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ART RANCH's Sculpture Park/Magic Path offers a sensory experience of sights, sounds and desert aromas. Guests are encouraged to meander the Magic Path’s delightful ten acres of manicured nature trails featuring site-specific contemporary art installations and The Pollinator Project's Monarch Way Station. Observe the high desert landscape for native flora, fauna and dark sky constellations. A visit to ART RANCH'S Sculpture Park offers a refreshing respite, wonderful wanderings, earthy espyings and enlivening artworks. Fun with family, friends, or for an introspective stroll.

Sculpture Park, Adobe Barn Gallery & Gift Shop

Please contact us for more information about the artists, artworks or to make an art purchase

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ART RANCH is Charitable 501(c)(3) Non-Profit


'A Pollinator Evening'

Thanks for all attending our Pollinator event that took place on

Saturday, June 25, 2022. The sky was beautiful, the breeze refreshing and conversation educating.

Much Appreciation to the Presenters

Hilary Cox

Suzie Daigneault

Robert Elder

Charles LeFevre



Sharon Holnback & ART RANCH

for hosting the event

Looking forward to future

Art, Nature & History doings -

See you soon!

About The Presenters

Hilary Cox  "First and foremost I am a gardener - from England. Gardening led me to horticulture, which led to my establishing a garden design business. In my moves from the UK to Delaware and Indiana - I had become aware how native plants worked so much better than non-native, which led to my interest in botany and entomology, which duly inspired my designs. My gardens were often on national garden tours. I gave classes on gardening at IUPUI and I wrote for multiple gardening magazines and journals, plus I appeared on TV - teaching about gardening! More recently I learned about desert plants when working with Chuck LeFevre at the Kannally Ranch House gardens at Oracle State Park."

Suzie Daigneault is an environmental sculptor working with an emphasis on conservation. She is a lifelong gardener, environmentalist, and lover of nature. With more than three decades experience in mixed media, Susan Daigneault is also a graduate of the Colorado Institute of Art.

Robert Elder received an MS in Insect Physiology from the University of South Carolina in 1970 and a PhD in Zoology and Physiology from the University of Wyoming in 1980. He has 50 years of professional experience in environmental science with academia, government, industry and consulting firms.  His career included positions in South Carolina, Wyoming, Alaska and Indonesia.  He served as the Director of Environmental Compliance for Atlantic Richfield Company for 10 years at Prudhoe Bay, Alaska.  He and his wife, Jenine, moved to Oracle, Arizona from Alaska eleven years ago. He has been a docent at the Arizona Sonora Desert Museum for nine years.

Charles LeFevre is a NAU biology graduate with 40 years horticultural experience.

Interested in exploring the intersection of conventional landscaping with ecological restoration. He favors the use of local native plants and passively harvested rainwater. He has worked on exotic weed eradication with Arizona Native Plant Society volunteers.

Make a Donation to ART RANCH Pollinator Project Today!

Photographs © Patricia Katchur 2022

Suzie Daigneault's Pollinator Project

Along  the ART RANCH Magic Path

Vignettes of Our Sonoran Desert Friends

Painted Ladies on Native Flora 

Leaf Cutters keeping busy

Evening Light

Photographs © Suzie Daigneault 2022

Pollinator Garden Prepping emphasizing Native plants (while clearing out the invasive)

Garden Prep Photos © Patricia Katchur