‘Tis Art Center and Gallery
105 S. Cortez Street (928) 775-0223
featuring month long exhibits of affordable contemporary fine art, fine art photography, jewelry and wearable art by Prescott area artists
Open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday 10:00 am – 5:00 pm / Sundays noon – 5:00 pm (closed Wednesdays)
In the Mezzanine Gallery: “Force of Nature” Encaustic, Acrylic, Oil and Cold Wax Paintings by Barbara Hudin
April 16 – May 13
In the Main Gallery: Objects Found 2022: Repurposed and Found Object Assemblage
April 21 – May 17
ARTIST RECEPTION WITH BARBARA HUDIN AND THE OBJECTS FOUND 2022 ARTISTS
WITH PACKAGED SNACKS AND WINE AND LIVE MUSIC BY JAMIE ANN GOSSETT ON HARP 5:00 – 7:00
Art2 ( Art Squared)
120 W. Gurley Street. – Mezzanine (928) 499-4428
a gift buying destination for unique one of a kind creations made by Prescott area artists
Open Monday thru Thursday 10:00 am – 6:00 pm / Friday and Saturday 10:00 am – 8:00 pm
OPEN FOR THE ART WALK 5:00 – 8:00
134 S Montezuma Street (928) 776-7717
an artists’ cooperative gallery established in 1994 to showcase emerging and established artists in the local region. “Come in, be inspired, and meet a member artist any day of the week!” Accepting new member applications. Gallery receptions for guest artists during art walk
Open Daily 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
A Western Flare pastel and oil works by Judy Wegenast
April 22- May 13
ARTIST RECEPTION WITH SNACKS AND LIVE MUSIC BY LARRY HANSON ON FLUTE 5:00 – 8:00
130 West Gurley St Suite 206 86301 (Bashford Courts 2nd floor) (928) 277-9107
The working studio and gallery of Carlos Duran featuring original contemporary artwork, paintings, and limited edition clothing
Open Daily 10:00 – 6:00
NOW Available! limited edition canvas prints and custom apparel
OPEN FOR THE ART WALK 10:00 – 6:00
Eagle Lady Design Studios
130 West Gurley Street Suite 310 (Bashford Courts 3rd floor) (928) 606- 4281
The graphic design, illustration studio and fine art gallery of Sandy Golden-Eagle with special fine art exhibits by local guest artists
Open Friday, Saturday 1:00 – 6:00 Sunday, Monday 1:00 – 5:00 or by appointment (Closed Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday)
OPEN FOR THE ART WALK 1:00 – 7:00
Gallery Beyond Words
204 N. McCormick Street 86301 (928) 778-2713
The working studio of trans-dimensional artist Annie Alexander. Handmade paper and fiber creations inspired by the grace, variety, and texture of the natural world
Open Wednesday – Friday 11:00 – 4:00 and by appointment
“The Beauty of Presence” by Annie Alexander
Through July 22nd
Spring Fever this 4th Friday Art Walk at Gallery Beyond Words Prescott! Enjoy your own expression of freedom with “Free Birds,” made from milkweed and abaca fiber and pulp painted 20” x 84.5.” Sip wine and snack through the many other blooms of sculptural wonders.
OPEN FOR THE ART WALKS WITH COMMUNITY CELEBRATIONS 11:00 am – 8:00 pm
Ian Russell Gallery of Fine Art
130 S Montezuma Street (928) 445-7009
Prescott’s premier gallery featuring local and nationally known artists working in a variety of mediums: fin art paintings, photography, bronze, welded steel, ceramic sculpture and more.
Open Daily 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
OPEN FOR THE ART WALK 5:00 – 8:00
Mountain Artists Guild
228 N Alarcon Street (928) 445-2510
A 501(c)(3) nonprofit art organization supporting the visual arts through memberships, art center activities and rotating monthly exhibits
Open Tuesday – Saturday 10:00 am – 3:00 pm
Rob Strain Fine Art Photography and “eclosion” by brit jenkins
April 19 – May 14, 2022
Rob Strain’s love affair with photography began in his early teens in his backyard darkroom. After retiring last year, his full-time attention is now directed toward capturing light, form, time and emotion with the camera. His desire is to engross the viewer in his scenes. He has chosen to dedicate 20% of sales for the month to CASA for Kids of Yavapai County. Yavapai CASA For Kids Foundation works to enrich the lives of current and former foster youth and support the CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate) program.
Brit Jenkins is very passionate about cultivating creativity in her fellow human beings and has spent most of the past decade facilitating opportunities for artists of all ages and abilities to explore their creativity and develop their artistic talents. After years of creating for work, Brit made a commitment to herself to get back to creating just for the sake of it and challenged herself to create a show representative of that journey. “eclosion” by definition is the act of emerging and that is exactly what Brit feels this show represents – her own creative emergence.
Join us for an opening reception celebrating these two artists whose works will be featured in our Spotlight Galleries. Meet the artists while enjoying a glass of wine and listening to live music by Tim Etherton. All are welcome and entry is free.
ARTIST RECEPTION WITH LIVE MUSIC BY TIM ETHERTON AND LIGHT REFRESHEMENTS 5:00 – 8:00
Natural History Institute
126 N Marina Street (928) 863-3232
featuring contemporary and traditional art focused on the reciprocal relationship between people and the natural world.
The Moon Bears Witness by Randy L. Waln
April 22 – July 8
Every sighted human being who has ever lived has witnessed the moon in the night sky. The moon has been personified, deified, and viewed as a protector, a guardian, the source of life, and a cause of madness. In many of the works in this exhibition, the moon bears witness to humankind’s degradation of the earth. The moon is firm in its relationship with its planet, and neither really cares whether humans exist. It can’t save us, no matter what powers we might give it.
As a Covid-19 precaution, we are limiting the number of people inside the building. All visitors are required to wear masks and practice physical distancing.
OPEN FOR THE ART WALK 5:00 – 7:30
Suze’s Prescott Center for the Arts Art Gallery
208 N Marina Street (928) 445-3286
featuring theme -based art exhibits by Prescott area artists. The gallery and gift shop has a unique variety of one-of-a-kind artworks, including decorative art, ceramics, jewelry, furniture and wearable art.
2022 Student Scholarship Competition
thru April 22
OPEN FOR THE ART WALK 5:00 – 7:00
Van Gogh’s Ear
156 S Montezuma Street (928) 776-1080
More than 65 local and nationally known artists fill the 3,200 sq.ft. of the old Sam Hill’s Hardware Store on Whiskey Row. Featuring wall art, ceramics, glass, metal, 18 jewelers, bronze, wearable art and much, much more.
Open Daily 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
Celebrating 19 years with wine, cake and live music by Kenny James playing your favorites!
OPEN FOR THE ART WALK WITH WINE AND LIVE MUSIC 5:00 – 8:00
Yavapai College Art Gallery
1100 East Sheldon Street, Building 16 (928) 776-2031
Offering an experience of excellence, diversity, and vitality in the realm of fine art contemporary visual art, the gallery features work by Yavapai College students, art faculty, local artists, and nationally known artists.
Spring 2022 Juried Student Exhibition
April 22 – June 17
This exceptional exhibit highlights the best of Yavapai College students’ artwork, juried this semester by contemporary Native American artist, Matagi Sorensen. This enriching exhibit offers a close look at students’ various art forms and artistic expressions and provides a fantastic opportunity to purchase artwork from our talented art students.
OPEN FOR THE ART WALK 5:00 – 7:30 AWARDS ANNOUNCED AT 6:00