What all goes into putting on the Celebration of Fine Art? We sat down with the Phoenix Business Journal to discuss just that. We also shared a bit of the show’s history in addition to key figures that highlight the show’s success and overall impact. Read the article here.
The business side of art is one we rarely get to talk about –– so we were delighted to chat with Scottsdale Independent on what it’s been like to grow and sustain a 30-year-old art business! The article covers how the show has successfully grown and flourished from its humble beginnings in 1989, the challenges […]
A love of art and a vision to bring an immersive experience to patrons in Scottsdale led show founders Tom and Ann Morrow to create the Celebration of Fine Art, now celebrating its 30th year. Read the full feature here.
Ask any local and they will probably know, through osmosis at least, that arts and culture are Scottsdale’s superpower. There is no better example of this supremacy than the longest running art show in Arizona – Celebration of Fine Art – which begins January 18th and runs for 10 weeks, closing at the end of […]
With the Celebration of Fine Art now in its 30th year, the Scottsdale Progress recently highlighted how the show got its start, what sets it apart from other fine art shows and how the community has embraced its unique model of connecting artists to art lovers under a 40,000 square foot tent. Read the article […]
Our neighbors in Desert Ridge shared the exciting news… the Celebration of Fine Art is BACK for the 30th year! Learn what to expect under the show’s famous “big white tent,” including works of art in every medium from 100 acclaimed and emerging artists from around the United States. Read the article here.
This winter, AZ Redbook chats with Susan Morrow Potje about what’s in store for the 30th anniversary of the Celebration of Fine Art, including the storied history of the show, what types of art visitors can expect to see and the latest on the popular Art Discovery Series. “Three decades ago, my parents had a […]
Artists come from near and far to participate in the Celebration of Fine Art. Special thanks to The East Valley Tribune for highlighting several artists from right here in our backyard! “The Celebration of Fine Art transformed the way people experience art when it debuted in downtown Scottsdale nearly 30 years ago. Now a linchpin in Arizona’s […]
FOX 10’s Cory McCloskey stopped by the 29th annual Celebration of Fine Art to share what makes the show so special, and highlight several of the artists visitors can meet. He also showed off several paintings and sculptures while chatting with Susan Morrow-Potje. Take a peek:
Thanks to the Scottsdale Independent for highlighting this year’s Celebration of Fine Art, including a handful of artists who reside in Scottsdale. Take a peek at the article below. “Equal parts gallery, working studio, and art show, it’s no wonder the Celebration of Fine Art has been drawing art lovers from across the country for […]
Celebration of Fine Art Returns to AZ Jet Center Event
At the Celebration of Fine Art, we’re all about creating environments where art lovers and artists connect, and on January 16 we’ll be doing just that at the AZ Jet Center. Come join us from 4 to 7 p.m. and visit with four Celebration of Fine Art artists––Pete Tillack, Hannah Friel, Heidi Rosner, and Cary […]
Susan Potje was recognized among Scottsdale’s Most Dynamic Women. “Like father like daughter, Potje is just as passionate about art as she is about people, and sees her role in the success of the festival as being a leader to the team and the artists…”
The 10-week event enables visitors from around the globe to admire and acquire an unsurpassed selection of artwork in all mediums and styles. Plus, show guests have the opportunity to enjoy the hour-long Art Discovery Series each Friday starting at 4 PM.
Tyson works in various media sculpts in bronze, paints in oil, and creates highly complex black and white drawings using white pencil over black substrate. A motivated creator, he recently won first place in sculpture at the International Art Renewal Center Salon.
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.