Meet one of the first female gallery owners in Arizona

 Lisa Sette has blazed trails in a quiet and unassuming manner for more than three decades. Sette is one of the first female gallery owners in Arizona. She had one of the most popular galleries in Old Town Scottsdale and in 2015 when she moved to a new location in Mid-town Phoenix. She is known for discovering new artists and also displaying the work of innovative and groundbreaking artists from around the world. A graduate of ASU, she was inspired to attend the school after reading a book in high school by one of the school’s famous professors. See more of her work at https://lisasettegallery.com/ 

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