JOY FOX sculpture, DUNCAN MARTIN paintings, BRUCE McGREW (1937-1999) watercolors
March 27-May 3
Three gallery artists fill the Main Gallery with clay sculpture and landscapes on canvas and paper. Joy Fox is one of the nation’s leading clay sculptors, creating a menagerie of imaginary beings.
Her mythical constructs evoke prehistoric art in their primitiveness and intricate surfaces. The terracotta sculptures are combined with found objects.
Duncan Martin continues his expressionist landscape project, 58 IN 58 which is a journey to all 58 National Parks in a 58 month period. His rich colors and heightened darks and shadows are in raw emotional response to the exquisite beauty of America’s premier scenery.
The late Bruce McGrew (1937-1999) has been one of the most influential players in Tucson’s contemporary art scene, having schooled hundreds of artists during his 30-year career at the University of Arizona School of Art. His trademark Unfolding Landscape series of master watercolors form 1980-1990 record his impressions of the region in its constantly changing light.
LOCATION: 154 E 6th Street, Tucson 85705
Open Tuesday - Friday 11am to 5pm
Saturday 11am to 4pm
PARKING AND ADMISSION: Free
CONTACT: Mike Dominguez
PHONE: (520) 629-9759