was born in Georgia but grew up in Michigan, moving to Arizona in 1995. He did some drawing and oil painting in high school but didn't pursued it beyond something to do in his spare time as a hobby. Around 2003 Steve got his first computer and began experimenting with creating digitally based artwork and illustrations. He especially enjoyed creating images in the science fiction and fantasy genres. He took up photography because he needed reference images for his digital illustrations. In 2006 he discovered that he could make money selling his photographs through stock photo agencies. He is self-taught and learned through trial and error. Over time, he perfected his skills, and he

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Sedona Artist Market

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