Before we head into the official start of summer, let’s take a few moments to savor the final days of spring! The latest issue of Art Connection, our quarterly magazine, celebrates all things spring as well as how art impacts our well-being. In this spring issue, you’ll find: A spotlight on artist Adolfo Girala Vitamin A(rt): […]
Always in vogue, artist Barbara Rudolph’s “Bougie Birdies” graced the cover page of So Scottsdale’s “Now” editorial feature.
Scottsdale Airpark News visits the Celebration of Fine Art to learn about the 33-year-history and how the show has evolved.
Fox 10’s Tom Ferguson took a stroll through the big white tents in this fun interview with several Celebration artists.
In this interview with the Scottsdale Progress, Susan and several artists talk about the show’s history and how it has grown over the past 32 years.
Eight years ago the Rupperts started making sculptures out of felt material from cowboy hats that would otherwise end up in the landfill, giving it new life. And in this interview with 12 News, the artful duo shares how they got their start and some of the interesting ways their art is being used.
The Scottsdale Independent heralds the opening of the 31st annual Celebration of Fine Art. Over the past 31 years, we have welcomed more than 1.5 million art lovers into the big white tents. Learn what makes us a destination for art collectors and enthusiasts year after year. Read the full article here.
We were honored to be featured in the Phoenix New Times as one of the best live and virtual things to do around Phoenix. Read the full article here.
Arizona Foothills Magazine names Susan Morrow Potje, Co-Owner and Show Director of the Celebration of Fine Art, a “trendsetter to know,” and sits down with her to learn what motivates and inspires her, what she loves about Arizona and why she’s so passionate about her job. Read the full article here.
The Celebration of Fine Art has deep roots in the Scottsdale area. Founders Tom and Ann Morrow started the show 31 years ago, at a time when most art was shown in traditional galleries. Today, Susan Morrow Potje and her husband, Jake, continue the tradition. We shared with AZ Central how the show has grown […]