Friday, March 27, 2009

Scottsdale Gallery Row

Yesterday's photo introduced you to the Scottsdale Artwalk, which operates as an open house every Thursday night from 7 pm to 9 pm at the art galleries in Old Town Scottsdale.

Today's photo shows a woman walking next to three art galleries.  This is a typical scene along the Scottsdale ArtWalk path on gallery row.  

People are walking around and enjoying the sunshine, the parklike setting, they are browsing in galleries, looking at art that is on sidewalks or the statues located in or around the street, and enjoying the many outdoor cafes.   There are over 100 art galleries in Scottsdale and the art ranges from Contemporary, International, Asian, European, Russian, Western, and more.

To learn more, click Scottsdale ArtWalk. 

13 comments:

brattcat said...

It's so beautiful there. I love those white walks. And the sense of the gentleness of the weather.

Jim said...

It looks like there is a lot of open space which is nice.

Olivier said...

cela doit faire une belle promenade en ville. Profiter du beau temps et des vitrines des galeries
this should make a nice walk in town. Enjoy the nice weather and showcases galleries

sbuser said...

I just bought some new walking shoes. Can't wait to see what you discover on the walks.

Sharon said...

Great composition! It's very inviting.

istanbuldailyphoto said...

Photos of the entire composition. Greetings.

Vogon Poet said...

Please, lead us along this walk...

oldmanlincoln said...

I remember we used to do that on Sunday afternoon in Tucscon. It was always hot but the homes of many artists were adobe with the door wide open and from the outside it looked like you were about to walk into a cool, dark, cave. And it was like that. Going from the heat to the cool shade inside was better than air conditioning. We always lingered until we had soaked up enough cook skin to make it to the next adobe house in the artist's circuit.

I enjoyed your photograph and it brought back a lot of memories.

Pat said...

I just visited the canal. Love old town Scottsdale.

Frankie / Nick said...

What an interesting take. I would never have thought of taking a photo from the back, a lesson not to be forgotten and well worth exploring. An authentic sign of a good photographer

J Bar said...

Very interesting. Thanks for visiting my blog. Cheers, J Bar.

Carraol said...

It looks so inviting, a beautiful and quiet place full of galleries!

kostas said...

Beautiful area and beautiful visitor!

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