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Sedona Artist Market

2081 W. Hwy 89A, Suite 11, Sedona, AZ 86336

928-282-2153

infoartistmarket@gmail.com

Open 7 days a week 10-5 pm

August 18, 2019

 (Ceramics by Cyndie Koopsen)

 (Bracelets by Charmed Recovery and Heartfelt Flatware Creations)

 (Oil painting by Bear)

(Pastel painting, Constance's Flower, by Elly Sands [with apologies for the reflections in the glass])

 (Collage, Heart Tether, by Leah Pettway)

 (Markers, Moon, by Kathie Betts)

 (Flags by Jessie Russo)

Sedona Artist Market is home to over 100 Arizona artists. In our...

July 8, 2019

Leah Pettway is an artist working with acrylic, mixed media, and anything else that inspires her.

She has always been attracted to abstract work because it is more open to interpretation. It speaks directly to the viewer and his/her perception. And she enjoys that everyone sees something different.

Leah loves textures, circles, and using lots of translucent layers to create the i...

June 9, 2019

Sedona Artist Market is open seven days a week. With 100+ artists displaying an extensive array of work, you're bound to find something you like. Come see us between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m.

 Sonia Luedke

 Cyndie Koopsen

 Gael Summer

 Stephanie Phelps

January 12, 2019

Ken Cadwallader is a new artist at Sedona Artist Market. He makes candle lanterns, chimes, trays, and fire rocks (which burn lamp oil).

Come see his work, any day of the week, between 10 and 5.

October 19, 2018

Flower child Stephanie Phelps is a self-taught collage artist who has found a unique style based on playfulness with mixed media like gold leaf, iridescent paint, and magazine clippings. Come see her work at the Sedona Artist Market seven days a week from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. 

September 7, 2018

 (Karen Michaels)

 (Rae Ebeling)

 (Don Voss)

 (Christine Burks)

 (Terri Salazar)

June 11, 2018

Every human is an artist. The dream of your life is to make beautiful art. (Don Miguel Ruiz)

 (Laura Albert)

 (Jorge Enrique Ramirez Flores)

 (Paul and Beth Higgason)

 (Rae Ebeling)

April 29, 2018

A casual observer of Rae Ebeling’s stick-and-stone sculptures would assume they are three-dimensional objets d’art.  Ebeling points out, however, that there is a fourth dimension—an oft-overlooked dimension of the spirit.  Sticks and stones, and the spirit residing in them, are the body and soul of each piece.  Her art is the manifestation of a connection between the universe and...

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