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July 2017 Gallery & Museum Events

Author: Judy Harper
Issue: July, 2017, Page 128
Evening Splendor
Cathy Carey strives to capture a joyful sense of reality in her paintings by representing the drama of a place through gesture and brushstroke, color and composition. “I paint landscapes because I love the feeling I get when I’m surrounded by nature and because I am fascinated by organic shapes,” she explains. “I am driven to enhance the color of the scene in order to express my emotional memories of the moment.” Carey’s work is showcased in “Summer Fun,” July 6-29, at Wilde Meyer Annex in Scottsdale. The exhibit opens with a reception from 7 to 9 p.m. July 6. Pictured is “Night Music,” oil on canvas, 24"H x 30"W. For more information, visit wildemeyer.com, or call (480) 947-1489.
Alexandra Stevens Gallery of Fine Art—820 Canyon Rd., Santa Fe, (505) 988-1311. New paintings by E. Melinda Morrison and Ruth Valerio are on display in “Colorful Brushstrokes,” July 21-Aug. 15.

Arizona Science Center—600 E. Washington St., Phoenix, (602) 716-2000. “Get Animated,” through Sept. 4, explores the unique and entertaining world of animation.

Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum—2021 N. Kinney Rd., Tucson, desertmuseum.org, (520) 883-2702. “Cory Trépanier’s Into the Arctic,” through Aug. 20, showcases oil paintings and films from the explorer’s Arctic expeditions to the furthest reaches of the Canadian North, a wilderness so remote and untouched that many of its landscapes have never been documented before.

Arizona State Museum—1013 E. University Blvd., Tucson, statemuseum.arizona.edu, (520) 621-6302. “Pieces of the Puzzle: New Perspectives on the Hohokam,” through Sept. 16; “Snaketown: Hohokam Defined,” through Sept. 23; and “Picture This: Basketry in Native American Life,” through Jan. 31.

ArtsEye Gallery—3550 E. Grant Rd., Tucson, artseye.com, (520) 327-7291. Artists from around the world working in unconventional ways are in the spotlight in “Curious Camera,” through Aug. 31. The ninth annual event allows viewers to experience the world of analog photography with images made using plastic lens, pinhole, instant and vintage cameras, as well as alternative printing processes.

ASU Art Museum—ASU Nelson Fine Arts Center, 51 E. 10th St., Tempe, asuartmuseum.asu.edu, (480) 965-2787. “The Violence of Truth: Encounter With Jose Bernardi,” through July 15; “Dead, Dead, Live, Dead” and “Staying Power,” through Sept. 2; “Pipe Brothers: Tom and James Franco,” through Sept. 23;  and “Re: Sisters,” July 8-Sept. 6.

Canyon Road Contemporary—403 Canyon Rd., Santa Fe, (505) 983-0433. Kathy Beekman shares pastel paintings of the American landscape in “Landscape’s Edge,” July 28-Aug. 6.

Carstens Fine Art Studio & Gallery—7077 E. Main St., Scottsdale, cyndycarstens.com, (480) 946-3217. Cyndy Carstens will be painting in the main gallery throughout the summer months, allowing visitors to enjoy the creative process as it happens. Continuing through Sept. 1, this “Summer Respite” exhibit features new pieces hung straight from the easel.

Chandler Museum at McCullough-Price House—300 S. Chandler Village Dr., Chandler, (480) 782-2717. “Un-American: Japanese Internment in Our Backyard,” through Aug. 1, includes photos and stories of the 16,000 Japanese-Americans who were confined to internment camps just a few miles from Chandler after the attack on Pearl Harbor.

Charlotte Jackson Fine Art—554 S. Guadalupe St., Santa Fe, (505) 989-8688. “Power Play: A Group Exhibition,” through July 26, brings together several artists whose diverse works create a common thread with their investigations and interpretations of the relationship between form and color. “Heavy Metal” opens with an artists’ reception from 5 to 7 p.m. July 30 and continues through Aug. 30. The show presents work by three artists who have spent their careers working with metal: Pard Morrison, Elliot Norquist, and Jeremy Thomas.

Coconino Center for the Arts—2300 N. Fort Valley Rd., Flagstaff, (928) 779-2300. “The Living Subject,” through July 8, is a group exhibition featuring works by three Arizona-based photographers: Lisa Langell, Don Lawrence, and Amy Martin; “NightVisions 2017,” through July 29, celebrates the beauty of the night sky; and “Part of a Larger Story,” through July 29, showcases sculptural wall hangings by Eric Boos.

Colonial Frontiers—244 S. Park Ave., Tucson, (520) 622-7400. “Flavors of India,” through July 31, is a display of wooden, sculptural motif storage containers for kitchen spices, circa 1800s, from Rajasthan, India.

Creative Gateways—45 Birch Rd., Sedona, creativegateways.com, (928) 862-4044. Ceramic and glass artists showcase their works in “Fired Up.” The show opens with a reception from 5 to 8 p.m. July 7 and continues through July 31. Individual works by Terry Israelson and daughter Marika Israelson, and Pilisa Rainbow Lady are featured, along with pieces by husband and wife Michael and Sumati Colpitts, who work independently as well as collaboratively.

Cutler-Plotkin Jewish Heritage Center—122 E. Culver St., Phoenix, azjhs.org, (602) 241-7870. “Love & Marriage: The Cultural Evolution of Jewish Weddings, 1912-2016,” through Sept 30.

Desert Artisans’ Gallery—6536 E. Tanque Verde Rd., Tucson, (520) 722-4412. “Desert Dazzle,” through Aug. 6, showcases works by Wanita Christensen, Tad Lamb, Darlene LeClair, Judith Probst, David Thekan, and Dikki Van Helsland. A trunk show featuring pieces by Nancy Cressler, Pamela Howe, and Susan Libby takes place from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. July 8.

Desert Caballeros Western Museum—21 N. Frontier St., Wickenburg, (928) 684-2272. “Stormy Weather: Western Atmospheres,” through Oct. 8; “Having Their Picture Took: Western Portrait Photography Then and Now” and “Arizona Military Memories,” through Oct. 29; and “How the West Is One: Contemporary Western Art From the Tia Collection,” through March 4. “West of Center: Highlights From the Wickenburg Art Club” opens with a reception for the artists from 5 to 7 p.m. July 28 and continues through Oct. 29.

Etherton Gallery—135 S. Sixth Ave., Tucson, (520) 624-7370. “Present Future,” a survey of photographer Danny Lyon’s work, through Aug. 31. One of the most original and influential documentary photographers of the post-war generation, Lyon forged a new style of documentary photography in which the photographer immersed himself in his subject’s world.

Form & Concept—435 S. Guadalupe St., Santa Fe, formandconcept.center, (505) 982-8111. “NoiseFold New Media Installation,” through July 22; “Rebecca Rutstein: Fault Lines” and “Jared Weiss: He’s Either Dead or It Was His Birthday,” through Aug. 12; and “One-Year Anniversary Exhibition,” through Oct. 22.

Gallery Andrea—7019 E. Main St., Scottsdale, (480) 481-2530. Paintings of Arizona landscapes by Collin Fry are on display July 1-31, along with wearable art by Andrea de Kerpaly-Zak and Andrea Zakrzewski.

Goldenstein Gallery—150 S.R. 179, Sedona, (928) 204-1765. “Independent Vision,” July 7-31, showcases works by Rafe Terry, Shane McDermott, Michael Chesley Johnson, Ray Tigerman, and David DeVary. An opening reception takes place from 5 to 8 p.m. July 7.

Heard Museum—2301 N. Central Ave., Phoenix, heard.org, (602) 252-8848. “Rick Bartow: Things You Know But Cannot Explain,” through July 9; “Frida Kahlo & Diego Rivera,” through Aug. 20; and “Over the Edge: Fred Harvey at the Grand Canyon and in the Great Southwest,” through Dec. 31.

Hunter Kirkland Contemporary—200-B Canyon Rd., Santa Fe, (505) 984-2111. Figurative bronze and steel sculpture by Ted Gail and paintings by Laura Wait that are encaustic with oil, acrylic, gouache and ink and contain fragments of words and symbols are showcased July 14-20.

i.d.e.a. Museum—150 W. Pepper Pl., Mesa, (480) 644-2468. “My Favorite Monster,” through Sept. 10, takes a lighthearted look at our fascination with these fantastical creatures, including dragons, ghosts, zombies and vampires.

Lanning Gallery—Hozho Center, 431 S.R. 179, Sedona, (928) 282-6865. “American Experience” opens with a reception from 5 to 8 p.m. July 7 and continues through July 16. The group exhibit includes works by Jonathan Howard, Judith Moore, Bill Woolway, Johnathan Harris, Kim Chavez, and Chris Deverill.

LewAllen Galleries—1613 Paseo de Peralta, Santa Fe, (505) 988-3250. “Fritz Scholder: Figures of Paradox,” through July 23, is an exhibit of paintings, bronze sculpture and works on paper from three of the world’s most prominent private collections of Scholder (1937-2005).

Lisa Sette Gallery—210 E. Catalina Dr., Phoenix, (480) 990-7342. Oil paintings by David Kroll are featured along with mixed-media sculptures of odd and magical creatures by Jessica Joslin, through Aug. 26.

Madaras Gallery—3035 N. Swan Rd., Tucson, (520) 615-3001. “Hot Sun,” July 1-31, showcases the bold colors of the Southwest as captured in paintings by Diana Madaras.

Mark White Fine Art—414 Canyon Rd., Santa Fe, markwhitefineart.com, (505) 982-2073. “My World and Welcome to It,” July 7-Aug. 25. The exhibit opens with a reception for the artist from 4 to 7 p.m. July 7, featuring live music and light refreshments.

Mesa Contemporary Arts Museum—1 E. Main St., Mesa, mesaartscenter.com, (480) 644-6500. “Black Box,” through Aug. 6; “Making Waves,” through Aug. 6; and “Flourish: A Survey of the New Contemporary Movement,” through Aug. 12.

Meyer Gallery—225 Canyon Rd., Santa Fe, (505) 983-1434. Paintings by Vachagan Narazyan are on display through July 6, and paintings by Daniel Gerhartz, July 7-20.

Mini Time Machine Museum—4455 E. Camp Lowell Dr., Tucson, (520) 881-0606. “Bob Murphy’s Railroad Town,” through Aug. 6, features buildings from a typical Western town, scratch-built in model railroad G-scale; and “Rudy Flores and Teresa Estrella: Cultural Army of Tucson,” through Aug. 27, includes more than 200 3-D printed figures of community members in the style of green plastic toy soldiers.

Museum of Indian Arts & Culture—710 Camino Lejo, Santa Fe, (505) 476-1269. “Living Treasures: A Celebration of Vision,” through Aug. 25; “Into the Future: Culture Power in Native American Art,” through Oct. 22; and “Jody Naranjo: Revealing Joy,” through Dec. 31.

Museum of International Folk Art—706 Camino Lejo, Santa Fe, (505) 476-1200. “Flamenco: From Spain to New Mexico,” through Sept. 10; “Negotiate, Navigate, Innovate: Strategies Folk Artists Use in Today’s Global Market Place,” through Jan. 8; “Lloyd’s Treasure Chest,” through Jan. 29; “No Idle Hands: The Myths & Meanings of Tramp Art,” through Sept. 16, 2018; and “Quilts of Southwest China,” July 9-Jan. 21.

Musical Instrument Museum—4725 E. Mayo Blvd., Phoenix, (480) 478-6000. “Dragons and Vines: Inlaid Guitar Masterpieces,” through Sept. 4, showcases more than 30 instruments with incredible inlay by North America’s finest artists and luthiers. Guests can celebrate French music and culture during “Experience France,” July 8-9. The program features live music and hands-on activities.

New Mexico History Museum—113 Lincoln Ave., Santa Fe, (505) 476-5200. “Agnes Martin and Me,” through Aug. 5; “Sleeping During the Day: Vietnam 1968,” through Oct. 1; “Out of the Box: The Art of the Cigar,” through Oct. 14; and “Voices of the Counterculture in the Southwest,” through Feb. 11.

Palm Springs Art Museum—101 Museum Dr., Palm Springs, Calif., psmuseum.org, (760) 322-4800. “Montgomery Meets Modernism: Two Americas,” through July 31; “Contemporary Glass,” through Sept 3; “Western Stories” and “Grass Roots: Native American Basketry of the West,” through Sept. 4; and “Pat Lasch: Journeys of the Heart,” through Oct. 15.

Philabaum Glass Gallery & Studio—711 S. Sixth Ave., Tucson, philabaumglass.com, (520) 884-7404. Rock sculptures made from glass and fused glass paintings by Tom Philabaum are on display through Sept. 30.

Phippen Museum—4701 Hwy. 89 North, Prescott, (928) 778-1385. “By the Light of the Moon,” through July 23; and “Olaf Wieghorst’s West,” through Aug. 27.

Phoenix Art Museum—1625 N. Central Ave., Phoenix, (602) 257-1222. “Samurai: Armor From the Ann and Gabriel Barbier-Mueller Collection,” through July 16; “Virtue and Valor: Sikh Art and Heritage,” through Sept. 10; “Good Sport,” through Sept. 17; “Contemporary Forum Artists Grant Winners,” through Sept. 17; and “Longer Ways to Go: Photography of the American Road,” through Oct. 15.

Pueblo Grande Museum—4619 E. Washington St., Phoenix, (602) 495-0901. “One World, Many Voices: The Artistry of Canyon Records,” through Aug. 31, is a comprehensive photographic, musical and historical exhibit about the record company.

San Diego Natural History Museum—1788 El Prado, San Diego, sdnhm.org, (619) 232-3821. “Baja’s Wild Side,” through Aug. 18; and “Ultimate Dinosaurs” and “The Cerutti Mastodon Discovery,” through Sept. 4.

Santa Barbara Museum of Art—1130 State St., Santa Barbara, Calif., (805) 963-4364. “You Are Going on a Trip,” through Aug. 20.

Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art—7374 E. Second St., Scottsdale, smoca.org, (480) 874-4666. “I’m Sorry but It’s Hard to Imagine,” through Sept. 10; “Visions ’17,” through Sept. 17; and “Ocean of Light: Submergence—A Squidsoup Project” and “(dis)functional: Products of Conceptual Design,” through Sept. 24.

Sedona Arts Center—15 Art Barn Rd., Sedona, (928) 282-3809. Visitors discover new oil paintings, fiber art, ceramics, sculpture and hand-beaded jewelry in “Spring Gallery Exhibition,” through July 3. The show includes works by Patty Caldwell, Sue Horine, Gretchen Lopez, Luna Patterson, and P. Ronald Schneider.

Shemer Art Center—5005 E. Camelback Rd., Phoenix, (602) 262-4727. Paintings by member artists of Contemporary Watercolorists of Arizona are on display through July 12; and the annual “Shemer Student & Instructor Exhibit,” July 18-Sept 7.

Tempe Center for the Arts Gallery—700 W. Rio Salado Pkwy., Tempe, tempe.gov/tcagallery, (480) 350-2867. “Biomimicry: design inspired by nature,” through July 28.

Tempe History Museum—809 E. Southern Ave., Tempe, (480) 350-5100. “Trains of Tempe,” through Oct. 8, focuses on themes of transportation and transformation.

Tilt Gallery—7077 E. Main St., Scottsdale, tiltgallery.com, (602) 716-5667. Paintings, photography, wearable art, mixed-media and 3-D works that reflect a connection to curiosity and innovation are on display in “Infinite Possibility.” The show opens with a reception from 7 to 9 p.m. July 6 and continues through Aug. 26.

Tucson Museum of Art—140 N. Main Ave., Tucson, (520) 624-2333. “Body Language: Figuration in Modern and Contemporary Art,” “On the Cusp: Modern Art From the Permanent Collection,” “From Modern Into the Now: Masterworks From the Kasser Mochary Art Foundation,” “Poetic Minimalism,” “Henry C. Balink: Native American Portraits” and “Palice Gallery of Latin American Art,” all through July 9.

Turner Carroll Gallery—725 Canyon Rd., Santa Fe, turnercarroll.com, (505) 986-9800. New paintings by Hung Liu are on display through July 24.

Turquoise Tortoise Gallery—Hozho Center, 431 S.R. 179, Sedona, (928) 282-2262. Paintings of colorful cactus blossoms are on display in “Sharon Weiser: Cactus Flower.” The exhibit opens with a reception from 5 to 8 p.m. July 7 and continues through July 16.

Udinotti Museum of Figurative Art—6511 E. McDonald Dr., Paradise Valley, (480) 946-7056. “Arizona Talent,” through Sept. 15.

University of Arizona Museum of Art—1031 N. Olive Rd., Tucson, (520) 621-7567. “Our Stories: Politeia,” through July 30; “Fame: Paintings by Robert Priseman,” through Aug. 27; “Tinkerlab,” through Sept. 3; “The Hans Hofmann School,” through Sept. 10; and “Visual Delights and Fanciful Flights of Imagination,” through Oct. 1.

Vivo Contemporary—725 Canyon Rd., Santa Fe, vivocontemporary.com, (505) 982-1320. “Community,” July 12-Sept. 5, is a group exhibition featuring artists with very diverse approaches to the art process.

Western Spirit: Scottsdale’s Museum of the West—3830 N. Marshall Way, Scottsdale, (480) 686-9539. “Grand Canyon Grandeur,” through Dec. 31; “The Scottsdale Craftsmen: A 70-Year Legacy” and “Marjorie Thomas: Arizona Art Pioneer,” through Jan. 7; and “The Rennard Strickland Collection of Western Film History,” through Sept. 30, 2018.

Wilde Meyer Gallery—4142 N. Marshall Way, Scottsdale, (480) 945-2323. “The $100 Show” takes place from 7 to 9 p.m. July 6, offering a variety of paintings, sculpture and prints available for $100 or less. A portion of proceeds benefits local animal charities. “Summer Group Show” also opens with a reception from 7 to 9 p.m. July 6 and continues through July 29, featuring pieces by Debora Stewart, Sara Newton, Patrick Coffaro, and Peggy Judy.

Wilde Meyer Gallery—3001 E. Skyline Dr., Tucson, wildemeyer.com, (520) 615-5222. Kathy Rorie, Cathy Carey, Sherri Belassen, AM Stockhill, Sarah Webber, Kari Rives, and Patrick Coffaro share works of art in “Celebrate Summer.” The show opens with a reception from 1 to 4 p.m. July 2 and continues through Aug. 2.

Xanadu Gallery—7039 E. Main St., Scottsdale, (480) 368-9929. “Wall Climber” sculptures by Ancizar Marin are on display July 1-31. Inspired by rock climbers and circus performers, the wall-hanging artworks are composed of fiberglass and volcanic rock and then painted with colorful car paint.

Yavapai College Art Gallery—1100 E. Sheldon St., Prescott, (928) 776-2031. Sculpture by Nathaniel Foley is on exhibit in “Flight of Obscurity XI,” through July 10.

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; jharper@citieswestpub.com; or fax to (480) 664-3962.
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