As a jeweler, I am deeply immersed in the vibrant atmosphere of the Winter Art Show Scene. I just finished the successful Camelback Studio Tour last weekend and am looking forward to the exciting upcoming shows that will be spread out over the next few weeks.
Next up is Hidden in the Hills, presented by the Sonoran Arts League. Now in its 27th year, this show takes place the weekend before Thanksgiving November 17th 18th and 19th and the weekend after, November 24th 25th and 26th.
Featuring 164 artists at 41 scenic locations in the communities of Cave Creek, Carefree, and North Scottsdale. The free self-guided tour is an opportunity to see talented artists in a studio setting.
Here, over six days, you can reconnect with favored artists, acquaint yourself with unfamiliar artists and different mediums, commission a new piece of art for your home and of course buy a piece of jewelry as a gift or for yourself, all directly from the artists.
I have had the pleasure of being a member of the Sonoran Arts League for a decade, actively taking part in the Hidden in the Hills event for the past nine years.
Below is a photo of my piece featured in the Hidden in the Hills directory - a Moissanite Pendant. I will be showing along with 6 other talented artists at:
7645 E. Highland Road, Cave Creek, AZ 85331 where you can view an extensive collection of my Jewelry.
Please follow the provided link to access the show website. There, you will find a complete list of artists, their respective studios, a map detailing the locations, and an impressive Directory Online Flipbook showcasing their work.
Immediately following Hidden in the Hills is the 3rd Annual Winter Artisan Market, a joint initiative of the Holland Community Center and the Sonoran Arts League. This show aims to offer a lively and creative holiday shopping atmosphere and serves as a special stage to highlight and honor the skills of local artists and creators. With free entry, it's a great chance for visitors to discover a variety of one-of-a-kind holiday gifts and connect with the artists who crafted them.
The Winter Artisan Market is more than just a shopping event; it acts as a connection point between the community and its creative talents. Visitors get the special opportunity to meet the artists face-to-face, learn about their creative methods, and establish a personal bond with the creators. This adds an extra dimension to the gifts bought, as they come with stories and meaningful human connections.