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Camelback Studio Tour and Art Sale coming Nov. 12–13

Popular self-guided tour and sale in Phoenix, south Scottsdale

Posted 9/20/22

The popular Camelback Studio Tour and Art Sale returns to the Valley for its 14th year.

According to a press release the 2022 tour takes place Saturday, Nov.12 and Sunday, Nov. 13 in nine local …

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Art

Camelback Studio Tour and Art Sale coming Nov. 12–13

Popular self-guided tour and sale in Phoenix, south Scottsdale

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The popular Camelback Studio Tour and Art Sale returns to the Valley for its 14th year.

According to a press release the 2022 tour takes place Saturday, Nov.12 and Sunday, Nov. 13 in nine local artists’ home art studios throughout the neighborhoods of 40th Street and Camelback Road, 44th Street and McDonald Drive and the original central Phoenix and south Scottsdale residences where the event first originated at 56th Street and Thomas Road.

“The Camelback Studio Tour and Art Sale not only offers art enthusiasts a chance to mix and mingle with their favorite artists and see current works in their own studios, it is also a great chance to buy local art directly from the source for holiday gift giving,” Lynn Gustafson of the South Scottsdale Art Alliance said in the release. “We are proud to host this event which serves as a way to promote local artists and preserve their masterpieces.”

This year’s event presents 30 artists. Guests are welcome to start at any point during this free, self-guided, two-day tour and make their way along the art trail in any fashion they choose. Many locations are in close proximity to one another, making walking and biking convenient options, while an automobile provides a quicker way to ensure enough time for visiting all the participating studios in one day.

Tour stops include the following residential art studios at which multiple other artists and their works will be on site:

  • 5909 E. Edgemont Ave. — Metal art by Sally Borg, clay art and jewelry by Pam Harrison, pet portraits by Fiona Purdy and jewelry by Shelly Taylor
  • 5702 E. Wilshire Drive — Fused glass by Lynn Gustafson, ceramics by Mary Delmege, torch-worked glass and metal jewelry by Anita Farrah, jewelry by Julie Gilbert Weeks, paintings by Jules Gissler and jewelry by Jan Stiles
  • 5628 E. Vernon Ave. — Hand-built sculpture and functional clay by Allison Shock and oil paintings by Devon Meyer
  • 2320 N. 58th St. —Mixed media by Joe Ray, glass and metal jewelry by Kathryn Guler, handmade artistic soap by Shirley Knipp, windchimes and metal art by Christine Ray and silk paintings and wearable art by Cheri Reckers
  • 5454 E. Vernon Ave. — Paintings by Bernard Nienaber
  • 4808 N. 40th Place —Ceramics, watercolors and print making by Kimberly Harris, ceramics and jewelry by Judith Amiel-Bendheim, ceramics, drawing and prints by Deborah Hodder, ceramics by C. Marcus McCarty and ceramics by Jamie Watts
  • 5844 N. 45th Place — Abstract art 2D/3D paintings and upcycled art by Laura Madden and oil, acrylic, watercolor and mixed media by Cyn Silva
  • 5831 N. 46th Place — Sculpture, metal and 3D printed art by Kevin Caron, acrylic paintings and mixed media by Nancy Pendleton and porcelain pottery by Robert Snyder
  • 5516 N. Camelback Canyon Drive — Oil paintings by Ellen Leibow and photography by Bill Leibow

With art ranging from jewelry and handmade gifts to painting and sculptures, the Camelback Studio Tour and Art Sale provides a unique shopping opportunity in time for holiday gift giving. Hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 12, and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 13. Admission is free. A printable map and more details on the Camelback Studio Tour and Art Sale can be found online at camelbackstudiotour.com.

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