1. Who are you and what do you do? I am an artist, the Associate Curator at the monOrchid in downtown Phoenix, a freelance arts writer, a wife, and a proud mother of three. 2. How did you get your start? I have been an artist since I was veryRead More →

The Tempe Public library has two public art galleries within it located in the Youth Library and Café Connections. Currently on exhibit in the Youth Library is a wonderful exhibition entitled “Raw” which focuses on three local artists: Joe Willie Smith, Monica Aissa Martinez, and Aimee Leon. “Raw is anRead More →

As you enter Eye Lounge you are transported into the imagination of artist Lee Davis. At first glance the gallery is filled with a dozen fascinating clock paintings but with closer examination the viewer discovers strange plants organically growing out of the timepieces. As an artist, Lee Davis aims toRead More →

“Obliteration” by Jason Rudolph Pena. Photos courtesy of artists. Beautiful portraits adorn the walls as you enter {9} The Gallery – a relatively new gallery located downtown on Grand Avenue, owned and curated by Laura Dragon. The current exhibition is Portraits of Bohemia featuring two local artists Jason Rudolph Pena andRead More →

It’s been a little while but we haven’t forgotten about all the other awesome blogs and indie publications bringing Arizona to the interwebs. There’s way to much goodness happening here for us to get to absolutely everything so we’re all about sharing the love in the hopes of creating a networkRead More →

Pantomime by Nicole Royse Driving past the Black Theater Troupe Center for the Performing Arts on Washington was where I first discovered the work of Amanda Adkins. She created a beautiful mural depicting characters from past shows performed by the troupe near the entrance of the theater. Now several monthsRead More →