Arts & Wine Festivals and Events, Combining Wine and Art
Located 46 minutes from downtown Phoenix, Surprise is where you can get in touch with mountain parklands, a local lake, and the unblemished open Sonoran Desert. Delight in sipping inside, surrounded by working artists, or sit outdoors under the colorful umbrellas and listen to the whispering noises of water fountains in the Sculpture Garden. Artists, local and regional, will be displaying paintings in acrylic and oil, watercolor, ink, and pastel. Outstanding smaller and life-sized statues and sculptures of metal, bronze, clay, stone, and hardwood, gleaming hand-blown glass, unique handmade fashion jewelry, gorgeous photography, batiks, detailed gourds and a lot more! Customers like walking throughout incredible paintings, clay sculptures, metal art, photography, and fashion jewelry, all while listening to live music entertainment and drinking great white wine. These celebrations touch the senses, with great white wine, mouth-watering chocolates, and the visual banquet of art with the subtle noise of ambient, background music. After taking in the sights and noises of the celebration, make certain to leave time to enjoy Carefree's variety of distinct stores, shops, galleries, dining establishments, and outside coffee shops.
Art & White Wine Event
Regional artists will display their own works, consisting of glass-blowing, wooden sculptures, precious jewelry, clothes, painting, drawing, photography, and more. In a block celebration environment within the heart of Caramel Valley, you can taste red wines directly imported from our regional tasting rooms, delight in listening to live music and consume scrumptious food from CX Chophouse, ROUNX, Jerry's Carmel Valley HopHouse, Waypoints, Quail Lodge & Tennis Club and Parry's Pies. Admission to the occasion is complementary and complimentary bus service to and from Carmel Valley Town is offered by the MTT Groupline Express. Nicky happily has contributed the piece unveiled from his Wildflower Window Series.
Fountains Hill Art & Red Wine Affair
Ben's art is amazing. All of these pieces require time, however, Ben likes to have as much individual impact on every piece he develops, keeping the completed pieces real to his initial vision. He draws his motivation from southwest culture and style, primitive impacts, and geologic development while incorporating vibrant modern forms. The union of these extremely varied mediums, concrete, copper, and bronze, has allowed him to preserve distinct appeal and intrigue throughout his whole body of work. This relationship, of 3 traditional mediums, produces a varied and appealing collection, likewise supplying a framework for future works to come. The celebration boasts subjects varying from the Southwest; standard, modern, abstract, metaphorical, flower, wildlife, Native, European, Indian, African, and far more, guaranteeing all participants discover a piece of art that speaks to them. Winery Cellar, Su Vina and the Town of Elbin bring a range of local red wines and spirits made in Kingman's Deseret Diamond Distillers hosts seasoned rums, spiced gins and tasty vodkas. We met some young people who drive for the delivery service Postmates, and they told us they deliver food and wine for quick cash. Apparently, part-time delivery gigs are a booming trend. Thunderbird Artists likewise enjoy cooperating with non-profits and constantly leave a couple of areas open for residents to raise public awareness for their worthwhile causes. After lunch, enhance your delicious meal by pleasing your craving for sweets and snacking on kettle corn, candies, cookies, caramels, gelato, and more while walking throughout this unrivaled art arena. Ben plays his initial piano & violin solos with a classical feel, his fingers creating soundscapes that sound like a soft, cool breeze in summertime. With the keyboard, Vinhas plays haunting tunes on the Indian flute or smooth, buttery jazz with a soprano saxophone.
Art, White Wine & Wheels Weekend
Over the last 11 years, this interesting weekend in Ridgland has actually grown to consist of arts and red wine celebrations with music and fantastic food, a 5 K race, and a bike trip that draws countless folks from all over the U.S.A. and the world. A few of America's many skilled artists assemble in Ridgland for a juried art celebration that consists of clay, drawing and pastels, fiber, glass, fashion jewelry, multimedias 2d and 3d, painting, photos, printmaking, sculptures, and wood. Celebration activities consist of live music in 3 phases including a few popular regional and local artists. Visitors 21 and up can buy for $20 a card at the Details Tent situated throughout the celebration premises and redeem it at the Tasting Kiosk for incredible adult drinks. Check out the gorgeous Barrett Tank, Natchez Tracing Parkway and the Scared Woods on 2 wheels. The race starts and ends near the Ridgland Visitor Center at Nest Park.