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Art Listings: Week of Oct. 23

Courtesy photos<br>
"Handwoven Scarf" by Jo Manginelli (above) and "Geometric Zen Vessel" by Bill Colligen are both on display at 'TIS Gallery and the Mountain Artists Guild, respectively, this week.

Courtesy photos<br> "Handwoven Scarf" by Jo Manginelli (above) and "Geometric Zen Vessel" by Bill Colligen are both on display at 'TIS Gallery and the Mountain Artists Guild, respectively, this week.

Prescott artists Doug and Lilly Miley will be participating in an art show from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Oct. 23 and 24, in the parking lot of Yavapai Hills Clubhouse. Their sale items will include small prints, cards and unframed small paintings.

Grayleaf Galleria plans a wine reception for featured artist Renee Turner from 5 to 8 p.m. during the 4th Friday Art Walk today, Friday, Oct. 23. Turner will be on hand to share her artistry with the public. Grayleaf Galleria is located at 124 S. Granite St., in Terra Cotta Court in Prescott. For information, call the galleria at 443-1503.

Fiber artist Jo Manginelli will demonstrate the variety of forms, textures and colors that artists can explore in the art form of weaving from 5 to 8 p.m. today, Oct. 23, at 'TIS Gallery during the 4th Friday Art Walk. Manginelli will exhibit innovative ways of combining elements to create both functional and wearable art. Some of her handwoven scarves will be for sale. Light refreshments and wine will be available. The gallery is located at 105 S. Cortez St. in Prescott. For information, call 775-0223.

The Mountain Artists Gallery plans a reception from 5 to 7:30 p.m. during the 4th Friday Art Walk today, Oct. 23, to kick off the second annual Quad-City Artists Open Studio Tour. The gallery plans a preview of works by 38 juried artists for this special evening. The public is welcome; refreshments will be available. The Open Studio Tour will run from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Nov. 21-22 and Nov. 28-29. Participating artists will demonstrate their talents in 16 locations in Prescott and Prescott Valley. Other non-juried artists will be working at the Mountain Artists Guild's gallery, the event's sponsor. The Fain Signature Group is providing a location in Fry's shopping center in Prescott Valley for nine non-juried artists. The tour's many artists represent ceramics, painting, jewelry, glass, furniture, fiber arts, mixed media, calligraphy, photography and sculpture. The Mountain Artists Guild's gallery is located at 228 N. Alarcon St., Prescott. For exhibition information, call 776-4009; for tour information, call the guild at 445-2510.

The Prescott Valley Art Guild has opened an exhibit at the Samaritan Center in Prescott Valley featuring artists Elizabeth (Betty) Bartlee-Sabolik and Leona Anderson. Both artists work in oils and watercolor. The show runs through mid-January 2010. Refreshments will be available at the reception, and the public is welcome. The Samaritan Center is located at 3380 N. Windsong Road. For information, call Kay Demski at 775-4989.

Guest artist Suzi Zerbe will show her kindergarten collection - creative hand-painted furniture - through Nov. 14 at the Arts Prescott Cooperative Gallery, 134 S. Montezuma St. For information, call 776-7717.

The Frame & I Art Gallery is planning its annual Employee Art Show, with artwork by the staff of the gallery and the Art Store. The exhibit runs until Nov. 12. The gallery will also host a reception from 6 to 8 p.m. on Oct. 23 during the 4th Friday Art Walk. The gallery is located at 229 W. Gurley St. For more information, call 445-5073 or visit www.frameandi.com.

Arizona artist Judith Durr's "illusion of realism" paintings are on display at Sharlot Hall Museum in her "Enduring Legacy" exhibition which opened its four-month run in the museum's John and Helen Lawler Exhibit Center Gallery. Durr is the second of four prominent artists who are showing their works in a series of one-person exhibitions titled "PAINT! Breaking the Buckskin Ceiling." The exhibition is intended to challenge and expand the meaning of the term "Indian art" while increasing knowledge, understanding and appreciation of contemporary Native American art. Durr's exhibition runs until Feb. 14.

The exhibition is included with admission, which is free for museum members and children under 18 and $5 for adult non-members. For information, call 445-3122 or visit www.sharlot.org.

The Beading Jewels art group plans its annual holiday show and sale from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Nov. 9 at Springhill Suites Marriott, 200 E. Sheldon St., in Prescott. Offerings at the show will range from unique designer clothes to quilted items, felted purses and one-of-a-kind beaded jewelry. Marcia Kmack, a glass bead artist, will displaying her glass beads. The artists will be on hand to discuss their crafts. Proceeds will benefit the Coalition for Compassion and Justice.