Sightseeing in Mesa


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  • SunDust Art Gallery
    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.
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    48 W Main St, #100
    Mesa, AZ US
  • Faville Photo
    Faville Photo Specializes in large format and custom sized giclee printing services. We offer giclee prints on Photo Paper, Fine Art Paper, and Canvas. We can print at any custom size, and can handle any custom project.
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    1009 W Farmdale Ave
    Mesa, AZ US
  • Lulubell Toy Bodega
    You’d be hard-pressed to find some of Lulubell Toy Bodega’s treasures anywhere else. Among the hodgepodge of collectible vinyl toys, lowbrow art, clothing, and books, you’ll find some rare gems from little-known Japanese toymakers, often churned out in modest batches.
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    128 West Main Street
    Mesa, AZ US
  • Arizona Museum of Natural History
    Every 23 minutes, the life-sized dinosaur figures residing on Dinosaur Mountain face the threat of extinction. That’s when the flash flood waterfall starts to gush. But the Arizona Museum of Natural History doesn’t stick to just prehistoric critters. Nearby, a replica of the ancient Hohokam people’s village features real artifacts.
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    53 North MacDonald
    Mesa, AZ US
  • Arizona Museum for Youth
    Self-expression and imagination have no age limits. That's the idea behind i.d.e.a. Museum, a gathering place for youngsters to explore art and their own creativity. Rotating exhibitions, which have included glow-in-the-dark portraits and bead art, stimulate children's imaginations as well as the sense of sight. Guests can follow the spark of inspiration and create their own magnum opuses during art classes or in the museum's interactive play area, Artville. Decorated with giant-size paint brushes and other art equipment, Artville presents kids with a colorful array of play stations and even a performance arts center to stage productions of Waiting for Go Dog Go.
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    150 W. Pepper Place
    Mesa, AZ US
  • Mesa Arts Center
    Fourteen art studios, five art galleries, and four theaters all reside within the walls of Mesa Arts Center. The venues host a wide spectrum of performances, from comedy sets to live shows by bands such as The Decemberists.
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    1 E Main St.
    Mesa, AZ US

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