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EVENT: 2015 ART SAFARI
The Foothills Artists’ Group will be holding its annual Art Show and Sale at the Foothills Clubhouse off Tucson Estates Parkway on Sunday, Dec. 7, from 1 to 4 p.m.
Of all of the dolls arranged in a room at the back of his Christine’s Antiques store, Wayne Olson can walk right up to one: brunette ringlets framing the gentle expression on its bisque face, a delicate gauze dress sweeping against its feet.
The Foothills Artists’ Group will be holding its annual Art Show and Sale at the Foothills Clubhouse off Tucson Estates Parkway on Sunday, Dec. 7, from 1 to 4 pm.
Science has proven that one way to Age Well is to incorporate art into your life. Whether you decide to dabble in watercolors or browse the Tucson Museum of Art, you’ll be doing something good for your physical and mental health, and taking a very pleasant step toward Aging Well.
Diana Madaras doesn’t feel comfortable painting in public because the creative effort of putting color on canvas and bringing an idea to life is a very private endeavor for her, yet she readily shares her finished work, many pieces of which depict life in the Sonoran desert, with that same public.
(NAPSI)—There are some people who will always lean toward putting off until tomorrow what they could do today. Procrastinating-and according to experts at the University of North Carolina, everyone does it at some time—may be something we do for good reasons. These can include being busy or being a perfectionist, and sometimes it just works because you only get motivated by the looming deadline to do the job.
Southern Arizona Arts and Cultural Alliance presents the fourth annual Hilton Indoor Summer Fine Art Festival at Hilton El Conquistador, inside the air-conditioned resort, Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 23 and 24, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. both days.
(BPT) - Can you imagine a museum without paintings? Technology has impacted society in countless ways but many overlook its impact on the arts. The very phrase “the arts” might evoke images of oils, watercolors or sculpture but technology is inspiring a whole new generation of artists who are using new mediums to create their masterpieces.
Tucson’s visual art immersion program for teens and youth, ages 9 to 18 is set for this summer.
Sherry Bryant looks at objects in life through eyes that see things which don’t register with most people — gradations of light, shadow and form that embody an object itself. As an accomplished award-winning artist, and one especially skilled in watercolors, Bryant is helping others see those variations in life and interpret them onto paper through watercolor painting.
Artist Sherry Byant, right, shades an iris with her hand to give shadow definition to the object as her students get to work with watercolors. On the table's left, front to back, are, Ruthie Neilan, Jan Wilder, Beth Crowley, Kathy Godkin and (obscured) Teresa Biggs.
U.S. Rep. Ron Barber is inviting Southern Arizona high school students to submit artwork for the annual Congressional Art Competition.
“With my paintbrush and the boldest colors, I pull ideas together in the best way that makes my heart sing. Always bright, always colorful, always pure of heart,” artist Regina Lord stated.
Art Dahlstrand said he has only volunteered for two things in his life, once when he joined the Marines at the age of 17 during World War II, and a second time when he volunteered to paint a 12-foot by 25-foot mural.
Streetcar Celebration: Destination Main Gate Square to be held on Jan. 15 from 4 to 7 p.m. is the first of several streetcar celebrations to promote merchants, restaurants & attractions along the line. This event is sponsored by the Friends of the Streetcar.
(StatePoint) You may remember your parents telling you to turn off the television and go outside or read a book. But these days, it’s harder than ever to separate kids from media devices, especially as their options become more mobile.
This weekend November 10th & 11th is the La Encantada Fine Art Festival featuring 45 fine art exhibitors as well as performing arts presentations from local art, music and theatre groups.
Four award-winning artists working in several disciplines will be part of the Fall Open Studios Tour, sponsored by the Tucson Pima Arts Council, on Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 10 and Nov. 11.
Seeing a lack of active art groups in the Northwest, and wanting artistic outlets for themselves, Marana residents Robin Laurel Fraser and Sandra Travers rehashed a MeetUp.com group and created the Sketchbook Brigade.