Sonoran Arts League hosts annual Artists Studio Tour

Forty-four local art studios featuring the work of nearly 180 artists will be open to the public during the Sonoran Arts League’s 19th annual Hidden in the Hills Artists Studio Tour & Sale.

Works by Joseph Woodford will be included in this year's studio tour.

Works by Joseph Woodford will be included in this year’s studio tour.

The free event takes place 10 a.m.-5 p.m. during the weekends of Nov. 20–22 and Nov. 27–29.

The self-guided tour will explore artists’ studios located throughout the Sonoran Foothills of Cave Creek, Carefree and North Scottsdale.

The signature event of the Sonoran Arts League is an opportunity for art enthusiasts, collectors, and the general public to connect and converse with working artists and gain insight into the creative process. The event brings enrichment and artistic awareness to all who participate.

Customized tour maps are available online at www.hiddeninthehills.org.

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

By Lucy Dickens.

By Lucy Dickens.

Formed in 1975 as the Cave Creek Craft Council, the organization’s 525 members actively participate in community outreach programs, youth mentoring and art education.

The league produces several events, such as the annual Hidden in the Hills Studio Tour & Sale, and the yearly Sonoran Festival of Art, and partners with the Foothills Food Bank & Resource Center on the annual Empty Bowls Project.

 

Visit www.sonoranartsleague.org or email info@sonoranartsleague.org.

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