WELCOME TO OUR FIRST ONLINE EXHIBIT
SHOWCASING ARTWORK FROM THE BEST ARTISTS IN ARIZONA!
ON VIEW THROUGH 12/31/19
Are you looking for art that expresses the soul of the desert? Whether mixed media, painting or sculpture our juried collection of art has it all. From soulful abstractions and landscapes to whimsical still lifes, this selection of art speaks to all that is "Arizona."
We asked artists who live and work in Arizona to submit up to three images of their art that best reflected the theme of "Impressions of Arizona." From the large volume of entries, we have selected only the very top finalists to share with you, based on originality, creativity, technique and relevance to the theme.
This is a new way to have an art fair in Arizona, from the comfort of your home or business. You are invited to enter the exhibit as you would at any gallery. Enjoy viewing each piece, and consider adding them to your collection. Each piece is available for purchase. Purchases are made by contacting the artist directly through their website.
We invite you to view the exhibit and find the art you love for your home or business today!
If you have questions please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR WINNERS AND TOP FINALISTS!
Thank you to all our highly talented artists for participating in this exhibit!
1st Place - Phillip Payne, Sculptor
2nd Place - Linda Lindus, Painter
3rd Place - James Jenkins, Sculptor
Terry Amerine, Painter
Aida Bell, Painter
LuAnn Beardmore, Painter
Karen Budan, Painter
Mark Carroll, Sculptor
Joan Maureen Collins, Painter
Gordon Diebler, Painter
Claudia Hartley, Painter
Pat Isaacson, Glass Artist
Earl Wesley Jernigan, Painter
Lauri Marks Kaye, Digital Artist
Michelle Larsen, 3D Painter
Diana Madaras, Painter
Deanne McKeown, Glass
Susanne Nyberg, Painter
Judy Pate, Painter
Lisa Scadron, Mixed media
Todd West, Mixed Media
Diane Woods, Painter
"VISIONS OF AN IRON HORSE"
"The Southern Pacific line of the Railroad was finished in 1883 running directly through Southern Arizona, the home of famous Apache warrior Geronimo. His final Surrender was in 1886 and this is how I imagine that first encounter with Geronimo. Could he see the end of a way of life in the smoke of the Train as it approached him for the first time?"
31" h x 27" w 25" d
Linda Lindus, Painter
Horizon 2, Acrylic, 30" x 30" $2,400
"Arizona's uniqueness, whether it be vibrant-colored skies, canyons, prairies or mesas creates a palette that inspires me. The beauty, often bold, rugged and sometimes playful, is emotionally uplifting and is the influence for my work. Each painting evokes it own emotion with the intent to stimulate a respect and passion for Arizona's beauty."
Polymer Clay Sculpture using unique Millefiori technique with each tile hand applied
4" tall x 5" deep
"The Mexican "Dia de los muertos" skull is not only honors the day of celebration, but also represents the origins of Arizona, and the colorful blend of cultures it now embraces."