January 25, 2020

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...

October 19, 2019

We know, we know. This sounds like one of those Hallmark made-up holidays designed to get you to spend money on cards and flowers and candy.

But Sweetest Day actually started out as Candy Day over 100 years ago. In 1916, the National Confectioners' Association designated the third Saturday in October as a day to make a difference through acts of kindness.

Why not celebrate today by...

August 24, 2019

Landscape and wildlife photographer Jim Green bought his first real camera at the PX in South Vietnam while serving in the US Marine Corps and has been hooked ever since.

In awe of the natural world since he was very young, Jim does his best to capture his subject as close to reality as possible.

Jim is a member of Sonoran Arts League and has photos displayed in several venues...

July 18, 2019

Pet portrait and wildlife artist Dawn Grace was born in Lebanon, PA, in 1963. She gained her artistic talent from her father who was a gifted wood carver, always focused on detail. Dawn excelled in art classes during high school and participated in shows, winning the gold key award of excellence in her district.

After graduating from Cholla High School in Tucson, she attended the...

July 10, 2019

 (Cyndie Koopsen)

According to the Farmer's Almanac, "We often hear about the 'dog days' of summer but few know what the expression means. Some say that it signifies hot sultry days 'not fit for a dog,' others suggest it’s the weather in which dogs go mad. The Dog Days of Summer describes the most oppressive period of summer, between July 3rd and August 11th each year. But where d...

July 6, 2019

We've featured Chuck's work in a previous blog post, which focused on his welded metal miniatures embedded in Sedona's red rock.

Chuck may be a master welder, but his talents don't end there.

Check out his beautiful watercolors!

Stop by the Sedona Artist Market to see Chuck's metal and rock miniatures, jewelry, and now...watercolors! 

Chuck is in Booth 56, and we are open every...

May 31, 2019

 (Victoria Page)

Sedona Artist Market is open seven days a week, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. We have over 100 artists with an extensive array of work, including paintings, prints, glass work, jewelry, sun catchers, ceramics, clothing, photography, gourd art, woodwork, assemblage, and ornaments. We also have vendors who sell crystals and fossils. Come see us!

 (Dann Powers)

 (Naomi Brown)


April 7, 2019

(June Payne Hart)

It's time to spring into spring, and Sedona Artist Market is ready! 

(Mary Nordstrum)

Hop, skip, or jump into action and make your selection from fabric crafts, paintings, prints, or bunny banks. 

 (Elly Sands)

The weather is nice and the traffic is manageable, so come in soon.

 (Furnishings Unlimited)

Bunnies, bunnies everywhere! Bunnies, bunnies in my hair!

 (Chuck He...

January 29, 2019

If you love color, you have probably found yourself admiring pastel paintings and drawings, with their luminous color and velvety rich texture.

Pastel powder is so intense because it is pure pigment--the same pigment used in all art mediums, including oil paints.

Pastels come in several different forms, including hard pastels, soft pastels, pencils, and oil.


January 1, 2019

The Sedona Artist Market wishes you all a very Happy New Year!

                                                          (Max Knauss)

We look forward to another year of bringing you beautiful, one-of-a-kind handmade art. It is a great privilege...

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