The tradition of sending holiday greeting cards is still alive and well. But Arizonans, particularly those who live in the lower deserts, usually aren't interested in sending greeting cards with snowy village scenes. Here are some southwestern holiday greetings that will be different and special for those on your holiday greeting card list.
Holiday greeting cards and note cards, including Arizona sunsets and desert scenes, chili pepper wreaths, kokopelli, paths & entryways lined with luminarias, playful images of coyote, roadrunner and quail.
Diana Madaras has been named Tucson's best artist many times. Her galleries and special events are popular destinations for lovers of colorful southwestern art. There are more than 30 varieties of Arizona holiday cards available to order online. There's one for Hanukkah, too.
StonehouseCollection.com is a family business founded by Matt Kersten, the son of Arizona artist Rick Kersten, who is both a painter and illustrator. Rick and his brother, Pete, the other half of Kersten Brothers Studios, are responsible for the majority of the designs you see on StonehouseCollection.com. Holiday cards with southwest themes are available. There is a showroom in Scottsdale.
Use these note cards to deliver the magnificent views of Arizona and your personal message to your friends and family.
Every year Phoenix Children's Hospital makes holiday cards available to the public. The Art Project was created to not only help support the Center, but also involve children in art and craft projects that help cope with stress. Each year, PCH holds dozens of art workshops, where patients learn how to use their imaginations to create artwork that we can use to spread holiday joy, while raising money for a great cause.
Saguaro sunset, San Francisco Peaks, Red Rock Winters and Grand Canyon images.