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Those of us who live amongst the red rocks of Sedona are truly privileged. We are immersed in beauty at every waking moment. Good Morning Americarecently listed Sedona as the third most beautiful place in the United States. Hundreds of thousands of people flock here…

We find, have, take, make, and can be just in or out of time; it passes quickly or slowly and sometimes stands still; we often have too much or too little of it on our hands and now and then we just don’t know where…

When I was growing up there were two things that fascinated me: Art and Science. I knew at an early age that I would follow either one of those paths as I traveled down the fantastic road of life. I studied and collected stones and…

Have you heard about the Jackson Pollock bought at a thrift store for $5? Or how about the original version of the Declaration of Independence in a Tennessee thrift store that sold for $2.48 in 2007? Or perhaps you heard about the original Picasso found…

Earlier this year, I wrote my first art blog here at the Red Rock News. I stressed the importance of the arts in education, society and life in general. I asked you as individuals to keep art alive and well. I begged you to consider…

What makes art beautiful and who decides what fine art is and what makes fine paperweights? I’ve had seemingly endless debates on this subject throughout the course of my life. Too often, artists and non-artists look at a painting and say, “My three-year-old could paint…

Over the last four weeks I’ve creatively colored the elements in various hues and shades to illustrate our oneness to nature and each other. Today I will keep things simple and sum it all up with a reminder that we are all connected.

 

As…

"We are the elements. We are all made of stardust - and within us flows all the elements of nature. We are all connected." We all come from and will return to the stable and constant Earth. Join with me for a moment in the…

Turn to the East and whisper your creative visions into the wind. Take a deep breath and exhale slowly. Pay attention to your breathing as you continue to read this blog. Gaze through the clear space between you and the screen. Let us, for a…

Water flows through us and is essential for life; it’s 65% of what we are made of and covers 71% of the planet.  We are the elements and are connected to them, to each other and to the planet. Our emotions flow with the magnetic…

We are all made of stardust - and within us flows all the elements of nature. We often unwittingly strive as a species to separate ourselves from the various forms of life on the Earth, but we can never run far from that which is…

Looking for something unique to see this month in Sedona? Starting this Friday, Colorado artist, Emilio Lobato kicks off his Career Retrospective Exhibition. Emilio Lobato: Mi Linda Soledad (My Beautiful Solitude), the first retrospective of one of Colorado’s most prominent contemporary artists will open in…

This week marks the end of another school year in Sedona. Many of us have children who will find their way out of school doors and once again released into the free world. What havoc will they wreak in the upcoming months? What fun will…

This is it! This is the week for art lovers and art collectors in Sedona. The First Annual Sedona Fine Art Auction will be featuring significant works of art by Jean Carbonetti, Maynard Dixon, Alan Wolton, Ken Rowe, Ken Payne, Jennifer McChristian, Tom Lynch, Arturo…



Let our voices rise up and travel on the winds to all the people of the world; let us be heard.

 

On Friday, President Obama released a report ("Re-Investing in Arts Education: Winning America’s Future Through Creative Schools") encouraging the arts in education. Anyone…

Immerse yourself in art

I’ve often written about the importance of art in the community and in schools. This past week something wonderful happened. An Aztec Culture-themed Middle School Arts Immersion took place April 26th through 29th. Students learned to play drums in a traditional Aztec style; they learned Aztec…

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kelliklymenko

"Kelli Klymenko is an artist, storyteller, photographer, teacher, yogi, husband, father, science aficionado, marketing director for Sedona Arts Center and free thinker - experiencing life in one of the most inspiring and picturesque places on earth with his fabulous wife and children. “Remember: grow; learn; conserve; preserve; create; question; educate; change; and free your mind.” – KelliKlymenko.com"

 

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