On Friday I made a trip out to north east Scottsdale to visit the 25th Annual Celebration of Fine Art. It is certainly one of my favorite things to do every winter. With around 100 artists on site and creating art as well as selling art, the event is as much educational as it is beautiful. I talked with many of the artists this year and caught up with a few that I visit every year.
The above piece is by sculptor Michael Jones and it measures 16 feet long by 5 feet high. I could see this piece residing in the someone's back yard or in the lobby of a grand building. In fact, it would look perfect on the raised outdoor area that surrounds the Phoenix Convention Center.
I saw some pretty spectacular things and I'll show you a couple more later.
I have a new post on Sharon's Sojourns today. I've stopped to smell the roses in a California garden.
City Daily Photo bloggers post photographs on a theme on the first day of each month. On
February 1, they will address this intriguing question: If you had to leave forever the city
from which you usually post, what would you miss most?