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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

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...

June 26, 2019

Sedona Artist Market welcomes three new artists: jeweler Kimberly Lee, painter Tara Monty, and jeweler Mallory Carleton. Come in to see their work; we're open every day, 10 to 5.

Kimberly Lee

Kimberly Lee

Kimberly Lee

 Tara Monty

 Tara Monty

 Tara Monty

 Mallory Carleton

 Mallory Carleton

 Mallory Carleton

June 22, 2019

We have featured Dann Powers on our blog in the past. He is a prolific artist whose works take up a well-deserved front wall in our store.

Visitors to the Sedona Artist Market may have seen his series on succulents or his tribute to Hopi people. 

Right now, Dann is featuring his "Red Rock" series: acrylic on canvas depictions of some of Sedona's more well-known rocks.

Stop by to see...

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)

 (Bea...

May 4, 2019

Mothers Day is early this year, May 12th one week away.  Stop by Sedona Artist Market to find that perfect gift for your Mom.  

We have a plethora of Jewelry:

In addition to Jewelry we also have a variety of other gifts and of course some amazing art.


 

Gemstones large and small:

    Amethyst above, Labradorite to the right 

Paintings, Assemblage Art and Wood Art....

April 22, 2019

Sedona is famous for its red sandstone formations. The Schnebly Hill Formation is the unique rock layer upon which the red rocks are based. This formation is a thick layer of red- to orange-colored sandstone found only in the Sedona vicinity. 

The beautiful red rocks are well represented here at the Sedona Artist Market. Stop by and pick up some red rock art today. We're here...

April 9, 2019

We thought you might like to know that some of our established and popular artists have some new pieces!

NEW! Ceramic hearts from Cyndie Koopsen:

NEW! Hand-painted jewelry from Mark Vranesh:

NEW! Photography from Glenn Tamblingson:

NEW! Brass jewelry from Laura Albert:

NEW! Pastels from Lisa Vargas:

NEW! Hag stone hangings from James Naughton: 

NEW! Paintings from Craig Duro:

NEW! Painti...

April 2, 2019

Naomi Brown was born in Palm Springs, California, in 1975 and now resides in Queen Creek, Arizona with her husband and children. 

She is a self-taught artist and has been painting for the past 15 years. Her favorite subjects are Southwest and Western landscapes and animals in acrylic and oil.

"I am very passionate about my Southwest desert surroundings and try to portray this throu...

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...

December 22, 2018

The Native American talking stick is a symbol of respect, used during tribal council meetings to keep order and demonstrate courtesy. Only the person holding the stick may talk; everyone else must wait their turn until the stick is passed to them.

Crafted by hand and typically made of natural materials such as leather, antler, and wood, and decorated with feathers, cryst...

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