Posts from: September 2020

“Feminisms” – A Partnership with 516 ARTS by Wheelwright Museum

“Feminisms” – A Partnership with 516 ARTS by: Wheelwright Museum 516 ARTS and the Wheelwright Museum team up to present an exhibition exploring feminism in its most expansive meaning, as part of the national Feminist Art Coalition initiative.   516 ARTS, in partnership with the Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian, presents Feminisms, an exhibition featuring…

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Dear Arizona, A quote from a Navajo Weaver, 45 x 31 in, acrylic on linen

BLUE A Call to Action Exhibition in Arizona by Lisa Sette Gallery

BLUE: A Call to Action Exhibition in Arizona By: Lisa Sette Gallery Exhibition September 12, 2020 – January 2, 2021 The color blue is a latecomer among hues; ancient peoples in Arizona and around the world created the first known artistic expressions in marks of ochre, brown and yellow—colors that could be quickly obtained from…

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Carrie Marill’s Ten-O-One Window Mural Voted Best Window Art of 2020 by Phoenix New Times

Best of Phoenix // Megalopolitan Life //2020 By: Phoenix New Times Look up while approaching the northeast corner at Roosevelt Street and Central Avenue, and you’ll see works by three artists gracing the windows of the Ten-O-One building owned by True North Studio. Between Antoinette Cauley’s portrait of James Baldwin and Debra Hurd’s portrait of…

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