Related Links and Resources
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A nationally acclaimed traditional art school dedicated to the artistic enrichment of artists and aspiring artists located in the heart of Scottsdale. www.ScottsdaleArtSchool.org
AAG MEMBER WEB SITE LINKS
One-year subscriptions open to all Arizona Artist Guild Members to link personal, art web sites on this page. For more information about advertising rates for both the AAG Newsletter and this web site, click here.
www.suehunter.net Sue Hunter
VickiLev.tripod.com Vicki Lev
www.utopiaartstudio.com Ann Osgood
www.gerrygrout.com Gerry Grout
www.merrybethpage.com Merry Bethpage
www.justmontage.com Diane Bykowski
www.cohenhogan.net Laura Cohen-Hogan
www.barbaralacy.com Barbara Lacy
www.LucyDickensFineArt.com. Lucy Dickens
www.marnellenorth.com – Marnelle North
www.patpaxson.com Pat Paxson
davidbradleyart.com David L. Bradley
http://ralefebvre.com/ Ruth Ann Lefebvre
MoskoScherer.com | MoskoSchererCoaching – Tess Mosko Scherer
constancemcbride.com – Constance McBride
LoriFujimoto.com | Lori Fujimoto
Arizona Commission on the Arts – Arizona agency that provides grants, programs, services and leadership in support of the arts and arts educational programs. Also lists opportunities for artists.
Arizona Art Alliance – Committed to providing Arizona with the finest of original art in all its form.
Arizona Watercolor Association (AWA) – The Arizona Watercolor Association (AWA) was founded in 1960 by professional artists and instructors.
An online art community with the best art instruction from professional artists and instructors in our free eBooks and blogs, and a place where we share painting and drawing techniques, inspirations, and ideas.
Artists Register – Showcases visual art by artists who are US residents represented through many disciplines.
Havasu Art Guild – A non-profit organization located in Lake Havasu City, Arizona. The objective of the Art Guild is to encourage individual and community interest in creative arts and crafts, and to develop the natural abilities of members in all areas of artistic endeavor.
Mesa Art League – The Mesa Art League, Inc., first organized in 1936.
Phoenix Art Museum – Opened in 1959, Phoenix Art Museum is one of the largest art museums in the Southwest and encompasses about 160,000 square feet.
Art In Phoenix – a free site that lists artists and events.
Shemer Art Center – Host to the Annual AAG Scholarship Exhibition.
Sonoran Arts League – The Sonoran Arts League is dedicated to the promotion of art, artists, and art education
Contemporary Watercolorists of Arizona – The purpose of the organization is to motivate each artist member to stretch and expand the scope of their work, aim at new goals and reach their next level of accomplishment.
Membership is held to forty artists. New artists are added by invitation