• All guests are welcome to attend free of charge and enjoy the Sedona Trolley, which does continuous loops to all locations.

    All guests are welcome to attend free of charge and enjoy the Sedona Trolley, which does continuous loops to all locations.

  • Honshin Gallery

    Honshin Gallery

  • Bob Ichter

    Painter Bob Ichter at Gallery of Modern Masters

  • Rowe July 2012 WBCW unveiled

    Ken Rowe, Rowe Gallery during a 1st Friday Gallery Reception

1st Friday Gallery Tour

On the 1st Friday of each month, from 5:00 - 8:00 pm, members of the Sedona Gallery Association offer a unique monthly showcase highlighting artists, special exhibits, and art events. These special art receptions give locals and Sedona visitors alike the opportunity to enjoy light refreshments while beginning their weekends with an exploration of Sedona’s exciting art scene. For your convenience, the Sedona Trolley provides free transportation to venture from art gallery to art gallery with the exception of the West Sedona Galleries - Goldenstein Gallery and Greg Lawson's Passion for Place.

Hillside Sedona:

Alt Gallery: ALT Gallery’s has gone fishing for the July 4th weekend and wishes everyone an enjoyable holiday!

Gallery of Modern Masters: Gallery of Modern Masters showcases the Kiln-worked sculptural glass wall art of Doug Gillis whose goal is creating a modern vision of an ancient art form. Unique modular and contemporary glass form based on the aesthetic styling of the European Bauhaus designs. There will be an artist’s presentation at 6:30 pm.

James Ratliff Gallery: James Ratliff Gallery is no stranger to the wonderful addition vibrant  colors contribute to a room.   If your spirit needs lifting, a simple change to your environment can be a huge help with just the addition of a vividly colored art piece.  James Ratliff Gallery presents a selection of fine art paintings each bringing its own unique  joy through  color.


Lanning Gallery: Lanning Gallery opens Experience of Nature: The Art of Judith Monroe. This artist has developed a uniquely fascinating technique for her mixed media landscapes of the Sedona area. She begins with a black and white photograph from which she pulls an image transfer onto an acrylic medium. This image transfer becomes the ground of her painting with collage elements adding texture and pencils, acrylic glazes and wax pastels adding color. The resulting imagery, with near hidden elements of text and sketches, is a richly layered experience that draws viewers in. Works range from 6 inches square to 3 feet long.

Lark Art: Lark Art celebrates Man’s Best Friend . . . The Endearing Dog Paintings of Ally Sulpy.  Ally’s talent as a painter converges with her love of dogs to create dog paintings sure to make you smile.  With over 60 breeds represented, you just might find the dog painting you’d treasure forever.

Turquoise Tortoise: Turquoise Tortoise Gallery opens Fusion Folk Art: Gregory Lomayesva featuring the internationally acclaimed and sometimes controversial artist’s Pop Art style carved wooden figures and masks, inspired by Hopi Kachinas and Mudheads. The artist draws from his own Hopi and Hispanic roots allowing traditional forms to take off from cultural origins. With his bold palette of paints and feathers, Lomayesva produces carvings that explode preconceptions of individual cultures and allow the past, present and future to combine. These are colorful, joyful, energetic wood sculptures that range from 10 inches high to a 7-foot high totem.


Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village:

Andrea Smith Gallery: Anah Laudenslager is a healing artist who designs jewelry to awaken women to their inner light radiance; hidden gems deep within.  Her masterfully hand-crafted, semi-precious gemstone jewelry is energetically cleared and recharged to its pristine frequency using sound.  When worn on the body provides healing through resonance.  Radiant Gem jewelry reflects the true inner beauty of the wearer. Anah is offering a sound healing with each Radiant Gem purchase.  Stop by the Andrea Smith Gallery to meet Anah and learn about sound healing.

AZADI Fine Rugs: At their opening reception for this month’s exhibition Ancient Weaves: Contemporary Design. Wine and other refreshments will be served.

AZADI Navajo Rugs: Presents From the Looms of the Master Weavers.  Proud women of the Diné, honor the old ways, creating enduring treasures of beauty and desire.  The Master Weavers’ pride in their ancestors has kept their culture alive.  They are the driving force behind the preservation of language, religion, the tribe’s customs, and the creation of spectacular rugs using traditional design methods.

Honshin Fine Art: Gallery of Wholeness Harmony and Radiance: Honshin Fine Art celebrates Interdependence Day!. This special exhibit, Exploring the interdependence and oneness of all things as expressed through art. Join them for special treats including cookies from the Cookie Alchemist and taste their signature Arizona Essence wine. Enjoy their celebrated Poetry on the Porch event at 7:30.

Honshin Fine Art: Gallery of the Ascending Spirit: Also celebrates Interdependence Day! Join them for a festive evening exploring the interdependence and oneness of all things.

Kuivato Glass Gallery: Will be featuring the incredible work of Mary Mullaney throughout the month.  Mary creates stunning one-of-a-kind hand blown & carved vessels.   Each piece has amazing detail, light, & texture.

Mountain Trails Gallery: Mountain Trails Gallery features sculpture by 15 figurative Western and wildlife sculptors including Bryce Pettit’s roadrunner “Sedona Speedster”, Susan Kliewer’s Hopi Koshares “More Mischief”, and Michael Trcic’s mountain lion “South Rim Sentinel”.  New wildlife paintings by Joe Garcia, desert landscapes by William Scott Jennings, and Sedona plein-air paintings by Betty Carr.

Renee Taylor Gallery: The Gallery invites you to experience an evening of contemporary artwork by Arizona artists, encompassing a wide variety of mediums including steel, plexiglass, canvas and stone.  And browse our diverse collection of international and local jewelry ranging from inexpensive copper and brass to fine 18K gold and diamond collections.

Rowe Fine Art Gallery: The sculptures at Rowe Fine Art Gallery are sizzling tonight during the reception for the gallery’s new show, Red Hot. Sculptors Erik Petersen and Ken Rowe will debut new works and discuss their inspiration and technique. The gallery will also shine the spotlight on its renowned jewelers.

Uptown Sedona:

Red View Gallery: Red View Gallery, Sedona’s newest fine art gallery is proud to present Georgia O’Keeffe, R. C. Gorman, Frank Howell, Amado Peña and others. This is a must see destination for those in love with the Southwest!

Sedona Arts Center: Sedona Arts Center’s July Exhibition, Of the Earth features over 35 local artists presenting works created using materials from the Earth or celebrating the Earth. The show running from July 1 to August 2 includes paintings, jewelry, fiber art, ceramics and so much more. Join us for a public reception during the First Friday Gallery Walk on July 1 from 5:00 to 8:00 pm.

West Sedona:

The Trolley does not currently run to the West Sedona locations.  There is ample parking at both locations.

Goldenstein Gallery: Goldenstein Gallery in West Sedona celebrates the unbounded imagination of their artists with Freedom.” A stirring exhibition that celebrates the independent spirit and style of their gallery artists, “Freedom” features inspiring array of work that is full of color, motion and a fresh yet sophisticated sensibility. Enjoy ice cream and apple pie as you stroll in the sculpture garden.

Greg Lawson’s Passion for Place: Experience eye-catching wildlife encounters, many up close and personal, through the images of acclaimed naturalist-photographer Greg Lawson in his Face to Face exhibition at Greg Lawson’s Passion for Place Gallery in West Sedona.  View classic favorites and never-before-seen images as Lawson shares his menagerie of animal close-ups along with stories from being behind the lens around the world at Arizona’s largest exclusive image gallery. 2679 West State Route 89A. 928-202-0340