The Absence of Light…
Sedona Visual Artists Coalition‘s 13th Annual Fall Art Show theme is “Shadows – A Mystery in Art.” The exhibition embraces the “shadow” which adds mystery, depth, emotion, and a timestamp to all genres of art. All art forms utilize this phenomenon.
In the Sedona art world, this event is one of the highlights of the year. Friday night’s Gala Reception is not to be missed; there will be the always delectable finger food, scintillating wine, and the art of over 60 local Sedona area artists. The reception and exhibition are FREE for lovers of fine art and a good time.
The exhibition opens Wednesday, November 6th, running through Sunday, November 17th, daily from 10:00 am – 5:00 pm. Bring your own perception of “shadow” to the exhibit and you can vote for your favorite artwork in the People’s Choice Award which will be announced at the end of the exhibition.
Tlaquepaque Arts and Crafts Village is located at 336 State Route 179 Suite B218 (Ballroom) in Sedona.
Make sure your trip to Sedona includes this wonderful art exhibition, and stay at El Portal Sedona Hotel. The well appointed, twelve room luxury inn designed in turn of the century Southwestern style is located just steps away from Tlaquepaque Village. El Portal’s highly personalized concierge services in Sedona is headed up by owners Steve and Connie Segner, who are longtime Sedona residents and active community members. This pet friendly hotel offers pet sitting as well, to let you tour worry-free. As you plan your stay in front of the glowing lobby fireplace with a glass of wine or homemade chocolate chip cookie, you’ll soon see, Sedona is art.