If you are an artist living at least part of the year in Ajo you’re welcome to showcase your work here. A brief artist statement and up to 3 high-quality photos of your work will be included.
Lance Bell has been coming to Ajo since the mid-90s, spending as much time as he can on the deserts of Arizona and Mexico. He has won several Best of Shows in the Sonoran Shindig, an annual photography contest held in Ajo each spring.
After years of studio and travel photography René is now focusing on artistic art photography in Arizona, Mexico and Canada. All our images are available as matted, mounted or framed Prints in all sizes as well as greeting cards. See more of Rene’s work here.
Wendee’s photographs reflect her love of nature as well as the beauty in the places she visits, while travelling throughout the world. She loves walking on the beach collecting shells for her artistic shell creations. Her photographs are available in all sizes of framed or matted prints and also greeting cards and her shell art is custom made so no two are exactly alike. See more of Wendee’s work here. You can reach Wendee at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nancy Drigotas, former Curley School resident, paints primarily in oil. Most works are abstract in both acrylic and oil. She is currently associated with The Drawing Studio, Raices Taller 222 and Contreras Gallery in Tucson.
Katie Kerr has worked in many places as a nurse. During her free time, she sets out with her camera to capture the energy and beauty of her surroundings. You can see more of her work here.
I am an oil painter who splits my year between the deserts of Ajo and Why and the mountains, pine forests, creeks and northern plains of the Black Hills/Rapid City, SD area. The changes of scenery, light, air and colors challenge me in my painting, with each unique area adding to my knowledge. For more information 407-493-1758.
LINDA CONSTANT ROBINSON
My paintings can be described as expressionistic with a distinctive style that incorporates brilliant color, subconscious elements, mysticism and distorted realism. Above all, the story of my work is one of emotion, color and compelling compositions.
It has been said that throughout life a person reinvents himself several times. At age 75, I am reinventing myself as a portrait artist. My media are pastel and charcoal and I enjoy drawing both adults and children.
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