Patagonia ART WALK: Friday & Saturday,  10 am - 4 pm

November 25th & 26th, 2022

Come stroll down our main street, explore our local shops and discover a beautifully eclectic mix of wondrous cool stuff.  Relax in the heart of Patagonia, and enjoy live music, talented local artists, beautiful art,  delicious food...and our unique, quirky small town charm... 

We're  proud to showcase the art, crafts and creative talent of our artists "hidden-in-the-hills" .... in open air courtyards, pavilions, and booths along our main street and in the Town Park.  As you stroll and meet the artists, we hope you'll be delighted by the festive atmosphere and family friendly feeling of Patagonia.   Come enjoy your day and take home treasures.... contemporary sculpture, paintings, textiles, jewelry, handbuilt ceramics, quilts, handmade musical instruments and more!

Food and Drink

Gathering Grounds Coffeeshop
Queen of Cups
Ovens of Patagonia
Wagon Wheel Saloon
Wild Horse Restaurant & Saloon
Velvet Elvis at the Mission
Patagonia Lumber Company
Stage Stop Inn


Patagonia Market
Red Mountain Foods
Grace's Gifts & Candles
Purple Elephant Thrift Shop
Patagonia Trading Post
Global Arts Gallery
Patagonia Plants
Mesquite Grove Gallery
Colibrí Art Studio & Gallery
Patagonia Creative Arts Center

Releaf Dispensary
Farmers' Market image
Sonoita Coffee Roasters
Patagonia Flower Farm
Grumpy Goat Cheese
Fungirls Fungi
Life’s Bouquet Kombucha
Bhings Mini Farm and Confections
Hilda the Tamale Lady

Colibrí Art Studio & Gallery

299 McKeown

Oil and acrylic human, animal, and nature portraiture


Judith Hinton Andrew Art Studio

305 Smelter

Paintings in oil, watercolor, oil pastels, mixed media


Global Arts Gallery & Lillian's Closet

315 McKeown

Art, Folk-Art, Apparel, Home Goods. Nancy Coyne and other local artists.


Patagonia Trading Post

317 McKeown

Photography, Paintings, Pottery, Jewelry, Woodwork & more

Mesquite Gallery - Regina Medley

375 McKeown

Regina Medley & local artists


Frankie Yourgulez-Buhrer Studio

441a McKeown

Sterling Silver Gemstone Jewelry


Patagonia Creative Arts Center

304 Naugle

Zach Farley, Martha Kelly, Kort & Sandi Haberlein

Textile Courtyard

255 Third Ave

Barbara Kuhns, Terry Stanford, Lottibiondi, Lady of the Lake, Mary Diesel

Martha Kelly

Pottery at the Arts Center

Zach Farley- Home Grown Instruments

Hand made instruments at the Arts Center

Nancy Coyne at Global Arts Gallery

Paintings & sculpture

Kört and Sandi Haberlein

Wirework, and metal wall sculptures at the Arts Center

Barbara Kuhns

Fiber Arts at Textile Courtyard


Hand-painted fabric, embellished talismans at the Textile Courtyard

Mary Diesel

Ceramic, small gouache, crochet at the Textile Courtyard

Lady of the Lake

Textiles at the Textile Courtyard

Birdnird Creations, Etc.

Photography, Pyrography, Acrylic, Watercolor, Crafts

Bob Brooks

Pen & Ink art

Carlitos Precise Drilling & Jewelry

Jewelry, rocks, crystals, cabs,

Child & Family Protection Division

Acrylic Paintings

Corie Sue's Creations

Baskets & Nature Jewelry

Deadfall Artist Collective

Nathaniel Zoret-Russell & Sarah Wilcox

Desert Hippie Arts

Fluid Canvas Art

Focus On Feathers & Fine Art


Gisa Krueger

Watercolor, oils, pastels

Heart of a Cowgirl

Handcrafted jewelry and accessories

Honest Bars

Soap and beauty

Jacqui Treinen

Watercolor, acrylic, miser media, collage

KHowez Art

Digital illustrations, Prints, & Stickers


Acrylic gel transfer

Las Pieles de mi Tierra

textiles, handcrafted art from México & Latin America.

Livia Pontual/Koali Pontual-Thorne

Photo Art

Lori Kovash - Wildflower jewelry & art

Eco dye and repurposed jewelry

Lucky Dog Art/ Linda Morrison

Acrylic mixed media paintings

Nath Raye

Sculptures made from native cactus

Nefftys / Nogaleria

Poetry books, canvases, shirts, hats, stickers, musical act

Patty Fawn-Native American Art


Peg Kazda

Photography printed on metal

Pencil Pine Studio

Painting, Stained Glass Mosaic, Fiber Art, Mixed Media

Prickly Paradise Elderberry

Artisanal Food

Rebecca Carter / Roxy Jensen

Needle Felting/abstract paintings

S Marvin Art

Acrylic and Watercolor Painting

Sharon K Harrison

Resin , glass, gourd and rock art

Some Bunny’s Been Busy

Hand woven wearables

Steve Niichel

Oil paintings, handmade knives

The Stone Ferry

Paper arts*crystals*fairy hair*Tarot


Visual art , murals , graffiti

Voices from the Border

Hand embroidered mantas supporting humanitarian aid

Wellness Coach

Essential oils, diffuser jewelry, diffusers

Women Grow Food

Plants, jewelry, crafts, food, musical acts

Brett and Janet Dodd

Music: Folk/ Americana

Jacques Taylor

R&B, Reggae and more

The Tucson Prunes

Tap dance group

All Artist-Vendors who don't already have a Patagonia Town Business License must have a temporary license. Please COMPLETE THE APPLICATION FORM that was emailed to you, and mail with a check made to "Town of Patagonia." Or return the form via email to, and pay below.

Special Events License - 1 day


Special Events License - 2 days

1. Gain exposure and recognition for your work
2. Make sales and possible future commissions
3. Meet other artists and creative types from Southeastern Arizona
4. Be a vital part of local, small-town friendly art event with good vibes and great people!
The Art Walk Artist application fee is $35 -$45 sliding scale.

The Town of Patagonia Temporary Business License is $20 ($10/day), which we will collect for the town.

You can pay via PayPal or by credit card in Step 3 below. Or, if you want to mail a check: make it payable to PATAGONIA ART WALK, Mail to: PO Box 1002, Patagonia, AZ 85624

Artists are strongly encouraged to set up a  10' x 10' canopy or booth for their work… it will give you a presence and protect you from sun or rain.

Be sure to include a table and chairs in your setup. Be prepared for sales with change for cash sales, or a portable square for credit card sales.

We encourage you to bring a friend or two to help staff your booth, so you can engage with your customers and also have someone to watch your booth while you take a break and stroll around to meet other vendors.

The official hours for the public are 10 am to 4 pm…so you will probably arrive an hour earlier to set-up and an hour later for latecomers.
If you need a place to stay during Art Walk weekend, here are some options.

Hotel: Stage Stop Inn

Camping: TerraSol, Sanctuary at Sonoita Creek, Patagonia RV Park

Patagonia Airbnbs
The Patagonia Art Walk is an all-VOLUNTEER COMMUNITY EVENT.  
Now in its 20th year, this event was revived in 2021 after the pandemic, and is totally organized and run by volunteers. Join us! It's a great way to meet friendly people. Please contact Mary Sky Schoolcraft at 520-510-2851 if you’d like to volunteer!

The application period for the 2022 Patagonia Art Walk is now closed.  If you have questions, or need to follow up with Art Walk organizers, please contact us through the contact form below.  

What art, music, or business service do you offer?  What makes it special or distinct?  Tell us and the public about it in the form below.  

You can include a photo now, or upload that later.

We'll use what you submit for your Artist or Business listing on the Art Walk website. See example listings below.

If you are a new artist with questions about the event or application process, call Mary Sky Schoolcraft at 520-510-2851.


Description of your work / what you are selling — *exactly* as you want it to appear in your artist or business listing & publicity materials.  (80 words max). Include WEBSITE if you have one.

Click Pay Now, then enter your info. Under Payment tab, click "PayPal" method . On the Paypal page, login to your Paypal, or use the Credit Card option shown below login blanks.

Basic Artist / Vendor fee

  • We appreciate you and your art!

Artist fee + donation

  • Thank you for your extra support!

Business Sponsor

  • Thank you for being a Sponsor!
  • Patagonia, Arizona, United States