Eye Lounge exhibit focuses on human nature

One artist uses paper; the other constructs with clay, metal and glass. Together, they have an exhibition that will open in July called Sympathetic Vibrations. The works of Tess Mosko Scherer and David Lloyd Bradley will be displayed July 20-Aug. 12 at the Eye Lounge, 419 E. Roosevelt St., Phoenix. The two-person show “explores the […]

Town Hall displays resident Joe Sacco’s art work

The Town of Paradise Valley welcomed its 2017-18 resident artist, Joe Sacco, during an Oct. 10 fine arts exhibition. Mr. Sacco’s exhibit will remain at Town Hall, 6401 E. Lincoln Drive, through September 2018. Visitors are welcome to visit the works of art during regular weekday business hours. Mr. Sacco, a resident of Paradise Valley, […]

T.C. Cannon: Heard Museum presents rare paintings by 20th century artist

The Heard Museum is set to welcome Of God and Mortal Men: Masterworks by T.C. Cannon from the Nancy and Richard Bloch Collection. The large-scale exhibition of work by American artist T.C. Cannon (1946-1978) includes paintings not publicly exhibited in 25 years, according to a press release. The exhibit will be open to the public […]

‘Everyday Life’ put on display in Phoenix art exhibit

A new art exhibition capturing the world and life of everyday people through photographs and paintings will be opening at Olney Gallery this September. A physician by profession, a photographer by passion, Stuart Posner has traveled extensively to capture the special moments of human behavior and social interactions that reflect daily life, according to a […]

‘The Dainty Little Freak Show’ reconfigures traditional art, materials

Local art curator Nicole Royse and artist Daniel Shepherd have joined forces to present Pretty/Creepy: The Dainty Little Freak Show Part 2, a solo exhibition at Chartreuse Gallery. Two years ago, the first installation of the Dainty Little Freak Show premiered in Bokeh Gallery at the monOrchid, curated by Ms. Royse, according to a press release. In part two, Mr. Shepherd has taken elements typically considered visually appealing and reconfigured and presented them in a way that may be considered unnerving or creepy, while still retaining grace and beauty.

Preschool art exhibit reveals early learning importance

The local regions of First Things First in Maricopa County and the Herberger Theater Center will partner for Celebrate, the fifth annual preschool children’s art exhibit that showcases the artistic and creative abilities of young children. The artwork was created by children participating in Quality First pre-schools and child care centers, FTF’s statewide early care and education quality improvement system, according to a press release. Guest curated by Connie and A O Tucker, the exhibit will be on display June 2 through July 30 in the Herberger Theater Gallery, 222 E. Monroe Street, and Herberger Gallery@Arizona Center, 455 N. Third Street, suite 1200, in Phoenix.

Invisible scar: Phoenix exhibit sheds light on PTSD

A new art exhibit, presented by Christopher Oshana, visually spotlights veterans who have been diagnosed with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder — commonly known as PTSD. “PTSD, The Invisible Scar,” opens at Public Image, 333 E. Roosevelt Street, suite 114 in Phoenix, on June 2. An opening reception will take place between 4-6 p.m., where Mr. Oshana will say a few words prior to the opening. The art exhibit is timely, as the month of June has been designated as PTSD Awareness Month, according to a press release.

Explore the ‘Gray Area’ in Shade Gallery at the monOrchid

Shade Projects is proud to present Gray Area, a small group exhibition of that will showcase the work of three artists AJ Nafziger, Jessica Palomo, and Travis Rice in Shade Gallery. Gray Area features the work of three artists who reveal drawing as an advanced and complex practice and an artistic channel for discovery. The artwork of Travis Rice, Jessica Palomo, and AJ Nafziger vary greatly in aesthetic, using a wide range of alternative processes, demonstrating the tremendous depth of the pool of techniques, mediums, and styles artists use to draw, according to a press release.