Art within
a masterpiece


Modern design and true works of art come together in The Gallery at Mountain Shadows Resort Scottsdale. Explore museum-quality exhibitions by artists with connections to Arizona, with new works debuted every two months. Don't miss our gallery tours, as well as art opening receptions that feature engaging conversation with the artists and curator paired with wine and hors d'oeuvre from Hearth '61.

Mountain Shadows Nick Bernard Glazed Ceramic Platter Mountain Shadows Anne Schutte Muse Mountain Shadoes Nick Bernard Studio

Longevity: Four One-person shows


The show is intended to shed light on four Arizona-based artists that have accomplished great feats in their respective careers. Combined, they have nearly two centuries of experience showcasing pieces that have set the bar for contemporary fine art in the Southwest with the incorporation of unique and diversified approaches to their mediums.

Nicholas Bernard is a studio potter who is based on Cattletrack Road in Scottsdale, known for his low-fire earthenware pieces ranging from textured pots to wall platters that boast distinctive elements of topography and abstraction.

Claire Campbell Park is a highly skilled textile artist that has worked with everything from woven, painted paper to handwoven linen, various types of fiber, and more. She is based in Tucson and has competed at textile competitions all over the world from Japan to Hungary and London.

Anne Schutte has an extensive history in teaching the arts through Arizona State University and is critically acclaimed for her expressionist style with bold abstractions that create a timeless appeal.

The fourth artist in the show, Jim Waid, is admired for his extremely colorful take on the desert landscape that integrates flora and fauna that build upon elements of fantasy. His work is in numerous collections nationwide, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, the Phoenix Art Museum, the Tucson Museum of Art, and the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art.

The Gallery is Curated by Reyes Contemporary Art