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November 2012 Gallery & Museum Events

Author: Judy Harper
Issue: November, 2012, Page 178

Peaceful Pueblo
Cathy Demko lived in Arizona as a child and quickly fell in love with the Southwest landscape and the vastness and solitude of the desert. Although she now resides in Arkansas, the artist spends her winter months in Sedona. “Arizona is my home, and my heart is really here,” Demko says, explaining that when she returns each year, she believes, “I am back home now.” Demko’s paintings are on display Nov. 15-24 at May Gallery in Scottsdale. Pictured is “Old Pueblo,” a mixed-media diptych, 30"H x 60"W. For more information, visit, or call (480) 922-1801.

Arizona Art Alliance Gallery—9011 E. Indian Bend Rd., Scottsdale, (602) 870-7610. Arizona Art Alliance and the Eternal Freedom Foundation of America pay tribute to the military with “Honoring Our Veterans,” featuring works by veterans; and a second exhibit showcasing works by Art Alliance juried members called “America—What a Great Country.” Both shows take place Nov. 1-25, and offer examples of art that reflect upon the freedoms that Americans hold so dear.

Arizona Museum for Youth—35 N. Robson St., Mesa, (480) 644-2467. Artists illustrate cash, coins, loot, wealth and other treasures in “Show Me the Money,” through
Jan. 20.

Arizona Science Center—600 E. Washington St., Phoenix, (602) 716-2000. “Mysterious Dinosaurs,” through Jan. 1; and “LEGO Travel Adventure,” through Jan. 1.

The Artists Gallery—16858 Avenue of the Fountains, Fountain Hills, (480) 836-9919. Guests can meet and enjoy artwork by artists from the Superstition Mountain Art League as the gallery hosts a wine and cheese reception from 5 to 7 p.m. Nov. 8.

ASU Art Museum—ASU Nelson Fine Arts Center, 51 E. 10th St., Tempe, (480) 965-2787. “Ant Farm Media Van v.08 (Time Capsule),” through Dec. 1; and “Trajectory: Miguel Palma,” through Feb. 9.

Bonner David Galleries—7040 E. Main St., Scottsdale,, (480) 941-8500. “Carved in Stone: Shona Sculpture From Zimbabwe,” through Nov. 7, features works by siblings Agnes, Moses and Wellington Nyanhongo.

Calvin Charles Gallery—4201 N. Marshall Way, Scottsdale, (480) 421-1818. The gallery presents “Petite: A Group Exhibition of Small Works” from 7 to 9 p.m. Nov. 8. Featured artists include Jennyfer Stratman, Pascal, Deborah Paswaters, Mary Meyers, Robin Daniels, Gennaro Garcia, Patricia Sherwood, and Leigh Sherman.

Carstens Fine Art Studio & Gallery—7077 E. Main St., Scottsdale,, (602) 819-3212. Landscape and skyscape paintings by Cyndy Carstens are on display Nov. 1-30; and hand-thrown functional ceramics by guest artist Ashley Gauntt, Nov. 1-Jan. 5. An artist reception to introduce Gauntt’s pottery takes place from 6 to 9 p.m. Nov. 8, and includes refreshments, and live music by classical guitarist Aaron Torres.

Challenger Space Center—21170 N. 83rd Ave., Peoria,, (623) 322-2012. “They Came From Outer Space,” through Dec. 31, 2013, examines the life and work of Geoff Notkin, author, explorer, science writer, meteorite specialist, photographer and host of TV’s hit series “Meteorite Men.”

Chandler Center for the Arts Gallery—250 N. Arizona Ave., Chandler, (480) 782-2695. More than 60 handmade quilts are on exhibit in “ArtQuilts Year XVII: Integrating a Paradox,” Nov. 2-Jan. 19. Guests can meet the artists at a reception from 6 to 8 p.m. Nov. 2.

Coconino Center for the Arts—2300 N. Fort Valley Rd., Flagstaff, (928) 779-2300. “It’s Elemental,” Nov. 20-Dec. 20, celebrates the talent and creativity of regional craftspeople. The exhibit includes objects created from clay, wood, fiber, paper, metal and glass.

Colonial Frontiers—244 S. Park Ave., Tucson,, (520) 622-7400. “Artifacts as Art: Amazonian Cultures Hidden in the Rainforest,” through Nov. 30.

Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center—30 W. Dale St., Colorado Springs, Colo.,, (719) 634-5581. “Convolutions,” through Nov. 4; “Floyd D. Tunson: Son of Pop,” through Jan. 20; and “A Mural in the Making: Eric Bransby and Trevor Thomas,” Nov. 17-Jan. 6.

Colores—7100 Main St., Scottsdale, (480) 947-1489. Western art that epitomizes the ideals, passions and history of the West is on display in “Rough and Tumble,” Nov. 1-Dec. 5. Featured artists include Amy Watts, James Swanson, Thom Ross, Chaille Trevor, Sarah Webber, Jim Nelson, Doug Weigel, Fran Larsen, and Tracy Miller. The show includes a special remembrance for the late Paul Sheldon, whose paintings of traditional working cowboys were sourced from antique photos and documents.

Deer Valley Rock Art Center—3711 W. Deer Valley Rd., Phoenix,, (602) 582-8007. Featuring the largest concentration of Native American petroglyphs in the Phoenix area, the center showcases more than 1,500 petroglyphs made between 500 and 7,000 years ago. Guests can learn about the Sonoran Desert birds that make this nature preserve their home during Desert Bird Tours from 9 to 10 a.m. Wednesdays, Nov. 7-28. An American Indian Heritage Festival takes place from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Nov. 17.

DeGrazia Gallery in the Sun—6300 N. Swan Rd., Tucson,, (520) 299-9191. “Portraits of DeGrazia,” through Jan. 20, features more than 50 portraits by dozens of artists, including Harley Brown, Louise Serpa, and Thomas Hart Benton. Included are oil paintings, watercolors, sculpture and photography, plus 12 of DeGrazia’s self-portraits.

Denver Art Museum—100 W. 14th Ave. Pkwy., Denver, (720) 865-5000. “Sleight of Hand,” through Nov. 25; “Theodore Waddell’s Abstract Angus,” through Dec. 2; “El Anatsui: When I Last Wrote to You About Africa,” through Dec. 30; “Becoming Van Gogh,” through Jan. 20; “Dana Schutz: If the Face Had Wheels,” Nov. 11-Jan. 13; and “All That Glistens: A Century of Japanese Lacquer,” Nov. 18-Oct. 5.

Desert Artisans’ Gallery— 6536 E. Tanque Verde Rd., Tucson,  (520) 722-4412. “Desert Hues of Autumn,” through Nov. 25, showcases works by Sharon Bertrand, Le Craven, Nancy Cressler, Margaret Davis, Judith Probst, and Dikki Van Helsland. The gallery celebrates its silver anniversary with a “25th Anniversary Art Gala,” Nov. 27-Feb. 3. Featured artists for this exhibit include Wanita Christensen, Joan Fimbel DiGiovanni, Karen Kos, Darlene LeClair, Susan Libby, and Emely McConkey. A reception for the artists takes place from 5 to 7 p.m. Nov. 30. The gallery also introduces its “Meet the Artist” series from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Nov. 13-17, as Carol Hegedus is on-site creating handmade tiles.

Desert Caballeros Western Museum—21 N. Frontier St., Wickenburg, (928) 684-2272. “On Hallowed Ground: Maria Sharylen Paints the Pimeria Alta,” through Dec. 2; and “Don’t Fence Me In: Ludvic Paints the West,” through Jan. 6. Guests can meet Ludvic during a “Conversation With the Artist” from noon to 1 p.m. Nov. 6.

Etherton Gallery—135 S. Sixth Ave., Tucson,, (520) 624-7370. “Seeing in Silver: John Loengard, Ralph Gibson, Harry Callahan,” through Jan. 5, celebrates the fragility and beauty of the handmade photograph. A reception takes place from 7 to 10 p.m. Nov. 3.

Exposures International Gallery of Fine Art—561 S.R. 179, Sedona, (800) 526-7668. “Memories in Bronze,” Nov. 1-30, showcases the timeless sculpture of Marianne Caroselli. Using her children and grandchildren as models, the artist incorporates tenderness and passion into each work. Guests can meet the artist during a Sedona First Friday reception from 5 to 8 p.m. Nov. 2.

Gallery Andrea­­—7019 E. Main St., Scottsdale, (480) 481-2530. Figurative paintings by Joanna Zjawinska and florals by Andrea Zakrzewski are on display Nov. 1-30.

Georgia O’Keeffe Museum—217 Johnson St., Santa Fe,, (505) 946-1000. “Georgia O’Keeffe and the Faraway: Nature and Image,” through May 5.

Goldenstein Gallery—390 N. S.R. 89A, Sedona,, (928) 204-1765. “The Women’s Show,” Nov. 2-30, celebrates the feminine perspective of the visual arts, with works by Liz Wolf, Tiffany Miller, Jourdan Dern, Mary Fisher, Sherab Khandro, and Adele Serond.

Heard Museum—2301 N. Central Ave., Phoenix,, (602) 252-8848. “Native American Bolo Ties: Vintage and Contemporary,” through Nov. 4; “Beyond Geronimo: The Apache Experience,” through Jan. 13; “Namingha Family: Landscape, Form and Light,” through Jan. 27; “Native Words, Native Warriors,” through March 3; “Navajo Code Talkers: Photographs by Kenji Kawano,” through March 3; and “Retha Walden Gambaro: Attitudes of Prayer,” through Dec. 31, 2013.

Heard Museum North—The Summit at Scottsdale, 32633 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale,, (480) 488-9817. Navajo photographers celebrate the beauty of their home, their land and contemporary life in “Through the Lens: Diné Photographers,” through Nov. 25.

Joan Cawley Gallery—7135 E. Main St., Scottsdale,, (480) 947-3548. Acrylic washes by Michael Swearngin are on display Nov. 8-21. Guests can meet the artist at an opening reception from 6:30 to 9 p.m. Nov. 8. Michael and Carol Ruff Franza also are in the gallery from 10:30 a.m. to noon Nov. 10, participating in the Main Street Quick Draw event. An auction of works follows at 12:30 p.m. at Main Street and Marshall Way.

Kolb Studio—Grand Canyon National Park, South Rim,, (800) 858-2808. Artwork from the Grand Canyon Celebration of Art is on exhibit through Nov. 25.

Landis Studio/Gallery—7077 E. Main St., Scottsdale,, (602) 576-0406. Abstract geometric acrylic paintings by Lori Landis are on exhibit in “White and Black and Color In Between,” through Nov. 15. The artist explores “Moments in Color,” Nov. 16-Jan. 5.

Lanning Gallery—Hozho Center, 431 S.R. 179, Sedona, (928) 282-6865. “Randall LaGro: Theatre of Dreams,” opens with an artist reception from 5 to 8 p.m. Nov. 2 and continues through Nov. 11. The show includes new paintings that engage the viewer with veiled imagery and subtly surprising details.

Larsen Gallery—3705 N. Bishop Lane, Scottsdale,, (480) 941-0900. “A Journey Through the Woods,” through Nov. 30, showcases collaborative sculpture by Roger Asay and Rebecca Davis. Drawing upon the raw matter of nature, the artists work together to create sculptures made from found materials that are pieced together in random arrangements inspired by natural occurrences, such as log jams, beaver dams or birds’ nests.

Lisa Sette Gallery—4142 N. Marshall Way, Scottsdale, (480) 990-7342. Sculpture by Kim Cridler and paintings by David Kroll are on exhibit Nov. 1-Dec. 29.

All I Need Is Love
Bonner David Galleries in Scottsdale celebrates its 10th
anniversary with a show featuring works from all 30 of its artists, Nov. 8-Dec. 4. Guests can meet many of the artists at a reception from 6 to 9 p.m. Nov. 8 during the Scottsdale ArtWalk, or request an invitation to a collectors’ reception from 7 to 9 p.m. Nov. 9. Among the featured artists is Ron Burns, who uses “brilliant saturated colors to capture the personalities of the dogs and cats that nurture us. Their eyes hold nothing back, whether it’s love or fear, heartbreak or admiration,” reflects Burns. “Every portrait begins with the eyes—they have to, because from there, all the life and personality radiate outward.” Pictured is “Lizzy,” acrylic on canvas, 18"H x 14"W. For more information, visit, or call (480) 941-8500.
Madaras Gallery—3001 E. Skyline Dr., Tucson, (520) 615-3001. Diana Madaras unveils 20 new original paintings in “Color & Joy,” through Nov. 15. The show includes abstract acrylics and contemporary florals, as well as a few new Western compositions and landscapes.

Mark Sublette Medicine Man Gallery—6872 E. Sunrise Dr., Tucson, (520) 722-7798. Paintings by P.A. Nisbet are in the spotlight in “Journeys Out of the West,” through Nov. 2. “Mell Modern,” Nov. 16-Dec. 14, features new works by internationally known Southwestern painter and sculptor Ed Mell. Guests can meet the artist at a reception from 5 to 7 p.m. Nov. 16.

Mesa Contemporary Arts—1 E. Main St., Mesa,, (480) 644-6500. “El Melting Pot,” through Nov. 25; “Ballerina: Photography by Bob Carey,” through Dec. 2; “Flow: 10 Years of Glass at Mesa Arts Center,” through Dec. 30; “Fire & Sand: Contemporary American Glass,” through Jan. 6; and “Glass Secessionism,” through Jan. 6.

Millicent Rogers Museum—1504 Millicent Rogers Rd., Taos, N.M., (575) 758-2462. “Unknown Was a Woman,” through Dec. 31.

Modified Arts—407 E. Roosevelt St., Phoenix,, (602) 462-5516. “Sue Chenoweth: Real and Applied,” Nov. 16-Dec. 31.

Museum of International Folk Art—706 Camino Lejo, Santa Fe,, (505) 476-1200. “Young Brides, Old Treasures: Macedonian Embroidered Dress,” through Jan. 6; and “Folk Art of the Andes,” through March 10.

Museum of Northern Arizona—3101 N. Ft. Valley Rd., Flagstaff,, (928) 774-5213. “Mountain Lion,” through Aug. 4, focuses on these predators that rely on their camouflage, superb eyesight and speed to survive.

Musical Instrument Museum—4725 E. Mayo Blvd., Phoenix,, (480) 478-6000. “I Am AZ Music: MIM Celebrates 100 Years of Arizona Music,” through Jan. 13.

New Mexico History Museum—113 Lincoln Ave., Santa Fe, (505) 476-5200. “Native American Portraits: Points of Inquiry,” through Nov. 4; “47 Stars: Mark the Centennial at the History Museum,” through Nov. 25; “Contemplative Landscape,” through Dec. 30; “Illuminating the Word: The Saint John’s Bible,” through Dec. 30; and “Altared Spaces: The Shrines of New Mexico,” through Feb. 10.

New Mexico Museum of Art—107 W. Palace Ave., Santa Fe,, (505) 476-5072. “It’s About Time: 14,000 Years of Art in New Mexico,” through Jan. 31, 2014.

Open Range Gallery—7077 E. Main St., Scottsdale, (480) 946-0044. The American Society of Traditional Artists hosts its annual show, through Nov. 10.

Palm Springs Art Museum—101 Museum Dr., Palm Springs, Calif.,, (760) 322-4800. “Southwest Textiles and Native American Art From the Permanent Collection,” through Dec. 30; “Make It Work: Material Matters in Art and Design,” through Jan. 20; and “Antibodies: The Works of Fernando and Humberto Campana, 1989-2009,” Nov. 10-Feb. 24.

Philabaum Glass Gallery & Studio—711 S. Sixth Ave., Tucson, (520) 884-7404. The gallery celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Studio Glass Movement with “Glass Pioneers,” through Nov. 30. The show includes works by Michael Nourot and Cynthia Miller. The annual holiday studio sale, which includes this year’s collection of Christmas ornaments, takes place from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Nov. 23-24. Glassblowing demonstrations are held throughout the event.

Phippen Museum—4701 Hwy. 89 North, Prescott,, (928) 778-1385. “Shadows of the Mesa,” through Feb. 3; and “Through Navajo Eyes,” Nov. 10-Feb. 17.

Phoenix Art Museum—1625 N. Central Ave., Phoenix,, (602) 257-1222. “The Politics of Place: Latin American Photography, Past and Present,” through Dec. 2;
“Modern Spirit: Fashion of the 1920s,” through Feb. 10; and “West Select: A New Western Classic,” Nov. 11-Dec. 31.

Pinnacle Gallery—23417 N. Pima Rd., Scottsdale,, (480) 563-9800. Handmade art glass, ceramics, and works in metal and wood are on exhibit in “Niches, Niches, Niches,” Nov. 1-30. The gallery recently incorporated these recessed spaces onsite to demonstrate how scale, color, form, texture and medium can provide a coordinated look that enhances home decor.

Powell Museum—6 N. Lake Powell Rd., Page,, (928) 645-9496. “Catchin’ Current,” through Feb. 28, showcases new watercolor and large-scale oil paintings by Serena Supplee that explore her close connection with the Grand Canyon as a sanctuary for creative outlet and spiritual renewal.

Prescott Center for the Arts—208 N. Marina St., Prescott,, (928) 445-3286. “Do You Know Me,” through Nov. 3, offers a trip through time with artworks focusing on legendary figures and events, whether mythological, historical or contemporary. Stories and biographies accompany each work of art. The center hosts its annual holiday show, Nov. 16-Dec. 15, featuring a wide array of gift items, including fine art, photographs, glass, wood turnings, handmade scarves, pottery, jewelry, toys and holiday decor.

Pueblo Grande Museum—4619 E. Washington St., Phoenix,, (602) 495-0900. “Living in the Desert: Decisions and Consequences,” through Aug. 31, explores tradeoffs made in the quest for desert sustainability in ancient, historic and modern times.

Rogoway Turquoise Tortoise Gallery—5 Calle Baca Rd., Tubac, (520) 398-2041. Eight of the gallery’s most popular artists—three sculptors and five painters—share new works and demonstrate their talents from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Nov. 3-4 during the city’s “An Art Experience” festival.

San Diego Natural History Museum—1788 El Prado, San Diego,, (619) 255-0189. “Vavra’s Vision: Equine Images,” through Jan. 2; “The Horse,” through Jan. 20; “Bold,” through Feb. 18; and “Chocolate,” through March 10.

Santa Barbara Museum of Art—1130 State St., Santa Barbara, Calif., (805) 963-4364. “Scene on the Street: Doug Busch,” through Dec. 2; and “The Artful Recluse: Painting, Poetry and Politics in 17th-Century China,” through Jan. 20.

Scottsdale Exhibition Gallery—7100 E. Main St., Scottsdale, (480) 990-9988. “Elements of Gesture,” featuring new paintings by Renee Vance of Tucson, and Alain Moulis of Phoenix, opens with a reception from 7 to 9 p.m. Nov. 1. The show continues through Nov. 30.

Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art—7374 E. Second St., Scottsdale,, (480) 874-4666. “Sherin Guirguis and Carrie Marill,” through Jan. 6; “West of Center: Art and the Counterculture Experiment in America, 1956-1977,” through Jan. 6; “Steering the Spaceship Earth: Teens Respond to the Whole Earth Catalog,” through Jan. 6; and “Architecture + Art: Hector Zamora,” through Jan. 27.

Sedona Arts Center—15 Art Barn Rd., Sedona,, (928) 282-3809. “A Centennial Treasure: Lillian Wilhelm Smith Exhibition” continues through Nov. 10. The illustrator and painter (1882-1971) is known for her Arizona landscapes and portraits.

Shemer Art Center—5005 E. Camelback Rd., Phoenix, (602) 262-4727. “Arizona Fiber Arts Juried Exhibition,” through Nov. 15, focuses on weaving, quilting, needlework, fiber, sculpture, knitting, papermaking and wearable art. “Microdwell 2012,” Nov. 4-Dec. 31, showcases modular, low-cost dwellings of various sizes manufactured from a diversity of materials. Guests can meet the builders from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Nov. 17 at a grand opening celebration that includes lectures, demonstrations, children’s activities and artist booths.

The Signature Gallery—7177 E. Main St., Scottsdale,, (480) 949-7003. New oil paintings by award-winning landscape artist Charles Pabst are on display in “The Majesty of Land and Light,” through Nov. 30.

Smoki Museum of American Indian Art and Culture—147 N. Arizona Ave., Prescott,, (928) 445-1230. “Day of the Dead,” through Nov. 2; and “Yoimasa, the Art of Filmer Kewanyama,” through Dec. 31.

Tempe Center for the Arts—700 W. Rio Salado Pkwy., Tempe, (480) 350-2867. “Wood—TCA Juried Biennial,” through Jan. 5.

Temple Gallery—330 S. Scott Ave., Tucson, (520) 624-7370. “Toshi Ueshina: All Souls Procession,” through Nov. 27; and “Valerie Galloway: Photographs,” Nov. 30-Jan. 8.

Trailside Galleries—7330 Scottsdale Mall, Scottsdale,, (480) 945-7751. “Fall Classics—A View to the West,” Nov. 5-17, features new works by the gallery’s roster of artists. The show has a strong emphasis on Western imagery, and also includes impressionistic works, sporting art, landscapes, wildlife and figurative pieces. Guests can meet the artists at a reception from 1 to 4 p.m. Nov. 10. Several of the gallery’s artists are participating in Scottsdale’s inaugural Main Street Quick Draw that morning, with the one-of-a-kind works available by auction.

Tucson Museum of Art—140 N. Main Ave., Tucson, (520) 624-2333. “The Shape of Things, Four Decades of Paintings and Sculpture,” through Jan. 6; “Barbara Rogers: The Imperative of Beauty, A 50-Year Retrospective,” through Jan. 13; “Henri Matisse, The Pasiphaé Series and Other Works on Paper,” through Jan. 20; “Art of Latin America,” through Feb. 28; “Art + The Machine,” through June 9; and “Nacimiento,” Nov. 17-June 1.

Turquoise Tortoise Gallery—Hozho Center, 431 S.R. 179, Sedona, (928) 282-2262. Native American artist Stan Natchez shares the spotlight with his sons, Viento and Gino Bear, in “Stan Natchez & Sons,” Nov. 2-11. All three create paintings that portray icons of both ancient and modern American culture, often incorporating mixed-media items such as beads, dollar bills, maps and documents. A reception for the artists takes place from 5 to 8 p.m. Nov. 2.

University of Arizona Museum of Art—1031 N. Olive Rd., Tucson, (520) 621-7567. “An Engagement With Presence: Drawings and Prints From the UAMA Permanent Collection,” through Jan. 6; and “In Relief: German Op-Art Ceramics, 1955-1975,” through Jan. 27.

Vision Gallery—10 E. Chicago St., Chandler,, (480) 782-2695. “Things That Go Bump in the Night! An Exhibition of Monsters and Mayhem,” through Nov. 3; and “Rekindling Spirit: An Exhibition of Inspirational Artworks,” Nov. 9-Jan. 11.

White Hills Gallery—348 S. Main St., Camp Verde,, (928) 274-7903. More than 200 artworks that are less than 10 inches in all dimensions are on exhibit in “The Mini Show,” Nov. 14-Jan. 4. The show features local and national artists, and includes works in all mediums. An opening reception takes place from 5 to 8 p.m. Nov. 16.

Wilde Meyer Gallery—4142 N. Marshall Way, Scottsdale,, (480) 945-2323. The spotlight is on Western art, cowboys and cowgirls, Native American culture and Southwestern landscapes as the gallery presents “People and Places of the West,” Nov. 1-Dec. 5. Featured artists include Jim Nelson, Doug Weigel, Amy Novelli, Ka
Fisher, Chaille Trevor, Stephen Morath, Sushe Felix, Linda Carter Holman, Dana Hooper, Monika Rossa, and Kristin Knight.

Wildfire Gallery—6501 E. Cave Creek Rd., Cave Creek, (480) 595-5188. Unique wall sculptures by Russell Marohnic are on exhibit, through March 30. A Phoenix Home & Garden Master of the Southwest, Marohnic creates metalworks with custom-designed finishes and colors. Several new pieces are on display, as well as a water feature sculpture titled “Desert Oasis,” designed for indoor/outdoor use.

Willo North Gallery—2811 N. Seventh Ave., Phoenix,, (602) 320-8445. “Fauna/Fauna,” through Nov. 24, showcases portraits and drawings by Carolyn Lavender, as well as sculptures by Christy Puetz.

Xanadu Gallery—7039 E. Main St., Scottsdale, (480) 368-9929. New paintings by John and Elli Milan are on display through Nov. 30. The husband-and-wife artists are known for their textural paintings that are rich with symbolism and color. The show includes a tribute to the American buffalo that once roamed free through the Great Plains, as well as a series of wild horses. Lead crystal equine sculpture by Tammy Bality also is on exhibit.

Confirm information before making plans by calling the listed number. Information for inclusion in GALLERY ROW should be submitted at least 10 weeks before the first of the month it is to be published. Send information to: Judy Harper, Calendar Editor, PHOENIX HOME & GARDEN, 15169 N. Scottsdale Rd., Ste. 310, Scottsdale, AZ 85254;; or fax to (480) 664-3962.
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