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Month of December 2016

Reception: December 2, 2016

First Friday . 5-8pm

Holiday Treasures:  Large and Small

 

Showcasing some of the leading artists in Arizona as well as the American West.  Each painting and sculpture chosen for Holiday Treasures represents a “jewel” or exceptional work of art from the artist’s offerings and will include wildlife, historical figures and narratives, cowboys, cowgirls, cultural objects, as well as landscapes of Sedona and the Grand Canyon.

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Month of January 2017

Reception:  January 6, 2017

First Friday – 5-8pm

Winter Treasures

 

Mountain Trails Gallery celebrates the New Year with “Winter Treasures” featuring furry wildlife by Jennifer O’Cualain, Amy Lay, and Corrina Johnson, spirited horses by Marcia Molnar, Sarah Phippen and Vicki Catapano, warm colorful tipis by Mark Gibson and Jim Hagstrom, backyard bronze birds and desert life by Bryce Pettit,as well as dynamic wildlife sculpture by Mark Edward Adams, Raymond Gibby, Michael Trcic, and Jason Napier.      

 

1st Friday Gallery Tour


 

On the 1st Friday of each month, from 5:00 – 8:00 pm, members of the Sedona Gallery Association, including Mountain Trails Galleries, offer a unique monthly showcase highlighting artists, special exhibits, and art events.

 

These special art receptions give locals and Sedona visitors alike the opportunity to enjoy light refreshments while beginning their weekends with an exploration of Sedona’s exciting art scene.

 

For your convenience, the Sedona Trolley provides free transportation to venture from art gallery to art gallery (with the exception of galleries in West Sedona).

 

For more information, please contact the Sedona Gallery Association at 928-554-7840.

 

Mountain Trails Galleries in beautiful Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village is proud to participate in this event and offers changing exhibitions, artist demonstrations, refreshments and lively conversation.  Come out every 1st Friday of the month and join in this festive celebration of the arts in beautiful Sedona.

 

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Sedona Information & Helpful Links


Sedona Gallery Association
Visit Sedona
Western Art Collector Magazine
Art of the West
The Phippen Museum, Prescott, Arizona
Heard Museum, Phoenix, Arizona
Buffalo Bill Museum, Cody, Wyoming

2016 Calendar of Events


 

JANUARY 2016 

Winter Treasures:  Painting and Sculpture
Featuring Jim Hagstrom’s glowing tipis, Howard Carr’s warm winter landscapes, and Bill Cramer’s dramatically lit Western scenery.

 

FEBRUARY 2016

Reception:  First Friday, February 5, 2016, 5-8pm

Honoring the Native American in Sculpture & Painting. 
Presenting sculpture and painting which focuses on the Plains, the Southwest, the Great Basin, and the Plateau regions as the artists tell stories of the peoples and their way of life.

 

MARCH 2016 

Reception:  First Friday, March 4, 2016, 5-8pm

Westward Ho:  Expanding the West   Sculptors and painters team up to share stories of the adventures of the great explorers,  the mountain men, the ranchers and cowboys, as well as the Native American tribes who forged ahead continuing to keep their cultures alive.  Also, new landscape paintings by Troy Collins, Mark Gibson, David Jonason, and Tal Walton.

 

APRIL 2016 

Reception:  First Friday, April 1, 2016, 5-8pm

Cowboys, Canyons, and Beyond:  Paintings by Marcia Molnar and George Molnar

Featuring paintings of the Grand Canyon, Native American children, cowgirls, cowboys and ranch life, landscapes, still-lifes and more.  This exhibition of paintings by two Arizona masters of Western tradition is an opportunity to meet these two artists and to see exceptional works of art imbued with essence and spirit.

 

MAY 2016

Reception:  First Friday, May 6, 2016, 5-8pm

Of Land and Sky:  Ranching Life and the Great Outdoors:  From big open skies to ranching the West, sculpture and painting that pay tribute to ranchers, the natural environment, and the passion that keeps the spirit of the West alive.

 

JUNE 2016

Reception:  First Friday, June 3, 2016, 5-8pm

Painting Arizona:  Paintings of Sedona, Oak Creek Canyon, Grand Canyon, Sonoran Desert, Wine Country Vineyards, Alpine Vistas, and more.  Also featuring plein air paintings in conjunction with “Pallet”, Tlaquepaque’s inaugural Plein Air event in partnership with the Sedona Arts Center.

 

JULY 2016

Reception:  First Friday, July 1, 2016, 5-8pm

 Summer Group Show I:  Features bronze artwork by 17 figurative Western and wildlife sculptors:   Jason Napier, Gary Lee Price, Bryce Pettit, Raymond Gibby, David Lemon, Walt Horton, Mark Edward Adams, Jim Gilmore, Ron Gaines, Ed Yazzi, Vic Payne, Dustin Payne, Ken Payne, Susan Kliewer, Michael Trcic, Sandy Scott, and Deon Duncan.   Also, new paintings by gallery artists.

 

AUGUST 2016

Reception:  Friday, August 5, 2016, 5-8pm. 

 Summer Group Show II:  Features colorful paintings by more than 40 award-winning Western artists of figurative subjects such as wildlife, still-life, landscapes, western artifacts, historical narratives, and cultural objects, including ranching and farming life, the Grand Canyon, Western wildlife, Native American cultures, stories of the American Frontier, and more.  Also, new bronze sculpture by gallery artists.

 

SEPTEMBER 2016

Reception:  Friday, September 2, 2016, 5-8pm

Sedona Treasures / World Treasures:  Features paintings of favorite Sedona destinations such as Cathedral Rock, Red Rock Crossing, Oak Creek, Slide Rock, Tlaquepaque, Sedona hiking trails, and our beloved Grand Canyon.   Also featured are bronze sculptures of Native American ceremonial dancers, Wild West characters, as well as domestic and wildlife treasures by 17 award-winning artists.

Special feature:  World Treasures:  Betty Carr in Italy.

 

OCTOBER 2016

Reception:  Friday, October 7, 2016, 5-8pm

Birds of a Feather:  Adele Earnshaw, Joe Garcia and Wildlife Friends:   New wildlife oil and watercolor paintings of birds and animals by New Zealand artist Adele Earnshaw and California painter Joe Garcia.  Also featured are paintings by wildlife artists Allison Leigh Smith, Amy Lay,  Jennifer O’Cualain, and Edward Aldrich as well as sculpture by Bryce Pettit, Jason Napier, Raymond Gibby, Michael Trcic, Susan Kliewer, Vic Payne, Dustin Payne, Mark Edward Adams,  Ron Gaines, and Jim Gilmore of eagles, owls, song birds, quail,  falcons, hawks, ravens, water birds, cardinals, blue birds,  hummingbirds, roadrunners, as well as elk, mustangs, bobcats, mountain lions, bears, and more.

 

NOVEMBER 2016

Reception:  Friday, November 4, 2016, 5-8pm

Sculpting the West:  Mountain Trails Gallery celebrates fine art sculpture by leading artists from the West at its annual Sculpting the West show. Bronze sculpture by Mark Edward Adams, Bryce Pettit, Susan Kliewer, Michael Trcic, Vic Payne, Dustin Payne, Jason Napier, Walt Horton, David Lemon, Deon Duncan, Ron Gaines, Raymond Gibby, Jim Gilmore, and Gary Lee Price will be featured as well as new clay model works in progress by these award-winning artists.

 

 

DECEMBER 2016

Reception:  Friday, December 2, 2016, 5-8pm

Holiday Treasures:  Large and Small:   Showcasing some of the leading artists in Arizona as well as the American West.  Each painting, sculpture, and drawing,  chosen for Holiday Treasures represents a “jewel” or exceptional work of art from the artist’s offerings.

Mountain Trails Galleries Celebrates Family Tradition


 

 

 

Mountain Trails Gallery is proud to announce that the Sedona gallery located in the beautiful arts village of Tlaquepaque is now a part of the Mountain Trails family of Galleries in Park City, Utah and Jackson Hole, Wyoming.   Sedona warmly welcomes Adam Warner and the many award-winning artists that have made the Park City and Jackson galleries so prominent in the world of Western fine art.

 

The gallery continues its 30 year tradition of offering the finest in Western painting and sculpture in a variety of styles and subject matter including figurative, wildlife, still-life, and landscapes, as well as work featuring western artifacts, historical narratives, and cultural objects.  Mountain Trails Galleries welcomes you to visit us in our stellar locations and to stay in touch with us as we continue to offer exceptional fine art reflecting the best of the American West.

 

 

 

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336 SR 179, Suite A201, Sedona AZ 86336
PO Box 1482, Sedona, AZ 86339

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