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Gerald Rockwell is a self-taught stone sculptor. He began sculpting after a European trip where he explored many of the notable museums and gardens. He graduated from the Art Center of Tucson and became a certified commercial artist and illustrator.

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

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Several murals that recently went up around town have a lot to say about our times, and our community.

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Want to explore the history and culture of this former territorial seat? Follow the Prescott Heritage Trail! This self-guided tour takes you on a walking tour of the downtown area, stopping by landmarks that include the Roughrider Statue, Elks Theater & Opera House, and the Western Heritage Center.

When the pandemic hit the Old Pueblo, many individuals and organizations answered the call to help out. Here are just some of the inspirational stories. Kimberly Schmitz Tucson Sew Strong On the front line of this new battlefield, medical and caretaking personnel have faced a shortage of critical personal protective equipment (PPE) — the healers’ […]

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A new exhibition at the Tucson Museum of Art showcases how the work of one gallery owner greatly influenced the world of art. Behind the wheel of what appears to be a very old, and intensely green pickup, a driver with long curly hair scans the desert road ahead, dotted with blossoming saguaros and leading […]

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A Posse of Painted Peccaries One of Arizona’s most famous critters is honored with an outdoor sculptural exhibit. Tubac is wild about their local “painted” wildlife! Javelinas de Tubac is an eye-catching outdoor exhibit coordinated by the Tubac Center of the Arts. This community-wide endeavor began as an idea developed by two local artists: Virginia […]