“Because I live in the desert Southwest, water is a major concern,” explains Arizona author, photographer and artist Kathleen Velo. The past two decades have seen significant population growth in big Southwestern cities than many other place in the
Albesila, a temporary inflatable village, will bloom in Mesa’s Pioneer Park beginning this Saturday, February 9, for the next three weekends, ends February 17. Hours are from noon – 9pm, opening day closing an hour early for special event.
Robert Lievens likes his business small and does not participate in e-commerce because he is concerned with the integrity of his production and sustainability of his resources. Clients who meet him at an art festival or farmer’s
After discovering the world’s most western museum in Wickenburg, AZ, for ArtBeat Magazine Vol. 2 and hyping their Cowgirl Up! women’s only art invitational online [Jan. 2018] we have turned our spotlight on the Governor’s Choice Award
At Practical Art in uptown Phoenix, it is an all year, non-stop creative happening, available and affordable to ANYONE who wants to buy something useful and unique from a stock of more than 3,000 functional works of
For more than 12 years, John A. Longo has operated an expanding commercial and fine art glass studio in Phoenix after many other ventures that, while they may have allowed him some creativity, did not feed the growing artistic
The Scottsdale Artists League(SAL) is a large and organized non-profit with a group of amateurs and professionals alike who create amazing works of art simply for the joy of it. Since 1961, across the state, these energetic folks
Arizona artist David T. Kessler has exhibited in many prestigious places, holds advanced degrees and is most renowned for his treatment of aluminum “canvas” to create a remarkably real looking watery surface. In a technique