Stuck in rush hour? Crank up the radio, stare off into the sunset, take life in. If you don’t take it easy once in awhile, you’ll surely miss it.
As daylight fades to twilight, bright blue skies fade to muted pinks, purples and oranges, creating a watercolor painting overhead.
Sometimes it’s nice to just look out at the horizon, above the city skyline, to keep yourself grounded.
When artists unleash their creative visions on the walls of our city, it provides the colorful and meaningful backdrop to our daily lives in downtown Phoenix.
Neon pink and blue light up the buildings and streets in downtown Phoenix as the mild weather of winter morphs into the heat of Arizona’s “spring.”
It doesn’t matter if you’re a small town girl or a city boy, the appeal of a midnight train ride is universal with the excitement of a new destination.
Whether it’s welding to create a unique piece or surrendering to a tattoo needle, artists in downtown know that sometimes, art has to have an edge.
People from all over the Valley spent Feb. 25 & 26 celebrating Japanese culture at the 33rd annual Arizona Matsuri at Heritage & Science Park.
Desert tones like terra cotta and turquoise abound in Phoenix’s urban core.