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Urban Gypsies Boutique

The Sedona Artist Market is excited to present the Urban Gypsies Boutique! Formerly in Uptown Sedona, the Urban Gypsies are a hip tribe of free-spirited artists, musicians, and fortune tellers with a passion for fabrics, natural jewels, unique garments, funky jewelry, and other treasures. Their purpose is to inspire, to encourage people to try something new and to think outside the box. Established in 2009, the Urban Gypsies support local artists and entrepreneurs and are aligned with giving back to the community, loving children and animals, and encouraging eco-friendly products. Visit their amazing booth at the Sedona Artist Market! We are open every day, 10-5, in the Harkins plaza.

Chip Roberge: Rock Hound

Chip Roberge bought a rock tumbler for his kids for Christmas 25 years ago. Since his kids didn't have enough patience for it, he started using it. He hasn't looked back since. Completely self-taught, Chip is an avid gem collector who hasn't missed the Tucson Gem and Mineral Show in 30 years. Chip digs up many of the rocks he uses to make jewelry. He tumbles and shapes the stone, working on every aspect and making everything but the chain the pendant hangs on. Most of his pendants have designs on the silver back, as pictured below. Chip uses fine silver on his pendants instead of sterling, emphasizing the organic quality of the stones. He rarely uses straight lines or angles in his work. Dea

Happy National Elephant Day!

Eletelphony Once there was an elephant, Who tried to use the telephant -No! no! I mean an elephone Who tried to use the telephone -(Dear me! I am not certain quite That even now I’ve got it right.) Howe’er it was, he got his trunk Entangled in the telephunk; The more he tried to get it free, The louder buzzed the telephee -(I fear I’d better drop the song Of elephop and telephong!) ---Laura E. Richards Trish Koch Max Knaus Margie Axford-Watts Max Knaus Gael Summer Linda Callahan June Hart Donna Ross Dann Powers Dann Powers Brenda Zyburt Crown of Jewels Crown of Jewels

Worry Dolls and Fair Trade

According to Guatemalan legend, when children go to bed at night they tell one worry to each doll and then place the dolls under their pillows. In the morning the dolls have taken away all their worries. The purchase of these dolls supports fair trade—a social movement with the goal of helping producers in developing countries achieve better trading conditions. The movement, or partnership, creates improved environmental and social standards and contributes to sustainable development, primarily in Latin American countries. Here at the Sedona Artist Market, vendor Tish Siemion imports her crafts from Guatemala. By encouraging fair trade there, Trish’s business helps support new Montessori

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Sedona Artist Market

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


Open 10-4 pm, Tuesday thru Sunday