Celebrate wine tasting, live art, live music, acrobatics and more this Saturday at the annual Kierland POP Festival, being held this Saturday November 16, 2019 at Kierland Commons in Scottsdale, at Scottsdale Road and Greenway Rd.
Debra Lee Murrow, artist-owner of COLORME Art Spa will be live painting at the Saturday festival from 2pm-5pm. Debra specializes in creating amazing works of art, in black & white and color, using a variety of mediums like pastels, oil paint sticks, watercolor crayons, liquid pouring and more. In her work, she helps to encourage others to “find the artist within.”
Debra’s art is uplifting and mixes inspiring words and phrases within the context of the COLORME Art Spa colorful art pieces. From her Scottsdale base, Debra creates custom-made ‘COLORME’ postcards, posters, canvases & necklaces for a wide group of companies, non-profits and audiences. Follow COLORME Art Spa on Facebook.
Some of Debra’s peers will also be live painting earlier in the day. Here’s the full list of artists who will be live painting!
11:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Jesse Perry (Pop Art – Mr. Downtown Phoenix)
Lucretia Torva (Realism and Automotive Art)
Ian and Lea Rankin (Rather Be Chalking)
12:30 PM – 3:30 PM
Róisín McDermott (Watercolor Painting)
Gina Ribaudo (Celebrity Portraits)
Inseong Kim (Still Lifes and Floral Art)
2:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Debra Lee Murrow (Abstract and Visual Word Art)
Saturday events include an art walk from 10:00am – 6:00pm featuring local professional artists, as well as emerging artisans. Set against musical entertainment along the picturesque Main Street Kierland Commons Corridor, art lovers of all ages and backgrounds will have the chance to enjoy interactive artist presentations, culinary demonstrations, vintage street market shopping, and live strolling music and arts performances throughout the day.
Also on Saturday the AZ Wine Growers brings the Grand Wine Festival to Kierland POP. The state’s largest celebration of Arizona wine will feature wine tasting and sales from over 30 Arizona wineries pouring over 200 wines. The Arizona Wine Growers Association highlights and promotes independently owned local wineries and showcases their expertise. The event seeks to raise awareness for the rich and vibrant agriculture and to showcase the people who have impacted the growing industry.