Event Title: Local Artist Paints Mural at Coyote Pause Cafe
Neighborhoods: West Tucson
Contact: Kerstin Block
Originally from Colorado Springs, Colorado, Casados’ artistic contributions to the Tucson art community has been ongoing and inspiring as a past participant in the Artist-in-Residency Program at Arizona State Museum, and art teacher at the Tucson Museum of Art School, Tucson Parks and Recreation, and local elementary schools. In addition to the 600 square foot mural he painted at Coyote Pause Café, he also decorated the neighboring Cat Mountain Lodge bed & breakfast and Spencer’s Observatory. Casados has painted many custom murals in Tucson, including the murals at Native Seeds and Piney Hollow at their previous 4th Avenue locations. He can be found at the Fourth Avenue Street Fairs or Tucson Meet Yourself doing face paintings. Casados currently teaches chess to children at Montessori School where, like painting, he teaches useful strategies that will be used later in life.
In a friendly and cheerful atmosphere Coyote Pause Café offers healthy innovative food that is simple, healthy, and with a Southwestern twist. The menu is inspired by local desert foods, including prickly pears, mesquite beans, and fry bread. Vegetarian choices are available. The covered patio offers year-round dining in comfort. Takeout orders are available. Guests at nearby Cat Mountain Lodge bed & breakfast receive complimentary breakfast or lunch with each overnight stay.
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Breakfast served all-day on Sundays, and until 12-noon on all other days.
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