Sonoran Arts League announces dates for tour and sale

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Forty-four working artists, along with their guest artists, will open their home studios for the Sonoran Arts League’s 19th Annual Hidden in the Hills Artist Studio Tour and Sale on Nov. 20–22 and Nov. 27–29.

Between the hours of 10 a.m. and 5 p.m., attendees can visit open studios and purchase original artwork in this free self-guided tour throughout the picturesque Sonoran Foothills of Cave Creek, Carefree and north Scottsdale.

Sonoran Arts League artists will open their private art studios where the public can observe artists at work and gain insight into their materials and technique, according to a press release. This signature event features a variety of artistic genres and mediums – acrylic, bronze, ceramics, glass, gourd, jewelry, metal, photography, every art form in between, in a variety of styles and mediums.

“The Hidden in the Hills Studio Tour and Sale is the largest and longest running six-day tour in Arizona,” stated Natalie Nai-che, president of the board of directors of the Sonoran Arts League, stated in the release. “The event is an opportunity for art enthusiasts, collectors, and the general public to connect and converse with nationally recognized and emerging new artists and gain insight into the creative process.”

Updates for the event will be posted on the following social media outlets:

The Sonoran Arts League has selected four different works of art by four different artists to appear on the cover of the 2015 Hidden in the Hills Artists Directory, according to the release. The cover features the works of: Donna Armstrong, jewelry; Lucy Dickens, oil; Mary Lynch, ceramic; and Peter Skidd, metal.

The 2015 Hidden in the Hills Artists Directory will be available October 2015. The directory can be purchased for $5 online at www.hiddeninthehills.org or by calling 480-575-6624, stated the release.

The Sonoran Arts League is a non-profit organization serving local, regional and statewide members, drawing friends and followers throughout the USA and Canada, stated the release.

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