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Flagstaff and Northern Arizona Art and Artists
Arizona Handmade Gallery is located in downtown Flagstaff, Arizona along historic Route 66. The gallery currently shows work from more than 50 different local artists and artisans selling art that is Made In America, or more specifically, Made In Arizona, USA. Work ranges from functional to fine art offering a vast collection for any type of patron, whether you're looking for a unique gift or high end original art.
http://www.azhandmade.com/
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Hand Thrown High Fire Stoneware by Mark Arnegard. Arne's art is influenced greatly by his time spent river hiking and mountain biking in northern Arizona.
http://www.arneceramics.com/
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The Artists Gallery is a fine arts and crafts cooperative located in Historic Downtown Flagstaff.Ý Operating as an artists cooperative for fifteen years, The Artists Gallery provides a rare opportunity for the public to view the works of some of the Southwest's finest artisans. This unique gallery boasts professional artists specializing in photography, jewelry, painting, stoneware, ceramic art, textile designs, stained glass, metalwork, sculpture and woodworking.
http://www.theartistsgallery.net/
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Flagstaff Open Studios Saturday, September 20 - Sunday, September 21. Click Here for Brochure and Map. Keith Huling Art. Current ACF Members, I have
http://www.flagstaff-arts.org/
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BruceHornArt.com displays the studio of Bruce Horn. His Elk Run studio exhibits his plein air work.
http://www.brucehornart.com/
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I now devote my time to my art and the pursuit of capturing the spirit, energy and personality of my subjects in landscapes and portraits, using oil on canvas, charcoal and colored pencil on paper. My works are in collections both nationally and internationally in Europe and South America.
http://www.stevebledsoe.com/
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The Flagstaff Cultural Partners (FCP) manages the Coconino Center for the Arts, the cultural hub of the Flagstaff community. The 4,000 sq. ft. gallery features diverse exhibitions, and the intimate 200-seat theater offers concerts, performances, films and other presentations.
http://www.culturalpartners.org/
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Custom stained, etched, beveled and fused glass work for wonderful people and businesses, places of worship in lead and copper foil.
http://www.hartmanglassart.com/
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Mary Fisher is an artist, activist, speaker and author based in a beautiful studio in Sedona, Arizona. Mary travels the world advocating for those who share her HIV-positive status.
http://www.maryfisher.com
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Located in the historic Old Main building on Northern Arizona University’s north campus, the NAU Art Museum presents fine and contemporary art exhibitions featuring local, national and internationally renowned artists. The Marguerite Hettel Weiss Collection is displayed on the building’s third floor. This diverse collection includes paintings and sculptures by noted twentieth-century Mexican and American artists such as Diego Rivera and Francisco Zuniga and turn-of-the-century furniture and antiques. The second floor features six to eight temporary exhibitions of contemporary art yearly.
http://www4.nau.edu/art_museum/
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