Maricopa Arts Council will present its fifth Artists Studio Crawl March 9 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and March 10 from noon to 4 p.m.
The Studio Crawl is a drive-yourself fun day at the varying artists’ studios in Maricopa. MAC will have five artists at one stop on the map, like a mini Art Festival.
This free event has been popular with residents and an inspiration for the artists to share their most creative moments, the tools they use and works in progress.
“Maricopa is full of creative folks, so many incredible talents, showing their work to all of us and in doing so may possibly move others to get inspired,” said Susan Cameron, one of the artists on the crawl. “Enjoy the day with the family and see some amazing pieces of artwork.”
Rocky Dunne, fused-glass artist, 19984 N. Ibis Way (Province)
Herman Neuberger, artist and sculptor, 20232 N. Harmony Pass (Province)
Lilly Schuette, poured paint artist, 41312 W. Sanders Way, (Homestead North)
Brad Kammeyer, oil painting artist, 42671 Oakland Drive (Rancho El Dorado)
CAMERON HOME, 21347 N. Sunset Drive (Cobblestone Farms)
–Susan Cameron, pastels and acrylic painter
–Tiffany Yazzie, Navajo weaver
–Allene Dugan, acrylic and mixed media
–Nelda Mullins, wire wrap jewelry and designs
–Beth Soucie, hooked rugs and weaver
PORTREY HOME, 42151 W. Arvada Court (Glennwilde)
–Cynthia Portrey, weaver and artist
–Steve Portrey, woodworking
–Diane Hebert, bead-maker
Maps to the studios and the corresponding artist will be available the Maricopa Chamber of Commerce and Maricopa Public Library.
This item appears in the March issue of InMaricopa.