Artist of the Month

The Sonoran Arts League “Artist of the Month” submissions and voting are both held
during the monthly General Meetings.   Participating artists submit during the general meeting and must be a League member.

"Since as long as I can remember, art has always held a magical quality. When I was six years old, I watched my mom's hand draw a cat. One minute the paper was empty, the next, a cat was sitting comfortably on the page. I still feel that incredible sense of wonder, and it is this feeling I want to recreate whenever I draw or paint, or both," Dominique Flamm. 

"Ellen Nemetz is a contemporary artist based in Phoenix, Arizona. Nemetz studied Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at the University of Madison, Wisconsin. As a military wife, Nemetz traveled extensively until settling in Arizona. She studied art at the Maricopa County Community Colleges from which she has twice received the League of Innovation Award."

"By necessity, I learned to sew my own cloths, refinish and upholster furniture.  Those sparked an interest in pottery, Italic writing, knitting and basket weaving.  I then started wood carving with my father.  But after 30 plus years as a surgical nurse in Portland, Oregon, I found a new passion, painting, and a new home in Arizona.  I took classes in pencil drawing, pastels, pen & ink, watercolor, acrylic and oil.  Oils are now my main interest but I continue to learn from art coaches." - Brigitte Scanlon