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Gosh, it’s been a long time since FLY last posted a blog here BUT after traveling to various galleries in Arizona and now dealing with Covid-19 lock-downs, FLY is back and flapping her wings in anticipation of late spring re-openings of galleries and postponed shows and arts festivals (fingers crossed).  So let’s play catch up with a few stories and pics from the last 5 months…

Last December, FLY visited Scottsdale, AZ, and joined the crowds at the Old Town arts district “Art Walk” visiting all the galleries and working artist studios. FLY met some talented artists and made great connections with gallery owners and directors. Here are just a few of the outstanding views from the Thursday night “Art Walk”.
For info on the monthly Art Walks and on current Covid-19 status, visit their website: www.scottsdaleartsdistrict.com/artwalk

FLY’s favourite gallery in Old Town is, in fact, the Western Spirit Museum which is just around the corner from the gallery district, and it houses some of the best south western art, bronze sculptures and native American pottery FLY has ever seen. If you’re visiting the Scottsdale/Phoenix area, this is a MUST for lovers of fine art and American history. Once travel bans are lifted and we’re all able to visit galleries, FLY highly recommends the Western Spirit Museum. For info, directions and to view current exhibits, check out their website:  www.scottsdalemuseumwest.org

So FLY is now back in the saddle and will be posting weekly blogs promoting local and int’l artists, galleries and linked articles of interest for you all to enjoy.  Thank you for your patience and understanding during this down-time.