Tucson is home to some of the West’s best-known painters, whose work will be shown together in a museum setting for the first time.
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With a wink and a nod to yesterday’s masters, contemporary realists offer fresh perspectives on the traditional still-life, figurative, and landscape genres, altering our perceptions of the commonplace.
Focus on artists David Marty, Laura Griffith, and James Randle
Ocean Sky VII #10 by Susan George By Devon Jackson SUSAN GEORGE’S PAINTINGS SHINE with a kind of sunlit nostalgia. Her renderings of oceans, beaches, and skies, saturated with color and radiant light, evoke pleasant memories and a sense of tranquility. George incorporates still lifes into her landscapes, too, with beach umbrellas, chaise lounges, and [...]
Whether playful ravens or resting cows, sculptor Peter Woytuk finds freedom of expression in animal forms
Maryland sculptor Bart Walter captures the spirit and personality of wild animals
David Ligare combines ancient myths with contemporary California landscapes
Top animal artists rely on wild game farms to help them closely observe their subjects
Stock Schlueter paints the landscape with a subtle plain-spokenness