Arizona’s airports are dazzling hubs for world-class art exhibitions.
The Wild Side Gallery at Phoenix Zoo fosters an appreciation of the natural world.
The Finer Arts Gallery opened in September 2021, and since then, it has grown to become one of the North Valley’s largest art galleries, with 50 distinct artists — all of whom are Arizona professional artists.
Our Sonoran Desert trails provide Cynthia Eral with plenty of inspiration for her art. Whether it is a wild animal, a majestic sunset or one of the beautiful botanicals that are unique to our Sonoran Desert, absorbing the natural world helps the artist connect with her subjects and find the right feeling or emotion that she wants to convey.
Seventeen beautifully painted horses “gallop” into town this month for the inaugural Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show Stallion Stampede.
Anthem resident Linda Hogg uses pastels to create beautiful commissioned portraits of her clients’ pets.
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.