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1/28/2013 5:17:00 PM
Sedona Gallery Assn. hosts 1st Friday tour
Paintings by Steven Lang at Mountain Trails Gallery depict the stories, the way of life, and event-changing moments of the North American Indians of the Plains region.
Paintings by Steven Lang at Mountain Trails Gallery depict the stories, the way of life, and event-changing moments of the North American Indians of the Plains region.
Turquoise Tortoise Gallery features “Southwest Sculpture” to highlight work from two of its newest artists, Al Glann and Manny Valenzuela.
Turquoise Tortoise Gallery features “Southwest Sculpture” to highlight work from two of its newest artists, Al Glann and Manny Valenzuela.

Sedona's finest art galleries invite you to enjoy an evening of openings, special guests, artists receptions and celebrations at their 1st Friday Gallery Tour Feb. 1 from 5-8 p.m.

All guests are welcome to attend free of charge and enjoy the Sedona Trolley, which does continuous loops to all locations. Some of February's highlights include: 

ALT Gallery invites you to view new works that include etchings by Hungarian artist Endre Vadasz, a railroad acrylic by Theodore Svenningson, a Paul Fisher landscape, and an Amanda Jacobson harbor scene.  Join us and browse the collection of the finest secondary market art in Northern Arizona.

Andrea Smith Gallery hosts Heyoka Merrifield. Embracing the shamanic traditions of his Native American ancestry, Heyoka's sculpture and jewelry evoke the ancient mythologies of the Celts, Egyptians, Indians, and Native Americans. Art Exhibit and Book Signing Friday & Saturday.

AZADI Fine Rugs presents a stunning exhibition "The Spirit of the Rug" featuring nomadic inspired motifs. Rugs designs were developed across the globe and carried into diverse regions by nomadic tribes. Join them for this inspiring show.

Gallery of Modern Masters proudly features Michael Redhawk and Marlys Mallet with their unison collection. This husband-and-wife team combine their talents to create unique paintings that encompass an abstract outer border with a more realistic center style. They will give a brief talk at 6:30.

Goldenstein Gallery in uptown Sedona kicks off a show inspired by the spirit of the Sedona Marathon: "Believing." This dynamic show explores the power of belief that one has in one's self, one's inner muse, to do something. Among the art featured are pieces by Sherab Khandro, Marilyn Bos, Adele Seronde, Karyl Bennett, and David DeVary.

Honshin Fine Art Gallery presents "Journey Into the Sanctuary of the Mystic Messenger" a showing of Owl paintings by Nicholas Kirsten-Honshin, new origami spirals by Lou Adams and macro-crystalline glazed porcelain by Duly and Amulets by Kevin Petrelli. An offering of treats of all kinds with poetry on the porch at 7:30

James Ratliff Gallery hosts sculptor Gary Slater has dedicated more than 35 years to designing and sculpting with bronze, stainless steel, steel, copper, painted metal, stone and glass or combinations of these elements. Mr. Slater will present a short talk at 6 p.m. regarding his "contemporary sculpture in copper, stainless and bronze."

JN Muir Sculpture Studio/Gallery celebrates with "Works that Speak from the Heart About Romance and Love." Join the celebration as his studio/ gallery features "The Gift", "The Lighted Lantern" and more and select your Valentine's Day gifts from Muir's Parables in bronze.

Lanning Gallery features a "Sculpture Showcase" to highlight the wide variety of sculptural talents the gallery represents. From elegant abstract marble to steatite totems to bronze, glass, wood and raku the skills and vision of the gallery's artists are truly impressive. The exhibition will be on display through Feb. 10.

Lark Art invites you to join us in celebrating Valentine's Day with our exhibit "It's About Love ... Art From The Heart."  From one of a kind collaged Valentine cards to heartful art perfect for your special someone. Please join them as we toast Cupid and his favorite day.

Mountain Trails focus on their love of the West featuring new sculpture celebrating the Native American Plains culture by Vic Payne, Dustin Payne, Michael Trcic, and Oreland C. Joe. Paintings by Steven Lang, Nicholas Coleman, depict the stories, the way of life, and event-changing moments of the North American Indians of the Plains region.

Passion For Place features human artistic and architectural elements of all styles are the focus in "Man Made!" Photographer Greg Lawson believes that human architectural accomplishments are as natural for us as the building of dams is for beavers or the formation of air-conditioned high-rises is for termites. 

Rose's Elegance in Wood features exquisite design and natural wood.

Rowe Fine Art Gallery celebrates by gifting small tokens of appreciation to anyone who has ever purchased a Ken Rowe sculpture or any piece of art from Rowe Gallery. Find the perfect Valentine's Day gift among the gallery's contemporary and traditional southwestern sculptures, paintings and jewelry.

Sedona Arts Center invites you to experience "Art That Transcends." Indulge in the spectacular creativity of artists Justine Mantor-Waldie, David Haskell C.E. Norton and Lyn & Ken Mikell. The excitement continues in the Special Exhibition Gallery where over 50 member artists participate in the Annual Winter Member's Co-op.

Turquoise Tortoise Gallery features "Southwest Sculpture" to highlight work from two of its newest artists, Al Glann and Manny Valenzuela. Exhibition through Feb. 10.

A whirlwind of mesmerizing talent, intoxicating images and entertainment, the Sedona Gallery Association tour is one of Sedona's "things to see." Recently Sedona was named the "Number Seven Small Town Art Destination"by American Style Magazine. Sedona has been in the top 10 small town destinations for the past six years.

For more information on the Sedona Gallery Association, please visit where you can find a complete listing of galleries and a printable map to all locations or you can also find them on Facebook.

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