Originally Published: July 26, 2013 6 a.m.
Arts Prescott Cooperative Gallery, 134 S. Montezuma, 776-7717. The work of guest artist Glenn Hinz's traditional Sonoran and Southwest fine-art, copper relief sculpture that is closely associated with the Sonoran culture is on exhibit.
Beastro, 117 N. McCormick St. 227-2796. Artisan jewelry, art and more are available for purchase. Proceeds help animals in need.
Ben's Fine Art Gallery, 212 W. Gurley St., 420-0704. New artists on exhibit include Scott Taft, John Baptista,, K.L. Powers, Mary Landis and jeweler Linda Lee Pratico. The public is welcome to visit the gallery from 6 to 8 p.m. on July 28 during the 4th Friday Art Walk. Featured artists include Natalie Krol, Will Vanderheydenand David Saccheri. Music and meatballs will also be features of the evening.
Bronzesmith Fine Art Gallery and Foundry, 7331 E. 2nd St., Prescott Valley, 772-2378. Gallery hours are 9 am. to 4 p.m. Mondays through Fridays. Foundry tours are available by appointment at 11 a.m. on Thursdays for $10 per person.
Frame and I Fine Art Gallery, 229 W. Gurley St., 445-5073.
Framers Market and Gallery, corner of Montezuma and Sheldon in the Depot Marketplace, 445-2174.
The Gallery at the Prescott Center for the Arts, 208 Marina St., 445-3286, www.pca-az.net. The "Company of Animals" runs until Aug. 17. This exhibit displays artists' interpretations of animals wild, domestic and imaginary, drawing from animals the artists interact with daily, those they encountered in captivity or those they merely imagined. The exhibit presents 2-D and 3-D mediums, including, but not limited to, photography, collage, oil and acrylics, sculpture, and fiber and book art.
Ian Russell Gallery of Fine Art, 130 S. Montezuma St., 445-7009.
Jerome Artist Cooperative Gallery, 502 Main St., 928-639-4276.
Krieger-Marcusen Gallery, 110 S. Montezuma, Suite F, Hotel St. Michael's Alley, 778-4900. Featuring clay, paintings, jewelry, wood by local artists Heath Krieger, Cathy Krieger and Richard Marcusen. New works by Steve Smith (wood) and plein air oil paintings by Bill Anton.
Miller Valley Indoor Art Market, 531 Madison Ave., 237-9282.
Mountain Artists Guild & Gallery, 228 N. Alarcon St., 776-4009. "Prescott Masters Present," new works by local and nationally acclaimed artists, including Betty Carr, David Harlan, Pat Lambrecht-Hould, Douglas Miley, Doug Oliver, Dorothy Ray and G. Eric Slayton, runs through November. A new show in the main gallery, "Capture the Summer," features "Best of Show" artist Cynthia Gibson-Owens' "The Guardian" scratch art; First Place artist Barbara Darr's "Abstract I" mixed media; Second Place artist Michele Turney's "Pottery in Red" pastel; and Third Place artist Andress Brewster Designs "Burst of Spring" clay and steel. The show runs until Sept. 28.
Mountain Spirit Co-op Gallery, 140 S. Montezuma St. 445-2886. Oil paintings, bronze sculpture and photography. New member Martin Sullivan has opened his Studio Gallery in room 104, just down the hall from the co-op's main entrance.
Phippen Museum of Western Art, 4701 Highway 89 North, 778-1385, www.phippenartmuseum.org. The 22nd annual "Trappings of the West" exhibit, sponsored by the Dry Creek Arts Fellowship, featuring the works of 80 contemporary artists from 14 western states and Hawaii, is currently open.
Prescott College Art Gallery at Sam Hill Warehouse, 232 N. Granite St., 350-2341.
Prescott Valley Art Guild, 3386 N. Windsong Drive, 775-4989. The guild's exhibit at the Good Samaritan Center, 3380 N. Windsong Drive, features artists Leland Morse, Marilyn Thompson, Yvonne Griffin and Dell Arnold whose works include oils, watercolor and photography. This exhibit runs until mid-September. The guild is also displaying members' works until mid-September at Windsong Villas, 3386 N. Windsong Drive, and at the Prickly Pear Café, corner of Robert Road and Florentine.
Sharlot Hall Museum, 415 W". Gurley St, 445-3122, www.sharlot.org. "Wish You Were Here: Greetings from the Grand Canyon," featuring panels to illustrate postcards, stamps, post offices and people who made the Grand Canyon a major tourist attraction during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The exhibit runs through Sept. 2.
The Raven Café, 142 N. Cortez St., 717-0009.
The Smoki Museum of American Indian Art and Culture, 147 N. Arizona Ave., 445-1230. "Seasons of the Yei Bicheii," featuring Diné painters Al Bahe and Virgil Nez, showing their striking and highly collectible art of traditional images, will be on exhibit until Aug. 31.. Zuni Weekend, with exhibits of 10 Zuni artists from the Zuni Pueblo, will be from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on July 27 and July 28. The event features artists' demonstrations, with their artwork available for sale and authentic Zuni dance and song at noon each day.
Straight Arrow Studios and Gallery, 1724 Willow Creek Road, 925-4970. Works by Everett Davidson.
'Tis Art Center and Gallery, 105 S. Cortez St., 775-0223, www.tisartgallery.com. "Book 'n Illumanardi," featuring Judy Book's fiber and mixed media pieces and Linda Illumanardi's found art runs until Aug. 12 in the mezzanine gallery. The main gallery features Arizona's finest artists of the S.W.A.A exhibit, "Burst of Color" until Aug. 19. A reception for both shows will be rom 5 to 8 p.m. today during the 4th Friday Art Walk.
Van Gogh's Ear, 156 S. Montezuma St., 776-1080. The gallery features contemporary works of wall art, ceramics, glass, wood and more by more than 70 artists.
Vigraha Gallery, 115 E. Goodwin St. (Courtyard Building), firstname.lastname@example.org.
Yavapai College Art Gallery, 1100 E. Sheldon St., 776-2031.