Arts Prescott Window - Jody L. Miller Gallery Showings

Gallery Showings – Arts Prescott

Exploring the American Southwest is a dream for many.  Envision Cowboys walking down the street with gun belts hanging from their hips.  Step back in time to Prescott Arizona.  Prescott offers most modern amenities of a small town but still holds that old west charm.  I am happy to call Prescott my home town.

I joined Arts Prescott Cooperative Gallery in 2009 and am thankful to be a member of this wonderful community of talented Artists.  Arts Prescott Gallery is right in the middle of historic Whiskey Row between the old fashioned saloons and great restaurants.  Since Arts Prescott Gallery is a cooperative, you will find one of the 25 artists (including me) on staff everyday from 10-6. Stop in and say hello and see my fine art horse photography in person!  Visit Arts Prescott at 134 S. Montezuma Prescott, AZ 86303

Sedona Gallery Showing for Jody Miller

Sedona – The Village Gallery

UPDATED- August 1 2016 I became a permanent member of The Village Gallery in Sedona, Arizona.

 

The red rocks lend themselves to the backdrop of your photos.  There are quite a few world renowned art galleries.  The atmosphere is laid back and calls to people all across the United States for the deep feeling of connection to the earth through Sedona’s vortexes.  Whether it is hiking on one of the scenic trails off of Cathedral Rock, or the Airport Mesa, or visiting the one of the top spas, L’Auberge de Sedona, which also has a gallery and an artist in residence program, I always love visiting this part of Arizona.  I love how it has always supported artists to not only explore their creativity, but to continue to nurture it.

When I was asked to participate in the Village Gallery as a guest artist, I was thrilled to be able to reach the audience in this area and for this amount of time, two months – June and July of 2016.  I am really looking forward to this summer showing of my works in this gallery.  I am honored that they chose me as a guest artist.

Village Gallery is located at 6500 AZ-179, Sedona, AZ 86351

Carefree, Arizona-Easy Street Galleria

Carefree is a rural, residential town of approximately 3,500 people, residing in 1,900 homes, slightly more than 8 square miles in area, located in the northeast portion of the greater Phoenix metropolitan area. Carefree is nestled around Black Mountain and its land mass also continues to the northeast of this prominent landmark.

Easy Street Galleria-Equine Fine Art Showing

I am pleased to have Easy Street Galleria among the locations to offer my Equine Fine Art.  Easy Street Galleria is a fairly new and unique addition to Carefree town center!  Easy Street Galleria is home to over 25 talented fine artists and crafters that work in many different mediums from oil painting to exotic wood creations.  There is also a funky fashion boutique and a colorful 500 square foot art studio that will host beginners and advanced art classes for adults and children.

Easy Street Galleria is the creative vision of Victoria Orrico, a 5 year resident of Carefree.  Victoria creates whimsical creations from gourds and dabbles in many other medias.  She has been featured in many art shows, newspapers and even interviewed twice on Fox news 15!
Easy Street Galleria is located at 100 Easy Street in downtown Carefree, Arizona right near the famous Sundial. 

 The Town of Carefree was the vision of KT Palmer and Tom Darlington in the early 1950’s. Two men who carried out many of their joint ventures on a simple handshake created the Carefree Development Corp.which spawned the name of the town.  Carefree experienced tremendous growth from 1959 to 1984, prior to incorporation. Carefree featured Arizona’s first fly-in residences at the Sky Ranch Airport, who would travel from all over the country to experience the Sonoran Desert and buy land from the Carefree Development Corporation. 

The Carefree Sundial: Commissioned in 1959 for Carefree co-founder KT Palmer and designed by solar engineer John Yellott.
In 1976 the Sundial was acquired, dedicated and donated to the Town of Carefree by the Kiwanis Club of Carefree in memory of their fellow member KT Palmer (1899-1976).

The Boulder Resort and The Carefree Resort are two luxury Hotels right near the Easy Street Galleria.

 

Williams – The Gallery in Williams

The City of Williams Arizona is called the Gateway to the Grand Canyon.  They still have some great railroad rides on the Grand Canyon Railway.  The town of Williams, AZ, boasts some of Travelchannel.com’s top 10 best all American vacations for 2015.  Highlighting business’ along old Route 66, a rich history of the Southwest, and they also have a few celebrated art galleries too!

Williams Gallery, The Gateway to the Grand Canyon Arizona

I will be in the local co-op gallery, called The Gallery in Williams, as a guest artist from August 1st to August 31 st  2016.  This will be my second time to be included as an artist in this gallery.  I enjoy talking with the other artists to see what they have created recently and I also enjoy the feeling of getting to know the visitors that come from near and far to see the artwork. It’s always a fun time for me.

The Gallery in Williams is located at 145 Historic Rte 66, Williams, AZ 86046

Old Town Cottonwood, Arizona at The Dragonfly Handcrafted Local Art

Old Town Cottonwood is located in the “Heart of the Verde Valley Wine Country”.   An easy trip from Phoenix—only an hour and a half drive. Old Town is known for its Main Street with over 60 businesses that attract visitors and support local residents.  I am pleased to offer my Equine Fine Art at The Dragonfly Handcrafted Local Art Gift Shop.

Dragonfly Handcrafted Art Gift Shop-Cottonwood, ArizonaDragonfly Gift shop was started in the Spring of 2016 by Jewelry artist, Kathleen Cook and Glass Artist, Cynde Haan.  I’m please to be joining these two amazing female artists along with many other local and talented artists.

Cottonwood has grown into a destination for wine lovers. Tasting rooms line Main Street in Old Town, housed in Prohibition-era buildings and fronted by covered sidewalks.-Roger Naylor, a local travel and entertainment writer.

“An Old Town Flower Shop” is now open next door and shares a spacious patio with outdoor and living art.