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As Valentine’s Day approaches, Sedona, Arizona’s Turquoise Tortoise Gallery offers an interesting alternative for gift-giving opportunities. “The Past as Presents: Vintage Native American Jewelry” opens on 1st Friday, February 6th from 5-8 pm.
At Sedona’s Lanning Gallery, Valentine’s month features a showcase for the gallery’s exquisite jewelry, providing ample gift-giving ideas.
From February 5–8, 2015, Sedona’s quiet streets and soaring red rock canyons will once again welcome yogis, spiritual seekers and other members of the conscious community for a long weekend of yoga, music and energy work.
George Bodine is an American painter of landscapes, cityscapes, and people.  He has traveled extensively in Europe and his paintings reflect his unique vision here and abroad.
Turquoise Tortoise Gallery in Sedona presents its first exhibition of the New Year: “Stan Natchez: Icons Upended,” a thought-provoking presentation opening January 2015.
The New Year begins at Lanning Gallery in Sedona with a celebration of a very old art form. “Bob Smith: Raku Master” celebrates an artist who for decades has found this work to be infinitely satisfying.
Sedona’s Turquoise Tortoise Gallery presents its annual “Holiday Gift Show,” this year shining a well-deserved spotlight on the Lister Family, one of the most esteemed families of Navajo jewelry makers working today.
Lanning Gallery is decorated for the holidays and ready with opening night refreshments to usher in the gift-giving season. Its “Holiday Gift Show” opens with a reception during the Sedona Gallery Association’s 1st Friday on December 5th, from 5 to 8 pm.
It’s that time of year when holiday mood-making kicks off with the ever-popular Festival of Trees at Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village in Sedona, Arizona. With over 50 holiday trees designed by artists and craftspeople, and sponsored by galleries, restaurants, boutique and business owners, the creative bar will once again be set very high.
Collectors are always eager for the annual exhibition of works from Master Jeweler Michael Grant. This year the exhibition comes a month early and opens with an artist’s reception during 1st Friday on November 7, from 5 to 8 pm.
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