In the March 17th edition of Arizona Public Media, Hector Gonzales reports, “If you’re looking for something new to do in Southern Arizona, you may want to visit the “Metal Arts Village” in midtown Tucson where architecture and art are attracting drivers and pedestrians. The village is a collection of 12 studios on Dodge Boulevard just north of the Tucson Furniture District at Fort Lowell Road.” Read the full story here.
“It’s no wonder spirit infuses all her creations – her classes, her foundation, as well as her evolving artwork.”
The full article by Jan Henrickson, featured in the January 2010 edition of Tucson Green Times, can be read here
Goldenstein Gallery, my representative in Sedona, Arizona, was voted “Best Gallery in Arizona for 2008 and 2009. On November 12th, they were given an additional kudo by receiving the Mayor’s Award for Excellence. Fantastic gallery, terrific people, stop in and see them next time you are in Sedona.
For the next month, please join us here to see the progression as we move into our new gallery in the Metal Arts Village! This has been a three year odyssey and I can hardly believe it will be up, operational and gorgeous, by year’s end. Please join me here to see the dream fulfilled.
How exciting! I’ve been chosen as a nominee for a LUMIE – a Tucson Pima Arts & Business Award – in the Lifetime Achievement category. It’s truly an honor just to be considered. Thank you to Susan Cassidy, Claire Scheuren and Stephen Kimble who thought my life worthy of nomination!
Here’s some information about the event from TPAC’s web site:
Please join us for The LUMIES on Sunday May 4th at 6pm at the FOX Tucson Theatre for an evening of celebration as we honor those Luminaries in our community—artists, volunteers, individuals, businesses and arts organizations—nominated for their outstanding contributions to the arts!
Nationally known award-winning artist Lynn Rae Lowe creates unique metal designs and functional art. Lowe talks about what influences her work. She also shows us how her metal painting is done.