Steel Art for Buckeye

The steel artwork of desert flora and fauna has been underway for 2 years. It is exciting to see thick steel turned into recognizable barrel cactus, prickly pear, saguaro and ocotillo. In a short while you will be crossing the intersection of Monroe Avenue and 4th Street in Historic Downtown Buckeye and spot the colorful cacti and animals. This project has been a collaboration of many artists...
read more

Summer/Fall 2018 Newsletter

3/26/18 –  Buckeye Main Street Coalition President Charlene Powers and Secretary Christy McAchran get inspired at National Main Street Conference in Kansas City Union Station Building. -Download Full Edition Below-
read more

BUCKEYE SHOP SMALL NOV 24, 2018

Celebrate #SmallBizSat with us on Nov 24! #ShopSmall and share the business you love. #BackedByAmex
read more

Talkin’ Trash

This week Hondo Jimenez and Buckeye Union High School Welding students are cutting, shaping and building 2 of the 4 steel cut structures to go along with custom fabricated trash cans.  This project started in 2017 as part of the 4th Street and Monroe roadway intersection beautification project.       Zachery and Alejandro are figuring out how the Roadrunner wings could be welded...
read more

2018 Helzarockin’ Gem & Mineral Show

Lee Gonzales Buckeye Jewelry Artist James and Lee Gonzales will be vendors at the upcoming 2018 Helzarockin’ Gem & Mineral Show October 12-14 in Historic Downtown Buckeye, Arizona.  I spoke with Lee recently to learn where her inspiration for wrapping copper and threading gemstones to make her sought after jewelry and art. Lara: Do you cut and polish stones? Lee: My Dad who was a rock...
read more