ArtFest Market 2011 Featured Artists

Featured from left to right: R. Altenhofen, A. Winslow, R. Lindsay & G. Dunn

Listed below are the Featured Artists for the ArtFest Market of Cave Creek, taking place March 4, 5 & 6, 2011 at Stagecoach Village.  Each artist has a short artist statement and a small gallery of images.  Feel free to click on their name for additional information or the image to see a larger version of their work.  We encourage you to stop by the first weekend in March to check out their work in person!

Richard Altenhofen

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I consider myself a functional artist. My work is intended to be used rather than hang on a wall. Thus, the overall design of my work is dictated by its intended use. But the individual elements of the design are inspired by natural forms. I like to let the materials speak for themselves.

To see more of Richard’s work, please visit him in space #137.


Geri Dunn

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Geri Dunn knew from an early age that her passion was art. Geri’s interest in the West manifested itself through childhood drawings, and impressions gathered while growing up in a small town, rich with ranching history. A self-confessed dreamer, Geri strives to go beyond just the basic techniques of drawing, trying to convey the mood and feeling of the subject in all her drawings. Geri enjoys creating each new piece of graphite artwork, and continues to excel in honing her skills as an artist.

To see more of Geri’s work, please visit her in space #135.


Alexandria Winslow

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Alexandria’s vibrant contemporary style reflects her passionate love of the beautiful Sonoran Desert. She continues to experiment and to develop fresh ideas using color to present striking and unique representations of nature. Alexandria’s expanding portfolio continues to be represented at local art shows and exhibitions.

To see more of Alexandria’s work, please visit her in space #136.


Richard Lindsay

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An American artist—a metalsmith and a jewelry maker—Richard Lindsay creates work that embodies a classic American style and feeling with a touch of the New American West. His jewelry is sophisticated, expertly crafted and elegant. Richard’s work has a clean sensibility with an emphasis on essential style.

To see more of Richard’s work, please visit him in space #143.

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