Current/Future Shows

Where to see my work now, and, (as best I can tell you at this moment), in the near future. Updated Feb 2017


Every December, during the Phoenix Festival of the Arts, artists create a huge mural and the sections are for sale, for $300 each. Unsold sections are being offered Sat, Mar 18 at a sale during Art Detour weekend. Part of the money helps fund the arts and part goes to the artists. I have participated two years, and sold my section one year. The one from 2014 (pictured above) is still available. It’s on plywood and is 4×4 feet, acrylic.

Phoenix Center for the Arts, 1202 N. 3rd St., Phoenix, AZ

Saturday March 18, 2017, 10 am to 3 pm.

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Squareup Catalog page for mural sections:




Examples of my wood block miniatures. © Cindy Schnackel 2016

Many of this group already sold. But there are more! And they are at:

{9} The Gallery, in the gift shop.

1229 Grand Ave, Phoenix AZ.

If you don’t see the mini’s at {9}, ask. Small things get moved around depending on shows but a few will usually be out on shelves, since most are on blocks of wood that can either hang or sit. The staff will bring out any that are not on display if you ask. There are about half a dozen still there, left from my solo show last year.

The Artery (aka Studio 6)

623 E. Indian School Rd. Phoenix, AZ


Though I’m not part of the six artists who have an artist co-op and studio space in this building, I am part of a group of women painters who snapped up a wall space at the Artery, for the year of 2017. We will be doing group shows and rotating artists. For March, we did a broadly interpreted “Selfie” show, and I have two small pieces in it where I might be a bird. 😉

The Artery is normally only open First Fridays of each month, but also by appointment, and will be open for Sat and Sun of Art Detour weekend, March 18-19. It is not open Third Fridays.


429 W Jackson St, Phoenix, AZ

(602) 257-8929

For Art Detour weekend, Sat and Sun Mar 18 and 19, I’m showing several Thrift Store Makeovers. These are reprints found in stores like Goodwill, etc, and I transform them by adding characters or altering them in some way, usually with acrylic paint. They range in size from 30 x 40 inches, down to miniatures. All are priced pretty affordably since my investment of time and materials is considerably less than my “from scratch” artwork. Birds and monsters figure prominently in often familiar old masters reprints or whatever I find that is suited to being made over.

The Icehouse has some daytime hours but is almost always open for First and Third Friday artwalks.


For older events see my BIO: