Phoenix Street Art & Tempe Festival of the Arts

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.

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Hand embossed Spanish metal art. Artist: Veronica Sandoval, Tucsan, AZ.

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Artist Jennifer Rae Ochs, Los Angeles, CA.

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Artist: NA, San Francisco, CA. Some of the mosaic glass pieces are over 100 years old.

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Artist: Ora Tamir, Newbury Park, CA.


Hand woven traditional Native Indian rugs.


Mud pottery made with California red clay. Artist: Susan Tate, Northern Sierras, CA.

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Artist: Paul Nzalamba, Uganda, Africa.


Artist: Kathryn Alexander, Santa Fe, New Mexico.



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Street Art

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