Mariah's Dream When Mariah (Mary Ann Hill-Packer) closed her Mariah Gallery and moved from Ohio to Arizona she resumed her career as an International Art Consultant in Scottsdale, she was unable to do her own artwork, but her dream was to paint here in Arizona. Mariah resigned, picked up her brush and painted once more while re-establishing Mariah Studio. Now the works poured forth. While painting on location in Globe, Arizona she formed an alliance with the Cobre Valley Center for the Arts. In the fall of 2003, She won an award for her watercolor depiction of an Apache Indian "The Shadow Man" at their Southwestern Show.
- Superstition Mountain Museum, One Woman Show, Apache Junction ,Az.
- Cobre Valley Center for the Arts, Globe, Az.
- Mesa Arts Center Arizona Room 3 , Mesa, Az.
- Helen Spencer-Schiele Gallery, Apache Junction, Az.
- Gold Canyon Treasure Fair, Gold Canyon, Az.
- First Anual Ocktoberfest. Apache Junction Az.
- Goldfield Ghost Town Art Show, Goldfield,Az.
- Southwestern Art Show, CVCA, Globe, Az.
- Ocktoberfest, Covington Ky
- Trade Card Center, Columbus, Oh
Southwestern landscapes, native american portraitures and native wildlife are the areas of concentration right now in preperation for the one woman show at the Superstition Mountain Museum beginning with a Reception Aug.1, exhibition as Featured Artist thru the 31st.
202 N. Meridian Dr. #20
Apache Junction, Az. 85220
Home Phone: 480-354-5809
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