Welcome to the Mountain Artists Guild and Gallery.
Mountain Artists Guild is one of the Oldest Visual Arts Organizations in Arizona.
MAG PRESENTS JAZZY SUMMER DAZE, with cool jazz at the "Grand Jewel of Prescott". Fundraiser presented by the Mountain Artists' Guild at the Hassayampa Inn.
The Mountain Artists' Guild (MAG) presents the second annual Jazzy Summer Daze on Sunday, July 27th from 4:00 to 7:00 pm. This fundraiser will be held at the Marina Ballroom of the Hassayampa Inn. The afternoon will include generous appetizers, a cash bar and cool jazz by the Bob Shimizu Quartet. The event is open to the public.
Musician Bob Shimizu will MC the afternoon which will include a silent auction, a bucket raffle for beautiful donated artwork by local artists Items such as styling gift cards, wine and spa baskets, jewelry and much more will be offered. All proceeds from this event benefit MAG, a non-profit art organization with a long history of providing art events for Prescott and the many tourists that visit our community. Tickets are priced at $40 each or a table for 8 people at $300. Seating is limited so get your tickets now, available at the Mountain Artists' Gallery.
To get tickets, call the gallery at 928-776-4009, the guild office at 928-445-2510 or the chairperson, Vivian Farmer at 928-771-9942.
Some boots are made for walkin’, and Lyn DeLano’s watercolor painting “Cowboy Boots” walked right into the hearts of our judges in this year’s Promotional Art Contest. Comments from the judges indicate that these boots are just the right thing to represent Prescott and the Mountain Artists Guild for 2014. You will be seeing this image in many places during the year, but come by the Mountain Artists Guild at 228 N. Alarcon Street in Prescott to see the original work. This fascinating painting has a “surprise” feature that you may not recognize in the photograph. So stop in and see if you can figure out what is really different about this wonderful work of art.
You can purchase t-shirts with Lyn's winning promotion artwork at Mountain Artists Guild.