Visit the Galleries in Sedona and Jerome, AZ

Sedona’s First Friday Gallery Tour and Jerome Art Walk

October 2nd and 3rd, 2015


Clear  skies, highs in the low 80’s, beautiful scenery and very talented artists make this weekend a perfect time to visit us in the red Rocks of Sedona, AZ!  The galleries in Sedona will be rolling out new exhibits for the First Friday Gallery Tour on October 2nd and the following day Jerome will showcase their artists during the Jerome Art Walk!

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. If you are staying at the Best Western PLUS Inn of Sedona, 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
September 5th, 2014

Sedona Arts Center
“”Hardscapes” “
October 2nd – November 4th, 2015
Opening Reception October 2nd (5:00 – 8:00 pm)

sedona arts centerSedona Arts Center invites the public to stop by its Uptown gallery and experience unique new works by October’s featured artists Evelyn Gholson (mixed media), Joanne Hiscox (mixed media, glass), Byron McKeown (fine crafts, sculpture), Deanne McKeown (sculpture, jewelry) and Mike Turner (digital art). “With Hardscapes, each featured artist has taken their work to a new creative level, beyond the ordinary,” said executive director Eric Holowacz. “ They employ everything from modern technology to found materials, and the results are one of a kind works of Sedona-made art.”. For more information please visit the Sedona Arts Center.

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Goldenstein Gallery
“1th Annual Cowboys and Indians Show”
 October 2nd, 2015
Child of the Wolf  Kevin McCarthy
This highly anticipated celebration of the American West has received international acclaim. Showcasing internationally renowned contemporary Native American and Western Artists, it is deeply rooted in tradition yet flourishes with new innovative styles that capture the imaginations of today.  This highly anticipated celebration of the American West features David DeVary, Upton Ethelbah 1st place winner in sculpture at 2015 Santa Fe Indian Market, Charles Decker, SJ Shaffer Ben Wright ,Carla Romero, Kevin McCarthy and James Muir. For more information please visit the Goldenstein Gallery on Facebook.

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Tlaquepaque Arts and Crafts Village
Painting the Pulse at Rowe Fine Art Gallery
October 2nd, 2015 (5:00 pm – 8:00 pm)
October 3rd, 2015 (1:00 – 4:00 pm)Ken Rowe Gallery
What do a Latvian child prodigy and Rowe Fine Art Gallery have in common? Larisa Aukon. When Larisa was just 12 years old, she passed extensive exams to be accepted into a prestigious art school for gifted children in her native Latvia. She went on to receive her master’s degree in fine art from Latvian State Academy of Fine Art. So when Larisa says she’s been painting her entire life, you know she’s serious. Larisa’s first solo show in Sedona, Painting the Pulse, happens at Rowe Fine Art Gallery! For more information on this Sedona event please visit Rowe Fine Art Gallery on Facebook.

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Mountain Trails Gallery
First Friday Event – “The Colors of Autumn”
October 2nd, 2015 (5:00 pm – 8:00 pm)
Mountain Trails Fall is in the air and Mountain Trails Gallery will showcase new paintings by some of the Southwest’s most collected Plein Air painters. Many works will include dramatic scenes of the Grand Canyon, Sedona, Oak Creek Canyon, the Navajo Lands, and the Sonoran Desert. A group of vibrant Sedona paintings, including Slide Rock, will be featured by world traveler E J Paprocki, who only paints on location. Sedona favorites Adele Earnshaw and Joe Garcia will present the flora and fauna of the Oak Creek Canyon and Sedona. For more information please visit the Mountain Trails Gallery on Facebook.

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Turquoise Tortoise Gallery
“Master and Son:The Sculpture of Larry Yazzie and Cody Yazzie”
  October2nd, 2015 (5:00 pm – 8:00 pm)

Turquoise GalleryTurquoise Tortoise Gallery opens “Master and Son: The Sculpture of Larry Yazzie and Cody Yazzie”! The artists will be at the gallery to meet visitors and answer questions about their techniques and inspiration. Larry Yazzie gives an Artist Talk at 6:30. The senior Yazzie has been an award-winning sculptor for decades with many prominent collectors, while his gifted son, who clearly has learned from the best! For more information please visit the Turquoise Tortoise Gallery.

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Lanning Gallery
“Landscape and Wood:Marshall Noice and Robert Cherry”
October 2nd, 2015 (5:00 pm – 8:00 pm)
Artist Robert CherryThe Lanning Gallery in Sedona, Arizona kicks off its autumn season by welcoming landscape artist Marshall Noice to town and unveiling his newest paintings as well as showcasing the hand-turned wood vessels of artist Robert Cherry. The colorful representations of hills and trees, valleys, rivers and the occasional barn that fill the canvases of Marshall Noice are the joyful epitome of Expressionistic landscapes. Beginning with fallen wood chosen for its desirable “defects,” Robert Cherry roughs out each “blank” then allows each to dry to a 10-15% moisture content before skillfully completing his final shape, a process that involves working interiors through only small top openings. A variety of colorations are added and the natural gaps in the wood are filled with turquoise before each is coated with several layers of carefully applied resin. For more information on this Sedona event please visit the Lanning Gallery.

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Tlaquepaque Arts and Crafts Village
Andrea Smith Gallery “Josh Frager:Art to Awaken the Soul”Andrea SMith Gallery
October 2nd – 3rd, 2015
As Joshua Frager sat meditating in Peerapong Thongsansra’s temple, a Buddha of Light was awakened inside of him. Filled with love and a vision to create “Art to Awaken the Soul”, Joshua returned to America from Thailand to do just that. He has since devoted his life to bringing these spiritual creations to life and sharing their blessings with you. Meet Joshua and see his collection of Blessed art. For more information on this Sedona event please visit the Tlaquepaque Arts and Crafts Village.

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Jerome Art Walk
October 3rd, 2015 (5:00 pm – 8:00 pm)
Jerome Art WalkEnjoy the fall evening in Jerome during the October 3rd First Saturday Art Walk. Once again, the magical mountain town will be hosting a night filled with art, music and refreshments galore. Art Walk is the only night that galleries are open from 5 to 8pm. Members like Nellie Bly by the Spirit Room, Patrick Lincoln in The New State Motor Company and Flux Gallery in the Old Jerome High School all bring a fresh energy to the vibrant art scene in Jerome. With 22 participating galleries and studios and many sponsoring businesses and restaurants offering specials, this is a festive night in Jerome. A free shuttle runs throughout the town during the event. For more information please visit the Jerome Art Walk.

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Best Western PLUS Inn of Sedona
Complimentary “About Town” Sedona Shuttle Service

Did you know that the Best Western PLUS Inn of Sedona offers a Complimentary “About Town” Sedona Shuttle Service? That’s right, if you are a guest of our Sedona hotel we’ll do the driving for you. We’ll take you anywhere within Sedona proper in our 12 passenger air conditioned van, then just call us and we’ll come back and pick you up! This free shuttle service is available to all of our guests from 8:00 am until last pick up at 9:45 pm.

  • Don’t worry about finding a parking spot, especially in Uptown!
  • Don’t worry about navigating after dark!
  • Don’t worry about having a glass of wine with dinner!
  • Don’t worry about a thing, you’re on vacation!
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