Wilde Meyer Gallery

“Blooming Anew” by Patrick Coffaro, 34" x 40", mixed media on canvas.

Wilde Meyer Gallery

Check out some of the visual arts options you can see in person over the next few months.

Madaras Gallery

3035 N. Swan Road



The Art of Respite: 2020 Annual Fall Show

Nov. 1-8

View 25 new original paintings by acclaimed Southwest artist Diana Madaras. The show, featuring original acrylics, watercolors, and pastels, includes imagery of some of Diana’s happy places, as well as animals and florals that elicit feelings of joy and comfort.

A Southwest Christmas

Dec. 1-24

Explore the beauty of the desert in wintertime through the colorful desert imagery of Diana Madaras. The Gallery is transformed into a winter wonderland for the holidays.

The Spirit Animal Collection

Jan. 1-31

Madaras Gallery celebrates its founder’s 35 Spirit Animal images.

The Mini Time Machine Museum of Miniatures

4455 E. Camp Lowell Drive



The Whimsical Village of Medow

Runs through Jan. 10, 2021

This exhibition includes 20 handcrafted, whimsical miniature dwellings designed and created by Sedona-based wood sculptor Mike Medow. These miniature abodes are inspired by imagination, the natural beauty of the wood, and Medow’s travels.

Model Behavior: Scale Models by Members of the Sonoran Desert Model Builders

Runs through Dec. 13, 2020

This Community Corner exhibit features more than 40 scale models built by members of the Sonoran Desert Model Builders showing the breadth of subject matter and the artistry of customization.

Holidays Around the World and Through Time

Nov. 25 through Jan. 10, 2021

The museum decorates a number of miniatures to depict holiday celebrations around the world and through time. These miniatures are designated by special didactics throughout the galleries. The didactics are also translated in Spanish. This year, the museum will be adding recipes, craft projects, and playlists to the holiday artifact pages online.

Wilde Meyer Gallery

2890 E. Skyline Drive, Suite 170



Nov. 1-30, 2020

The group show this month includes work by Connie Townsend, Jim Nelson, Nancy Pendleton, and Peggy McGivern, and sculptors Adam Thomas Rees and Laurelea Kim.

Dec. 1-31, 2020

Just in time for the holidays, the rotating group show will feature paintings by Linda Carter Holman, Ryan Hale and Judy Choate, as well as sculpture by Siri Hollander and Doug Weigel.

Jan. 1-31, 2021

Welcome the New Year with an exhibition including paintings by Ka Fisher, Jeff Cochran, Robert Charon and others, and sculptures by Barbara Duzan, Greyshoes, and John Heiman.

MOCA Tucson

265 S. Church



Working From Home: New Commissions from Tucson

Through March 1, 2021

This show features new commissions from five artists — Miguel Fernández de Castro, Nazafarin Lofti, Mark McKnight, Nicole Miller, and Rocki Swiderski — who are connected to Tucson and the surrounding bi-national region. Each artist has a unique perspective on this moment of pandemic and protest, as well as on the local landscape by virtue of currently or recently living, working, or quarantining in the area. The premise of the exhibition is centered on directly supporting the creation of new objects and ideas as well as underscoring the essential work artists perform, especially during moments of social and cultural crisis.

Tucson Desert Art Museum

7000 E. Tanque Verde



The REDress Project Through Dec. 2020 The international tragedy of missing and murdered indigenous women is portrayed through works by Jaime Black.

Buffalo Soldiers Through Dec. 2020

David Laughlin’s paintings recognize the historic 10th Calvary. The Dirty Thirties Through Dec. 2020

Photographs that date to the time of FDR’s New Deal illustrate the plight of migrants. A Sense of Place: Tucson Barrio Painters Running Nov. 7 through Jan. 30, 2021 This new exhibition will include a paint-out at the museum on Nov. 7, 1-3 p.m.

Tucson Museum of Art

140 N. Main Ave.



Arizona Biennial 2020

Through Jan. 10, 2021

The Arizona Biennial provides an opportunity to see some of the most innovative new work being created in Arizona. The 2020 exhibition includes 86 artists working in a variety of media.

Yun Gee Park Gallery & Atelier

4226 E. 2nd Street



Transparent, Translucent, Reflective, Refractive

This exhibition, which originally went up last spring, features works by Moira Marti Geoffrion, Colleen Quigley and Zak Timan, exploring light, color, reflection and emotion reified through contemporary sculptural forms and reliefs created through a range of materials and methods.

Jane Hamilton Fine Art

2890 E. Skyline Drive, Suite 180



In November, the exhibition will be A Change of Scene, with works by Victoria Taylor-Gore and Sean Wallis. Taylor- Gore works in soft, captivating pastels, depicting home interiors and other scenes. Wallis is an impressionist known for serene and colorful landscapes. A reception will be held Nov. 20, 4-7 p.m.

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