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South Lake Eastern Sierras by Artist C.J. Lukacsik

Artist CJ Lukacsik Exhibits Signature Impressionistic Paintings at Sedona Art Prize

Artist C.J. Lukacsik enters the September Sedona Art Prize with 5 beautiful impressionistic paintings. Her interest in Western civilizations, traditional classical paintings and Far East schooling can be seen as influential elements in her artwork.

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Northwest View from Fairmont Hotel by artist Michael Khoury.

The Urban Landscapes of Michael Khoury On Display at Sedona Art Prize

Michael Khoury has spent his career honing a keen eye for lighting, color, and form as it relates to digital art and design, as well as traditional figurative painting in oil from life. Each art form has been a useful compliment to the other and has given him a unique viewpoint into both.

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Within - aerial photo by Sedona photographer Ted Grussing

A Stunning Taste of Nature - by Sedona Author and Conservationist Jim Bishop

Read this wonderful piece about the Sycamore Canyon Wilderness written by celebrated Sedona author Jim Bishop, exclusively for Gateway To Sedona, entitled Stunning Taste of Nature.

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Fire Healers by Tony Abeyta, mixed media on canvas, 42”h x 72”w. At Turquoise Tortoise Gallery in Sedona, Arizona.

Turquoise Tortoise Gallery in Sedona Arizona Celebrates 45th Anniversary

From humble beginnings in Glendale, Arizona in 1971, the Gallery of Native American art grew in size and reputation before relocating to Sedona in 1981. There, is has become a destination art gallery that anchors the heart of Sedona’s Gallery District.

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