Originally Published: January 14, 2010 9:57 p.m.
Mountain Spirit Co-Op gallery invites the public to meet its artists, readers, healers or to get a chair massage or a henna tattoo from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 22. The month's featured member is Laura Nelson, who exhibits her "Jewelry from the Heart." Fun, food, live music and a raffle for one of Nelson's necklaces will highlight the evening. The gallery is located at 107 N. Cortez St., Prescott. For more information, call 445-8545.
The next 4th Friday Art Walk is Jan. 22. For a complete list and map of the participating art galleries, visit www.artthe4th.com.
The Prescott Valley Art Guild plans an opening reception from noon to 2 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 16, at the Samaritan Center for artists Joan Schroeder-Boyce and Sid Freeman. Schroeder-Boyce is a self-taught artist who works in pastels, and Freeman is a lettering artist who works in watercolor and mixed media. The show runs through April 15. The public is welcome to attend the open house; refreshments will be available. The Samaritan Center is located at 3380 N. Windsong Drive in Prescott Valley. For more information, call Kay Demski at 775-4989.
The Frame & I Gallery is featuring new ceramic works by Sandy Terry. The public is welcome to visit the gallery from 6 to 8 p.m. on Jan. 22 during the 4th Friday Art Walk. The gallery is located at 229 W. Gurley St., Prescott. For more information, call 445-5073 or visit www.frameandi.com.
Eye on the Mountain Art Gallery will feature artist Karen Johnson's unique handmade mobiles in her "4th Dimensional" exhibit during January. Johnson's mobiles are four-dimensional because they move through time, she says. "If you hang a mobile near a fan, such that it moves randomly through so many turnings, you can meditate while watching it move," she said. Eye on the Mountain Art Gallery is located at 117 N. McCormick St., Prescott. For more information, call 308-0319.
Prescott artist Donna Larson will be featured at Grayleaf Gallery for the month of January. Larson specializes in original graphite drawings based on ethereal and spiritual inspirations. She will be in the gallery to meet the public and share her artistry from noon to 4 p.m. on Saturdays through the month. The gallery is located in Terra Cotta Court, 124 S. Granite St., Prescott. For more information, visit the gallery's website, www.artgrayleafgalleria.com, or call 443-1503.
"In Tandem," a photography exhibition of original prints by Aaron Siskind and Harry Callahan, two of the most influential photographers of the 20th century, is at the Prescott College Art Gallery through Jan. 30.
"This is going to be a very exciting, museum-quality experience - high and edgy," curator Naomi Lyons said. "And the quality of the prints is to die for."
Prescott College Art Gallery is located in the Sam Hill Warehouse, 232 N. Granite St., Prescott. The opening reception is free and includes wine and finger foods. The gallery's telephone number is 776-5258, ext. 5.
Arizona artist Judith Durr's "Enduring Legacy" continues its run until Feb. 14 in Sharlot Hall 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.
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.