Leslie Duke’s love of art as a child was foreshadowing to her future career as a celebrated fine artist.
When Leslie was growing up, she analyzed artwork in the children’s books her parents read to her. All through her teen years, she took watercolor lessons from fellow Utah artist Harold Petersen. And while she always knew art would be a big part of her life, she never thought of painting as a career. Instead Leslie focused her efforts on earning a degree in illustration.
The Beth Ames Swartz / Reminders of Invisible Light documentary will debut to the public on Arizona PBS.
Tonight the gallery will host the weekly Scottsdale Artwalk reception from 7pm to 9pm where visitors are invited to explore dazzling flowers and meet the artists.
The fifth annual Art d'Core Gala returns with a new location and focus that is shaping up to be a promising evening celebrating the arts.
Kathleen Hope is a mixed media artist based in Fountain Hills, Arizona. After earning a degree in business, Hope spent years working in interior design and color psychology. Growing up with artists in her family, Hope always had the urge to create.
"In the Thick of It" mixed media by Kathleen Hope