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Two of Zetta’s newest pieces of original artwork are below. Her work is on display at the Gypsy Emporium, inside of the Old Town Artisans at 201 N Court Ave here in Tucson, Arizona.



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Geri will be at the Little Gallery until mid December 2016, 6300 N Swan Rd, Tucson, 10-4. You may view more of her work on her Flickr website.

DeGrazia Gallery in the Sun Little Gallery, Geri Bringman

Geri Bringman Art


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Degrazia Gallery in the Sun Chapel, Tucson, AZ

Degrazia Gallery in the Sun Chapel, Tucson, AZ

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Artists Lewis ‘Lew’ Schnellmann and Elizabeth Manfred held an exhibit of their work at the DeGrazia Little Gallery here in Tucson, Arizona this past week.  The Little Gallery specializes on spotlighting local Arizona artists and this exhibit was a wonderful example of this. The light and color in the pieces reflected the feeling of this area beautifully.

Lew Schnellmann 2-imp Lew Schnellmann 3-imp Lew Schnellmann 4-imp Lew Schnellmann 5-imp Lewis Schnellmann

Lew and Elizabeth live in Oracle, Arizona for part of the year,  just north of Tucson, where you may visit  their studio. Their website has information on it about both artists and how to reach them. DeGrazia Gallery in the Sun is located at 6300 N Swan.

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Exhibiting at DeGrazia Gallery in the Sun, DeGrazia’s Little Gallery are guest artists Ron Martin and Paul Hopman, through today, March 9th, 2012.

Master craftsman Ron Warner makes one of a kind pieces of rustic southwestern furniture, jewelry boxes, puzzle boxes, urns, and frames from Mesquite wood inlayed with turquoise. His exquisite pieces may be seen by appointment at his gallery also, telephone 520-294-8807. He welcomes special orders, and his work has been shipped throughout the world. He also uses oak, and exotic woods. Ron had a bowl by a friend of his, J. Brillhart, made of 108 pieces of wood on one of his tables. I have included pictures of it in these photographs.

Paul Hopman’s amazing portraits show his love for animals. He is an artist, teacher, and conservationist. His work may also be seen on his website.

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The contemporary sculpture of artist Antonio Falcon, Jr of Finx Sculpture is located in Studio C, at The Metal Arts Village in Tucson, Arizona. His work depicts Native American Indian dancers, Day of the Dead figures and the culture here in Arizona, and Mexico.

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Antonio is not only a sculptor, but an educator as well. His work is on exhibit in his working studio, and he may be reached at 520-401-1540, or by email. He also offers welding services.

The Metal Arts Village is made up of working studios of local artists. There will be a Full Moon Open Studio event on February 7, 2012 from 5-8pm. For more information visit their website.

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Originally from Blythe, CA, Tad McBride’s work hangs in the gallery owned by his family. His photographs of landscapes, sunsets, rainbows, cacti, mountains and rock formations are a delight to see, and are for sale in the gallery.

A new book has been published with his southwest images and is now available at McBride’s Framing Gallery.

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