Method Art Gallery & Artist Studios in Downtown Scottsdale Arizona:
Fine Art Photography Gallery, Landscape Photography, Process Photography, Contemporary Paintings, Limited Edition Prints, Fine Art Jewelry and Sculpture by local Arizona Artists and Photographers.
Now Showing! "Sand" by Jeanne Ladewig-Goodman
"The Orange Glow" by Jeanne Ladewig-Goodman
Opening Reception: October 23rd 6-9pm
October 14th - November 8th.
Sand has been around forever. The echo of times and places follow it through the ages. The aura of past encounters melds with current times. I use paint to mend my thoughts with time and a small field of sand.
CALL TO ARTISTS beginning immediately: Call to photographers for a juried photographic exhibition titled: “The Best Image of Year”. Apply for a chance to show your work at one of the newest and most exciting galleries in the heart of the Scottsdale Arts District. Deadline for applicants is Extended to midnight November 4, 2014.
The Concept of " The Best Image of Year" is simply that. work not older than September, 1 2013. We will be checking Exif Data! All that we ask is that it be artistic. Show us something creative, innovative, thoughtful, and successful. Hit us with your best shot! Each artist chosen will bring new light to this artistic fundamental and create a piece that speaks without saying a word. We will accept any well-composed photograph, be it a portrait, landscape, still life... We are looking mainly at how you have been able to manipulate the photograph's compostion and use it to your advantage. Click here to enter!
Vintage Wetplate Process Photography Workshop
November 9th, 1pm to 5pm - Wet Plate Collodion, The Tintype and Ambrotype Workshop
Location: Davin Lavikka's studio downtown by Phoenix College.
Over the last few years Davin has successfully shot over 700 plates. To him it's all about the patina. The patina is also the hardest element to control in wetplate. He can make plates look perfectly clean or dirty as if they were 80 years old. The workshop fee is $65. Click here to register.
Help Alexi Devilliers Feed the Homeless!
Alexi Devilliers was born in the United States and is of Cuban descent. When he was five, his family settled in Florida. Alexi remembers that even though his mother had to stretch every dollar, they always had more than enough home cooked, flavorful food. According to Alexi, "You could taste the love that went into making it."
Growing up, his mother taught him the secrets she brought with her from Cuba. He then learned to cook the same type of homemade comfort meals that so many of us daily take for granted. He began giving his left over home cooked meals to his neighbors, and the rest is history.
After working all week long as a commercial maintenance engineer, every Saturday morning, Alexi and his wife wake up at 5:30am. They begin to make anywhere from 100 to 150 hot meals, then pack them up and head off to parks to feed the homeless around Phoenix. Recently they have joined with a shelter called Just-A-Center on 10th Avenue and Jefferson which aids in the feeding of people 55 and over.
Using the empty cans from the meals he's cooked, Alexi then creates steam punk fashion can artworks. Once he sells a piece, he purchases more food, makes more meals then reuses those cans to create more pieces. The pieces created are not only art, they are a recycling of love, generosity and charity.
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The Great Yoga Project
Fine Art Photographer, Davin Lavikka has been working on The Great Yoga Project for four years. "Fashionable yoga in inappropriate places," features models participating in yoga poses in unprecedented places wearing fashionable attire. This unique collection of 100 fine art yoga images brings together stunning views of the city paired with the art of yoga.