Whether you are vacationing in Sedona or living here (which can feel like a vacation), today is a good day to reflect on your favorite vacation spots or places you dream of visiting. At the Sedona Artist Market, we have plenty of artwork to inspire vacation planning: Bear Schutz Anastazia Searle-Leverett Bob Cook Jan Jones Max Knauss Chuck Hensley Thomas Norton Myra Schutt Jamie Boyle Steve Simon Victoria Page
Even if you've visited us recently, you might have missed out on some new pieces from some of our favorite artists: Ken Barnes (see more here). Donna Busse (see more here). Cyndi Koopsen (see more here). Shari Courtney (see more here). Elly Sands (see more here). Tara Monty (see more here). Greg York (see more here). Laura Sue (see more here). Marie Desroches (see more here). Mark Vranesh (see more here). John Post (see more here).
With recovery comes beautiful gifts . . . What does recovery mean to you? Julia DeGraf believes we are all recovering from something or supporting someone who is, be it an addiction, a physical or mental illness, or any of life's traumatic experiences. The path of recovery is sometimes challenging but always rewarding. Julia's journey began in 2012, when she received the gift of recovery. Today she is a grateful sober woman, enjoying the many gifts -- and challenges -- of rec
Sedona resident Michael McCormack works with various types of media in order to bring his ideas to physical form. Through both visual arts and music, his work captures and creates a moment for the viewer/listener, letting them explore the possibilities of the human imagination. Michael's artwork is full of brilliant colors and illustrious designs and ranges from various styles such as surrealism, expressionism, realism, and abstraction. Primarily an impressionist artist with
Most of you know that Sonia Luedke is a talented ceramicist! We are thrilled (no, this isn't Sonia writing!) that she has not only created a whole new line of beautiful ceramics; she has also set up a new display to showcase her work. Visit Sonia's earlier blog here. Watch Sonia's step-by-step guide to her ceramics process here. And stop by the Sedona Artist Market any day of the week, 10-5, to enjoy all of our beautiful artists!
Judith Penvenne was born in Niagara Falls, NY, and lived there, Wilmington, DE, Tokyo, Japan, and Melbourne, Australia. She traveled the world as an IT professional and consultant and was blessed with exposure to many cultures. After her first visit to Sedona in 1980, she knew she had found her home. Now a 20-year Sedona resident, she is inspired to create works that express her spirituality, love of color, and the special energy that is unique to Sedona. Judith is intrigued
Darren Lambert designs all the lamps displayed by Juniper Lamp Co. His experience as an accomplished airbrush artist gives him a unique perspective when it comes to design. All the juniper is harvested in Bend, Oregon and is pressure-washed, hand-sanded with special attention to every detail. Darren’s lamps go well in any rustic, western, craftsman, or modern home with the appropriate lamp shade. The bases are all handmade and are not run through a planer. All lamps are made