The sky lights up as dazzling fireworks fly high and bright, while onlookers voice their merriment with oohs and aahs. With a boom, bang and pop, Fourth of July…
A picture tells a thousand words, but for artist IdaKatherine Graver, it is a thousand dots that tell a life story.
The romanticization of the Wild West is long and storied, and while much of the Western lifestyle has disappeared over the years, the ideal lives on in cultural vernacular, both in the United States and abroad.
Ed Mell’s naturalistic landscapes are transportive masterworks that capture the sweeping vistas of the Southwest’s mountains, mesas, and monuments and the billowing clouds that soar above them.
Writer: Shannon Severson Photography: Bryan Black n an area rimmed by the Gila River and Estrella Mountains and surrounded by small family farms...
As the sixth largest state, totaling 113,998 square miles, Arizona provides an extensive terrain to explore and admire.
An artist’s creative outpouring often exhibits traces of the different environments in which he or she has lived.
Inside Michael McKee’s Fountain Hills studio, classical music is playing and the red oak or birch boards he uses as his canvases are stacked several deep around the room.
It’s been David Ira Goldstein’s “Long Goodbye.” Four years ago, Goldstein announced his retirement from the position he’d taken up in 1992: Artistic director of Arizona Theatre Company…
After the completion of the world-renowned Bowman House, an architectural tour de feat designed by Southwest