Arty Girl: Another Scottsdale Gallery Closes

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I am so sad to find out today that Leslie Levy Fine Art in downtown Scottsdale is closing at the end of August, after 32 years in business.

It's the latest in a string of closures in the area, famous for its well-established Arizona art galleries.

Their final exhibition, "Cool and Collected" with works by Stephen Morath, Robert C. Jackson, Bruce Cody and Sherry Loehr opened last night and will continue through July 31st.

Until the gallery's closure, special prices on most original paintings, sculpture and prints will be available. After August, Leslie Levy will continue as a private art dealer and consultant, keeping the same website and phone numbers.

Leslie Levy Fine Art, 7137 Main Street in Scottsdale, 480-947-2925 and 800-765-2787, www.leslielevy.com.

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