Scheduled for Nov. 4–13, Canal Convergence will feature 12 large-scale public artworks created by artists from around the world alongside augmented reality artworks and experiences, live music and dance performances, creative workshops, educational activities and food trucks as well as a beer and wine garden.
The signature event of the nonprofit Sonoran Arts League, this year’s 26th annual Hidden in the Hills event features 174 artists at 47 studios throughout the scenic Desert Foothills communities of Cave Creek, Carefree and North Scottsdale.
Making his debut at this year’s Hidden in the Hills Artist Studio Tour, woodturner Brian Lensink’s passion for creating original decorative, functional and artistic utilitarian pieces has earned him many accolades. Moreover, his work is represented by art galleries in several states.
Having grown up surrounded by nature, wildlife bronze sculptor Bryce Pettit’s deep love for the world around him and his desire to create art have always been closely linked.
Erin Hanson’s Scottsdale gallery, which officially opened its doors earlier this fall, prominently features the artist’s shimmering depictions of the Grand Canyon State.
Stephen Webster’s designs marry traditional craftsmanship, innovation, fair trade and a decidedly rebellious rock ’n’ roll spirit.
Phoenix Art Museum’s new director, Jeremy Mikolajczak, wants everyone to experience the magic of museums.
On Sunday, Nov. 6, Phoenix Art Museum will premiere Mr.: You Can Hear the Song of This Town — an exhibition of large-scale graffiti-inspired paintings, drawings and installations by one of today’s most popular Japanese artists.
Set for Oct. 29 and 30, the inaugural Kierland Fine Art and Wine Festival will feature more than 100 world-class artists, wineries, trendy food concessions and main stage entertainment.
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.