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1st Friday Evening in the Galleries 11/01/13
Jerome Art Walk 11/02/13
The Sedona’s First Friday Gallery Tour receptions and exhibits give locals and Sedona visitors alike the opportunity to enjoy light refreshments while beginning their weekends with an exploration of Sedona’s exciting art scene and in many cases meeting the artist themselves.
Below you will find a few of the exhibits and receptions taking place during the First Friday Gallery Tour, to see a full listing of participating galleries please visit the Sedona Gallery Association on Facebook. For your convenience, the Sedona Trolley provides free transportation to venture from art gallery to art gallery. We also offer our guest free shuttle service to uptown Sedona and the Tlaquepaque Arts and Craft Village. All of the exhibits and artist receptions for 1st Friday run from 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm.
Sedona’s 1st Friday Evening in the Galleries Exhibits
Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village
At the Heart of Nature at Rowe Fine Art Gallery
Sedona’s Bronze Sculptor Kim Kori will unveil a new bronze sculpture and two works in progress during The Magic of Nature the Rowe Fine Art Gallery located at the Tlaquepaque Arts and Crafts Village during the Sedona Gallery Association’s 1st Friday Gallery Tour. For more information on this Sedona event please visit Tlaquepaque Arts and Crafts Village.
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Tlaquepaque Arts and Crafts Village
Annual Sculpture Show at Mountain Trails Galleries
Mountain Trails Galleries’ family of award-winning sculptors will debut newly completed works in bronze and stone as well as new clay precast works-in-progress. Also, new sculpture by Oreland C. Joe, Ed Yazzi, Jim Gilmore, and Sandy Scott. You are invited to join in the festivities, visit with our award-winning artists, and celebrate at Mountain Trails Galleries during the First Friday Gallery Tour. For more information on this Sedona event please visit Tlaquepaque Arts and Crafts Village.
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Sedona Arts Center
“Moments in Time”
Experience Moments in Time at Sedona Arts Center’s fine art gallery in Uptown Sedona! Indulge in the spectacular creativity of featured artists Robert Albrecht, Jane Defoe, Richard Drayton, Luna Patterson and Komala Rohde. Mingle with artists, art lovers and art collectors. For more information please visit the Sedona Arts Center.
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Turquoise Tortoise Gallery
1st Friday Gallery Tour featuring Al Glann: Remuda
Artist Al Glann’s bronze series “The Horse” is celebrated in this newest gallery exhibition with sculptures that range from 14 to 41 inches high. Unlike many bronze sculptors who first create in clay, Glann works initially with steel.A sculptor for over 25 years, Glann only began sculpting horses in 2007 when he created several for the Scottsdale [AZ] Arabian Horse Show. For more information please visit the Turquoise Tortoise Gallery.
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Ted CoConis: One-Man Show
This year Ted CoConis received a distinct honor: The prestigious Society of Illustrators added him to their Hall of Fame; it is an honor they have bestowed since 1958 to artists chosen for the body of their work and the impact they have made on the field of illustration. A visit to Hozho, where the gallery is located is essential on “1st Friday” evening. Stop by and meet Ted CoConis and enjoy refreshments and plenty of great art. The exhibition runs through November 30th.
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Jerome Art Walk
Arizona’s Art Destination
November 2nd, 2013
5:00 pm – 8:00 pm
If you missed the legendary Halloween costume party in Jerome, enjoy a more sedate but equally as entertaining night in this mile high town. Twenty-six studios and galleries will host openings and happenings throughout the artist colony. From the Old Jerome High School studios to The New State Motor Company with the Patrick Lincoln Gallery, art, music and lively conversation are everywhere.This free event has become a Verde Valley favorite with a shuttle that will transport you from the artist filled Old Jerome High School, up to the center of town with The Lincoln Gallery and Made in Jerome Pottery and everything in-between.To learn more about this event please visit the Jerome Art Walk.