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Greater Phoenix is dotted with many iconic landmarks, buildings and locations that are significant to our history, culture, architecture and art.

Greater Phoenix Artists Showcase Creativity through Art

Greater Phoenix is dotted with many iconic landmarks, buildings and locations that are significant to our history, culture, architecture and art.

To highlight the beauty and diversity of our incredible region, we’re featuring an art exhibition in our office that showcases locally-sourced art inspired by iconic Arizona landmarks – man or nature made. All artwork is available for purchase with 100% of the sale price going directly to the artist.

Interested in seeing these landmarks through the eyes of local artists? Get ready to immerse yourself in these marvelous landscapes, architectural gems, majestic vistas and more:

Stefanie J. Carson, Mesa, AZ

Greater Phoenix is dotted with many iconic landmarks, buildings and locations that are significant to our history, culture, architecture and art.

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Sunset Over Phoenix
Acrylic on wood, digitally modified and reproduced on canvas
Sunset Over Phoenix is a pigment rich, graphic illustration encapturing the vibrancy and energy of the nation’s fifth most populous city.

Greater Phoenix is dotted with many iconic landmarks, buildings and locations that are significant to our history, culture, architecture and art.

Sonoran Kaleidoscope
Watercolor, acrylics and copper leaf on watercolor paper
Upon first glance, the desert can feel like a bleak and lonely place void of life and vitality. Sonoran Kaleidoscope shows us that all an explorer needs to do is truly open their eyes to experience the spectrum of color and energy that resides in this magical place.

Raven Cruz, Phoenix, AZ

Greater Phoenix is dotted with many iconic landmarks, buildings and locations that are significant to our history, culture, architecture and art.

Goldfield Ghost Town
Digital illustration printed on canvas, 24×36
In 1892, after the discovery of a very rich, high-grade gold ore, the town of Goldfield was quickly settled. Unfortunately, like most gold towns, the gold vein played out within five years. Residence had no other choice than to move on to more lucrative prospects–leaving behind the skeleton of a once bustling town of over 1,500 souls.

Jessica Daley, Tempe, AZ

Greater Phoenix is dotted with many iconic landmarks, buildings and locations that are significant to our history, culture, architecture and art.

The White Dove
Watercolor and ink on watercolor paper, framed 14”x17.5”
I wanted to capture the strength and resilience of Arizona, too and was immediately drawn to The White Dove of the Desert. I love the stark contrast of the clean white lines against the rugged natural beauty of Arizona landscape. It reminded me how even in the harshest of conditions, beauty can be found and strength endures.

Sabrina Hernandez, Avondale City, AZ

Greater Phoenix is dotted with many iconic landmarks, buildings and locations that are significant to our history, culture, architecture and art.

The White Dove of the Desert
Acrylic on canvas, 16×20
The White Dove of the Desert is a self-portrait of me as a girl at the San Xavier Mission del Bac. This is a place that is very dear to my family’s hearts. When my brother was only 5 years old, an x-ray showed he had an enlarged heart. As my parents waited for additional test results to come back, my father made a vow with God that he would make a 50-mile pilgrimage from our doorstep to the entrance of San Xavier Mission, if God would bless my brother to be restored with good health. After that long walk, the doctors announced my brother was healed. To this day, my father still faithfully visits the mission from time-to-time to light his candle.

Greater Phoenix is dotted with many iconic landmarks, buildings and locations that are significant to our history, culture, architecture and art.

San Xavier Mission del Bac
Watercolor and acrylic on linen finish acrylic paper, 11×12
San Xavier Mission del Bac is the oldest intact European structure in Arizona. The church is filled with original statues, mural paintings and reflects the 18th century architecture. The church was completed in 1797 and became one of Arizona’s national historic landmarks in 1963.

 

Allison King, Phoenix, AZ

Greater Phoenix is dotted with many iconic landmarks, buildings and locations that are significant to our history, culture, architecture and art.

The White Gates, archival quality giclée limited edition, 20×16
The White Gates piece is a picture of a 1950s era, “Beadle Box”, which is home by famed Arizona architect, Alfred Newman Beadle. Beadle is internationally recognized as a master of modernism and this building is one of his most cherished and most photographed buildings. This home won a masonry award and has been featured in magazines for decades.

Greater Phoenix is dotted with many iconic landmarks, buildings and locations that are significant to our history, culture, architecture and art.

The Painted Desert Complex, archival quality giclée limited edition, signed and numbered, 20×16
The Painted Desert Complex was a fundraiser benefiting restoration in our national parks at a site that eventually was listed as a National Treasure by the National Trust for Historic Preservation and was landmarked on the National Register of Historic Places. So, in that regard, it is an actual landmark!


Ryan Lowry, Phoenix, AZ

Greater Phoenix is dotted with many iconic landmarks, buildings and locations that are significant to our history, culture, architecture and art.

The Westward Ho
Digital Illustration, 20×30
The Westward Ho – once a swanky hotel visited by celebrities and VIP guests alike – is now a subsidized housing complex for the elderly and mobility impaired. Whether the rumor of it being haunted is true or not, the juxtaposition of its current tenants – with the former, is enough to make one mourn its previously distinguished status as one of the city’s premier hospitality destinations.

Jeffrey Luth, Scottsdale, AZ

Greater Phoenix is dotted with many iconic landmarks, buildings and locations that are significant to our history, culture, architecture and art.

Canyon Light
Photography, framed 48”x32”
More than a landmark, the Grand Canyon is an experience; a geological time-machine and an ever-changing visual splendor.

Greater Phoenix is dotted with many iconic landmarks, buildings and locations that are significant to our history, culture, architecture and art.

Antelope Curtain
Photography, unframed on metal
The Navajo call Upper Antelope Canyon Tsé bighánílíní – the place where water runs through rocks. I call it magical.

 

Sandra Neumann Wilderman, Gilbert, AZ

Greater Phoenix is dotted with many iconic landmarks, buildings and locations that are significant to our history, culture, architecture and art.

Phoenix III
Watercolor on paper, 24.5”H x 17.5” W x 1.25” D framed
What makes this painting of downtown Phoenix unique is the perspective. The bird’s eye view makes it possible for the viewer not only to see a part of the city above the tree tops, but also the mountains in the distance.

Greater Phoenix is dotted with many iconic landmarks, buildings and locations that are significant to our history, culture, architecture and art.

Churches of Arizona
Watercolor on paper, 30.5”H x 30.5” W x 1” D framed
The inspiration for this montage of churches was the southwest architecture. I painted the churches in a square format to unify them.

Greater Phoenix is dotted with many iconic landmarks, buildings and locations that are significant to our history, culture, architecture and art.

Chapel in the Rock
Watercolor on paper, 17.75”H x 13.75” W x 1.25” D framed
The inspiration for this painting was the angular architecture of the chapel juxtaposed with the roundness of the Red Rocks of Sedona.

Tam Ryan, Mesa, AZ

Greater Phoenix is dotted with many iconic landmarks, buildings and locations that are significant to our history, culture, architecture and art.

Red Mountain Pastel Sunset
Photography, 30×20 canvas print
A September sunset of the Salt River and Red Mountain.

Greater Phoenix is dotted with many iconic landmarks, buildings and locations that are significant to our history, culture, architecture and art.

West Fork Snow
Photography, 16×20 canvas print
Winter in the West Fork area of Oak Creek Canyon with the iconic red rock of Sedona.

Ryan Tempest, Phoenix, AZ

Greater Phoenix is dotted with many iconic landmarks, buildings and locations that are significant to our history, culture, architecture and art.

Knights of Pythias
Pen & Ink, framed 14” x 17.5”
The Knights of Pythias building is located in downtown Phoenix on 1st Avenue. The building was built in 1928 as a meeting place for the secret society and in 1940 became the Floyd Ikard appliance store.

Greater Phoenix is dotted with many iconic landmarks, buildings and locations that are significant to our history, culture, architecture and art.

Luhrs Building
Pen & Ink, framed 14” x 17.5”
The Luhrs Building is located in downtown Phoenix on Central Avenue and Jefferson Street. The building was built in 1924 and is an example of Neoclassical architecture.

Greater Phoenix is dotted with many iconic landmarks, buildings and locations that are significant to our history, culture, architecture and art.

Luhrs Tower
Pen & Ink, framed 14” x 17.5”
The Luhrs Tower is located in downtown Phoenix on First Avenue and Jefferson Street. The building was built in 1929 and is an example of Art Deco architecture.

Greater Phoenix is dotted with many iconic landmarks, buildings and locations that are significant to our history, culture, architecture and art.

San Carlos
Pen & Ink, framed 14” x 17.5”
The Hotel San Carlos is located in downtown Phoenix on Central Avenue and Monroe Street. The building was built in 1928 and is designed in the Italian Renaissance style.

There’s no doubt that Greater Phoenix is full of incredible places and wonders that are significant to our history, culture, architecture and art. Learn how you can see these landmarks in person and thrive thanks to our region’s diversity and high quality of life.

If you’re interested in purchasing the artwork pieces, contact us for more information.