Annual Hidden in the Hills Artist Studio Tour is last 2 weekends in November

Posted 10/19/22

Noted as Arizona’s largest and longest-running artist studio tour, Hidden in the Hills takes place from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Friday through Sunday, Nov. 18-20 and Nov. 25-27.

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Annual Hidden in the Hills Artist Studio Tour is last 2 weekends in November

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Noted as Arizona’s largest and longest-running artist studio tour, Hidden in the Hills takes place from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Friday through Sunday, Nov. 18-20 and Nov. 25-27.

Hidden in the Hills is coordinated by the nonprofit Sonoran Arts League, according to a press release, detailing how this year’s free, self-guided tour features 174 artists at 47 studios throughout the scenic Desert Foothills communities of Cave Creek, Carefree and North Scottsdale.

Showcasing nationally recognized and emerging artists, Hidden in the Hills attracts thousands of patrons interested in fine art and seeking various mediums, styles and price ranges. With the event taking place the weekends before and after Thanksgiving, the art tour also attracts holiday shoppers who want to find an original, unique gift.

The League also announced ceramic artist Myron Whitaker’s vessel, “Large Ferric with Agate,” will grace the cover of this year’s four-color, glossy artist directory, according to the release.

The contemporary, raku-fired piece features rich textures and earthy colors. The inspiration for the piece – a striking Brazilian agate – sits atop the vessel’s handle. A leather band with tusk-shaped ceramic adornments is also a focal point, separating the contrasting textures from top to bottom.

Downloadable maps and details about participating artists are available at HiddenInTheHills.org.

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