Liz Rocha--or, Beba Rocha, as she goes by in her photography business--has been drawn to horses all her life. It is a magnetic attraction that has allowed her to capture the feel of her subject and the moment. An avid horse rider for many years, Liz came to feel that the activity wasn't in the best interest of the horse. She decided to "free her horses from the ride and discover what was beyond." Liz describes the transition as magical. "There are no words to describe a liber
Be still and the earth will speak to you. --Navajo Proverb So many people who visit the Southwest are looking for that perfect piece of turquoise. Coming as it does in a wide variety of blues and greens, with varying patterns and striations, turquoise is highly sought after all over the world. Here at the Sedona Artist Market, we carry a wide variety of turquoise bracelets, pendants, watches, earrings, cuff links, belt buckles and rings. Zuni "Sunface" pin with mother-of-pear
Eklektos is Greek for chosen. Julie and Celeste both have a passion for collecting fabulous finds and delectable decor. They readorn, refinish, and refine. And they believe that beauty does not lie in perfection. Their space at Sedona Artist Market contains great variety, including coat racks, hats, frames, lamps, mirrors, old clocks, cards, jewelry, fabulous fun vintage signs, baskets, pillows, and more. Celeste has worked as an interior designer for 16 years. She had her o
Gary James retired eight years ago and settled in the southwest. His interest in Native American jewelry inspired him to begin working with turquoise. During a trade show in Phoenix, he learned about the gemstone larimar. A variety of the mineral pectolite, which is found throughout the world, the sea-blue color of larimar is only found in the Dominican Republic. Gary has two cases full of exquisite jewelry at the Sedona Artist Market. One case is what is called "old pawn," w
I Am (Myra Shutt) An Angel's Whisper (SJ Shaffer) Build Bridges, Not Walls (James Naughton) Embrace (Shaeri Richards) Dance (Helen McLuckie) Be Moderate and Just (Tina Reichow) Return to Source (Karen Michaels)
Victoria Page began oil painting at age 10 at her family home in Maine. With a self-proclaimed goal of "making the world a better place," Page established Satori Design Studios in northern Arizona in 1999. Inspired by her passion for flowers and the Asian arts, Page has developed skills in silk painting and textile design. Her functional jewelry features handmade Japanese papers and hand-dyed glass. The Sedona Artist Market is proud to display Victoria's jewelry, cards, potte
Gael Summer, who prepares fossils for museums and institutions, has had a space at the Sedona Artist Market for several years. It's a single, simple glass case, yet it contains a great variety of treasures. Whether you're looking for fossils, gemstones, carvings, puzzle boxes, or jewelry, you can find it here.