Listed below are the Featured Artists for the ArtFest of Scottsdale, taking place November 23 & 24, 2013 at the Scottsdale Civic Center Plaza. 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 in November to check out their work in person.
Martha White’s love of gourds enables her the joy of design, carving, weaving, embellishing, and painting. She creates artwork while working in a green environment, utilizing natural products to enhance her designs.
To see more of Martha's work, please visit her in booth 163.
Growing up in Corez, Colorado, a hub of Native American art and craft, Marvin Blackmore was surrounded by pottery makers from several American Indian tribes. Marvin drew from each of the tribal styles as he began to dabble in pottery making.
To see more of Marvin's work, please visit him in booth 143.
Danny Hughes creates works of art that help each soul to open just enough to the possibility that “it” is possible, whatever that is. Each painting that he creates is done so with the intention of providing the viewer with an opportunity to be still…quiet the mind.
To see more of Danny's work, please visit him in booth 147.
JC has been inspired constantly by Monet, Klimt, Modigliania and Leonardo da Vinci, making a blend of his own style, he painted 190 canvases in the first year with a preference for peaceful views and close-ups of beautiful women with ethnic flavors and the light of goddesses.
To see more of JC's work, please visit him in booth 146.
“Sculpting” for Roberto Gutierrez is a way of expression that permits not only to communicate the concept he has of human kind, but as an artist, to reveal his aesthetic worries. His work proposes a canon of beauty which is not a classical representation of the body.
To see more of Roberto's work, please visit him in booth 115.