Talking Stick Fine Art & Wine Festival November 25th, 26th & 27th 2011
Looking for something to do this weekend and not have to fight all the holiday shoppers in Scottsdale? Then head on over to the Talking Stick Fine Art and Wine Festival located at the Salt River Fields at Talking Stick off the 101 Freeway and Indian Bend Road Scottsdale, AZ 85258
Talking Stick Fine Art & Wine Festival is uniquely positioned on the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community on a 140-acre site featuring vast panoramic views of some of central Arizona’s most iconic mountain ranges such as the visually stunning Camelback Mountain to the west, McDowell Mountains to the north and the majestic Red Mountain to the east. Look past the Red Mountain and see the sacred Four Peaks and the Superstition Mountains where the mystery of the Lost Dutchman Gold Mine lies – the greatest living legend in the American Southwest.
Talking Stick Fine Art & Wine Festival is shaping up to be another exciting event! Thunderbird Artists attracts nationally acclaimed, world-renowned and top emerging independent artists that will personally showcase their new original artworks. Also available are prints, drawings, and scratch-board, photography, jewelry, ceramics, and glass, clay, stone, copper, metal and bronze sculptures.
Featured artist, Hal Stewart, is presently working on his “Pima Indian Basket Lady” taking her to a larger scale… life size. His goal is to have this piece completed in clay and premiere at the Talking Stick Fine Art & Wine Festival.
Thunderbird Artists’ Educational Series offers the public the opportunity to watch artists from the Arizona Fine Art EXPO demonstrating their artistic talents. There will also be an educational art zone for our children to receive a hands-on experience.