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Artist hiking guide leads hikers at Bell Rock.

Artist hiking guide leads hikers at Bell Rock.

About Your Artist Hiking Guide

Mary Rae Rush, the founder of Sedona Art Hikes, is a renowned artist and avid, experienced hiker. She and her team of expert artist hiking guides will take you to explore the resplendent red rocks of Sedona in a way like no other during your art hike!

As experienced hikers, Mary Rae and her team will lead you safely into the back country where you will have a unique perspective on seven different hiking locations. All have been chosen for their scenic and aesthetic value as premiere sites to awaken the art making process.

The tour is being conducted on the Coconino National Forest, under permit by and in partnership with the Forest.Most tours are being conducted on the Coconino National Forest, under permit by and in partnership with the Forest.

At a view point Mary Rae selected and which the U.S. Forestry Service approved, you will be able to create a work of art while being surrounded by nature in all her glory.

Imagine – the emerald green of the trees, the sapphire blue of the sky, and the red Jasper Chalcedony of Sedona’s red rocks.

Around you will be one of the most beautiful spots on Earth. Here, let your creativity awaken! Here, create an art piece which will be a lifelong keepsake, a memento of your day, deep within the beauty of Sedona’s red rocks.

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Mary Rae Rush

Sedona Art Hikes is the only art business in Sedona that has been awarded a Red Rock Outfitters and Hiking permit. Mary Rae combines her love for creating art and her proven ability as a creativity catalyst offering you this creative opportunity.

Learn how to listen to your creative muse as you create a work of art in the red rocks. Our art hikes are developed as a place of non-judgment where you are free to explore. Discover yourself during this creative immersion.

See Sedona Art Hikes on the National Geographic Sedona Tourism site.

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