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The Blue Coyote Gallery features contemporary and traditional south-western and western fine art and custom furniture. It showcases the works of Arizona based artists and artisans, many of whom live and work within the vicinity of the gallery. Paintings, sculptures, and limited editions of works are available. Art Night is one of the major ongoing events.

Location: Cave Creek Arizona 85331 Telephone 480-488-2334

Other Art nearby:
(Scottsdale) American Fine Art Gallery
(Scottsdale) Ancient Arts Gallery
(Scottsdale) Ancient Trails Tours
(Carefree) Andora Gallery
(Scottsdale) Andrea Smith Gallery
(Scottsdale) Artisimo Gallery

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