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The Vision Gallery is a non-profit art gallery managed by the Chandler Cultural Foundation. Exhibits are rotated every six to eight weeks and all artworks are for sale. The gallery features works on canvas, watercolor, sculpture, hand blown glass, mixed media, and arts and crafts items. It represents over 200 national, state, and local artists, and continues an assortment of visual arts programming. The Kidz Art programs are a series of one day art workshops in all mediums. A monthly event called the Artistâs Forum is a networking evening for local artists to exchange information and critique artworks.

Location: 80 South San Marcos Place, Chandler Arizona 85225 Telephone 480-917-6859

Other Art nearby:
(Scottsdale) American Fine Art Gallery
(Scottsdale) Ancient Arts Gallery
(Scottsdale) Ancient Trails Tours
(Scottsdale) Andrea Smith Gallery
(Scottsdale) Artisimo Gallery
(Glendale) Bead Museum

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