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Art Source Volume Six is now ARTSource Arizona! This edition features paintings from visual artists Ed Mell, Mary Lois Brown, Khrystyna Kozyuk, Aros Crystos, Franck Boistel, Cyndy Carstens, Diana Madaras, Elizabeth Silk, Brad Wilkinson, Lynn Alison Trombetta, and Bearcloud.

Bronze sculptures by John M. Soderberg and James N. Muir are included in the issue along with poetry by Ofelia Zepeda; glass art by Thomas A. Philabaum; a new book by James N. Muir; culinary creations by Chef William Turner; astrophotography by Joel Quimpo; landscape photography by Mike Koopsen; and views into the lives of performance artists Pash Galbavy, Lewis Nash, Shondra Jepperson, and Dev Ross.

A focus on the Sedona International Film Festival and its Director, Patrick Schweiss is found in this first statewide edition of ARTSource, plus a preview of "Fearless Fashion" – a special exhibition at the Phoenix Art Museum showcasing over eighty fashion designs by ’60s mod legend Rudi Gernreich, and a glimpse of the Musical Instrument Museum's collection of more than 8,000 instruments from more than 200 countries.

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The Art of Jill Amundsen - Sedona Art Source

The Art of Jill Amundsen

“I was told that I should fill the whole canvas with paint and that I should not leave areas unpainted. The rebel in me did not listen.”

— Jill Amundsen

Doug Adams furniture - Sedona Art Source Voume 5

A Deep-Seated Love for Furniture

The furniture we choose to live with reflects our values, our lifestyle and our culture in ways we often give little attention. Yet, out of the mind of artists, this ancient quest for practical solutions for home furnishings often blossoms into so much more…