MOAZA supports the coming together of artist and community with a database and library of works by Arizona artists, chronicling the rich tapestry of the Arizona art scene, from indigenous people to those who migrated from all over the country and the world, making Arizona the vibrant art mecca that it is today.
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Actually, I am amazed how many talented artists of many kinds we have here in Phoenix.
This will be fabulous. Thanks for your hard work. I will send donation!
Love the Carnegie Library. Used it for non-profit board meetings for many years. Will be glad to see it return to productive and public use!
2022 DIA DE LOS MUERTOS. Please join the boards of Museum of Arizona Artists, (MOAZA) and the Arizona Latino Art & Cultural Center, (ALAC) for our first MOAZA art salon, including a private viewing of the 2022 Dia de los Muertos exhibition at ALAC.Click here to Attend
CURIOUS AND FANCIFUL CREATURES. Real and Imagined, includes over a dozen paintings in varying sizes and two large scale sculptures that reference imagined creatures and anthropomorphic wildlife.
SHARING A LIFE DEVOTED TO ART - JOHN AND RUTH WADDELL. Art lovers will have the unique privilege of experience the artwork in the presence of these esteemed artists at the Waddell Sculpture Garden & Studio in the Verde Valley
YOUNG RISING STARS. Curated by respected artist Rembrandt Quiballo. 6522 E Via Los Caballos, Paradise Valley
BETH AMES SWARTZ. Swartz will provide a sneak peek at an early stage of development of her new series focusing on a somewhat mystical aspect of Islam...Sufism.
MYTH AND MAGICAL REALISME. This series of paintings are collaborations between Joel Coplin and Jo-Anne Lowney. 6522 E Via Los Caballos, Paradise Valley
ANNE COE was born in Henderson, Nevada, she is a conservation-minded painter whose work combines narratives of exaggerated landscapes with stylized animals such as huge gila monsters or fez wearing monkeys.
MITRA KAMALI is a contemporary visual artist, designer, human rights activist/educator, and engineer who lives in Scottsdale, Arizona. Mitra began drawing at the age of three years old, decided to postpone her passion for art, and pursued a degree in engineering to become financially independent.
FRANK YBARRA draws inspiration from the landscapes and familiar landmarks of the Southwestern Region of the United States. He is regarded for his simplistic still life’s too. Ybarra was born and raised in a working-class neighborhood in Phoenix, AZ.
MARILYN SZABO is a true creative force in Arizona culture and has worked for over twenty-five years as a photographer. Her photographic subjects vary from people to architecture to landscape, and the work has been praised for its depth, craftsmanship and versatility.