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As more people flock to the pastime of birdwatching, a new book celebrates Arizona’s wealth of avian diversity and beauty.

A multitalented young designer infuses art into all aspects of his life.

Kathleen Hope starts with a most mundane material to create colorful, textural works of art.

Pale and pretty or bold and brash, color can imbue a home with energy and personality. Here’s how to do it right.

Best gardening practices to benefit Arizona’s struggling monarch butterfly population.

Artist Tamara Scott-Anderson plumbs her own neighborhood for the elements that go into her vivid, tactile woven sculptures.

No medium is off limits in a Mesa artist’s exploration of the human condition.

After years traveling the world and trying out different forms of creative expression, a Tucson artist finds his true niche back in his hometown.