Cheri Breeman makes beautiful and unique crocheted hats for the "ideal woman." She began crocheting as a child, using art skills from her college education to create wearable art using texture and color. Cheri lives in Sedona for most of the year, retreating to the cooler environment of the Colorado mountains in the summer. Baby, it's cold outside! Stop by Booth 40 to check out Cheri's beautiful crocheted hats!
Welcome to the world of Mythic Expression! Enter the imagination of Ann Metlay: A lifelong poet and storyteller, she transports words, sounds, and their meanings into her masks and abstract figures. Here they are in three dimensions and vivid color. Allow her to share them with you. You can find Ann's fanciful masks in Booth 62A.
Andrea DeBois is the magic behind Spirit Angel Medicine Bags. Each piece is carefully handmade of elk and deer hide. The bags are decorated with beads and feathers--each is one-of-a-kind! Stop by Booth 18D to pick up your own unique medicine bag: use it to store crystals, jewelry, sage, or whatever you like!
An award-winning artist, Karen Lievense has exhibited at the Sedona Arts Center and won two Merit Awards at different events. A multimedia artist, Karen has worked in a variety of mediums for more than 30 years, including pencil portraiture, Oriental brush painting (Sumi-e), art clay. silver jewelry, tatting, gourd carving, multistage glass carving, and glass fusing.A Sedona resident, Karen looks forward to connecting more deeply with her creative interests and will continue
For Joshua, becoming an artist was a journey to find himself. It involved giving up a life that he'd grown comfortable with to search the unknown parts of himself. This process led him into a deeper connection to nature and to the cosmos, which is evident in his art. "When I draw, I rarely have an idea in mind; I simply start stroking the paper with my pen. It doesn't feel like I'm drawing on blank paper; rather, like I'm scraping away the blank page to let the image be seen.
Alan's passion for nature photography began in Washington DC, after retirement. Now an Arizona resident Alan's photography focuses on the exquisite beauty of his surroundings: flowers, mountains, wildlife, and the Sonoran Desert. Alan specializes in gallery-wrap photos that feature images from all over the world, including Southeast Asia, Canada, Ireland, Mexico, and Italy. All of Alan's photographs are printed on high-definition aluminum sheets using a process called dye-sub
Steve Healey, the artist behind Grumpy Stump Designs, started researching fractual burning after seeing an episode of Flea Market Flip that described this technique. After reading about it and watching videos, he decided to try it for himself. Starting with a few small pieces of wood, he burned an outside bar top for a friend at a gathering, and everyone was amazed by it. After that, there was no stopping him! He began making lazy Susans, candle holders, wall hangings, tables
Jane McNeil began seeing angels in 2009, and from that point she attended the Angel Ministry, where she began to communicate with the angels. Through her angel readings with clients, she was guided to start making her Angels of Intention. Please check out Jane's angels and other ceramic artwork.
Franck Boistel is from France, but he has been traveling the American Southwest and spending time with Apache, Hopi, and Pueblo natives since 1992. He currently lives in Sedona. Franck is a natural and versatile artist with a focus on contemporary Native American life in the American Southwest states. His art reflects the vivid colors and beauty of the people, the wildlife, and the country they live in. Franck found an echo to his own French culture in Native American culture