Turquoise Tortoise Art Gallery in Sedona Arizona - One of the finest Sedona Art Galleries featuring contemporary Native American and Southwestern art



1st Friday Gallery Tour: "Southwest Holiday"

December 2, 2016   Opening Reception, 5-8 PM

"Red Pony, left" by Mariann Leahy,
16"h x 18"w, clay with copper wire.
At Turquoise Tortoise Gallery in Sedona, AZ.

In Sedona, Arizona Turquoise Tortoise Gallery opens “Southwest Holiday” to showcase gift ideas from Native American and Southwest artists. The exhibition opens with a reception on 1st Friday, December 2nd, from 5-8 pm. Instead of shopping in the usual places, why not support the extraordinarily gifted Native American and Southwest artists and jewelers who make our region so very special? For 45 years Turquoise Tortoise Gallery has brought together an extensive collection of traditional and contemporary jewelry, primarily from Navajo silversmiths and stone workers as well as pieces from other tribes, along with an array of artworks including original paintings, sculptures and more.

"Beaded Halo Headdress" by Russ Kruse,
28 "h x 24"w, x 19"w, traditional materials.
At Turquoise Tortoise Gallery in Sedona, AZ.

To think completely out of the box, an elaborately recreated Native American headdress, by artist Russ Kruse, could be the perfect, and unique, addition to your Southwest décor. Or an equally meticulously recreated Native American war shirt, by artist John MacLeod or artist Kenny Agnew, to adorn your wall – as a dramatic alternative to a painting.

But if it’s a painting you desire there are impressive artists to select from including Tony Abeyta; Baje Whitethorne, Sr.; David Johns; Michael Horse; Stan Natchez and more. Sculptors include Larry Yazzie, Gregory Lomayesva, Randall Chitto and more. Vessels of segmented wood turning by exceptional artist Larry Witt and ceramic wall hangings by Mariann Leahy are just some of the additional ideas that await visitors to Turquosie Tortoise Gallery. And remember the wide collection of authentic Zuni fetishes that make terrifically unique stocking stuffers.

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Moonstone, Opal, Pearls, and Blue Topaz necklace, earrings, and cuff by Leo Feeney, At Turquoise Tortoise Gallery in Sedona, AZ. "The Red Light" by Baje Whitethorne, Sr.
16"h x 12"w, oil on canvas.
At Turquoise Tortoise Gallery in Sedona, AZ.
An assortment of authentic Zuni fetishes carved from stones such as Picasso marble, soapstone, fluorite, Utah calcite, onyx, turquoise and more..
At Turquoise Tortoise Gallery in Sedona, AZ.

On the first Friday of each month, from 5 - 8 p.m., members of the Sedona Gallery Association 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.

Turquoise Tortoise Gallery is proud to present "TSouthwest Holiday" as its featured artist for SGA First Friday in the Galleries event on December 2, 2016    with a reception from 5 to 8 p.m. You are invited!


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