This section is about to be rebuilt to a new format that will eventually list (at no charge) every Tucson artist who wants to be here. There'll be one image of each artist's work, as well as lists of artists by name and by the types of art they do.
One-of-a-kind jewelry from Rubina Gallo
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Linoleum cut prints by Mary Lou Williams
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Art by Steven Derks
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Corinne was raised and educated in the Chicago art scene. She recently relocated her custom mural and faux finishing business to Tucson, where she hopes to leave a lasting impact with her unique contemporary stylings.
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Russell is an award winning portrait painter, classically trained at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. His work is in Corporate and private collections across the country and in Europe. Landscapes and Western subjects also make up a large portion of his work. Russell is listed in John Castagno’s American Artists: Signatures and Monograms 1800 to 1989. (Scarecrow Press 1989)
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Inspired by the art of Persia, India and Arabia Catherine Eyde’s paintings continue to evolve in eastern oriented work. Her media includes painting, drawing, prints, illustration and commisson work.
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My work takes shape as abstract and symbolic images, reflected in a moment of time. I’m a cultural nomad, influenced by the natural world. Most of my paintings incorporate water based media, and I also enjoy experimenting with new uses for common materials.
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I do mostly nature and travel photography. The work I enjoy most is more abstract than realistic — though most of the work on my site is realistic.
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