April 2011: Paul and Patricia Gutsch “A Photographic Journey”
A dual exhibit of photographic art.
Sarah Kriehn is an innovative, contemporary artist who merges the fields of printmaking and painting. Kriehn creates unique works which do not include multiples or reproductions, while chronicling life’s inimitable encounters and experiences.
Sarah was born and raised in Winslow, Arizona and currently lives in Phoenix. She earned her degree from Arizona State University. Prior to her career as an artist, she was an art teacher in the Washington School District in Phoenix. During that time she received the Arizona Elementary Art Teacher of the Year award and the Washington District’s Lamp of Learning award. Sarah is the recipient of an Artist Grant award from the Phoenix Office of Arts and Culture and the Arizona Commission on the Arts.
Her work has been exhibited locally at the Shemer Art Center & Museum, Cathedral Center for the Arts, Herberger Gallery, Tempe Center for the Arts and the Phoenix Art Museum. More of Sarah’s art work can be seen at: www.printmakingart.com. `Meet the artist at an exciting open house reception hosted by the University Club of Phoenix on Thursday, October 28, 2010 from 5:30pm – 7:30pm. Enjoy vibrant, inspired art, complimentary hors d’oeuvres and a no-host bar.
April 1, 2009 – Kent Corbin visits us with another exhibit. This time he brings us “City of Lights” – New York City’s Time Square nightscape photography, along with other points of interest. Some are displayed in amazing collages and are printed to museum quality canvas and come in various sizes.
April 7, 2008 – Kent Corbin has lived in Arizona since 1951, so most would consider him to be a native Arizonan. Over the last thirty years Kent has refined and redefined his art many time, but always enhancing his skill. You can find his work in many mediums, but none as captivating as his photography. Kent’s work also consists of watercolors, acrylics and oil on canvas.
His art has been shown in Art News and has been collected by many known personalities. His collections can be found from Massachusetts to California. On any given day you may find him at his gallery located on 7th Street and Indian School Road… putting together his inspirations for the collectors that follow his work.
February 2009 – On exhibit right now is exceptional art by Pat Kofahl. His work is digital watercolors and he has traveled the world to captured awesome images of places, people and nature. Pat Kofahl wrote:
“We are all storytellers. It is a way of sharing ourselves, of connecting and communicating. Art is just another form of telling stories. Some are fact, some are fiction, and some are a combination of both. I’m not so sure how important it is to decide where the line should be drawn (if at all), as it is to tell the story, to share the moment, to put it out there, trusting that someone will understand, will feel the same”.
“So these are a few little stories. There are lots more. Some images are part of a larger story; some are individual, self contained short stories. Others are like the back of a cereal box, just the sketch of an idea, really, that may or may not turn into something larger later on. I hope you enjoy them”.
Digital Watercolor Giclee available on paper or canvas in multiple sizes. Visit his websites, email or call him for further information: