According to the website Days of the Year, the International Day for Tolerance was created to encourage mindfulness and faith in human rights. In order to encourage equality and diversity across the world, the UN introduced The International Day for Tolerance in 1996. It followed the United Nations Year for Tolerance, which was 1995, in order to observe its teachings annually. The UN defines tolerance as respect, appreciate and acceptance of the diversity of the world’s cultu
Cold hands? It's time for some new mittens! Mittens tend to be warmer than gloves because your fingers generate more heat when they're not separated from each other by fabric, as they are with gloves. Linda Wayne creates handmade mittens from previously loved wool sweaters. These attractive hand warmers come in a variety of colors. Come to Sedona Artist Market seven days a week from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
If you're looking for icons of the Southwest, look no further than the Sedona Artist Market. Red rocks, dream catchers, kokopellis, ravens, lizards, and wolves are all represented here in a variety of media. One of the most popular subjects for our many talented artists is the cactus. Most people picture the tall, slender saguaro when thinking of Southwest cacti, but there are actually more than 1,750 known species, most of which are native to the Americas. (Kathy O'Connell)
Jean Givler, our local weaver, has beautiful designs to wrap around your shoulders and keep you nice and warm. Florence Johns creates these beautiful colored boas to wrap you in soft luxury. These yummy chinchilla pieces will keep you feeling luxuriously warm. Tish's Treasures are designed with fabulous prints to keep you warm and colorful. Heather Hakola's amazing silk painted scarves give you that rich warm feel. Stop by to pick up your warm, cozy, one-of-a-kind wrap for th
"I love to express myself," says Shaeri Richards, and she does so through many creative outlets, including writing, music, improv theater, and filmmaking. Her most recent endeavour is Zen painting, which she studied with Zen Master painter Alok Hsu Kwang-han here in Sedona. Zen painting is also known as Sumi-e, which translates to "black ink painting." Introduced to Japan by Zen monks, this type of art soon became popular for its relation to Zen practice, in which reality is
(Rock art by Jan Florek) Welcome to Sedona Artist Market, open every day from 10 to 5. (The Journey, by S.J. Shaffer) Take a journey, (Noah, The New Beginning, by June Payne Hart) brave the crowds, (Ghost of the Wilderness, by June Payne Hart) look around. (Magnolia, by Victoria Page) Beauty surrounds you, (As Above So Below, by Linda Garcia) in a variety of guises. (Close-up Succulent #3, by Dann Powers) (Wood work by Ray Jonas) (Wind in Willow by Bear Schutz) (A Raven Paint
Brian (Truly) Walter and Brenda Clark share a passion for spiritual development and transformation. Before becoming partners, they each spent a decade on their personal spiritual paths. Truly had a previous background in metal sculpture and LED art, while Brenda's background was in painting. Together, they discovered a love for ceramics when an acquaintance gave them an old, broken ceramic kiln. Truly's main focus is throwing pottery on the wheel, while Brenda concentrates on