(June Payne Hart) International Dog Day celebrates dogs of all breeds. Come to the Sedona Artist Market to find some canine-related art as part of your celebration! (Cyndie Koopsen) (John Post) (Elly Sands) (Gary James) (Candace Anderson) (Alex Stern) (Walter Logue) (Xander and Skop)
Jamie Boyle was born in Philadelphia in 1954 only to be whisked away to Boston at the age of 10 days. His mother, her parents, and her grandfather were all amateur photographers. His step-grandfather was a professional. He got his first camera, a Polaroid Swinger, in 1968. Jamie bought a Minolta SRT 101 in 1969 and built a closet darkroom. In 1976, he opted for photography as an avocation. Upon retirement from education in 2004, he enrolled at Daytona State College where he e
As a multimedia artist and creative arts instructor of the Sedona-Verde Valley for over 36 years, Heather Hakola feels blessed to call this area home. She says it is difficult to not be inspired by the expansive local beauty of nature's skies and landscapes. She draws upon this wonder and its essence while creating jewelry, paintings, wearable art, and ceramics.
The Sedona Artist Market welcomes new artist Bill Dwyer, who creates unique frames using copper wire. We get a lot of requests here for frames, so we were very excited to see these one-of-a-kind frames. Check out the video below!
Laura Albert creates a wide variety of beautiful jewelry. Check out her pieces in our virtual tour below! You can read more about Laura here. AND! You can shop online for some of Laura's jewelry on our online store here!
A fearless color palette defines the work of Michele Cokl Naylor. She uses bold, vivid, and seductive hues to prompt a reaction or to provoke a mood. Color, textures, and unexpected patterns are the language she employs across a range of media. She makes hats, designs greeting cards, and works in mixed media. She loves finding unusual old photographs and creates wry observations on our contemporary lives for her greeting cards. When she works on canvas, color and texture guid
Birgitta Lapides studied formal art education at L'Ecole Superieure D'Architecture et L'Art Appliqué in Brussels in 1977. She received her AA degree in textile design in 1982 from Pratt Institute, NYC. The Sedona Artist Market is lucky to have some of Birgitta's beautiful Arizona landscape giclees and handmade jewelry on display. Please check out the virtual tour below!
According to the World Elephant Day website, "On August 12, 2012, the inaugural World Elephant Day was launched to bring attention to the urgent plight of Asian and African elephants. The elephant is loved, revered and respected by people and cultures around the world, yet we balance on the brink of seeing the last of this magnificent creature." "World Elephant Day was co-founded on August 12, 2012, by Canadian Patricia Sims and the Elephant Reintroduction Foundation of Thail