When:
January 17, 2015 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
2015-01-17T18:00:00-07:00
2015-01-17T20:00:00-07:00
Where:
Coconino Center for the Arts
2300 North Fort Valley Road
Flagstaff, AZ 86001
USA
Cost:
Free

10 x 10 Front10×10 – 100 artists :: 100 square inches :: 100 dollars

The Flagstaff Arts Council is pleased to present the 10×10 Benefit Exhibition & Sale, opening to the public on January 17, 2015, 6-8 p.m.

10×10 features 100 artists working within the framework of 10 inches by 10 inches for new, original works of art (10x10x10 for 3D art).  The exhibition will be open Tue-Sat, 11am-5pm, Jan. 20 – Feb. 14, 2015.

The 10×10 Exhibition & Sale opens with a Members Preview on Friday, January 16, 6-8pm. ANYONE CAN ATTEND! All you need for admission is to be a member, or become one for $35 or more, which you can pay at the door. Your tax deductible gift is your admission.

SALE RULES: The receptions are the first opportunity to purchase works of art at $100. All art priced at $100 is sold first-come, first-served, beginning with the January 16 reception. Please note: some art will be sold by silent auction starting at $100 on January 16 only. If a bid is made on any silent auction item, the auction will close on January 16 at 7:30pm, with the art going to the highest bidder. Any art that does not sell or receive a bid will be available first-come, first-serve with the January 17 reception, and thereafter when the exhibition opens daily beginning January 20.

The 10×10 Exhibition & Sale is a fund raiser to support the Coconino Center for the Arts.

A second public Opening Reception will be held Saturday, January 17, 6-8pm. This is open to the public. Both receptions will feature live music, food and a cash bar. The 10×10 Exhibition & Sale is a fund raiser to support the Coconino Center for the Arts.

Friday night: live music by Vincent Z. + sushi from Karma
Saturday night: live music by Mother Road Trio + tasty foods

10×10 returns from a successful first run back in 2012. The exhibition completely sold out every one of its 114 works of art.

This year’s participating artists include well-known local artists including Shonto Begay, Sky Black, Charmagne Coe, Joella Jean Mahoney, Tina Mion, Paula Rice, John Running, Sei Saito, Shawn Skabelund, Ellen Tibbetts, Connie Townsend, and Baje Whitethorne Sr.

Other talented participating artists include Tom Alexander, William Ambrose, Lorraine Attakai, Morgan Blackgoat, Jason Bohnert, Elizabeth Bonzani, Caryn Bopp, Cathi Borthwick, Raphael Brown, Eugene Brosseau, Greg Brown, Duff Burns, Sarah Buss, Tristyn Bustamante, David Christiana, Karen Clarkson, Heidi Deerr, Maranda Delgai, J. Adrianne Dienno, Elaine Dillingham, Amber Ensley, Katherine Farr, Gallina Franz, Tony Freeman, Ruth Garrison, Edwin Gideon, Zach Gonzalez, Bryan David Griffith, Peter Grosshauser, Michael Hagelberg, Frederica Hall, Rena Hamilton, Edward Haswood, Judi Hartman, Chandra Hemminger, Janeece Henes, Jason Hess, Don Hill, Greg Hill, Al Hinton, Jen Holt, Bruce Horn, Jocelyn James, Tanner Jensen, Sharin Jonas, Nicole Langille, David Lash, Nick Lawrence, Thomas Mandela, Arline Martens, Greg Mason, Sharon McGinnis, Levon Miller, Tracie Myrdahl, Christina Norlin, Lynn Overend, Amber Owen, Marsha Owen, Brian Painter, Genevieve Parrish, Stephanie Peters, Alan Petersen, Joni Pevarnik, Daniel Pierre, Sandy Quintanilla, Sharon Richards, Leancy Rupert, Pieter Schaafsma, Steve Schaeffer, Diane Scholar, Krissi Schott, Lola Serkland, Linda Shearing Whiting, Jocelyne Shiner, Catherine Sickafoose, Jeremy Singer, Rebecca Slater, Derek Smith, Tammy Smith, Brenda Smith, Audria Smith, Suzanne Stebila, Dawn Sutherland, Christopher Taylor, Stewart Thomson, Steve Warburton, Bahe Whitethorne, Jr., Julie Williams, David Williams, Rachel Wilson, and Robert Zappanti.

Sponsored by:
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Fire & Water, acrylic paintings by Sedona artist Rebecca Bramon will be exhibiting in the Jewel Gallery during 10×10. Rebecca Bramon’s series shows the dichotomy of fire and water on the landscape. Her water reflection paintings are influenced by Oak Creek and the fire paintings are based on media images of the Slide Fire.

Some of the 10×10 artwork: