This past weekend I went on a random road trip with my mom to Phoenix, Arizona. Well, she had business to take care of, I decided to tag along for the ride. I had never been before and I’m always down for any opportunity to travel, especially when it’s free!
While mom was doing her thing, I roamed around Phoenix and Tempe on the hunt for some dope art. Luckily enough I came just in time for the Tempe Festival of the Arts. As far as street art, I’m pretty sure I didn’t do Phoenix justice since I’m not familiar with the area, but I did my best!
Tempe Festival of the Arts
Locally made taffy apples and more in Scottsdale, AZ. Chocolate is made and shipped from San Francisco Chocolate Factory L.L.C.
Hand embossed Spanish metal art. Artist: Veronica Sandoval, Tucsan, AZ.
Artist Jennifer Rae Ochs, Los Angeles, CA. http://www.jenniferraeochs.com
Artist: NA, San Francisco, CA. Some of the mosaic glass pieces are over 100 years old.
Artist: Ora Tamir, Newbury Park, CA. http://www.orasart.com
Hand woven traditional Native Indian rugs.
Mud pottery made with California red clay. Artist: Susan Tate, Northern Sierras, CA. http://www.mellowmudpottery.com
Artist: Paul Nzalamba, Uganda, Africa. http://www.nzalamba-artworks.com
Artist: Kathryn Alexander, Santa Fe, New Mexico. http://www.kathrynalexanderfineart.com