February 16 – April 19, 2017 | Main Gallery

OPENING RECEPTION: Thursday, February 16  5:30 – 8:00pm

In the Sonoran Desert the transition of day into night and back again is an ever-changing display that exhibits the subtle and dramatic effects of light and darkness. Beaming sunrises and burning sunsets signal the sequence of the diurnal, the crepuscular, and the nocturnal.  The cycle of each day affects not only the colors of the earth and the sky but also the movements and lives of the plants and the creatures that inhabit them.

Light and darkness stir the senses, evoking mood and activating nature.

CALL FOR ENTRIES | Artists are asked to explore the diurnal, crepuscular, and nocturnal worlds of the Sonoran Desert. The many colors, moods, shapes, patterns, plants, creatures and stories they find will be fascinating. The possibilities are endless. Artists from the region are invited to submit 2-dimensional or 3-dimensional works in any media for consideration in this juried exhibition.

For the complete DAY FOR NIGHT prospectus click here

Image: Robert Renfrow . from the series MOTHS . photograph



December 23, 2016 – March 12, 2017 | Entry Gallery


A survey of works on paper by members of the Tucson based PaperWorks artist group.

Image . Margaret Suchland . Signs and Symbols III . monoprint with collage and handwork

Roland and Lila Wadsworth Bolo Tie Collection

January 13 – February 8, 2017 | Welcome Gallery

The exhibition will feature some of the most unique bolo ties in Roland and Lila Wadsworth’s collection. All bolo ties will be offered for sale with 100% of the proceeds going to benefit Tohono Chul.

Roland “Bob” Wadsworth was chief engineer for many projects on the Navajo reservation and became an admirer and friend of many talented artists and craftsmen. His fascination with beautiful bolo ties began with the purchase of his first one and the determination to never wear an ordinary tie again.



Image . Benjy and Shirley Tzuni . Inlay and Needlepoint Sunface

Featured Artist: Alexandra Bowers

February 16 – April 19, 2017 | Welcome Gallery

Arizona artist, Alexandra Bowers creates work inspired by her immediate surroundings. Delicate compositions of flora and fauna found in the desert are exquisitely burned into wooden panels and serve as symbols of the natural world and our place in it.02_queen-of-the-night-triptych-copy

Image . Alexandra Bowers . Queen of the Night (triptych) . wood burning and watercolor on panel

Entry Gallery Project Space

The new Entry Gallery Project Space offers Arizona artists an intimate space for cohesive projects. Charles Hedgcock focuses on experimental lumen prints of desert life while Jeffrey DaCosta comments on the purposed designation and control of land.

Charles Hedgcock | Drawn by the SunOcotillo, Fouquieria splendens

March 17 – April 30, 2017







Image . Charles Hedgcock . Ocotillo, Fouquieria splendens . lumen print


Jeffrey DaCosta | Parceldacosta_parcel-3

May 5 – June 4, 2017







Image . Jeffrey DaCosta . Parcel 3 . photographic print

Arizona Abstract

April 27 – August 13, 2017 | Main Galleryarizona-abstract_bill-lesch

Arizona Abstract will create a visual document concerned with the true essence of the abstract elements found in nature and of the abstract ideas developed in the studio. The exhibition will celebrate what a phenomenally abstract place Arizona is and the phenomenal abstract artists that live and work here.






Image . William Lesch . Saguaro Skin . photographic print


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