"The 15th, 19th and 26th: Get Out the Vote" Group Exhibit
Oct
1
to Oct 31

"The 15th, 19th and 26th: Get Out the Vote" Group Exhibit

Reception for the artist:
Friday October 12th, from 6-9
Exhibition:
October 1-31

We believe voting is our right and responsibility. This election will impact our lives, laws and shape how our city, our state, and our country are governed. We hope you will join us in making a statement that will help our community to get out the vote and protect voting rights.  Artists, by speaking loudly right now, can motivate participation. 

We want to encourage turnout for the election in early November.  Curators Lisa Olson and Patricia Sannit have invited 8 artists to participate in this exhibit.  The artists will be exhibiting a range of works including performance, experimental works, and work that engages the audience. The opening will feature all of the artists and include the performance and audience participation.

Participating Artists:
Malena Barnhart
Hilary Harp
Annie Lopez
Kristen Miologos
Ann Morton
M. Jenae Sanchez
Patricia Sannit
Jen Urso
 

 

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Charity Pie Night benefiting Planned Parenthood of Arizona
Oct
26
7:00 PM19:00

Charity Pie Night benefiting Planned Parenthood of Arizona

Every fourth Friday of the month Practical Art hosts a Charity Pie Night. During this event we raise money for a local nonprofit organization working to better our community!

Join us on Friday September 28th, from 7-9. This month all donations, and 10% of all sales during the event, will be donated to: 
Planned Parenthood of Arizona

$10
Donation gets you as many in-house tastings as you'd like.

$20
Donation gets you as many in-house tastings as you'd like AND you are entered into our monthly raffle to win a PIE (of your choosing by Karen) in your very own handmade pie dish by Jared Tolson!

ALL DONATIONS AND 10% OF SALES WILL BE DONATED TO:
Planned Parenthood of Arizona

The delectables (made by our favorite sister/helper Karen Olson) have previously included Banana Peanut Butter Cream, and Strawberry Jalapeno. Bring your own plate or pick up a handmade one on the spot to keep things eco-conscious!

CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR CHARITY NIGHTS
 

 

 

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"Bottles & Bowls" works by C. Marcus McCarty
Nov
1
to Nov 30

"Bottles & Bowls" works by C. Marcus McCarty

Reception for the artist:
First Friday November 2nd, from 7-9
Exhibition:
November 1-30

Witness the evolution of C. Marcus McCarty’s artwork as he transforms his functional forms with sculptural dynamism. Finding inspiration from his family and travels, McCarty’s cylindrical, bowl-like shapes exude themes of generosity and possibility. The clay comes to life as Marcus’ fidgety nature finds an outlet in their playful and creative forms.

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"Entomology" works by Mark Lipczynski
Sep
1
to Sep 30

"Entomology" works by Mark Lipczynski

Reception for the artist:
First Friday September 7th, from 7-9
Exhibition:
September 1-30

“Entomology” is a manifestation of my never ending appreciation for the natural world. I’ve always had a childish fascination with bugs, so photographing them came naturally to me. I began by observing the intricate details of some bugs I had collected and ever since I’ve been attempting to capture more of them in even greater detail. Throughout the evolution of my process I adapt different techniques to improve the end result. I hope this project will inform and demystify the fears  many people have about various bugs.

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Snarky Dinner Party with Hidden Track Bottle Shop & Benedict’s Catering
Aug
18
6:30 PM18:30

Snarky Dinner Party with Hidden Track Bottle Shop & Benedict’s Catering

A Snarky night with Practical Art & Hidden Track Bottle Shop

Feeling hungry tisk tisk tisk. 
We have a meal you'll not want to miss.
Plates being served with fine food and wine.
With intention of one plate left behind.
A snarky surprise at the end of the meal.
To capture fund memories of more meals ahead.
So don't be hungry tisk tisk tisk.
Sign up now and be sure not to miss.

4 course dinner by Benedict’s Catering, with wine parings from Hidden Track Bottle Shop, AND plates made by Denise Yaghmourian.
$120/person
Call 602-566-7932 to reserve your seat.

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"Vanity" works by Laura Spalding Best
Aug
1
to Aug 31

"Vanity" works by Laura Spalding Best

Reception for the artist:
First Friday August 3rd, from 7-9
Exhibition:
August 1-31

Laura Spalding Best presents an exhibition of new work entitled Vanity. Made up of over 200 artworks, this lavish exhibition dissects the landscape and infrastructure of the Sonoran Desert and its cities through oil paintings on domestic objects. Mostly antiques, these refined, feminine objects act as vessels for the painted landscape. Using visual metaphors, art historical references, and portraits of utility poles, Best obscures the line between the promised oasis and the tantalizing mirage and questions which idea of paradise is real and which is imagined.

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"Human • Nature" works by Magda Gluszek
Jul
1
to Jul 31

"Human • Nature" works by Magda Gluszek

Reception for the artist:
First Friday July 6th, from 7-9
Exhibition:
July 1-31

The ways in which we cultivate our self-presentations tell a narrative that is sometimes louder than (and often in conflict with) what we might say about ourselves if prompted verbally to tell our “story.” These constructions are the types of narrations that I am most
drawn to expressing in my sculpture. They unwittingly reveal aspects of our personalities that we might not always be aware of, or prepared to share. Sometimes these stories are very individual expressions, at other times they reflect the narrative of our collective
culture. They alternate between performance and truth.

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"Obsolete Dreams" works by Jordan Alexander Thomas
May
1
to May 31

"Obsolete Dreams" works by Jordan Alexander Thomas

Reception for the artist:
First Friday May 4th, from 7-9
Exhibition:
May 1-31

In a  mysterious cabinet of the Tinker’s dark and curious shop,

Beneath some dusty oddities and rusted old pipes,

Here you will find a secret passage to an alternate future

Where the space dust of obsolete dreams scatter themselves

And the bits and bobs collect into a curious world all their own..

A place where robots rein free, living their best mechanical lives

I wonder… do they dream at night, & count electric sheep

Are they willed by remnants of tomorrow’s imagination?

Live, love, rust, power down?

 - Ashley Wood Schwenneker & Jordan Alexander Thomas

 

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10 Year Anniversary Celebration!
Apr
27
6:00 PM18:00

10 Year Anniversary Celebration!

Celebrate and support our 10th anniversary on April 27, 2018 from 6:00-9:00 pm. Enjoy complimentary food and drinks while browsing our featured wall show, a collaborative effort showcasing many of our favorite local artists. Bid in our silent auction or participate in one of our raffles to win one-of-a-kind prizes. Purchase a print by Jake Early, created that night. All proceeds from the evening’s event will go towards the creation of two murals for the front and back of the store.

We hope to see you there!

CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE A RAFFLE TICKET!

Practical Art helps sustain Arizona’s art culture by selling useful locally made works, hosting artisan classes, and providing opportunities for the community to collaborate with artists from around the state. When Practical Art opened in 2008, we carried the work of 8 artisans. Today we carry the work of more than 150 Arizona artists and craftworkers.

Practical Art is more than a store -- we are proud to offer a community gathering space. While our core mission is to support local artists, we also support initiatives and organizations that are working to improve Arizona. Our monthly ‘Charity Pie Night’ has raised more than $50,000 for nonprofit organizations around the state. Our recycling initiatives have diverted thousands of pounds of reusable materials from landfills. We care about the community in which we live, work, and create.

 

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Practical Art's 10 Year Anniversary Group Show
Apr
1
to Apr 30

Practical Art's 10 Year Anniversary Group Show

Reception for the artists:
First Friday April 6th, from 7-9
Exhibition:
April 1-30

Practical Art turns 10 in April! It has been an awesome decade. We are exceptionally proud to have helped sustain local art, local artists, and local art culture in and around Phoenix for the past ten years. We attribute this amazing milestone to our wonderful staff, the beloved community members who support us and our vision, and the exceptionally talented artists who showcase their work at Practical Art everyday.

Our April show pays a special tribute to these talented creatives. The wall show features a collection of works that showcase the broad variety and skills of the artists who have worked with and supported Practical Art over the years. Many have been with us since the beginning, some are newer to the Practical Art family. Each individual brings a fresh perspective and unique flavor that enriches the essence of the local community we love. That essence is captured in this show. These works-- and the passion and insights that they encourage-- are a testament to why we do what we do. Therefore, thank you, to all of the Practical Art artists who make our shop, the Phoenix community, and the great state of Arizona a more inspiring place to live, work, and grow.

This months featured artists include:
Andrew King
Ann Morton
Alex Ozers
Beth Shook
Bill Dambrova
Carrie Marill
Chris Jagmin
Christine Cassano
Christine Lee
Christy Puetz
Daniel Funkhouser
Danielle Hacche
David Higgins
Denise Yaghmourian & Grace & Vylet Bertoncino
Emily Costello
Gennaro Garcia & Frida Garcia
Heather Kirchhofer
Jane Kelsey-Maple & Becky Frehse
Jake Early
Jay Hardin
Jennifer Harris
Joe Ray
John Ryszka
Jordan Thomas
Kate Timmerman
Kyllan Maney
Lara Plecas
Layla Luna
Lexie Bowers
Linda Pullinsi
Lori Fenn
Magda Gluszek
Matt Pfeilstucker
Mayme Kratz & Tim Lanterman
Molly Kohen
Nissa Kubly
Patricia Sannit
Patrick Madigan
Peter Deise
Samantha Fresquez
Terry Pisel
Tiffany Bailey
Timothy Chapman
Tom Budzak
Troy Moody
William LeGoullon

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"Birds of a feather my Sister and Me" works by Claudia Z Burton & Sherrie Zeitlin
Mar
1
to Mar 31

"Birds of a feather my Sister and Me" works by Claudia Z Burton & Sherrie Zeitlin

Artist Reception:
First Friday, March 2nd, from 7-9
Exhibition:
March 1-31

WE FLEW THE COOP
MY SISTER AND ME
A LONG TIME AGO
WINGED AND READY
FOR THE CURRENTS WE RODE
FLYING THROUGH YEARS OF
TEACHING,PAINTING,WEAVING,ANIMATION,CLAY,GARDENING, TRAVEL, MARRIAGE AND CHILDREN, HIGH UPS AND LOW DOWNS
WE REALIZED, SEVERAL YEARS AGO,THAT BIRDS WERE APPEARING
IN MOST OF OUR  WORKS-INDEPENDANT OF CHATTER-WE CAME TOGETHER
IF WE COULD WE WOULD GROW WINGS AND SOAR BECAUSE WE BOTH HATE TO FLY!

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"Survival" works by students and faculty in the ASU Wood Program
Feb
1
to Feb 28

"Survival" works by students and faculty in the ASU Wood Program

Artist Reception:
First Friday, February 2nd, from 7-9
Exhibition:
February 1-28

Students taking classes in the ASU Wood Program were asked to interpret “Survival” into one or multiple wood-based projects. Conceptualized in a variety of literal, loose, metaphorical, elegant, and humorous tones, the students then fabricated these pieces at the ASU Woodshop to create sculptures and functional design. Selected work for the exhibition were juried by Lisa Olson, owner of Practical Art, a retail space and gallery in Phoenix featuring 100% locally-made wares in wood, fiber, ceramic, glass, metal, and up-cycled materials with all of the work produced by Arizona artisans. The selected works will be on display at Practical Art through the month of February.

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"Sticky Lagoons" by Shelley Whiting
Jan
2
to Jan 31

"Sticky Lagoons" by Shelley Whiting

The stickiness of these mixed media paintings represents the seemingly irremovable anxiety we sometimes encounter in our lives. In the horror movie “The Stuff” people are zombified by a gooey substance. Life can make us feel that way, like we are no longer in control. The figures in these paintings are located in tranquil lagoons. The lagoons allude to the idea that even if our problems are insurmountable, we still can use mindfulness to picture ourselves in paradise.

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Group Show "Six and the Exquisite Corpse"
Oct
1
to Oct 31

Group Show "Six and the Exquisite Corpse"

Artist Reception:
First Friday, October 6th, from 7-9
Exhibition:
October 1-31

Six local artists came together to reassemble and reinterpret unfamiliar and everyday objects.  As pieces were passed from person to person, this collaboration twisted and turned their perceptions of how they approach and create art.

Participating artists:
Christy Puetz
Dave Saker
Élise Eizer
Karolina Sussland
Carol Saker
Joe Willie Smith

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“Random/Refined” works by Tom Budzak
Sep
1
to Sep 30

“Random/Refined” works by Tom Budzak

Artist Reception:
First Friday, September 1st, from 7-9
Exhibition:
September 1-30

Everywhere you look in nature you can see multiples… the hundreds of leaves on a tree branch, the thousands of tiny spikes on a cactus, the millions of pores in your skin.  This obsession with tiny multiplying dots has been evident in Tom Budzak’s work for years.  This new work in Random/Refined, explores adding these dots to new shapes that seem to form and grow and multiply indefinitely.  

About the artist:

Tom earned a BFA from Arizona State University and an MFA from New Mexico State University both with an emphasis in Ceramics. He is currently an adjunct professor at South Mountain Community College, a Master Instructor Teacher at the Mesa Art Center, and maintains a studio practice.  Tom lives in Tempe, AZ with his wife Melissa and son Ezekiel.

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“Caliente” works by Emily Costello, Gennaro Garcia, Joe Ray, and Frank Ybarra
Aug
1
to Aug 31

“Caliente” works by Emily Costello, Gennaro Garcia, Joe Ray, and Frank Ybarra

Artist Reception:
First Friday, August 4th, from 7-9
Exhibition:
August 1-31

Practical Art is pleased to host, "Caliente" a collaborative exhibition featuring pieces by Emily Costello, Frank Ybarra, Gennaro Garcia, and Joe Ray. Though utilizing a variety of mediums, these artists share a vibrant color palette that culminates in a shared spirit of work. 

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"Found Feathers" works by Alexandra Bowers
Jul
1
to Jul 31

"Found Feathers" works by Alexandra Bowers

Reception for the artists:
First Friday July 7th, from 7-9
Exhibition:
July 1-31

Found Feathers, are 45 feathers found on different days, at different times. Some feathers were found individually, some collectively. They act as personal reminders for me to stop, look, and appreciate the little things that make up the “in between” spaces that construct our days. In my case, it’s usually running errands, walking to and from my car, and getting the mail.

What are we thinking about during the moments between moments? Where do we need to be next? What do we need to check off on our “to do” list? Our lives are so easily filled, its often hard for me to remember what I did a day or two ago.

Each moment of everyday can so easily be filled, when do we give ourselves pause to think of nothing? To appreciate what’s naturally around us.

Found feathers also asks some simple questions; what kind of bird did this feather come from? Where was it heading when it lost this feather? It also perpetuates us to ask some larger questions as humans: where are we going? What is next on our journey through this life? And finally, what mechanisms are we using to propel us forward to get to those destinations?

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"The Evidence of Hope" works by Beth Shook
Jun
1
to Jun 30

"The Evidence of Hope" works by Beth Shook

Reception for the artists:
First Friday June 2nd, from 7-9
Exhibition:
June 1-30

The work for this show is actually one large piece, The Evidence of Hope  - a field 'painting' made up of 33 individual compositions. The work is a flock of sparrows with a few outlying observers on a field of lilies. That the sparrows continue to sing despite the brokenness of men is a testament to hope.

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"The Apple & The Tree" a Family Group Show
May
1
to May 31

"The Apple & The Tree" a Family Group Show

Reception for the artists:
First Friday May 5th, from 7-9
Exhibition:
May 1-31

This month’s show features a collaboration of works from a few of our favorite local artists and their children. Representing a wide variety of mediums and modalities, the work represented is thoughtful, inspiring, playful, and endearing. Come by throughout the month of May and determine for yourself, does the apple fall far from the tree?

Featured Artists:

Carrie Marill, Vance & Townes Marill-Moore

Denise Yaghmourian & Grace & Vylet Bertoncino

Gennaro Garcia & Frida Garcia

Kristin Bauer, Emmett Potter, Bella & Lilly Pearson

Lara Plecas & Olivia Plecas

Linda Pullinsi & Alexa

Lori Fenn & Sydney Fenn

Mark Christopher & Rosemarie Christopher

Shannon Youso & Amelie

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"Paper + Plates" works by Christopher Jagmin
Apr
1
to Apr 30

"Paper + Plates" works by Christopher Jagmin

Artist Reception:
First Friday, April 7th, from 7-9
Exhibition:
April 1-30

Drawing is what calms Christopher Jagmin, it makes him smile, and energizes his soul. He can’t imagine not drawing every day. Usually beginning without a preconceived idea, these loopy and off-kilter works on paper and plates are just a few that have inspired many of his larger ideas.

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“Pursuit of Happiness” works by Becky Frehse and Jane Kelsey-Mapel
Feb
1
to Feb 28

“Pursuit of Happiness” works by Becky Frehse and Jane Kelsey-Mapel

Artist Reception:
First Friday, February 3rd, from 7-9
Exhibition:
February 1-28

The mixed media assemblages Becky and Jane create together combine the art and craft of the doll maker, puppeteer, model maker and folk artist with that of traditional fine art painters and sculptors. Their work is exuberant and playful yet poignant in its exploration of contemporary themes. Pursuit of Happiness grew out of a year’s worth of consternation and dismay about world affairs and the political events of 2016. The artists’ collaborative, studio practice resulted in this work that affirms their confidence in creative expression to affect the pursuit of happiness—not only in visual art, but also with gratitude for music, dance, and theater.

Becky and Jane have been friends since art school days together at Arizona State University.  Although Becky lives in Tacoma, Washington and Jane lives in Phoenix, Arizona, they have followed parallel career paths since leaving graduate school; balancing commitments to meaningful, studio practice with teaching and raising a family. Their collaboration is based on mutual respect for the other’s artwork and their enduring willingness to trust each other’s aesthetic judgment.

See more of their work together at www.reconfiguredart.com.   

 

About the Artists:

Becky Frehse is a painter and mixed-media artist whose eclectic approach to the use of materials is inspired by her many travels and studies in foreign lands. She holds a B.F.A. in painting and drawing from Arizona State University and an M.F.A. from Central Washington University. She exhibits her work nationally and teaches at the University of Puget Sound and at her Tacoma studio. 
www.beckyfrehse.com

Jane Kelsey-Mapel creates narrative ceramic figure sculpture. She holds a B.A. degree in Art from Arizona State University and an M.F.A. in Ceramics from the University of North Texas. Her work is held in numerous public and private collections and has been featured in U.S. and international publications. She exhibits her work nationally and teaches ceramics and sculpture at Glendale Community College and the Mesa Art Center.
www.janekelseymapel.com

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"Mend" works by Andrew King
Jan
2
to Jan 31

"Mend" works by Andrew King

Artist Reception:
Thursday, January 5th, from 7-9
Exhibition:
January 2-31

Mend (A sculptural study)
A step beyond introspection is a place where our lives are in a constant flux of being torn apart, mended together and rebuilt. If refraction is how a path is changed, then this “place beyond” is where these shifts are permanently altering our physical existence. The act of being built up, torn down, pulled apart and sewn back together is a very real and beautifully chaotic part of living; a process that defines us not by the scars of what we endure but how we use those scars to remind us of what we have become and how much we can grow, thrive and continue to achieve.

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"The Big Robot Show" works by Jordan-Alexander Thomas
Dec
1
to Dec 31

"The Big Robot Show" works by Jordan-Alexander Thomas

Artist Reception:
First Friday, December 2nd, from 6-10
Exhibition:
December 1-31

In “The Big Robot Show” local mixed-media artist, Jordan-Alexander Thomas exhibits his inventive and sometimes curiously odd robots and sci-fi creations on a grand scale. Using wood and up-cycled found objects, Thomas transforms these findings into whimsical and entertaining creations that are constructed to excite the imagination. Thomas began creating robot sculptures when his passion for indie handmade objects collided with his love of all things science fiction. Please come and explore this unique and offbeat world of robots by Practical Art artisan, Jordan-Alexander Thomas.
 

 
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"Children's Drawings From The United Federation of Planets" works by Daniel Funkhouser
Nov
1
to Nov 30

"Children's Drawings From The United Federation of Planets" works by Daniel Funkhouser

Artist Reception:
First Friday, November 4th, from 7-9
Exhibition:
November 1-30

Inspired by Hey I Made This For You (also on view at Practical Art), "Children's Drawings From The United Federation of Planets" explores the intersection and immersive possibilities of laser-cut material and light.

Daniel Funkhouser was born at Good Samaritan Hospital in Phoenix, Arizona. While he studied painting at Arizona State University, his art practice has expanded into a variety of forms and media unified by a love of garishly saturated color schemes, super synthetic materials, and the power of play. Merging traditional methods with emerging technologies, he explores the alchemy of process, inviting us to experience his hyper-reality.

 

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"La vida, la muerte, el amor" works by Emily Costello, Frank Ybarra, Gennaro Garcia, and Joe Ray
Oct
1
to Oct 31

"La vida, la muerte, el amor" works by Emily Costello, Frank Ybarra, Gennaro Garcia, and Joe Ray

Artist Reception:
First Friday, October 7th, from 6-8
Exhibition:
October 1-31

In October, Practical Art is pleased to host, "La vida, la muerte, el amor," a collaborative exhibition featuring pieces by Emily Costello, Frank Ybarra, Gennaro Garcia, and Joe Ray. Though utilizing a variety of mediums, these artists share a vibrant color palette that culminates in a shared spirit of work. Together, their imagery explores the cycle of life and the triumph of the human spirit. 

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"People, Places + Pop" a Polaroid exhibit by Steve Hanson
Sep
1
to Sep 30

"People, Places + Pop" a Polaroid exhibit by Steve Hanson

Artist Reception:
Third Friday, September 16th, from 6-9
Exhibition:
September 1-30

People, Places + Pop is a celebration of real photographs. In the new era of digital photos, it has been estimated that more photographs are taken each year than the entire history of analogue photography. Tangible photos that you can have and hold have become uncommon.

In many ways the Polaroid format offers us the best of both the old and the new, the nostalgia of having printed photographs and the instant gratification of getting a result right away. Polaroids allow us to capture that magical moment on the spot and get a touchable photo. Each Polaroid becomes a unique, one-of-a-kind physical photograph.   

People, Places + Pop presents contemporary surroundings. People who are social influencers, Places of architectural significance and locations where people seek solace, and Pop the branded, commercial landscape we live in day after day.

The exhibit will feature Polaroids from Steve's "Polaroid of the Day" series on Facebook along with new and experimental images. Everyone will also have the opportunity to shoot a Polaroid for display at Practical Art.

To learn more about Steve's Polaroid work, visit www.filmisback.com.

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"Hare" works by Christy Puetz
Aug
1
to Aug 31

"Hare" works by Christy Puetz

Artist Reception:
First Friday, August 5th, from 7-9
Exhibition:
August 1-31

Our August show “Hare” features works by Phoenix artist Christy Puetz.  Christy creates intricately beaded creatures from the fantastical environments of myths and historical events.  The rabbits in her exhibition, “Hare," were inspired by the novel Watership Down, emphasizing loss and youth.  Each rabbit is a tactile story made of tiny glass beads. Come to Practical Art and be inspired by this unique and creative exploration of sight and feelings.

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"Support: something that holds up structure" works by Molly Koehn
Jul
1
to Jul 31

"Support: something that holds up structure" works by Molly Koehn

Artist Reception:
First Friday, July 1st, from 7-9
Exhibition:
July 1-31

Our July Artist, Molly Koehn, melds sculpture, drawing, and fibers into works depicting the relationship between humans and nature.  She explores how each leans on the other for support. By showcasing their interconnectedness, these lines of support begin to blur and the question becomes: What (or who) is supporting what? Are we supporting nature or is it the other way around? Koehn explores these questions with each piece, not only through her designs, but through her methods for supporting the works on the wall. Her ingenuity and creativity will leave the viewer with a heightened awareness of these reciprocal relationships. 

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"Pride" a Photography Group Show
Jun
1
to Jun 30

"Pride" a Photography Group Show

Opening Reception:
Wednesday June 1st, from 6-8
Exhibition:
June 1-30

For our June show, Practical Art is proud to host Pride, a student-led photography show.  Pride is sponsored in partnership with one•n•ten, an organization empowering LGBTQ youth throughout the Valley, and Valley Leadership Class 37. For the past 3 months, students from One-n-Ten have explored photography with the support of local professional photographers.  They have used their cameras as lenses to investigate, dissect, and ultimately construct a raw and insightful interpretation of Pride. Practical Art invites you to witness their work, on display throughout the month of June. Attend a special Artist’s reception from 6-8pm, Wednesday, June 1, 2016, to meet these young artists and learn first-hand about the true meaning of Pride. 

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