Nox Kitchen & Cocktails: A Review!

Nox Kitchen & Cocktails; Tucson AZ

Mary had been Ms. Karen’s bridesmaid many years ago. And even though we all ended up in Tucson, we don’t get to see her as often as we’d like. So, we planned a lunch together at a central location that was also near the Mark Sublette Medicine Man Gallery at … Continue reading

Paul Hopman, Scratchboard Artist

Paul Hopman Scratchboard

Paul Hopman is a local Tucson artist who uses scratchboard to illustrate the beauty and spirit of animals, be they a wild mustang or a pet dog. Paul is passionate about using his unique artform to teach about and preserve the wild creatures. Many of his subjects are endangered species, such as wolves, tigers & gorillas. But he also does commission work for those who want a stunningly beautiful framed portrait of their favorite pet.

In this video, Paul shows you how he does it, one scratch at a time.

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Bisbee, Arizona: By Charlene Mitchell

Bisbee: Sometimes Just Weird.

Bisbee Enclave is a beautiful and useful website about dining, lodging, upcoming events, and things to see and do in historic Old Bisbee.
Bisbee Enclave is published by local musician Becky Reyes and local photographer Charlene Mitchell. You can view more of Charlene’s extraordinary photography at EvokingImages.com.

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Madaras Gallery

LISA'S GATE

Learn about Diana Madaras and her passion for art. For More information, please watch the video here then visit the Madaras Gallery Website. … Continue reading

Scenic Southern Arizona Photography by John Ashley

Signal Hill Petroglyphs

Southern Arizona is one of the most beautiful places for photography on the planet earth. Photographer John Ashley has captured some of the beauty of the Sonoran Desert and nearby environs in this slideshow video, including the migration of the Sandhill Cranes just south of Willcox.

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Monsoon Clouds Over Tucson AZ: Local Photographer, John Edwards.

Monsoon Clouds Over Tucson

Most of the year, Southern Arizona has low humidity. But during our wet summer months, the giant thunderheads of our Monsoon Season rise over the desert. Few have capture the grandeur of these weather events so beautifully as local photographer, John Edwards. I chose the accompanying music to give viewers the sense of power unleashed by these storms that can drop 2 inches of rain in less than 20 minutes. Following a monsoon burst, our dry rivers rise very quickly and cause streets to flood.

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