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3rd Annual Cowboy Christmas holiday party, hosted with Tubac Territory Gallery, to benefit Tubac Center of the Arts

Event held to benefit the Tubac Center of the Arts will be part of the evening-long food, fun, and festivities

We’re joining forces with Tubac Territory Gallery to host our annual Christmas party again to thank our clients and the Tubac community on December 14th, 2013 from 3:00pm to 9:00pm.

Just as last year, the party will feature the popular artist Quick Draw competition.

Cowboy Christmas

About the Quick Draw event and charity auction

Cowboy Christmas Wolfgang Vaatz 2012 Entry

Rogoway artist Wolfgang Vaatz’s entry into 2012’s Quick Draw

Over 20 artists will have only one hour to create a completed work of art for the charity auction to benefit the Tubac Center of the Arts Hi-Art program, which encourages and supports area high school students interested in exploring fine art. After the allotted time is up, the artists will not be allowed to change their pieces in any way.

Quick Draw is a great way for artists to demonstrate their raw talent: Having a limited amount of time to make a piece creates an exciting kind of art. The stakes are high and the artistic focus is intense.

Prices for the works will be determined by bids at auction.

Gary Corbett, a professional auctioneer from Colorado and last year’s auctioneer, will join us once again to conduct the sales of the pieces. Gary has been an active auctioneer for 28 years and has personally helped raise millions of dollars for worthy organizations.

Auction is part of evening-long festivities

Auctioneer Gary Corbett joins us again this year

We have planned a full day of events to not only thank the community for its continued support but also to help raise money to help the Tubac Center of the Arts in their philanthropic effort.

The Quick Draw auction is part of our Cowboy Christmas holiday celebration, but not the only event of the evening. We will also have delicious food and a Western swing dance band to show how much we and Tubac Territory appreciate our clients and the Tubac community.

The schedule of events is as follows:

 

  • 3:00-4:00pm — Artist Quick Draw event
Mr Biscuit And The Gravy Boyz

Mr Biscuit And The Gravy Boyz

 

  • 4:30-5:30pm — Auction of Quick Draw artwork. All proceeds from the auction and the raffle benefit the Hi-Art program.

 

  • 5:30-8:30 — Music by Mr. Biscuit and the Gravy Boyz begins; dinner is served. The meal is a traditional Sonoran carne asada dinner, complete with beef, tortillas, and freshly prepared guacamole. The food will be prepared by furniture master craftsman Gustavo Olivas of Tubac Territory Gallery. Dinner is free. Donations will be accepted for the dinner (suggested donation: $10/plate). All proceeds from the meal benefit Hi-Art.

 

Cowboy Christmas 2012 Grill

Prepping the grill – from 2012’s Cowboy Christmas

About the Hi-Art progam at the Tubac Center of the Arts

Hi-Art is a high school art program that encourages and supports students at Sahuarita, Rio Rico and Nogales high schools. The program reaches families that might not otherwise participate in Tubac Center of the Arts events or even visit Tubac.

The students participate in an annual exhibit; learn how to write a resume, an artist statement, photograph and present their work for display; and also have the ability to sell their work during the exhibit.

Awards are presented to the students and the award winners are selected by an outside juror.

About Tubac Territory Gallery

Tubac Territory Gallery carries one of the country’s largest selections of mesquite furnishings, flooring, and home accessories.

Tubac Territory proprietor Susan Walsh has partnered directly with master craftsman Gustavo Olivas of Hermosillo, Mexico to provide everything from small end tables to whole custom kitchens and libraries in her 3,300-square-foot showroom.

Tubac Territory Gallery is located at 1 Calle Baca Road in Tubac, Arizona, right by our gallery. More information at the The Tubac Territory Gallery

We’re hosting nine of our artists in Tubac’s 2nd annual village-wide ArtWalk tent show

Meet the artists and watch them work

Join us for Tubac’s 2nd annual village-wide “An Art Experience” ArtWalk tent show, November 2-3, 2013.

An Art Experience

Our nine painters, sculptors, and jewelers will be available in our five outdoor “working studio” tents set up in front of the gallery from 10am to 5pm.

Don’t miss this opportunity to meet the artists and watch live art demonstrations.

Beverages will be available, sold by students in the Tubac Center of the Arts’ Hi-Art program to raise funds for art education in Southern Arizona.

Meet the Artists

We’ll be featuring seven painters, one sculptor, and one jeweler: Each with brand new pieces for sale. Each artist uses different techniques to depict their own subject matter.

Painters

Our seven painters are Lou Maestas, Brent Nageli, Michaelin Otis, Janet Setterland, Tavlos, Manny Valenzuela, Fred Wackerle.

Nance Franklin
Nance Franklin is a self-taught artist that had a passion to paint as a small child, painting portraits of people who touched her life.Her oil painting technique involves detail and multi-layering to gain depth of color and translucency to the subject matter and to achieve the look of realism.

Lou Maestas
Arizonan Lou Maestas grew up among Native American culture in his hometown of Seligman, Arizona, and uses his experiences to create paintings depicting American Indian lifeways and folklore. Lou’s preferred method is the “rub-out” oil technique popularizes by Michelangelo.

Brent Nageli
Tubac-based artist Brent Nageli focuses on portraying Native American pottery and artifacts, a result of a life-long interest in the Southwest Native Americans. Through his paintings, these ancient treasures tell a story for everyone to hear.

Michaelin Otis
Artist-illustrator Michaelin Otis is a recent addition to Green Valley, Arizona, by way of Minnesota, where she operated a teaching studio and gallery for 18 years. Michaelin has been featured in dozens of publications including Western Art CollectorWatercolor magazine, and Artist magazine. She has illustrated 10 children’s books and is a member of both the Louisiana Watercolor Society, and the Taos National Watercolor Society.

Janet Setterland
Portrait artist Janet Setterland uses the Renaissance-era “rub-out” oil painting technique on plastered and textured canvas to create timeless images of her human subjects. Originally from Canada, Janet now lives in Tucson where she explores Native American culture with her work.

Tavlos
For over 30 years Santa Fe painter Tavlos has created bold images that vibrantly tell the story of the Southwest. Reminiscent of Picasso with an amped-up palette of dazzling color, Tavlos creates artwork that persuades the viewer to look again.

Manny Valenzuela
Tucson artist Manny Valenzuela depicts images from the Great American West with a vivid, contemporary flair. Pre-historic art, Western icons, and his Hispanic cultural experiences all influence his minimalist works.

Sculptor – Jess Davila

Jess Davila spent his formative years in the beautiful State of Sonora, Mexico. He grew up exploring and appreciating the unspoiled beauty of the desert and mountainous regions of his homeland. The sculptor focuses on exploring a unique contemporary style.

Jeweler – Marcia Glenn

A native of Texas, Marcia Glenn moved to Germany to study in 1972 where she lived and worked for almost twenty years before moving to Albuquerque in 1994. Marcia has exhibited her work at numerous juried shows and was featured in the winter 2010 issue of Metal Clay Artist magazine, and the Northern New Mexico Art Catalogue. Marcia is a member of the Corrales Society of Artists.

An Art Experience ArtWalk: Bringing artists and art lovers together

An Art Experience began in last year in 2012 with great success for both our gallery and the town. Due to the popularity of the event, the artists and galleries of Tubac are planning an event with double the tents for 2013.

Tents in front of our gallery in 2012 - last year's event was a great success

Tents in front of our gallery in 2012 – last year’s event was a great success

Throughout the entire village, tents will be set up for artists to demonstrate their techniques and meet the public.

Art shows with featured artists usually occur inside a gallery, but with ArtWalk, Tubac is combining its natural scenic beauty, amazing host of talented artists, and fans who make the Village possible.

Announcing! A very special book signing and exhibit to benefit Equine Voices Rescue & Sanctuary

Featuring photographer Karen Tweedy-Holmes and her new book Horse Sanctuary

April 20, 2013 from 4 to 7 pm

We are honored to host a book signing and art exhibit sale to benefit Equine Voices Rescue & Sanctuary, a Green Valley, Arizona horse sanctuary that is expanding their mission to rescue abused horses worldwide.

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Horse Sanctuary by photographer Karen Tweedy-Holmes and author Allison Milionis

The book signing features prominent photographer, Karen Tweedy-Holmes, whose new book, Horse Sanctuary, includes Equine Voices.

Tweedy-Holmes will be signing copies of her book and offering large framed and unframed photographs of images in the book for sale. Twenty-five percent of the proceeds will be donated directly to Equine Voices to assist in its expansion efforts.

Also present at the show will be equine sculptor Alex Alvis. The sculptor will be revealing new work and a portion of Alvis’ sculpture will be donated to Equine Voices.

“We are grateful to Karen Tweedy-Holmes and Rogoway Gallery for helping us raise awareness of the continued abuse of horses,” says Karen Pomroy, founder of Equine Voices. “These efforts are essential to us as we expand our reach across the globe to help the thousands of horses who are abused and slaughtered as well as those victimized in the illegal drug trade.”

Wine and refreshments will be served.

About the book, Horse Sanctuary

With a forward by famed animal behaviorist Dr. Temple Grandin, Horse Sanctuary by photographer Karen Tweedy-Holmes and author Allison Milionis pays tribute to the tireless heroes who devote themselves to equine welfare.

Says Grandin, Horse Sanctuary is a beautiful book about the relationship between people and horses.”

Horse Sanctuary was a “four-year and 16,000 mile labor of love” for Tweedy-Holmes, who along with author Allison Milionis, documented the important work being done by equine rescue organizations across the United States.

About sculptor Alex Alvis

Fanciful horse sculpture by Alex Alvis; prices start at $3,200

Fanciful horse sculpture by Alex Alvis; prices start at $3,200

For artist Alex Alvis, horses symbolize the qualities of confidence, strength, courage, freedom, peace, and beauty.  Alvis’ expressionist style renders these magnificent animals in a flowing, fanciful way, imbuing her creations with the same spirit she sees in her living subjects.

Alvis works in paper clay, a delicate medium that allows the sculptor to finely hone the details of her creations.

About Equine Voices

Founded in 2004 by Karen Pomroy, Equine Voices Rescue & Sanctuary is devoted to tackling the world’s severe equine abuse problems.

Equine Voices has recently expanded its mission to a global reach. Whether dealing with the slaughter of horses in Europe, forced urine farming of pregnant mares in Canada, or the use of stolen horses in the illegal drug trade closer to the organization’s home in Green Valley, Arizona, Equine Voices seeks to create changes through awareness and action.

The organization has been granted the prestigious Global Federation of Animal Sanctuaries accreditation, a credential bestowed only to those organizations which exhibit fiscal and charitable responsibility.

For more information

Please contact us at the gallery at (520) 398-2041 or by email: Contact Rogoway Turquoise Tortoise Gallery.

 

Unrestrained Vision: Painting and sculpture show and sale featuring the work of Albert Dreher & Warren Cullar

We are pleased to announce Unrestrained Vision, a two-man show and sale

Featuring painter Albert Dreher and sculptor Warren Cullar.

The show will feature a wine and hors d’oeuvre reception with both artists on Saturday, March 16, 2013 from 1 to 4 pm. The opening coincides with Tubac’s Spring Art Walk, a village-wide art event. Unrestrained Vision will be on display through March 30, 2013.

Unrestrained Vision

Work steeped in fantasy

Both artists specialize in work that turns reality upside-down. Dreher creates imagination-based “sacred power places” landscapes and Cullar makes rocks and objects defy the laws of gravity in his stacked-and-balanced bronzes.

We are thrilled to bring these two artists together for a show. Both Albert and Warren create such surreal visions that consistently delight our collectors.

About Albert Dreher

Tucson painter Albert Dreher began his artistic career in the advertising industry, but this Colorado native’s fascination for sacred places of the American Indian led him to transform his career from his world as an advertising designer to that of a fine artist. “As time passed, I had a vision and a growing need to translate that vision through the contemporary arts,” Dreher says.

Dreher’s favorite subjects are the power places of the prehistoric Anasazi Indians, especially the ancient kivas and cliff dwellings he finds hidden in the sacred mountains and mesas of the Southwest. To create his images, Dreher journeys alone to these “places of the soul” to sketch and paint the areas where sacred rituals took place.

About Warren Cullar

After earning his BFA and MFA degrees, Santa Fe/Austin artist Warren Cullar started his art career as an “adventure artist” with scientific expeditions to 36 different countries, including Peru, Brazil, Venezuela, Spain, and Easter Island.

In the early 1990s, Cullar received a large bronze commission and discovered that bronze sculpture was best suited to his nature. “My watercolors are dry in their box at my studio,” Warren says.

Famed Navajo jeweler Artie Yellowhorse in person at Rogoway Gallery during the Tubac Festival of the Arts

We are pleased to announce an exclusive engagement with celebrated Navajo jewelry artist Artie Yellowhorse from February 6-10, 2013.

Yellowhorse is the matriarch of a family reared in the Navajo jewelry making tradition who specialize in fine handcrafted silver and stone jewelry made in “the Navajo beauty way.”

Tubac Festival of the Arts

Yellowhorse will be at the gallery all day, February 6th through the 10th, 2013

To accommodate the crowds of people who turn out annually to see Yellowhorse, we’ve arranged for the artist to be on-site all day, from 10am to 5pm, February 6 through February 10.

Visitors can stop by the gallery, meet the artist, and try on jewelry.

See the artist’s brand new jewelry

Yellowhorse Necklace

Green turquoise and sterling silver Artie Yellowhorse pendant and beaded necklace

Yellowhorse prepares all year for her week-long show at our gallery. She arrives with hundreds of brand new necklaces, bracelets, and earrings, including many one-of-a-kind pieces.

“Every year when we come to Tubac we see old friends and meet new ones,” says Yellowhorse. “I make sure to bring my most special work for all the people who come out to see us and the collection.”

One of our most popular events

What started as a one-time show with Yellowhorse years ago has blossomed into an annual gallery event with hundreds of people turning out each day to meet and visit with the artist.

Patrons always have a blast meeting her and having her help them select that perfect piece of jewelry.

About Artie Yellowhorse

Yellowhorse was raised on the Navajo reservation and is part of the Towering House Clan. She is a third-generation silversmith, a practice begun by her grandfather, Cuthair Yellowhorse.

Today, Yellowhorse’s two daughters, Desiree and Lei Lani, create and design jewelry with their mother. Other family members also work in the business, including sister Gloria Yellowhorse and nephew Richard Yellowhorse. The family employs skilled Navajo and Pueblo artisans to produce the Yellowhorse Family designs.

Yellowhorse lives in Corrales, New Mexico and is the proud grandmother of seven grandchildren.

Appearance by Yellowhorse coincides with the Tubac Festival of the Arts

We’re holding the Yellowhorse show during the annual Tubac Festival of the Arts, one of the town’s largest events. Visitors from around the country come to Tubac during the festival.

Premier Sedona artists bring earth-inspired art to Tubac in special two-woman show

Jeweler Theresa Blanding and sculptor Philonese Baisden will be in our gallery on February 2, 2013

Two Woman Show

We are happy to announce Earth Inspirations, a two-woman show and sale featuring the talents of Sedona-area artists Theresa Blanding and Philonese Baisden.

The artists will be on hand at the show and reception Saturday, February 2, 2013 from 1 to 4 pm:

  • Blanding will be bringing her newest precious gemstone and glass “statement” necklaces.
  • Baisden will be exhibiting her three-dimensional wall sculpture made with natural materials sourced from around the globe.

Hors d’oeuvres, beer, and wine will be served.

Earth Inspirations runs through February 15, 2013.

About Theresa Blanding

Theresa Blanding began her career in engineering, having earned two degrees in the discipline. Her natural precision is evident in her perfectly balanced necklace creations—her works feature multiple strands of gemstones, glass beads, metal findings, and wire.

Blanding experimented with necklace design extensively before launching her celebrated collection: Every day while working as a corporate executive, Blanding would wear numerous necklace strands, combining the sizes and textures to form a pleasing palette of color, shape and texture.

After attending art school, Blanding explored painting, bronze casting, textile dying, and mixed media. She began focusing exclusively on wearable jewelry art after moving to Sedona.

About Philonese Baisden

For thirteen years, Philonese Baisden has been creating “Nature Spirits,” in which she combines a three-dimensional style with a strong emphasis on natural textures and colors.

Born in Manhattan and raised in South Georgia, Philonese began to seriously pursue her career as a bas relief painter at the age of 27.

She went from selling her works on the streets in Hollywood to working with Phyliss Morris Interiors in Beverly Hills and from there to numerous galleries across the country starting in the early seventies.

Philonese is a self-taught artist and she brings a special intensity to her work. Working with natural materials from all over the world, she finds that she is driven to blend cultures as she utilizes materials common to the indigenous people of numerous countries including Africa, Indonesia, India, Tibet, and America.

Light, Shape, and Shadow: Fred Wackerle Painting Show

We’re hosting a special one-artist engagement featuring painter Fred Wackerle

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An Art Experience

Wackerle will be in the gallery for a show and reception on Saturday, January 19, 2013 from 1 to 5 pm. The artist will meet the public and exhibit never-before-seen works.

Hors d’oeuvres, beer, and wine will be served.

Light, Shape, and Shadow runs through January 31, 2013.

About Fred Wackerle

After a 40-year career as an executive search consultant specializing in CEO succession, Fred Wackerle retired and has spent the last several years living between Chicago and Tucson.

Baboquivari Sunset

“Baboquivari Sunset”, by Fred Wackerle 48” x 48”, oil

Wackerle, who has been featured in national art publications, specializes in plein air and studio painting, conducting a large amount of his work outside.

His process consists of scouting out a good location—at times hiking at great length—selecting dramatic light conditions, editing the subject matter for composition, and selecting a color palette that achieves a striking impression.

The artist also paints alla prima, a technique that centers on painting quickly. This method allows him to capture fleeting scenes quickly.

Smaller works are brought into his studio for glazing and correct for light and shadow. Larger works, especially cloud abstracts and sunsets, are done in the studio either directly from life observation or memory.

Quick Draw and auction: Artists duel the clock at our annual Cowboy Christmas party

Event held to benefit the Tubac Center of the Arts will be part of the evening-long food, fun, and festivities

An Art Experience
We’re hosting an artist Quick Draw competition as part of our annual Cowboy Christmas party, held in conjunction with the Tubac Territory Gallery.

The events of the day are a way for us to say “thank you” to both our clients and the Tubac community.

About the Quick Draw event and charity auction

Over 20 artists will have only one hour to create a completed work of art for the charity auction to benefit the Tubac Center of the Arts Hi-Art program, which encourages and supports area high school students interested in exploring fine art.

After the allotted time is up, the artists will not be allowed to change their pieces in any way.

Quick Draw is a great way for artists to demonstrate their raw talent: Having a limited amount of time to make a piece creates an exciting kind of art.

Prices for the works will be determined by bids at auction.

Gary Corbett, a professional auctioneer from Colorado, will conduct the sales of the pieces. Gary has been an active auctioneer for 27 years and has personally helped raise millions of dollars for worthy organizations.

Auctioneer Gary Corbett

Auction is part of evening-long festivities

We have planned a full day of events to not only thank the community for its continued support but also to help raise money to help the Tubac Center of the Arts in their philanthropic effort.

The new Quick Draw auction is part of our Cowboy Christmas holiday celebration. Every year we at Rogoway like to throw a holiday party in conjunction with Tubac Territory Gallery to show how much we appreciate our patrons and the Tubac community.

The schedule of events is as follows:

  • 3:00-4:00pm — Artist Quick Draw event
  • 4:30-5:30pm — Auction of Quick Draw artwork; and raffle of a hand-carved mesquite sideboard valued at $3,000 donated by Gustavo Olivas of Tubac Territory (only 100 raffle tickets will be sold.) All proceeds from the auction and the raffle benefit the Hi-Art program.
  • 5:30-8:30 — Music by Mr. Biscuit and the Gravy Boyz begins; dinner is served. The meal, called “The Art of Sonoran Cooking,” is a traditional Sonoran carne asada dinner, complete with beef, tortillas, and freshly prepared guacamole. The food will be prepared by furniture master craftsman Gustavo Olivas of Tubac Territory Gallery. Dinner is free, with a suggested donation of $10/plate. All proceeds from the meal benefit Hi-Art.
  • Mr Biscuit And The Gravy Boyz

    Mr Biscuit And The Gravy Boyz

    About the Hi-Art progam at the Tubac Center of the Arts

    Hi-Art is a high school art program that encourages and supports students at Sahuarita, Rio Rico and Nogales high schools. The program reaches families that might not otherwise participate in Tubac Center of the Arts events or even visit Tubac.

    The students participate in an annual exhibit; learn how to write a resume, an artist statement, photograph and present their work for display; and also have the ability to sell their work during the exhibit.

    Awards are presented to the students and the award winners are selected by an outside juror.

    About Tubac Territory Gallery

    Tubac Territory Gallery carries one of the country’s largest selections of mesquite furnishings, flooring, and home accessories

    Tubac Territory proprietor Susan Walsh has partnered directly with master craftsman Gustavo Olivas of Hermosillo, Mexico to provide everything from small end tables to whole custom kitchens and libraries in her 3,300-square-foot showroom.

    Santa’s making his list, now you can too

    New! Holiday Wish Box gift registry service

    In preparation for the holiday season, we are offering a new gift registry service that removes the stress from holiday gift buying for would-be Santas.

    Every year we have clients come in and remark how much they’d like a piece of jewelry or a certain sculpture, but they don’t want to directly tell their spouse or family.  Our new Holiday Wish Box will allow for both surprise and a happy holiday.

    How it works

    • You register a list of favorite items here at the gallery (or online) and provide the contact information for your potential gift givers.
    • Before the holidays, we will contact your potential givers and let them know about your desired gifts.
    • The contacted giver can then choose the perfect gift from the list. You will not know what was chosen, so the gift will remain a surprise!

    If an item that was chosen has already been sold, we (gallery owners Deborah Barrios and Jacqueline Zeitler) will personally help find similar works that will delight you.

    How you can use the Rogoway Gallery Holiday Wish Box online

    You can also utilize the Holiday Wish Box from the convenience of your own home. Simply follow this link: Holiday Wish Box.

    • Browse this website to find your desired items.
    • Fill out the online form.
    • We will then email the potential gift giver, along with details on how to contact the gallery and make a purchase.

    Do you have other questions? Please contact us!

    You may call us (520)398-2041 or by email: Rogoway Gallery email form.

     

    Eight Rogoway artists to participate in outdoor event

    Meet the artists in Tubac’s new village-wide “Art Experience” ArtWalk tent show

    An Art Experience

    We’re hosting eight of our most popular artists during Tubac’s An Art Experience ArtWalk festival, November 3-4, 2012.

    Our painters and sculptors will be located in five outdoor “working studio” tents set up in front of the gallery from 10am to 5pm.

    Don’t miss this opportunity to meet the artists and watch live art demonstrations.

    Meet the Artists

    We’ll be featuring three sculptors and five painters, each with brand new pieces for sale.

    Sculptors

    Our three sculptors— Lee Augst, Jerry Harris, and Carol Ruff Franza—represent different aspects of the sculpting world. Each sculptor chose a media that would best convey their ideas.

    Lee Augst creates vibrant glass sculpture. His pieces are made of tiny components of glass, which fuse together to form one coherent design.

    Jerry Harris, a fourth-generation Arizonan, works with forged steel. He continues the legacy of his great-grandfather and grandfather, both of whom were blacksmiths. His art focuses on the plants, animals, and spirit of the desert.

    Carol Ruff Franza works in bronze, creating a variety of different sculptures. She was formally trained at the Atlanta School of Art, the Scottsdale Artist’s School, and many more. In addition to Tubac, Carol’s work is featured in important collections worldwide, including the Georgia governor’s mansion in Atlanta.

    Painters

    Our five painters are Nance Franklin, Brent Nageli, Esther Rogoway, Michael Swearngin, and Manny Valenzuela.

    Nance Franklin’s oil painting technique involves detail and multi-layering to gain depth of color and translucency to the subject matter and to achieve the look of realism. Her subject matter is mainly desert plants.

    Brent Nageli focuses on portraying Native American pottery and artifacts, a result of a life-long interest in the Southwest Native Americans. Through his paintings, these ancient treasures live on, and tell a story for everyone to hear.

    Esther Rogoway primarily paints figures of horses and people. The forms are easily recognizable, but the nature of each composition demonstrates Esther’s inner imagination.

    Michael Swearngin’s oils capture the realities of modern cowboy life, whether a precious moment of relaxation or the energy and motion of working with livestock.

    Manny Valenzuela draws influence from the culture of the American West. His style is minimalistic in order to convey emotion without distraction.

    An Art Experience ArtWalk: A new venture for Tubac

    ArtWalk is a departure from previous Tubac events. Throughout the entire village, tents will be set up for artists to demonstrate their techniques and meet the public. We’re featuring eight.

    Art shows with featured artists usually occur inside a gallery, but with ArtWalk, Tubac is combining its natural scenic beauty, amazing host of talented artists, and fans who make the Village possible.