Originally Published: January 1, 2009 9:39 p.m.
The Lanning Gallery, Hozho Center, 431 Hwy 179 in Sedona, presents "Kathi Caricof: Stone," featuring marble sculptures by the artist. The show begins with a reception from 5 to 8 p.m. Jan. 2. Call 928-282-6865 for more information.
The Grayleaf Galleria, 124 S. Galleria, showcases the nature-inspired art of Pamela Dunmire through January. Dunmire will paint at the gallery each Saturday from 1 to 4 p.m. Call 443-1503 for more information.
The Arts Prescott Gallery, 134 S. Montezuma St., will feature watercolor paintings by Anita Nugent through Jan. 14.Call 776-7717 for more information.
The Prescott Fine Arts Gallery, 208 N. Marina St., presents "It Ain't Easy Being Green," a show featuring local artists creating literal figurative interpretations of the color green. The exhibit runs from Jan. 9 through Feb. 22. Call 445-3286 for more information.
The Prescott Valley Art Guild's Featured Artist show continues through mid-January in the Guild Gallery at Samaritan Center, 3380 N. Windsong. Oil and watercolor paintings by Jean LeFever and photography and beeswax collage by Marilyn Thompson are on display and for sale. Call 775-3668 for more information.
The Yavapai College Art Gallery on the Prescott campus presents "Capturing Character," an exhibit exploring the aspects of human traits that define personality through paint and digital media art by Sheldon Jame and Bill Hubschjmitt, and abstract textiles by Patricia Montgomery. The show runs through Jan. 9.
The Mountain Artists Gallery, 228 N. Alarcon St., opens "Masters Present," a collection of new works by the gallery's master artists, plus two guest artists. Bob Duncan, David Harlan, Bruce Horn, Doug Miley, Doug Oliver, Dorothy Ray, Eric Slayton and Ernie Wallace will join Sedona-based bronze artist E.C. Wynne and weavers Bill and Mel Stevens from Trego, Mont. Call 776-4009.
The Phippen Museum exhibit "Buffalo Soldiers, Vaqueros & Friends: Cultural Diversity in the Building of the New Frontier" will show through Feb. 22. The show features work from new and established artists celebrating the historical contributions made by African Americans, Latin Americans, Asian Americans and women during the building of the American West. Call 778-1385 for more information.
The Huckeba Art Gallery, 227 W. Gurley St., presents contemporary prehistoric art by Charles Huckeba. Call 445-3848 for more information
Sharlot Hall Museum, 415 W. Gurley St., presents "Water: Quest for the Solution." The exhibit, which runs through March, examines the history of water management in Arizona. Call 445-3122 for more information. Admission is $5 for adults, free for children.