Don’t miss these special presentations offered in October.
In our newest exhibition, LOCAL COLOR, we feature the colorful palettes and creative minds of some of the best, local western artists in Yavapai County’s artistic community. Not only does this exhibit bring to life the many dynamic and stunning landscapes this community has to offer but it also depicts the rich ranching lifestyle that has prevailed in this part of the country for generations.
Coruscating by Dane Chinnock
From sculpture to drawings, participating artists bring unique outlooks and different artistic techniques to enhance this special presentation.
CLAY OUT WEST
A Clay Sculpture Jamboree and Competition for Kids
October 6th – November 4th, 2018
Sign up for these instructional sessions here at the museum.
(Please note: students may need more than one workshop session to complete their sculpture, but register early as class sizes are limited to 30.)
To enter the competition and participate in these workshops, please call the museum’s Education Coordinator, Neal McEwen, to make a reservation (928)778-1385.
THIRD THURSDAY DINNER PROGRAM
Where Biography Meets Historical Fiction: Sedona Schnebly with Lisa Schnebly-Heidinger
Cost: $25 for Museum Members & $30 for Guests
ART & WINE: A Perfect Pairing
Cost: $35 per person; must be 21 or older to participate
All materials will be provided.
Join us here at the museum on October 25th for an enjoyable evening of art, wine and lots of fun. This event is a two-hour excursion for those who enjoy wine and would like to learn about painting.
Discover hidden wells of creativity and explore different painting techniques as artist and Education Coordinator, Neal McEwen, leads you through the step-by-step process of creating your own original, western-themed, acrylic painting.
A fun-filled evening of art, wine and tasty snacks await participants and will result in a painting that is finished and suitable for framing. But this promises to be a very popular art event, so make your reservation now at (928)778-1385.
Join us for an afternoon of entertainment and historical insight as Jody Drake brings to life the special character of Sharlot Hall. Drake was born and raised in Prescott, and still calls it home. She is the Founding Director of the Blue Rose Theater which operated at the Sharlot Hall Museum in Prescott and has been presenting Sharlot Hall to Arizona audiences for the last 16 years. She has performed throughout the state and her first-person presentations mix the rich stories of the west with an enchanting combination of humor and fact.
He was chosen by popular vote for this beautiful watercolor, Cow Pony. Along with this special recognition, Marlin will receive an Award of Excellence from Western Art Collector magazine and be the featured artist in next year’s Hold Your Horses! Invitational Exhibition & Sale. Congratulations again to Marlin and special thanks to all of the outstanding artists who participated in this year’s show!
(928) 778-1385 PHIPPEN@PHIPPENARTMUSEUM.ORG
10AM to 4PM Tuesday through Saturday
& 1 to 4PM on Sunday