‘Hiddin in the Hills’ adds more artists to north Valley studio tour

New artists have been added to the Sonoran Arts League’s upcoming Hiddin in the Hills artist studio tour and sale.

The Hidden in the Hills Studio Tour, Nov. 20–22 and Nov. 27–29, presents a great opportunity for attendees to discover and purchase new artwork and sculptures for their homes.

With nearly 180 artists participating in the 19th Annual Hidden in the Hills Artist Studio Tour and Sale, attendees can visit 44 working artists, along with their guest artists, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. to purchase original artwork direct from the artists in this free self-guided tour throughout the picturesque Sonoran Foothills of Cave Creek, Carefree and north Scottsdale.

The new artists are:

Kim Heath (submitted photo)

Kim Heath (submitted photo)

  • Working with metal, Kim Heath found that he wanted to show the inner beauty of metal by creating unique pieces of functional and non-functional art. Each one of his pieces is individually designed cut, shaped, welded and heat colored by hand. Using only a torch as his paintbrush, he brings out all the brilliant color of the metals by using varying degrees of heat.
  • More information on Mr. Heath can be found at www.kimheathmetalart.com.
Casey Cheuvront (submitted photo)

Casey Cheuvront (submitted photo)

  • Casey Cheuvront’s work is sometimes abstract/impressionistic, sometimes more detailed and realistic. He uses various media – pastel pigments, oils, acrylics – and paints mostly landscapes and cloudscapes that showcase the endlessly fascinating and ever-changing Western and Southwestern wildernesses.
  • More information on Mr. Cheuvront can be found at www.caseycheuvront.com.
Nettie Cannon (submitted photo)

Nettie Cannon (submitted photo)

  • Nettie Cannon was the Sonoran Art League’s Artist of the Month in March 2015. She makes beautiful, one-of-a-kind ceramics for the home including vases, bowls, and platters.
  • More information on Ms. Cannon can be found at http://sunboundpottery.com
Nancy McIntosh (submitted photo)

Nancy McIntosh (submitted photo)

  • Nancy McIntosh creates structures for both residential and commercial settings that will enhance each client’s environment. She works with homeowners, landscape designers, interior designers, architects, and builders by creating visual pleasures for interior and exterior environments including: glass and steel landscape lighting, steel screens and dividers, glass and steel sculptures, and custom steel structures. Using a combination of steel, glass, stone, and wood, she creates pieces that will bring lasting visual pleasure, based on the needs and desires of each client.
  • For more information on Ms. McIntosh visit www.nancymcintoshdesign.

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