The Imms create beautiful ornamental and functional pieces of art out of gourds! . The Imms use only organically grown and pesticide-free gourds for their ornaments, bowls, and bird feeders. The natural color surface of the gourds as well as the inked designs are protected against weathering and fading by the application of polyurethane. Stop by Booth 55B to see all of the Imms's amazing gourds!
Khrystyna Kozyuk has displayed her fabulous oil paintings all over the world at exhibitions in Chicago, Madrid, and Luxembourg. She says that much of her inspiration "comes from the world around us. When traveling I find myself appreciating all that the new landscapes have to offer." Khrystyna spends a lot of her time exploring different traditions and cultures. "From the vibrant colored powders thrown during India’s Holi festival to the rich pigments seen in Native American
Karen Deal's pottery features amazing glazes, designs, and lids. All of her pieces are high-fire, dishwasher-, microwave-, and oven-safe, except for the lids and crystals. Stop by Booth 55A to see all of Karen's pottery. The Sedona Artist Market is open 10-4 every day but Monday.
You'll find a wide variety of handmade art in Lis Hirano Wittkamper's booth. Sacred geometry and cards... Whimsical felt creatures and toys... Malas... Jewelry, pillows, statues, and more! Stop by Booth 14 to see all of Lis's beautiful handmade art!
If you're looking for a perfect cactus that requires no care... ...check out Candice Anderson's Cactus RockStars! They are rain- and wind-proof. No watering necessary! All of Candice's creations are made from Verde Valley river rocks. These cacti make a great gift, doorstop, or addition to your garden. And just look at this cute ELEPHANT! Candice began her artistic career drawing with pencils and learning by studying the masters. Although she's worked in various mediums inclu