Scottsdale Art Walk
Get drawn into Scottsdale ArtWalk – an American original. Stroll at your own pace, wander into galleries through a festive area enjoying dramatic statues, bubbling fountains, tree-covered courtyards, famed restaurants and live music. ArtWalk runs from 7-9 p.m. Thursdays, year-round in Old Town.
Participating galleries with themed exhibits and refreshments include:
Amery Bohling Fine Art Gallery
7100 East Main Street, Suite A
Art enthusiasts are invited to peruse Amery’s latest paintings highlighting the glory of the Grand Canyon, watch a live painting demonstration and enjoy refreshing libations.
3922 N Scottsdale Rd
For Fine Art, jewelry, music, and literature lovers alike! Anticus celebrates the city of Scottsdale’s 70th anniversary in style! Come cool down with a refreshing Arnie Palmer and feast your eyes upon all Anticus has to offer. Featuring a meet-and-greet with six of Anticus’ own artists, live demonstrations and a local singer songwriter for your listening pleasure.
Bonner David Galleries
7040 East Main Street
During this special ArtWalk, the gallery will celebrate artist Dyana Hesson’s feature and cover story in Arizona Highways’ June issue, which highlights her “Wildflowers of the White Mountains” works. Hesson will be in attendance to meet and greet with guests and sign free copies of the magazine (while supplies last).
Carstens Fine Art Studio & Gallery
7100 East Main Street, Suite B
In celebration of June Days and the re-opening of the Gallery in its new location, Carstens is featuring the sounds of professional harpist Jocelyn Obermeyer for guests to enjoy while viewing live demonstrations.
French Designer Jeweler
7148 East Main Street
French Designer Jeweler hosts an exclusive pop-up artists’ trunk show featuring renowned local jeweler Julie Romanenko (aka Just Jules) who will be onsite to mingle with guests. Romanenko’s custom jewelry reflects her passion and her ability to showcase family, special occasions, celebrations and moments of history through each unique piece.
7077 East Main Street, Suite 20
All month long, King Galleries features its Modernly Ancestral exhibit featuring Acoma Pueblo pottery from 1960 to the present and highlighting historic and contemporary works by Juana Leno, Anita Lowden, Lucy Lewis, Robert Patricio, Frederica Antonio and others.
On the Edge Gallery
7077 E. Main Street
Guests can enjoy meeting and mingling with three popular artists — Scott Palmer, who specializes in copper work; photographer Lorita Winfield, who presents an “unfamiliar beauty” of the drama of the desert through her art; and Robin Ray, who specializes in ceramics with striking color, simple shapes and repetitive patterns that create energy in her pieces.
Wilde Meyer Gallery
4142 North Marshall Way
Coinciding with June Days ArtWalk, the Gallery’s Arizona Art Affair group show takes place from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. and features some of Arizona’s most talented artists such as Ryan Hale, Andrea Peterson, Timothy Chapman, Sherri Belassen, Nancy Pendleton, Ka Fisher and more.