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The goal of the program is two-fold. First and foremost, enhance and expand the community’s exposure to the arts. Second, market the artists’ work with the understanding that each visiting piece on display is for sale and that a portion of the sale proceeds will further the operation of the program. Those sculptures, on loan from the artists, inhabit our campus for one year until a new set arrives each spring.


Public art, by its nature, is meant to be an integral component of the landscape. Each sculpture created by the artist should be looked at, enjoyed, studied and talked about. Public art is never passive and is meant to get your attention. In our selection of outstanding sculptures, you will see a variety of media and approaches to form created by a variety of artisans from around the US. Take your time as you visit our campus; each sculpture has a special story to tell if you are willing to listen.

The Town’s Arts & Culture Commission’s mission is to develop, promote and support quality opportunities for all persons to participate in diverse art and culture activities by providing effective leadership and interaction with the community, its artists and cultural organizations and thereby enriching the lives of its citizens.


The Arts and Culture Division of the Prescott Valley Parks and Recreation Department strives to advance the department’s mission of building a greater, more wholesome and enriching community together through people, parks and programs dedicated to the core values of creativity, excellence, integrity and service. The Division is also guided by the Prescott Valley Arts and Culture Commission who advises the Town Council on matters pertaining to the visual and performing arts.

Mediums: jewelry, mixed media, acrylic, oil & watercolor painting, photography


Demos: in mediums listed


During the Tour, 11 artists will be exhibiting and demonstrating at the Library.


In addition to the Studio Tour, a very good reason to visit our campus is to view the “Art at the Center” sculptures that comprise our permanent and temporary collection. They are located throughout the campus, both outdoors and indoors, at the Civic Center, Library, and Police Department.


The artists who will be exhibiting during the Tour are:


Mary Lou Arnold: watercolor and acrylic painting, mixed media


Karen Gartley Bush: jewelry


Patricia Fiedler: photography


John Foley: oil painting


Carolyn Hoffman: oil painting


Joaquin Larriba: oil & acrylic painting


Annessa Morrison: oil painting


Janet Payne: watercolor painting


Sharon Reed: watercolor painting


Patti Schwartz: oil & acrylic painting


Kathy Wise: jewelry

Studio 30

Wheelchair Accessible

Prescott Valley Public Library

3rd Floor, Crystal Room

7401 E Civic Cir, Prescott Valley



Library Hours

Monday – Thursday, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Saturday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Tour Hours (October 6, 7 & 8, 2017)

Friday, Saturday & Sunday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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