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Turquoise Tortoise Gallery puts the spotlight on a wide new collection of carved wood figures from internationally recognized artist, Gregory Lomayesva.
Smithsonian Magazine has named Sedona, Arizona, one of the best small towns to visit in 2014.  There a many reasons why!
One of Lanning Gallery’s most popular artists returns to kick off the gallery’s spring season with an unveiling of many new works. “Jonathan Howard: Night & Day” opens on “1st Friday” in Sedona.
El Portal Sedona Hotel, designated Best Pet Friendly Hotel in the USA by and USA Today Travel, recently launched a March Pet Photo contest that's sure to inspire lots of entertaining entries.
Turquoise Tortoise Gallery highlights a unique Navajo artist along with the gallery’s collection of Hopi pottery by several gifted artists in a new exhibition, “Navajo Folk Art & Hopi Pottery.”
A new exhibition, entitled “Do-Over: Found Object Art,” celebrates the second life given to myriad found objects reborn as exclusive art pieces.  Featured will be works by three quite different artists.  
Located in a sparsely populated area along Red Rock Loop Drive, the Red Rock State Park offers unhampered views of bluffs, mesas, and numerous formations for which Sedona is famous.
Filmmaker-comedians Carrie Poppy and Brian Thompson want to show the world what's so special about Sedona, Arizona, through the magic of film, namely, "Sedona: A Documentary Film."
Along with new works by favorite artists, the gallery welcomes an award-winning wood turner, Larry Witt, who creates vessels, from small to large, using from 400 to as many as 5000 individual pieces of exquisite wood.
Enjoy champagne and chocolates on “1st Friday” and see all that is brand new at Lanning Gallery. The “New Art for the New Year” exhibit runs through January 12.
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