Back in 1971, two business partners named Schultz and Lutz decided to combine resources—their names and begin a home ... More
Back in 1971, two business partners named Schultz and Lutz decided to combine resources—their names and begin a home furnishings emporium in Old Town. They no longer own the business but the shop remains synonymous with beautifully crafted items for the home. These include colorful hand-painted dinnerware, ceramic wall hangings and clay sculptures by the likes of Arizona's Jacqueline Jackson. Among the seven showrooms, the one in the very front of the store displays a series of wind chimes, each with different members of the animal kingdom—killer whales, doves and belugas—strung kabob-like on a single strand of twine.
Mike and Martha Gowen operate their Old Town gallery as a showcase for a number of local artists. You can
find their award winning works here at Gowen Arts. On sale are works by John Saunders, Jim Anderson, Nikki ...
The question on the mind of any visitor to this Old Town photography gallery is: How can owner Ed Wolfe
sell a 16x20, matted and framed print of Ansel Adams' "Moonrise over Hernandez New Mexico" for less than $400? ...
The star of this Old Town gallery is serigraph master Doug West and rightly so. An entire wall of this
shop is devoted to examples of his meticulously rendered Southwestern landscapes, whose muted colors evoke the vastness of a ...