Artist of the Month – May 2019 – Sylvia Dandis

Sylvia Dandis Sylvia is a self-taught artist and paints for her own enjoyment. Many years ago a wise man told her, “The learning is in the doing of the thing.” She immediately went out and bought paints and learned by doing! Sylvia has lived in the White Mountains for over 35 years. Before settling into the local community, she traveled all over the United States. She saw much of the beautiful country. Sylvia paints nature and animals, just...

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Artist of the Month – April – Ann Anspach

Our Artist of the Month for April 2019 is Ann Anspach. Ann is a cowgirl/artist from Wyoming, now living in the Taylor, AZ area. She is recognized for her success with working in watercolor, oil, graphite, and pottery. She primarily paints for her own enjoyment now, but also teaches art classes on occasion. She strives to capture the light and essence of a subject without being limited to photo realism. Ann counts herself lucky to have studied...

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Artist of the Month – March – Melody Keller

Artist of the Month for March 2019 is Melody Keller. Melody and her husband live in the White Mountains of Arizona. Over the years she has pursued various artistic and creative endeavors. Melody has participated in many professional classes and workshops as well as art and design classes on her way to a degree in anthropology at the University of Arizona. Melody’s love of ancient cultures and the beauty of the natural world continually provide...

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Cork ‘n Canvas 2019

We at the Center for the Arts are busily scheduling activities for the coming season. Our first Cork ‘n Canvas is scheduled for February 22nd from 5pm to 7pm. Music for the evening will be Bullet. Other events through the year will feature the music of The John Darst Trio, Ryan David Orr, Mountain Saddle Band, Rob Wright and a newly formed, local band by the name of 260 East, coming to us from the creative Ron Hildreth. More details will...

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Artist of the Month – January 2019 – Judi Jordan

AAWM Center for the Arts believes Art can touch the soul…Shape a future…Strengthen a community. Our mission is to establish the White Mountain region as a recognized Arts Experience Community within our state and to build interest in and support of all the arts.Each month we feature an artist(s) and hope you will come and visit us to see their work, and others, in person. The Center is located at 251 Penrod Rd., Show Low. January’s Artist...

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