Gina Cavallo Collins

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  • 11 years ago

    "Harvest" at eye lounge: Fall has arrived, and with it comes a fresh exhibition at eye lounge. "Harvest," according to curators Carrie Bloomston and Greg Esser, is focused on both the "literal reaping of botanical and horticultural bounty as well ...

  • 11 years ago

    "The Landmine Prints" at Burton Barr Central Library: ASU professor John Risseeuw's unique approach to printmaking includes what he calls "content-specific paper" -- handmade paper composed of materials that relate to the topic of the artwork itse...

  • 12 years ago | Visual Arts

    At first glance, Ellen Wagener's works look like photographs. Crisp lines of crops splay out in agricultural landscapes set below dreamy skies, looking like snapshots out the window of a car as you pass through the endless Midwestern prairies. But...

  • 12 years ago | Visual Arts

    The downtown Phoenix gallery scene is often lauded as a place where you can discover fresh, young artists. But if you want them even younger and fresher, head to Tempe. In contrast to the established work shown at the university's museum, Arizona ...

  • 12 years ago

    Temporary Public Art Projects at Burton Barr Central Library: Next time you stop by the Burton Barr Central Library -- maybe to catch the First Fridays shuttle, maybe to pick up a good book -- don't miss two of the temporary installations from Art...

  • 12 years ago | Visual Arts

    The artistic offerings vary from metal giraffes to New York-sophisticated paintings. Before First Friday, there was First Thursday. For many years, snowbirds and equally gentle folk have flocked to Scottsdale on cool Thursday evenings, to sip wine...

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