Copper, the 29th element, is prized for its excellent malleability, conductivity, and ductility. Celebrating Arizona’s Centennial as well as its status as is the leading copper-producing state in the U.S, this juried exhibition features contemporary artwork that is made primarily of copper. The juror for this exhibition was David Huang, a renowned metalsmith known for his raised copper vessels.

This exhibition was produced in conjunction with the annual conference of the Society of North American Goldsmiths (SNAG).


Opening Reception:
Friday, May 25, 2012 (7-10pm)

FREE and Open to the Public

• Musical Entertainment by JT’s Island Steel
• Artists in Attendance
• Benefit Raffle Drawing (Raffle items on display and tickets available for purchase starting Friday, May 18. Contact Betty at 480-644-6567 for more information or visit Mesa Contemporary Arts’ front desk.)

• Light Refreshments and Cash Bar