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Tucson Artists’ Open Studios

April 14th, 2015 by samhughesinn

Tucson Artists’ Open Studios

Tucson Artists' Open Studios

 

The Arts Brigade event,Tucson Artists’ Open Studios comes to town next weekend, April 18 & 19, 2015 from 11AM to 5PM. This annual event will showcase more than 120 artists, and 80 studios and galleries exhibiting the work of these many multi-talented local artists. You don’t have to go to a major US city to find fabulous artistic talent; it’s right here in our own backyards.

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The incredible variety of artistic offerings available include paintings, wooden carvings, ceramics, sculpture, bronze work, historic preservation miniatures, oil paintings, printmaking, photography, intaglio, watercolors, pen & ink drawings, mixed media collage, steel & stainless steel work, clay, glass sculpture, jewelry, paper mâché, pottery, leather work, acrylic on canvas, handwoven wearable art, glass wind chimes, fiber arts, gelatin silver prints, vintage button jewelry, retablos, painted paper castings, graphite on paper, charcoal portraits, note cards, tile furniture and accessories, artisan toys, stone work and artist books. This is a wonderful time to find unique gifts for your own enjoyment or for the special people on your shopping list.

This is your opportunity to talk to the artist whose work you admire and see demonstrations of some of their work. For the tenth year, this artist initiated event invites the visitor into his or her creative space to see what moves them, the type of work they do and of course, to buy some of it..

Most destinations are in downtown Tucson and their locations and the names of all the artists are listed by zip code at TucsonOpenStudios.com. More information and a map for the self guided tour can be found in the April issue of Zocalo Magazine/ on page 21. The magazine, which connects artists to the community can be found free at over 350 locations around the city. Check their website for the digital version or to subscribe to the magazine or to an email list of artistic events throughout the year.

Pink Door Gallery

Art by Ester Rogoway
Old Artisans Shops
Pink Door Gallery

Old Town Artisans , The Pink Door Studio and Gallery, 201 N Court Ave.,Tucson AZ.85701
520-444-6481     estherogoway@gmail.com

The Pink Door Studio and Gallery is a gem found in the heart of the historic Presidio. The Pink Door Studio and Gallery features the finest works of art in original oil, acrylic, watercolor, contemporary sculpture, art glass, ceramics, hand-painted furniture, and exquisite jewelry. The collection includes those with world-renowned reputations as well as cutting edge emerging artists. The Pink Door Gallery and Studio is committed to excellence in its art and in providing you with personal, professional service. Located in The Old Town Artisan building, The Pink Door Studio and Gallery provides a wonderful setting to view one of a kind art and jewelry.

This month , April 18th and 19th, 11:am to 5:00PM, we will be open for The Tucson  Studio Tour.  Please join us for a day of fun and art. Several of our artists will be in attendance, and  demonstrating  their talents. Featured artist: Esther Rogoway 

There will be music and food at  La Cocina Restaurant located on the patio
Seven Galleries and Shops & two Restaurants are located at Old Town Artisans.

 

Tucson Museum of Art Spring Artisans Market

March 26th, 2015 by samhughesinn

Tucson Museum of Art Spring Artisans Market

Tucson Museum of Art Spring Artisans Market

Spring Artisans Market

Tucson Museum of Art’s Spring Artisans Market is only one reason to visit the museum. The show, held twice yearly in the outdoor areas surrounding the museum, features more than a hundred fine artists and crafts people from all over the Southwest. The spring show will be held March 27, 28 & 29, 2015 and is a “don’t miss” event where you can soak up the fine weather, lunch inside or out at the adorable little Cafe a la C’art, shop for yourself or for gifts and, of course, take in the museum’s permanent and temporary exhibits. Admission is free to the show and to the museum as well. Open 10AM to 5PM.

The museum is located within the Historic Block, formerly part of the original Presidio of Tucson, which includes La Casa Cordoba, J. Knox Corbett House, Edward Nye Fish House, Romero House & Stevens/Duffield House – all wonderful representations of early Tucson architecture.The five properties surround the museum’s more modern building which contains most of its galleries.If you miss the March artisans market, the museum will host another one, called the Holiday Market, in November of 2015.

Gift Shop
A favorite place inside is the museum’s gift shop, full of items you can’t live without. Admission is free and hours are the same as the museum’s. Long time TMA employee, John McNulty, a renowned ceramicist in his own right, is the retail manager of the museum gift shop and responsible for every fabulous item appearing on its shelves, from kitschy small treasures to more expensive pieces of fine Southwest jewelry.

Exhibitions
An upcoming museum exhibition features Surfaces: Photographs by Fritz Kaeser, April 24 to July 5, 2015. Permanent exhibitions include the Art of Latin America, Art of the American West, Modern & Contemporary Art and Rare Books & Manuscripts.

The museum is open Tuesday through Sunday and is located on a full city block within the historic El Presidio district. Its official address is 140 N. Main Avenue and its parking lot is just across the street. Hours are 10AM to 5PM.

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