Happenings

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3 Exhibitions

Artists Reception Saturday, February 9, 5:30-7:30pm
Exhibitions February 10 – March 11, 2019
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Monsieur et Monsieur Valerie Galloway     New Artworks Celebrating Love!

Welcome  Heather Bentz     Collages + Paintings

Kinetics &  Aesthetics Elizabeth Frank . Rameen Ahmed Designs . Little Toro Designs . Sharon Holnback . Patricia Katchur    Mobiles, Jewelry & Wall Art

‘Monsieur et Monsieur’ is Valerie Galloway’s newest series of ink & watercolor paintings. Known for her evocative artworks,  Valerie pushes boundaries with her embracing explosion of color and positivity.  Her technique often involves repetitive patterning of dots, lines and shapes. Her sense of color is quite exquisite.  A celebration of love!

Tucson newcomer Heather Bentz’s contemporary collages and paintings  offer intriguing  abstractions.  Her sense of color, shape and layering entice the viewer into a world  of fuzzy goodness. Welcome Heather Bentz!

‘Kinetics + Aesthetics’ is an exploration of style, movement and suspension. Artists Elizabeth Frank, Rameen Ahmed Designs, Sharon Holnback, Tawney Weir (Little Toro Designs) & Patricia Katchur each offer a different creative craft and process. Fun and fabulous mobiles, jewelry and wall art.

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Past Happenings

 

Hirsch's Shoes, 2018Sunshine Shop Presents
Andy Burgess: Sunshine Mile Modern

Exhibition: October 5 – November 25, 2018
Tucson Modernism Week Opening Night & Artist Reception: Friday, October 5, 5:30-8:00

Sunshine Shop Tucson, 2934 East Broadway Blvd, Tucson AZ 85716
located in Tucson Historic Preservation Foundation’s Hirsh’s Shoes Bldg.

A Tucson Modernism Week Affiliate Event

Andy Burgess insightfully reinterprets the Desert Modern architecture of Tucson’s Sunshine Mile in a series of intimate watercolor studies specifically created to highlight the midcentury modern aesthetics of this historic retail boulevard. The sublime architectural elements of each building represent the iconic era as Tucson flourished from a small downtown into an urban city. Andy’s abstracted shapes and mnemonic colors subsume the midcentury modern style – evoking a time of prosperity and design.

Known for his ephemera-based collages, cityscapes, and large-scale multidimensional paintings of archetypal midcentury modern architecture, Andy is also a photographer. His vast versatility has enabled him to successfully launch Dark Spring Press – publishing a series of limited + special editions of contemporary photographers. The Tucson Museum of Art featured Andy’s artworks earlier this year in the exhibit Mid-Century Perspectives: Paintings by Andy Burgess and Objects of Modern Design.  In 2018, Nazraeli Press published his monograph Modernist House Paintings. Andy Burgess is courtesy Etherton Gallery.

Originally from London, Andy Burgess currently resides in Tucson, Arizona.

                                                                                                              Patricia Katchur, July 2018

 

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