Desert Foothills Land Trust presents ‘It’s Art for Land’s Sake’
Staff Report~ 2/18/2015
NORTH VALLEY – The Desert Foothills Land Trust is giving art lovers the perfect opportunity to own a reproduction of the beautiful Sonoran Desert landscape that the North Valley offers.
Desert Foothills Land Trust solicited works of art that celebrated DFLT preserves, including Jewel of the Creek Preserve, P.A. Seitts Preserve at Go John Canyon, and other local treasures. The resulting entries were juried by renowned Scottsdale artist Charles H. Pabst and the finalists will be displayed in an exhibition at the Desert Foothills Library from Feb. 21-28. The exhibition will be open Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-6 p.m., Saturday, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., and Sunday, 12-4 p.m.
Artists that were selected for inclusion in the exhibition and sale are Mary M. Boehm, Virginia Brooks, Carla Cross, Sue Feagler, Linda Garrett, Linda Howell, Greta Marsalis, Charlotte Moore, Dick Mueller, Stephanie Newman, Ronnie Wainwright, Jo Watts, and Patty Wellens.
On Saturday, Feb. 28, the paintings will be available for sale at the Library, with 25 percent of the sales benefiting the Land Trust's conservation work.
Visit the exhibition and purchase a piece that reflects the landscape you love! The Desert Foothills Library is located at 38443 N. Schoolhouse Rd., in Cave Creek.
See more details at www.dflt.org.