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Village Gallery shows the art of Peggy Doiga


Use time to find eternity, by Peggy Doig

The Village Gallery of Local Artists presents the incredible works of art by Peggy Doig during the month of February 2022.

Doig shares the wordless essence of person, place, creature or flora using traditional artist tools of pigments in oil, canvas and woods. Her images are available in a variety of sizes for prints as well as greeting cards. The gallery will be open until 8 p.m. on Friday, February 4 to celebrate the First Friday.

Doig said she has always been an artist. “I delighted others with my hand-crafted art as a child and even caused turmoil when I painted my bedroom walls with my watercolor set,” she said. declared. “During this lifetime I’ve had a number of identities, forensic scientist, business manager, hippie wanderer, energy worker, wife and mother, but one identity has always been there: a My artist expressed himself freely as a child, hid in the background early in his adult life, and now has the right to express himself fully.

Doig states that his goal is to express the essence of the divine spirit that weaves through all living beings. “True artistic creation comes from transcending beyond time and space where all of our Higher Selves meet in understanding and pure light. This is why works of art across time have an enduring fascination for all of us. I am honored and honored each time that Spirit passes through me to create art that moves another, expressing a quality of our divinity beyond words… There is no end to the development of artistic skills, it is a constant journey full of surprises.

Doig honed her skills at the Austin Museum of Art, Abernathy Arts Center, and Spruill Center for the Arts in Atlanta, and began selling her art at Hummingbird Lane Gallery, Spruill Art Gallery, Unity Christ Center, the Limelight Gallery, Art Space International and has accepted commissions worldwide. Since moving to Sedona in 2007, she has taught and exhibited and exhibited her art at the Sedona Arts Center and the Village Gallery. His art lives in private collections around the world.

“If you’re an artist, you know that. You are driven to create at all costs. Images jostle in your thoughts and your dreams stumble over each other to be born. My best images come from deep meditation where my mind goes beyond the thoughts and images offered to me. You are not sure which should be created first and it changes every moment. I’ve come to realize that I don’t have to control the process or even know what the final work will look like. It’s so true that “a painting is never finished, it just stops at interesting places” [P.Gardner]. My opinions and judgment have never helped others to appreciate works of art. I am simply the conduit that creates, temporarily enjoys the art until it finds its place. Having a piece of art in your space that floats and winks and reminds you of your mystical nature and soothes you in times of stress is a worthy companion to have.

Doig and her husband have called the Village of Oak Creek their home since 2007. “Sedona is a place we both love because of the nature and the wildlife.” Doig has a deep love and respect for animals. “Along the way, I discovered how nature, animals, humans and spirits can be intelligent, loving and mystical. I am inspired to share the magic of animals because when I look into the eyes of an animal I do not see an animal I see a living being I see a friend

The Village Gallery is located at 6512 SR 179 in the Village of Oak Creek at the Cortez roundabout. Please stop by to see Doig’s spectacular work and enjoy the work of 40 other local artists. The Gallery is open seven days a week from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Information provided by the Village Gallery of Local Artists.