A place dedicated to the work of well-known Tucson artist Diana Madaras, this gallery showcases originals, prints, calendars ... More
A place dedicated to the work of well-known Tucson artist Diana Madaras, this gallery showcases originals, prints, calendars and note cards in an intimate setting. Her paintings, which have been exhibited in the Tucson Museum of Art as well as in several corporate collections, include images of Tucson, Mexico and the Sonoran Desert in lively colors and make for great souvenirs from the Southwest to take home, or send home as postcards.
Located just west of the University of Arizona campus, the Arizona Historical Society features permanent and long term exhibits from
Spanish Colonial times to the 20th century—including a replica of a mine shaft invoking Arizona's long history of gold, ...
The Museum of Contemporary Art, formerly known as the non profit Toole Shed Studios Artists Collective, houses about 15 artists
and includes meeting space, classrooms and private studios. Tucson artists have turned an ugly unused warehouse into an art ...
Ettore "Ted" de Grazia, Tucson's most famous painter, left his studio/gallery in the Catalina foothills for the public to enjoy
as a museum of Southwestern art. The building is made from adobe surrounded by cactus and other desert plants. ...