Something fateful was in the air in 1980 when former IBM marketing executive Thomas Barnes decided to turn his passion for collecting fine art into a pursuit to discover some of the world’s most talented emerging artists.
On the green banks of the Verde River, a short afternoon trip away from the Phoenix sun in the heart of Arizona wine country sits 14 acres of paradise.
Standing tall on the southeast corner of Scottdale Road and Frank Lloyd Wright is an aqua blue, 125-foot steel and glass spire that, love it or hate it, is an iconic Scottsdale landmark with an interesting history. In fact, there may be more to it than you know!
In October 2017, I was sent to the urologist because the results of a routine blood test came back with an unusually high PSA reading. The urologist put me through a series of other tests, including a biopsy of the prostate, and in early December 2017, I was diagnosed with prostate cancer.
With so many photographs uploaded to the internet every day, you should find what genre of photography really excites you, and just immerse yourself in that part of the photographic world. Sedona photography excites Micael Wilson!
The rust-red rocks, the colorful artistic vibe and the inspiring composition of nature greets you on every corner. The 2018 Sedona Arts Festival is one more way to enjoy all this city has to offer.
Wine lovers rejoice! An extraordinary event is coming to Arizona that will feature food and wine pairings curated by an acclaimed international chef and one of the world’s most celebrated winemakers, all in a spectacular setting.
Laura Bicego is outspoken and passionate in characteristic Italian style, but it’s what’s not expected about Bicego that draws me in as she speaks. Bicego is a woman’s woman. Her goal is to empower women through art, and her medium is 18-karat gold and beautiful organic stones.
Life can change in an instant. For families who receive the devastating news that their child has cancer, a mighty struggle begins—and not just against the disease itself.
“Would you like a Coca Cola and a muffin?” Kim Moody of the Alwun House asks as we walk through a nostalgic front hallway toward a distinguished, sun-drenched door leading to the back yard. With the swoop of his hand, it opens to a rare downtown courtyard oasis that I wasn’t prepared for. It seemed to proclaim a serendipity existence: a Sonoran masterpiece in the center of Phoenix.