Ryan T. Schmidt returns to the 2022 "Celebration of Fine Art" in Scottsdale

The show kicks off on Friday, January 14, 2022 for a Special Sneak Preview invitation-only event before it opens to the public on January 15th until March 27th, 2022. We are excited to be back and connect or reconnect with most of you! It has been a pleasure to be selected once again at this juried, invitational show featuring 40,000 square feet of working studios and works of art by 100 renowned and emerging artists from across the country. For over 30 years, the Celebration of Fine Art has brought art lovers and artists together to share their love of art... Read more at celebrateart.com


Visit Ryan T. Schmidt at Studio # 158 north side of the sculpture court at the 2022 Celebration of Fine Art, together with the rest of 100 Artists’ Studios in Less Than a Day.

 

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Here’s some practical information:

  • There is a Café, restrooms and plenty of free parking on site.

  • Tickets: $10 for adults and $8 for seniors and military. Children under 12 are admitted at no charge.

  • Your Celebration of Fine Art ticket is a season pass, good for the duration of the 10-week show and sale.

  • located in the “big white tents” in the heart of beautiful Scottsdale, Arizona on the southwest corner of Hayden Road and the Loop 101 at 18400 N Hayden Road.


What you get…

  • Admire and acquire from a carefully curated collection of artwork in all mediums and styles.

  • Return throughout the 10-week event to see new works of art emerge, as artists are creating continuously within their studios.

  • Feel welcome among seasoned art collectors and first-time buyers from around the world.

  • Enjoy the hour-long Art Discovery Series talks each Friday starting at 4PM throughout the event season.

Explore and read more at celebrateart.com

 

Watch panelist, Ryan T. Schmidt speaking on Monumental Installations during last year's Art Discovery Talk, together with Artists, Bryce Pettit and Todd Paxton at the 2021 Celebration of Fine Art.


 

Read our 2021 RECAP... from a helicopter sculpture tour ride, Phoenix Fox10 News, showing sculptures in front of the world's tallest fountain in Fountain Hills, Reflection of Flight Exhibit in Volanti and Ross Aviation Scottsdale Airpark, International Institute of Welding Digital Collection Exhibit, Sculpture dedication for a Celebration of Life in Lansing, and some installations around the U.S.