Tag: Art

A Glimpse into the Future… of Art

Visions ‘22 features the work of advanced high school art students who participated in a multi-visit, invitational visual arts program that has been provided to metro Phoenix area teens for the past 23 years.

Immersive Art

At Immersive Klimt: Revolution, the iconic artist’s work is put into historical perspective as you are surrounded by projected images and accompanying music from both Klimt’s era and more recent years, that is a completely enveloping — and even meditative — experience.

Beat the Heat

There’s no need for seasonal hibernation or an all-out escape if you’re looking for some one-of-a-kind entertainment this summer.

Painting Outside the Lines

It is not uncommon for contemporary artist Niki Woehler to paint for 18 hours straight, producing organic, textural canvas works as well as abstract, high-gloss resin art panels and customized waterproof art installations emphasizing rich color that often resemble stone scattered with minerals.

Art & Athleticism

A new exhibition at The Gallery at Mountain Shadows seeks to tear down the walls and stereotypes, presenting the work of former professional athletes and U.S. Military veterans.

A Flair for Art and Friendship

This year’s FLAIR art show — scheduled for March 24–27 in Anthem Golf and Country Club’s Persimmon Clubhouse — will feature several subjects in a variety of mediums, all created by local artists who are committed to their craft and to the advancement of art in the community as a whole.

Revealing the Person Within

What Makes Me Me, an expressive new exhibition running through May 3 at Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts, features a collection of watercolor, acrylic, ceramics and poetry by 35 members of Scottsdale Training and Rehabilitation Services — better known as STARS — and the Opportunity Tree, both of which serve individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Maura Allen: Layers of Time

For artist Maura Allen, time is a muse. Looking at her bold silhouettes, its role may not be obvious, but look a little deeper and time forms the backdrop of amaranthine scenes of the iconic American West.

Sue Krzyston: Art and Artifacts

Artist Sue Krzyston believes that the Southwestern and Native American artifacts featured in her ultra-realistic oil paintings represent the soul of the people who created them.

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