Monthly Archives: June 2015

Light and Space Inform Experience and Inspiration In Arizona

This post is by Kristin Bauer, an artist living and working in Arizona. Visit her website at http://www.kristinbauerart.com. In Arizona, and the West in general, lie many environments that are in harmony with sculpture and spatially informed art. With the … Continue reading

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36 Hours: Phoenix

If you find yourself with some extra time in Phoenix, get out there and explore! The city is teeming with unique adventures, and exciting places for dinner and a cocktail afterwards. Randal Archibold of the New York Times sums it … Continue reading

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Roosevelt Row: Downtown Phoenix’s Old Space Made New

Easily one of Phoenix’s most eye-catching streets, colorful Roosevelt Row is the creative district and cultural hub of downtown Phoenix. There is no shortage of eccentricity at “RoRo,” as the locals call it. It will shock, inspire, and excite anybody … Continue reading

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The Right Way to Learn about Wright: Taliesin West

“Finally I learned of a site twenty-six miles from Phoenix…on the mesa just below McDowell Peak, [I] stopped, turned, and looked around. The top of the world.”- Frank Lloyd Wright Famous architect Frank Lloyd Wright showed how much he valued … Continue reading

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