All posts for the month October, 2010

Melissa Peck’s “Evolution in Color”

  Melissa Peck is a very busy woman these days. A gorgeous mother of two beautiful daughters, Peck’s hardest task is finding a balance between being a devoted mother and highly sought after artist. Her remarkable work showcases the different stages of her life illustrating how she has grown and evolved. Melissa’s whimsical characters are […]

BDG profiled in Phoenix Home and Garden

When you open your November issue of Phoenix Home and Garden magazine be sure not to miss our gallery spotlight on page 163.  You’ll read a little about our history and even find us pictured with some of our favorite paintings in the gallery right now.  See how many of our artists’ works you can […]

Wonders of Wood

Mitch Fry: It has been a whirlwind year for artists Mitch Fry. After receiving a grant last fall from the Contemporary Forum, Fry has literally come full circle. The award opened many doors for this emerging artist, securing him an exhibition at the Phoenix Art Museum and gallery representation in Scottsdale. All the excitement surrounding […]

Introducing Nocona Burgess

During Indian Market in Santa Fe this summer Christi Manuelito was delighted to run into fellow a classmate from her days in art school at University of New Mexico. Nocona Burgess and Christi had almost all their painting classes together and she was thrilled to see he had become a well known Native American artist. […]

Come Visit Us in Arizona!

Lately there’s been too much talk about boycotts and the negativity surrounding policies in Arizona.  While no laws have yet taken effect, the boycotts and attitudes have already hurt our beautiful state and particularly the businesses that rely on tourism.  Today we had a breath of fresh air from some visitors from Texas who, courtesy […]