Originally Published: April 10, 2008 2:35 p.m.
The Prescott Valley Art Guild presents artwork by Barbara Hanselman and David Jones at the Prescott Valley Samaritan Center, 3380 North Windsong. Hanselman is a multi-media artist working in photography, watercolor and pastels. Jones practices Australian bark art, using fallen leaves, plants and tree bark to create what resembles painted works of art. The show continues through July and opens with a reception on Saturday, April 12, from noon to 2 p.m. Call 775-3668 for more information.
Sharlot Hall Museum at 415 W. Gurley St. presents "Water: Quest for the Solution." The exhibit examines the history of water management in Arizona. Call 445-3122 for more information. Admission is $5 for adults, free for children.
The Vigraha & Vaikuntha Fine Art Gallery, 3101 Clearwater Dr., Ste. D in Prescott, presents "Sacred Vessels from Ritual Use." The latest gallery sale features Kalasas, Chembas, Lotas and other artifacts from India, Tibet, Nepal and Southeast Asia. Call 445-5639.
The Mountain High Five Art Gallery in St. Michael's Alley at 110 S. Montezuma presents "Springtime in Arizona," a show of original small works of two-dimensional art and photography, running through April 30, with an artist's reception from 5 to 7 p.m. on April 25 in conjunction with the 4th Friday Art Walk. Call 443-9599.
The Mountain Spirit Co-Op art gallery and transformational healing center will play host to monthly "Dimensional Blasts" in conjunction with 4th Friday Art Walk. The free events feature live entertainment, free food, intuitive readings, aura rejuvenation, bodywork sessions and henna tattoos. The Co-Op will re-open in Suite 100 of the Old Masonic Temple, 107 N. Cortez St., with expanded gallery space doubled in size of the former location. Call 445-8545.
Yavapai College presents the biannual Student Juried Exhibition through April 25 in the art gallery at the Prescott campus. The show features student work in graphic design, digital fine art, woodworking, sculpture, lapidary, jewelry, painting, watercolor and drawing. Call 776-2031 for more information.
The Prescott Fine Arts Association presents "The Mature Eye," a juried exhibit of quad-city and some nationally renowned artists over 50, in a variety of mediums, through April 27. Call (928) 445-3286 for more information.
The Phippen Museum presents "A Life Lived the Beauty Way," a retrospective exhibit of the work of Ray Swanson, Cowboy Artist, through July 6. Phippen art docents will conduct public tours of current exhibits, offered the first Saturday each month at 2 p.m., free with the price of admission. Admission is $5 for adults, $4 for senior citizens, students and AAA members, and free for 12 and under. Call 445-7245.
The Frame & I Gallery at 229 W. Gurley is featuring vibrant collages by Maureen Frische-Anderson. Call 445-5073.
The Mountain Artists Gallery at 228 N. Alarcon St. presents "Daring Designs," a collection of works from 85 artists, showing in the gallery through April 15. The gallery is open daily from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Call 776-4009.
The Smoki Museum of American Indian Art and Culture at 147 N. Arizona St. features its "Hopi Quilts" exhibit through June 15. Call 445-1230 for more information.
The Prescott Valley Art Guild presents Nadia Clark and Maria Lynam in a featured artists show at the Prescott Valley Samaritan Center's gallery at 3380 North Windsong. Clark specializes in photography and watercolor. Lynam is a multimedia artist. The show runs through April. Call 759-7120 for more information.
The Jerome Artists Cooperative Gallery will open "The Art of Discovery," a collection of paintings and drawings by Cody DeLong, running through May 1.
Submit items one week in advance by calling Lorin McLain at 445-3333, ext. 2038; by sending a fax to 759-5671; or by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Photos with a resolution of 200 dpi may also be e-mailed (artwork runs on a space-available basis).