With all the facets of an exquisite museum, Red Truck Trading Company offers a great day of culture in Cave Creek.
Whether you want mouth-watering food or great drinks, this museum has the restaurant just for you.
Bring the whole clan to this museum — kids and parents will love the ambience here.
Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
In 1975, Jay Kogan's parents opened up a store that was literally a hall of frames—just a small store stacked with thousands of frames. At the time, they had no idea that that tiny corridor would expand to 12 locations throughout the greater Phoenix area, all still run by the Kogan family. Today, their shops have more than 4,500 custom frame options along with mats of all colors and textures, as well as seven glazing choices and expert assembly. They can answer framing questions and frame everything from documents and artwork to posters and small 3-D objects such as sports memorabilia and very still grandmothers.
When they custom-produce frames, the family cuts their mats exactly, miters frame corners precisely, and installs flawless glass. Or, since the stores' walls are lined with ready-made frames, customers can walk in and find what they're looking for quickly. Since installing framed art is an art unto itself, they also offer hanging services with an eye for placement and ability to install in difficult spaces.
Whether you're solo or with a group, Gallery 225 in Gilbert is a great place to explore and indulge in works of art.
Wandering souls would be best to visit this museum for any one of their A+ dishes.
No need to splurge on a baby sitter — tots will be right at home at this museum.
Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
For those skilled in the creative arts, Laugh Love Paint is home to some of the finest works in Gilbert.
If a bite's all you're after, then you'll want to stop by this museum for a delicious fill of their home-cooked food.
Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
SunDust Art Gallery is truly a family-run operation—Ron Floyd, a retired university art professor and a recognized abstract artist, opened the 5,000-square-foot gallery with the help of his wife Mary Lou Floyd and son Chris Floyd. Opened in 2009, the studio's initial goal was to provide the Southwest's eclectic and often-unnoticed artists a home, and today it has grown to encompass a gallery collection that regularly features many such artists and mediums for which the region is well known, such as sculpture, jewelry, and photography. Throughout his long career as an art professor, Ron learned to teach students how to overcome artistry's intricacies, and he now operates out of SunDust's studios with accessible painting and drawing classes.