Photographic art by Christopher M Lynch is an unexpected blend of fun and passion. He honors his subjects by highlighting a subtle sophistication.
It's art fair season! Discover an art festival in a city near you and allow us to produce the fine art gallery level prints for you to put on display!
Using modern technology like Photoshop along with his interest in mathmatics, artist Jeff Davis brings out color in his First Friday show.
This Friday, January 7th, is the inaugural First Friday of 2011. One of our favorite photographers, John Wagner, will have a show of his work at the After Hours Gallery entitled SALT. All the photos were taken at the Bonneville Salt Flats during Speed Week in 2010. Congrats on the show, John!
Tomorrow, October 1st, the monthly First Friday Artwalk will be held in downtown Phoenix. The 26 Blocks project, that we were privileged to print, has found a new home in the CityScape lobby as part of the show's 2010 tour. The opening night festivities will be held from 6-10 pm in the Main Tower Lobby. [...]
Local Phoenix writer Joey Robert Parks posed the question 'What would happen if you asked 26 of the best photographers and writers to capture the essence of a single city block?'. The endeavor to answer this question is the creation of the 26 Blocks project. The project pairs 52 local writers and photographers given the [...]
On December 4th the monthly First Friday Artwalk will be held in the Downtown Phoenix Art District. The Phoenix Art Museum has also selected that day to mark the beginning of their 50th-anniversary celebrations. Their 50th Anniversary First Friday Party is open to the public and promises to be a multi-sensory experience. Not only will [...]
This Friday is shaping up to be a big night for art in Phoenix. As usual, the first Friday of every month is part of the First Friday art walks in the downtown galleries. March is also the 20th anniversary of Art Detour, a two day event with thousands of attendees experiencing hundreds of artists’ [...]
Since their remodel in 2006, the Norton Gallery at the Phoenix Art Museum has been home to some fantastic photographic exhibits. Their latest installment is the photography of Linda Connor. Linda uses a large format 8x10 view camera to capture her images and then does a direct contact print exposing them with sunlight in her [...]