Chandler, AZ 85225
- Mon-Fri 10am-5pm, Sat 10am-4pm
Phoenix New Times's Description
This Chandler gallery is one of only two places in the Valley where you can buy art out of a vintage cigarette machine. That's right, feed it five bucks, pull the old-timey knob and out pops a piece of art. Ok, so it's not like you're going to get the best work of art under the sun but for the price, the experience can't be beat. The gallery itself is a non-profit gallery operated by the Chandler Cultural Foundation. They rotate exhibits on a regular basis and a portion of all their art sales goes to benefit the Vision Kidz program. The program offers arts education workshops to the community for free. In addition to featuring work from local and regional artists the gallery has craft work from Brian Andreas of Storypeople, based in Decorah, Iowa.
The Vision Gallery is a fine arts gallery representing over 300 regional artists, and home to one of two Art-O-Mats in Chandler. The other Art-O-Mat is located in the Chandler Center for the Arts. Discover a varied palette of original artworks from oil and acrylic canvasses, to ceramic works, sculpture, jewelry and more. Along with representing both local and regional artists, the gallery carries the unique works of Brian Andreas’ Storypeople.
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