Join us Thursday, December 4th, as part of Scottsdale’’s 10th Annual Holiday ArtWalk! Holiday Festivities commence at 6 PM and continue until 9 PM.
During the ArtWalk, On The Edge Gallery will be unveiling its Small Works Holiday Art Show and Sale. Also, On The Edge’’s holiday tree will be decked out with one-of-a-kind ornaments, handmade by On The Edge Artists. Finally, to make it an even more holly, jolly evening, the four On The Edge Featured ArtWalk Artists will be donating a small piece of their artwork to be raffled off at the end of the evening. It’’s simple~drop your business card into a bowl, and who knows, you might just win some art! (You don’t even have to be present to win, either!)
AND Friday, December 5th through Sunday, December 7th, On The Edge is participating in the 5th Avenue Art Festival and Sidewalk Sale from 10 AM to 7 PM. On The Edge Artists will be bringing in some of their ‘edgiest’ works of art, never before seen in the gallery and ALL at sidewalk sale prices! Plan on discovering unique gifts and fantastic art finds, perfect for holiday gift giving. After all, sidewalk sales are full of surprises!
During the Thursday evening Holiday ArtWalk, On The Edge Gallery has a sparkling lineup of Featured Artists that will put a twinkle in your eye. Listen to holiday music and nibble on some treats while you watch the Featured Artists make some magic.
Jane Nassano, Pastel
“Historically, my works in pastel have been very large,” says Jane. “I’m inclined to fill very big spaces with a stick of ‘chalk’. This is the Gallery’’s second Small Works Holiday Art Show. Last year I had so much fun creating tiny pastel works of art, that I was inspired to continue working small throughout the year. I’m excited to show you the little ‘jewels’ I’ve been working on, small enough to slip into a Christmas stocking or a suitcase, perfect for your holiday travels and gift giving!”
Andrea Cole, Pottery
Andrea loves making holiday ornaments because it’s like quilting with clay. “I combine my love of texture, beads, clay, and wire to create a piece of art that can hang all season long,”” says Andrea. ““I’’m always on the hunt for southwestern shapes, making Arizona ornaments for my friends and family in Michigan.””
Rick Fitch, Pottery
“”I am fully committed to a career as a studio potter,”” states Rick. “My intent is to capture the style, beauty, and colors of the southwest. I am intrigued with shaping, designing, and decorating the pottery I produce.”” Rick’’s work ranges from intimate dinnerware sets and serving pieces to commissioned decorative creations. For the Holiday ArtWalk, he will display a variety of unique shaped bowls which are glazed in such fashion to complement and accentuate each style.
Karen Stecker, Mixed Media
“The “Goddess” has been part of mankind’s story since the beginning of time,”” states Karen. ““They helped indigenous peoples to make sense of their world. Each Goddess that inspires me is from a different culture. I try to capture the essence of its spirit as I create it. Goddesses make wonderful gifts for that special someone in your life . . . including you!””