Creativity From Around the Country at the Arizona Fine Art Expo

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When was the last time you experienced real artistry? You may have seen plenty of artistic pieces in your lifetime, but have you ever been immersed in the creativity? If you want to really connect with the art universe, the Arizona Fine Art Expo was made for you. This Scottsdale event takes place daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Jan. 13 through March 26, and it’s an art festival unlike any other. arizonafineartexpo.com

Witness Art Come to Life

As you stroll through the 44,000-square-foot space, you’ll come across some of the finest artwork in existence. This is a gathering of 100 emerging and prominent artists from across the country and around the world, so expect to be wowed. Each artist works in their own makeshift studio, which means you will get to experience art and the creative process in their purest forms.

creativity-from-nationally-renownedThe fact that you can actually view works of art come alive makes this Expo unique. You’ll directly connect with passionate artists as they create in all different types of mediums. Learn how beautiful jewelry is created, watch a pencil sketch develop from a blank canvas, see a chunk of alabaster or wood transform into a stunning sculpture, and witness the magic of clay sculpting.

Take a Quiet Break 

Part of the Expo’s appeal is its quaint setting. You can spend an entire day lost in the peaceful beauty of the artistry. The 2-acre Sculpture Garden is a remarkable sight with its life-size sculptures in stone, bronze, copper, clay and metal. As you amble along the paths and cross over specially designed bridges, listen for the tranquil water flowing from the fountains and koi pond.

sculptures-in-stone-bronze-copper-clay-and-metalYou can place a bookmark in your art viewing by stopping at the Café de Expo for a delicious lunch or midday snack. The café offers a variety of mouthwatering treats, and you can enjoy your break indoors or outside. The outdoor dining area is quite special and has numerous umbrella-covered tables. It’s a great place to just relax in the ambiance.

Make a One-of-a-Kind Purchase

The Expo provides an Artist’s Marketplace, which is probably not what you’d expect from a gift shop. The boutique is filled with high-quality crafts and artwork created by the attending artists. You can find gorgeous, original pieces in a multitude of genres and mediums. No matter what your style is, you could walk away with a painting, sculpture, jewelry set or pottery piece to admire for a lifetime.

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On weekends, you can even create your own masterpiece at one of the workshops. This is the perfect way to commemorate your visit. Weekends are also loaded with live entertainment, book signings, wine tastings and galas. Season passes cost just $10, so you can attend multiple times and soak in as much as possible. This Expo is a truly exceptional event that will change your views about the world of art.

More information about Arizona Fine Art Expo here:

  • Renowned artists from across the globe will make the Sonoran Desert in north Scottsdale home for 10 weeks as they create original pieces of fine art in a popular Arizona venue. Read more from www.scottsdaleindependent.com
  • Driven by a desire to understand how things work, local artist Logan Peterson employs dedication and creativity to transform his vision into sculptures. Read more from www.recordcourier.com/new

 

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