Royse Contemporary ‘Summer Spectacular’ is this August in Old Town
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Royse Contemporary welcomes the annual “Summer Spectacular” group exhibition featuring a stable of local artists, along with a several special guest artists.
“It is my honor to work with this talented group of artists, with their captivating styles, energetic imagery and vibrant color palettes,” said Curator Nicole Royse. “Each artist offers a distinctive voice, ingenuity, and accomplished resume all while contributing and helping the Arizona Art community on various levels.”
This exhibition features work from our stable of artists: James Angel, Angel Cabrales, Cam DeCaussin, Gennaro Garcia, Cherie Buck-Hutchison, Peter Brian Klein, Joe Ray, Marilyn Szabo, Daniel Shepherd, Fred Tieken, and Casey Wakefield. In addittion, Royse Contemporary offers the works of special guest artists: James Anthony Peters, Ron Bimrose, and Scott Wolf.
“With such a variety of work there is something for everyone and I am truly thrilled to bring this stellar work and a powerful collection for our special anniversary,” Ms. Royse said. “We are proud to be celebrating six years of Royse Contemporary and look forward to many more to come!”
The Summer Spectacular opens to the public at Royse Contemporary, 7077 E. Main St., Thursday, Aug. 3, which is coinciding with the Scottsdale ArtWalk.
Ms. Royse says she founded the Old Town Scottsdale contemporary artwork space with the emphasis and belief of the importance of art and its vital role in our everyday lives and community.
“We are truly honored to work with so many great artists as they grow and create such incredible works of art,” she said. “We are proud to be able to work for wonderful collectors from all around the country filling their homes and offices with artworks created by Arizona artists.”