What you’ll notice as you walk through the show is every space is unique to the artist. They start with the same basic two walls, and they create their own space that reflects both their personality and their work.
Paul Farmer designs and creates timeless jewelry, meticulously handcrafted using vibrant colored gemstones set in high karat gold. Here’s what he’s working on lately.
In 2017, the Celebration of Fine Art invited contemporary glass artist Caleb Siegler to join the show. Caleb said his process of creating blown glass and fabricated steel artwork has changed drastically in the last year.
Oftentimes when people see or feel something that inspires them, they wonder, “How do I put this into words?”. But abstract artist Jessica Wachter wonders, “How do I color this?”
Cary has a marvelous ability to capture the passage of time, and yet certain elements of his contemporary frescoes remain mysterious.
Mimi Damrauer’s one-of-a-kind works of art, are created with her own hand-dyed cotton fabrics plus exotic textiles from all over the globe.
Meet Kathleen Hope. Her primary medium might surprise you. It’s cement – organic, raw and unpredictable (a lot like life).
Regardless of whether you are visiting or you’re a local, there are places, activities and adventures to be discovered in the Valley.
With sunny skies, cool breezes and a lush desert landscape, it’s hard to imagine a more desirable place to visit than Arizona in January.
Over the years, Celebration of Fine Art artists have gotten dining out in Scottsdale down to a science.