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October 2022

Meet Amy Blankenburg

Amy Lynn Bumpus

Amy Lynn Bumpus 1434 1008 The Tucson Gallery
Amy Lynn Bumpus
The Tucson Gallery is Proud to Feature Local Artist Amy Lynn Bumpus

Media

Tucson Gallery Podcast - Meet The Artist with Amy Lynn Bumpus
Tucson Gallery Podcast – Meet The Artist with Amy Lynn Bumpus

Amy’s Story

I can’t remember a time when I wasn’t drawing. One of my Mom’s stories is that, when I was small, I had drawn a chicken and given the drawing to her. She asked me what I had traced it from. So, it seems, my form of expression even before I had real memory, has been pen to paper.

I don’t tend to be a verbal person…. though I do have lots to say. My preferred form of expression is visual so I speak with various tactile mediums to share my ideas.

My current preferred medium is paper. I use old National Geographic’s that I cut up to make my images. I chose National Geographic magazines because many of my pieces are about our environment, different cultures and current events; the magazine’s predominant themes. I also like the idea of my work using recycled materials.

Using cut paper to form an image, by its nature, creates layers. The layers bring the viewer closer to the image to better see all of the deeper messages I have included. Paper helps me to get my idea across; helps me say what I want to say and, at the same time, leaves the viewer to relate to the piece in their own way. If there is any question or curiosity as to what the message is, my titles leave no ambiguity and are as much a part of the piece as the image. They leave no doubt about my intent and are the exclamation mark so to speak...

My creative process manifests from an interest in our place in Earth’s evolution. We are in a time of extreme change from the climate crisis to acknowledgement of racial disparity, political movements and global responsibility; all issues that will determine life going forward. My current work speaks to naming issues but also calls for solutions. Though we have undoubtedly had the deepest influence on our planet, we are part of the Earth’s process, not separate from it. The questions I seek answers to are what do we want our role to be and how do we want to affect the story?

I create my images by drawing with paper. I keep my work graphic and simple with a straightforward message.

Amy Lynn Bumpus


Where did you grow up?
Lewisville, Texas (outside of Dallas)

Tell us about your family
I have been married for 7 years to my husband Ben Blankenburg. I met Ben when we were both living in Breckenridge, Colorado over 20 years ago. We lived different lives until we reconnected 9 years ago. We lived various places, together, until we landed in Tucson and decided to stay.

Do you have pets, if yes, tell us about them
no pets (yet)

When did you know that you would be an artist?
I have been an artist for as long as I can remember.

What is your favorite media to work with?
Currently my medium is cut paper. Basically, I draw with paper. I cut up old National Geographic magazines and create original images with a predominant theme being the environment and human nature.

What do you do when you’re not doing the voodoo that you do? Or what do you do when you’re not doing your art?
Ben and I love to travel and camp. We have traded in our skis for water sports so we can be found in Hood River, Oregon in the summers playing in the Columbia River Gorge. We both play instruments so wherever we go, a guitar and ukulele are in the car.


All Artworks By Amy Lynn Bumpus

Jessica Gonzales

Jessica Gonzales

Jessica Gonzales 2560 2048 The Tucson Gallery
Jessica Gonzales
The Tucson Gallery is Proud to Feature Local Artist Jessica Gonzales

Media

Tucson Gallery Podcast - Meet The Artist with Jessica Gonzales
Tucson Gallery Podcast – Meet The Artist with Jessica Gonzales
Meet The Artist Event with Jessica Gonzales

Jessica’s Story

Where did you grow up?

I was born in Oklahoma City, where I lived until age 6. I remember very little about OKC, but the things that stand out are my babysitter, our above-ground pool, and one very specific snow cone stand. My father was in the Air Force, and we got stationed to Germany, where we lived in a tiny farming town near the border of The Netherlands from age 6-12.

Our town was called Schalbruch, and it was pure magic. Filled with beautiful brick homes, flower planters hanging from every window, wheat fields, cows, and the unforgettable smell of manure, it was a place my friends and I could roam and explore freely. I still have dreams about it to this day! From there we moved here to Tucson, where I’ve lived ever since. I went to Tucson High and spent a lot of time downtown as a teenager, which had a huge impact on the development of my creative expression...

Tell us about your family

My dad is from south Texas, and my mother is from northern Michigan. They met when my father was stationed in northern Michigan when he first joined the military. They could not be more opposite people, so they went ahead and had a Gemini daughter who most definitely feels the polarization of being raised by them! My father now lives in New Mexico with my stepmother and is the most hard-working and high-integrity person I know, and my kind and loving mother is my very best friend. I get my artistic genes from her, and grew up being creative with her and my grandmother (her mother), who also enjoyed making art. 

I have an older sister, whom I have looked up to my whole life. She’s older than me by 13 years, so we have never experienced sibling rivalry of any kind. She was the coolest older sister and my absolute hero growing up, and still is to this day.

Do you have pets, if yes, tell us about them.

I have one dog, and her name is Lucy. She’s a mix of Australian Cattle Dog, Chihuahua, and Parson Russell Terrier. She’s got one perky ear and one floppy ear, and she’s white with orange patches. She was a rescue, and when we saw her at PACC we made eye contact and the connection was instant. She’s a quirky little thing! She’s super loving, yet independent. She’s very mellow but also high-strung. I always joke that she’s a Gemini like me. We’ve taught her that the signal for going on a walk is dancing, so all we have to do is start a little jig and she gets all excited. 

We had a dog when I was a small child, but other than that Lucy is my very first pet.

My husband and I love her so much! We’ve had her since March 2021, and she’s brought so much warmth and joy to our home. 

When did you know that you would be an artist?

I can’t recall a time that I didn’t know I’d be an artist. I think my abilities were recognized at a young age by my parents and teachers, so it was always supported and encouraged. I can’t say I ever really had a clear vision of what being an artist would look like, I just always knew I’d be doing something creative in life. The most exciting moment for me though, and one that I believe was pivotal in the way I perceived myself as an artist, was in 4th grade when I began drawing my friends on the school bus during our morning ride. I discovered I was able to create a likeness of them, which was super exciting for me and busted my creative mind wide open. I realized I had the ability to make things look the way I saw them and make them recognizable, and it solidified in my kid brain that I was in fact an artist and would continue to pursue it forever, though at that age it was more of a feeling than a conscious thought.

What is your favorite media to work with?

I love working with acrylic paint the most. I like that it has a quicker dry time and can be built upon easily, that it is forgiving, and the textures it creates. I feel the strongest sensory connection to working with acrylic paint, which makes the process a very visceral experience. As a result I can get lost in the painting process more effortlessly, and the work always benefits from this sense of harmony. 

What do you do when you’re not doing the voodoo that you do (Tom’s way of asking)? Or, what do you do when you’re not doing your art?

When I’m not making art I am probably thrifting or antiquing with my husband. It’s one of our favorite things to do together! I absolutely love second-hand and vintage fashion, and I get a ton of joy out of adding to my collections of clothing & accessories. I’m always thinking of new and interesting ways to dress creatively. I’m in painting clothes most of the time, so sometimes I’ll get dressed up just to go to the grocery store. Any chance I get, I’ll take! I also enjoy looking at art other people have created, from gallery works, to hand-made jewelry, to driving around and finding things people have painted on their houses. I find inspiration everywhere! And finally, I love listening to and discovering new music, reading, dancing, singing (and practicing my singing impressions!), watching movies, learning about any and everything that I happen to be curious about, and finding ways to harness peace and serenity.

All Artworks By Jessica

Ignacio Garcia

Ignacio Garcia

Ignacio Garcia 2560 1920 The Tucson Gallery
Meet Ignacio Garcia
The Tucson Gallery is Proud to Feature Local Artist Ignacio Garcia

Meet The Artist

Media

Ignacio Garcia Greskul Mural Live Painting
La Mujer Empoderada by Ignacio Garcia
Community Mural Painting – Ignacio Garcia | Relaxing Art
Banner Medical Mural Series: Ignacio Garcia, Fourth Avenue

Ignacio’s Story

Muralist/Public Artist and 2022 Arizona Artist Leader of the year from the Arizona Capital Times Ignacio Garcia is well known throughout Arizona and throughout the west coast for his 3D chalk art, Large photo-realistic murals like the Empowered Woman in Downtown Tucson and also often plays on whimsical, playful pop art ideas and blending his street art and abstract contributing of the Sonoran lifestyle.

Garcia’s artistic studies graduate of East Valley Institute of Technology in Mesa, Arizona as well as the Gnomon Workshop in Hollywood, California. Ignacio offers innovation and unique point of view, a fundamental motivation to his work is to challenge the viewers audience and curiosity. Ignacios craft thrives on the emotional and physical reaction of his works. The research, reflection, and exploration of a topic that precede a finished piece of work are meant to invoke authentic, unpredictable, and organic responses from each member of the audience. Connect with the artist on Instagram @ignacio_garcia_art for purchase inquires contact email [email protected]

Ignacio Garcia


Where did you grow up?

Benson, AZ

Tell us about your family

I have an adorable son, Valente, who is 12. He is my everything. I have a close Hispanic family who mean the world to me. My mother, raised me on her own and taught me the value of family and taught me that working hard is the key to overcoming all obstacles. My upbringing in Benson, gave me a sense of community and independence. I was given the freedom to explore who I am and discover my artistic roots. I am grateful every day for where I come from!

Do you have pets, if yes, tell us about them

My girlfriend and I adopted the cutest Carin Terrier 2+ years ago from a local rescue. She came from the Mexican side of Nogales, MX. We named her Pilar Garcia. She is a character who cracks us up on a daily basis. She loves people! Everyone who meets her is left with a loving impression of her!

When did you know that you would be an artist?

I knew at a young age I wanted to be an artist (it came and went in waves). I always knew then I could draw. Since then, art has been the part of my life that makes the most sense to me.

What is your favorite media to work with?

Graphic design is my favorite because that medium branches out into all others for me.

What do you do when you’re not doing the voodoo that you do (Tom’s way of asking)? Or, what do you do when you’re not doing your art?

I was a radio DJ in my 20s. I LOVE music. I have a collection of tapes, records, and mixtapes. I also just got myself a DJ turn table. I am having a ton of fun putting new sounds together and gathering classic sound systems from past eras.

All Artworks By Ignacio Garcia

Sean Parker Photography Headshot 3

Sean Parker

Sean Parker 2048 1365 The Tucson Gallery
Meet Sean Parker
The Tucson Gallery is Proud to Feature Local Artist Sean Parker

Media

Meet The Artist with Sean Parker
Meet The Artist with Sean Parker
Fox News Interview About Space Launch
Sonoran Snow Drone Film
Starlight – A Short Film in Collaboration with Panasonic

Sean’s Story

My name is Sean Parker and I’m a professional photographer / time-lapse cinematographer based in Tucson, Arizona. I hold a strong passion for capturing the beauty in our universe so I specialize in all types of photography. But what I’m most passionate about and internationally renowned for is my landscape & astrophotography work. I’ve been featured in many publications, commercials, and projects with companies such as: Smithsonian, Discovery, LG, Samsung, Annapurna Films, New York Times, Arizona Highways, and more! I’ve always had an artistic side. Growing up I used to play music and take cell-phone photos of the places I visited, but It was only until 2011 when I found my niche for the art of photography.


Where did you grow up? 

I grew up in a small town in the desert on the colorado river called Parker, AZ. I spent my younger years living the desert life (boating, skiing, motorcycle riding, skateboarding, etc.) At age 13 I moved to Prescott where I attended middle school, highschool, and some college. Most of my days were spent playing video games, skateboarding, sports,  and playing music (bass guitar) with friends! I moved to Tucson in 2009 and so grateful I did! 

Tell us about your family

I have a large, loving, and supportive family. My father still lives in Prescott but a lot of my aunts, uncles, and cousins live in Laguna Niguel and the rest are spread out in, LA, San Diego and San Francisco. I lost my mom in 2016 who was very close to me and where I got a lot of my travel characteristics from.  She was also a big supporter and admirer of my photography!

Do you have pets, if yes, tell us about them.

I have a cute little kitty named IZZY. Short of Isabelle. She got her name when I accidentally picked her from the litter instead of the male I originally came to adopt. I got home and was like wait “Is-he (Izzy) a girl?” Pretty funny and so is she. 😀

When did you know that you would be an artist?

Oh, this is a tough question. I think when I mutually agreed to leave my desk job in 2013 after long nights of practicing my astro-photography. I was starting to get recognized and published for my astral photography pretty quickly and thats when decided I wanted to pursue a life of adventure, photography, and filmmaking. 

What is your favorite media to work with?

I love television and films. Creating jaw-dropping timelapses and photos are my passion right next to directing. There is nothing quite like immersing yourself in nature and creating something beautiful that you can share with the world!

What do you do when you’re not doing the voodoo that you do? Or what do you do when you’re not doing your art?

I actually do a lot. Growing up I was always into video games. I played a lot and still do and like to think I’m pretty good at it. It’s challenging when playing against other players and keeps my decision making tack sharp. In addition to that, I do a lot of hiking, traveling, and netflix binge watching. I love going to concerts and friend gatherings. I guess you can say I’m a balanced mix of being an extrovert and introvert at the same time haha.

All Photos by Sean Parker

Julie Bonner

Julie Bonner

Julie Bonner 2000 1110 The Tucson Gallery
Julie Bonner
The Tucson Gallery is Proud to Feature Local Artist Julie Bonner.

Media

Meet The Artist with Julie Bonner
Meet The Artist with Julie Bonner

Julie’s Story

Julie Bonner is a creative entrepreneur and has made Arizona her home for the past 20 years. Born in Binghamton, New York, Julie was an artistic child. She drew on any paper within reach and crafted handmade greeting cards for every occasion. Her middle school still proudly displays a mural Julie painted as a student. She earned her first freelance logo project from a local pizza shop in high school. After earning her degree in Graphic Design from Drexel University and a Master’s in Business, Julie opened up her own creative studio, Julie Originals.

Blending her fine art paintings with her commercial design expertise, she created the Addy Award-winning Desert Dwellers Flash Cards. Inspired by a desire to teach her son about Southwest wildlife, each card contains amusing stories about desert animals from A to Z and features Julie’s acrylic paintings. Local teachers, parents, and grandparents use them to promote literacy and teach children about their environment.

Julie’s favorite medium is using acrylics on canvas. Over the past years, she’s created a series of desert sunsets, landscapes, and animals featured in galleries, calendars, and cards in local retailers. You may have met her at the Made in Tucson Market, Tucson Festival of Books, or other local artist events. 

Julie was awarded the Tucson AdFed Next Generation Award for significantly impacting the advertising industry through leadership, career achievements, and personal qualities inspiring others to excel. 

She’s an organizer for Creative Mornings/Tucson and is active in Startup Tucson and Local First Arizona. She serves as an adjunct instructor for Pima Community College and on their Digital Media Advisory Board. 

Julie Bonner


Where did you grow up?
The gray, cloudy and cold area of Endicott, New York. Opposite our sunny home here in Tucson! I’ve been delighted to call Tucson my home for the past 20 years.

Tell us about your family
I’m an only child. My parents, Jane and Ray, were teachers in New York and were supportive of my creative endeavors. Supplying me with crayons and paper and putting up with my theatrical living room dance shows. All three of us played tennis which I’ve stuck with my entire life. I played for Drexel University and connected with Tucson’s tennis community when I moved here. Tennis eventually led me to meet my husband, Jeff, over at Reffkin (Randolph) Tennis Center. We wouldn’t have met if it wasn’t for our continued passion for the sport. Today we have a family of 5, with a few kids playing tennis too!

Do you have pets, if yes, tell us about them
I’m an animal lover with allergies. So none right now 🙂 I do love seeing my friend’s pet pics on social, and a lot of my art is of our local wildlife.

When did you know that you would be an artist?
I started telling my parents I wanted to be an artist around 3. I drew on EVERY piece of paper in the house – including some important ones that were left out!

What is your favorite media to work with?
For the past 10 years, it’s been acrylic paint. In high school and college, I worked more with oils. Having my son, Syver, prompted the switch to a faster-drying medium…since I got back into painting more while he was napping!

What do you do when you’re not doing the voodoo that you do? Or what do you do when you’re not doing your art?
Spending time with my husband and our three kids. We love playing tennis, riding, and hiking in Tucson. We’re also proud of our new vacation rental that features my art, Bikehaven.

All Artworks By Julie Bonner

Joe Pagac

Joe Pagac

Joe Pagac 2560 1228 The Tucson Gallery
Joe Pagac
The Tucson Gallery is Proud to Feature Local Artist Joe Pagac

Media

Tucson Gallery Podcast - Meet The Artist with Joe Pagac
Tucson Gallery Podcast – Meet The Artist with Joe Pagac

Joe’s Story

Hey! I’m Joe Pagac! I’m a muralist, fine artist, animator, illustrator, sculptor, and videographer. I’ve been working full time as an artist for nearly 20 years. I get to travel all over the country with it, meet amazing people, end up is strange and unique places, and get to make a small but lasting impression on the communities I get to paint for. Overall I really enjoy the heck out of what I do.

I’ve always love nature and the outdoors and I strive to bring that through in my art. I want people to appreciate the plants, animals, people and culture that surround us. I try to bring that out in my art and design my murals in a way that makes people smile when they see it.

I work a lot, but I try not to take life too seriously. 

I love living and working in Tucson because it is an extremely supportive city when it come to the arts...

Joe Pagac


Where did you grow up?

I was born and raised here in Tucson. It’s been really amazing to watch the city change over time and really fun to be a part of so many different projects over the years!

 Tell us about your family

I have a really supportive family. My mom really went out of her way to let us try everyting when we were kids so we could figure out what we were good at and passionate about. Both her and my dad took roads less traveled when it came to jobs, and seeing that growing up made anything feel possible. 

 Do you have pets, if yes, tell us about them

I don’t currently have pets. I travel too much for work and for fun. I live out in the desert and if I look outside there are always a ton of animals I can watch. When I have time I like to foster animals.

 When did you know that you would be an artist?

I was always good at art, but I have a lot of different interests. I still don’t know if I’m going to be an artist when I grow up, but I’m having a lot of fun with it right now!

 What is your favorite media to work with?

I like working big. I like paint. Murals is a natural fit for me. 

 What do you do when you’re not doing the voodoo that you do (Tom’s way of asking)? Or, what do you do when you’re not doing your art?

I love the outdoors. I camp, I bike, I travel and see new places, and I hike. I just finished hiking from Mexico to Canada on the Pacific Crest Trail. It took 5 1/2 months. Up next is a bicycle trip across all of Europe. I also like costume parties and throw those when I have the time.

All Artwoks By Joe Pagac

Sonoran Awakening

Paintings

Paintings 1000 714 The Tucson Gallery
Eight of Spades - Rare by Suzanne Villella
Eight of Spades – Rare 1935 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Eight of Spades – Rare

Bikes by Julie Bonner
Bikes 2040 2551 The Tucson Gallery

Bikes

Four of Clubs - Bounce by Suzanne Villella
Four of Clubs – Bounce 1941 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Four of Clubs – Bounce

Supermoon by Steven Bye
Supermoon 2560 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Supermoon

La Llorona by Jessica Gonzales
La Llorona 2383 2560 The Tucson Gallery

La Llorona

Five of Diamonds - Devotion by Suzanne Villella
Five of Diamonds – Devotion 1927 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Five of Diamonds – Devotion

Two of Clubs - Independence by Suzanne Villella
Two of Clubs – Independence 1927 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Two of Clubs – Independence

Desert Dwellers by Julie Bonner
Desert Dwellers 1920 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Desert Dwellers

Chuparosa by Ralph Philabaum
Chuparosa 2560 1836 The Tucson Gallery

Chuparosa

Eight of Diamonds - No Hurry by Suzanne Villella
Eight of Diamonds – No Hurry 1923 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Eight of Diamonds – No Hurry

The Blooming Opuncia by Andrea Rodriguez
Blooming Opuntia 1870 2400 The Tucson Gallery

Blooming Opuntia

Great One by Julie Bonner
Great One 1246 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Great One

Saguaro Silhouettes by Lauri Kaye
Saguaro Silhouettes 2560 1922 The Tucson Gallery

Saguaro Silhouettes

Morning Garden by Andrea Rodriguez
Morning Garden 1777 2400 The Tucson Gallery

Morning Garden

Four of Diamonds - Sing by Suzanne Villella
Four of Diamonds – Sing 1923 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Four of Diamonds – Sing

Picante by Ralph Philabaum
Picante 1758 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Picante

The Wildflower Poppies by Andrea Rodriguez
Field Of Poppies 2549 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Field Of Poppies

Eight of Hearts - Slither by Suzanne Villella
Eight of Hearts – Slither 1929 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Eight of Hearts – Slither

reactionSalad by Damon Leverett
Reaction Salad 1855 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Reaction Salad

Great Horned Owl by Darby Hunter
Great Horned Owl 2560 1920 The Tucson Gallery

Great Horned Owl

Surrender To Tides by Jessica Gonzales
Surrender To Tides 1520 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Surrender To Tides

Six of Clubs - Poolside by Suzanne Villella
Six of Clubs – Poolside 1922 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Six of Clubs – Poolside

Life In Balance by Lauri Kaye
Life In Balance 2554 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Life In Balance

Seven of Spades - Sonoran Majesty by Suzanne Villella
Seven of Spades – Sonoran Majesty 1928 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Seven of Spades – Sonoran Majesty

Colorado Fall by Andrea Rodriguez
Colorado Fall 2560 2523 The Tucson Gallery

Colorado Fall

Four of Hearts - Tank by Suzanne Villella
Four of Hearts – Tank 1923 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Four of Hearts – Tank

Five of Hearts - Think Fast by Suzanne Villella
Five of Hearts – Think Fast 1926 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Five of Hearts – Think Fast

Namibian Bazaar by Andrea Rodriguez
Namibian Bazaar 1796 2400 The Tucson Gallery

Namibian Bazaar

Seven of Clubs - Prickly by Suzanne Villella
Seven of Clubs – Prickly 1930 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Seven of Clubs – Prickly

Figuring It Out
Figuring It Out 1879 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Figuring It Out

Peeps by Ralph Philabaum
Peeps 2560 1868 The Tucson Gallery

Peeps

Ace of Hearts - AZ Alive by Suzanne Villella
Ace of Hearts – Arizona Alive 1922 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Ace of Hearts – Arizona Alive

Dysregulation by Jessica Gonzales
Dysregulation 2053 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Dysregulation

Nine of Spades - Powder Day by Suzanne Villella
Nine of Spades – Powder Day 1919 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Nine of Spades – Powder Day

Ten of Hearts - Courage by Suzanne Villella
Ten of Hearts – Courage 1928 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Ten of Hearts – Courage

Queen of Hearts - Bikini Queenie by Suzanne Villella
Queen of Hearts – Bikini Queenie 1915 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Queen of Hearts – Bikini Queenie

Spirit Guide by Tyler Bentley
Spirit Guide 3520 2581 The Tucson Gallery

Spirit Guide

Louie! by Suzanne Villella
Louie! 1922 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Louie!

2 of Spades - Winter Solstice
Two of Spades – Winter Solstice 1927 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Two of Spades – Winter Solstice

Seven of Diamonds - Century by Suzanne Villella
Seven of Diamonds – Century 1922 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Seven of Diamonds – Century

Nine of Diamonds - Fish On by Suzanne Villella
Nine of Diamonds – Fish On 1926 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Nine of Diamonds – Fish On

Ace of Spades - Still and Chill by Suzanna Villella
Ace of Spades – Still and Chill 1920 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Ace of Spades – Still and Chill

Ace of Clubs - Dry Heat by Suzanne Villella
Ace of Clubs – Dry Heat 1920 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Ace of Clubs – Dry Heat

Blue Agave by Andrea Rodriguez
Blue Agave 2518 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Blue Agave

Twisted Saguaro by Andrea Rodriguez
Twisted Saguaro 1923 2400 The Tucson Gallery

Twisted Saguaro

La Catrina by Andrea Rodriguez
La Catrina 2172 2194 The Tucson Gallery

La Catrina

Three of Hearts - Roadtrip by Suzanne Villella
Three of Hearts – Roadtrip 1933 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Three of Hearts – Roadtrip

Six of Hearts - Perfect Pour by Suzanne Villella
Six of Hearts – Perfect Pour 1930 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Six of Hearts – Perfect Pour

The Winged One by Ralph Philabaum
The Winged One 2560 1833 The Tucson Gallery

The Winged One

Javelina by Darby Hunter
Javelina 4000 3000 The Tucson Gallery

Javelina

Gates Pass by Lauri Kaye
Gates Pass 2446 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Gates Pass

Slopoke by Ralph Philabaum
Slopoke by Ralph Philabaum 1868 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Slopoke by Ralph Philabaum

Three of Clubs - Under the Stars
Three of Clubs – Under Stars 1919 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Three of Clubs – Under Stars

The Pink Floweret Rug
Pink Floweret Rug 1897 2400 The Tucson Gallery

Pink Floweret Rug

Jack of Spades - Musical Mariachi Jack by Suzanne Villella
Jack of Spades – Musical Mariachi Jack 1919 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Jack of Spades – Musical Mariachi Jack

Four of Spades - Purr by Suzanne Villella
Four of Spades – Purr 1931 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Four of Spades – Purr

Lightning Strikes by Steven Bye
Lightning Strikes 2560 1907 The Tucson Gallery

Lightning Strikes

Skull by Lauri Kaye
Day of Dissent 2014 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Day of Dissent

Sedona by Darby Hunter
Sedona 3000 4000 The Tucson Gallery

Sedona

The Koi Pond by Andrea Rodriquez
The Koi Pond 2400 1176 The Tucson Gallery

The Koi Pond

Three of Spades - Treasure by Suzanne Villella
Three of Spades – Treasure 1929 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Three of Spades – Treasure

Jack of Diamonds - Jack of All Trails by Suzanne Villella
Jack of Diamonds – Jack of All Trails 1925 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Jack of Diamonds – Jack of All Trails

Dark Matter by Tyler Bentley
Dark Matter 2419 1800 The Tucson Gallery

Dark Matter

Sedona by Steven Bye
Sedona 2536 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Sedona

Tucson Evening by Julie Bonner
Tucson Evening 2560 2048 The Tucson Gallery

Tucson Evening

Blue Door in the Presidio by Rob Waters
Blue Door in the Presidio 1915 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Blue Door in the Presidio

Ten of Spades - Relax by Suzanne Villella
Ten of Spades – Relax 1917 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Ten of Spades – Relax

Sparky! by Suzanne Villella
Sparky! 1922 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Sparky!

Transcending Duality by Tyler Bentley
Transcending Duality 1731 2424 The Tucson Gallery

Transcending Duality

Ace of Diamonds - Harvest Moon by Suzanne Villella
Ace of Diamonds – Harvest Moon 1923 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Ace of Diamonds – Harvest Moon

10 of Diamonds - Petros
Ten of Diamonds – Petros 1923 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Ten of Diamonds – Petros

Ten of Clubs - Discover by Suzanne Villella
Ten of Clubs – Discover 1929 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Ten of Clubs – Discover

Jack of HeARTs by Suzanne Villella
Jack of HeARTs 1922 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Jack of HeARTs

Wind by Tyler Bentley
Wind 2560 2117 The Tucson Gallery

Wind

King of Hearts - King of the Kitchen by Suzanne Villella
King of Hearts – King of the Kitchen 1919 2560 The Tucson Gallery

King of Hearts – King of the Kitchen

Go by Suzanne Villella
Go 2560 2001 The Tucson Gallery

Go

Heron by Lauri Kaye
Time of Reflection 2551 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Time of Reflection

Driving Force by Kathleen Arthur
Driving Force 2048 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Driving Force

Queen of Denim and Diamonds by Suzanne Villella
Queen of Denim and Diamonds 1918 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Queen of Denim and Diamonds

Centerpiece
Centerpiece 2014 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Centerpiece

Eight of Clubs - Speedy by Suzanne Villella
Eight of Clubs – Speedy 1922 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Eight of Clubs – Speedy

Nesting Instinct by Jessica Gonzales
Nesting Instinct 2031 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Nesting Instinct

Five of Spades - Wise Knight by Suzanne Villella
Five of Spades – Wise Knight 1913 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Five of Spades – Wise Knight

The Tucson’s Spring by Andrea Rodriguez
Tucson’s Spring 2400 2395 The Tucson Gallery

Tucson’s Spring

Two of Diamonds - Dia de Los Muertos by Suzanne Villella
Two of Diamonds – Dia de los Muertos 1923 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Two of Diamonds – Dia de los Muertos

Boobies
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Boobies

Red Or Blue By Tyler Bentley
Red Or Blue 2668 3846 The Tucson Gallery

Red Or Blue

loveOrchid by Damon Leverett
Love Orchids 4000 5491 The Tucson Gallery

Love Orchids

King of Diamonds - King of the Land by Suzanne Villella
King of Diamonds – King of the Land 1901 2560 The Tucson Gallery

King of Diamonds – King of the Land

The Dancing Koi by Andrea Rodriguez
The Dancing Koi 2400 1908 The Tucson Gallery

The Dancing Koi

Nine of Clubs - Hit the Lake by Suzanne Villella
Nine of Clubs – Hit the Lake 1918 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Nine of Clubs – Hit the Lake

Queen of Clubs - Queen of Big Skies by Suzanne Villella
Queen of Clubs – Queen of Big Skies 1922 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Queen of Clubs – Queen of Big Skies

Desert Animal by Lauri Kaye
Desert Animal 1903 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Desert Animal

Degrazia Chapel Night Sky
Degrazia Chapel Night Sky 1911 2400 The Tucson Gallery

Degrazia Chapel Night Sky

Brown Eyed Girl by Ralph Philabaum
Brown Eyed Girl 2560 1852 The Tucson Gallery

Brown Eyed Girl

Two of Hearts - Cinco De Mayo by Suzanna Villella
Two of Hearts – Cinco De Mayo 1925 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Two of Hearts – Cinco De Mayo

Three of Diamonds - Tracks by Suzanne Villella
Three of Diamonds – Tracks 1925 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Three of Diamonds – Tracks

Five of Clubs - On the Run by Suzanne Villella
Five of Clubs – On the Run 1924 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Five of Clubs – On the Run

Fire by Tyler Bentley
Fire 1934 1985 The Tucson Gallery

Fire

Desert Flower by Julie Bonner
Desert Flower 2560 1978 The Tucson Gallery

Desert Flower

Earth by Tyler Bentley
Earth 2466 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Earth

Cats! by Suzanne Villella
Cats! 1922 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Cats!

Audubon by Lauri Kaye
Tucson Audubon Mission 2556 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Tucson Audubon Mission

Arizona Ante by Suzanne Villella
Arizona Ante 1935 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Arizona Ante

Six of Diamonds - Wine Country by Suzanne Villella
Six of Diamonds – Wine Country 1923 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Six of Diamonds – Wine Country

King of Spades - Cowboy King by Suzanne Villella
King of Spades – Cowboy King 1934 2560 The Tucson Gallery

King of Spades – Cowboy King

Looking Ahead by Julie Bonner
Looking Ahead 2553 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Looking Ahead

Jack of Clubs - Happy Camper Jack by Suzanne Villella
Jack of Clubs – Happy Camper Jack 1917 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Jack of Clubs – Happy Camper Jack

King of Clubs - King of the Course by Suzanne Villella
King of Clubs – King of the Course 1909 2560 The Tucson Gallery

King of Clubs – King of the Course

Seven of Hearts - Barrel by Suzanne Villella
Seven of Hearts – Barrel 1924 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Seven of Hearts – Barrel

Six of Spades - HORCHahhTA by Suzanne Villella
Six of Spades – HORCHahhTA 1920 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Six of Spades – HORCHahhTA

Here Comes the Sun by Steven Bye
Here Comes the Sun 1917 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Here Comes the Sun

Queen of Spades - Queen of the Road
Queen of Spades – Queen of the Road 1917 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Queen of Spades – Queen of the Road

Nine of Hearts - Up and Away by Suzanne Villella
Nine of Hearts – Up and Away 1928 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Nine of Hearts – Up and Away

Photography

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Latina by Enrique Aldana
Latina 3750 3750 The Tucson Gallery

Latina

by Enrique Aldana
Photography
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A Converse-ation by Enrique Aldana
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A Converse-ation

by Enrique Aldana
Photography
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Pronghorn by Leslie Leathers Photography
Pronghorn 2560 1991 The Tucson Gallery

Pronghorn

by Leslie Leathers
Photography
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Wild Mustangs by Leslie Leathers Photography
Wild Mustangs 2560 1707 The Tucson Gallery

Wild Mustangs

by Leslie Leathers
Photography
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Red Naped Sapsucker by Leslie Leathers Photography
Red Naped Sapsucker 2560 1920 The Tucson Gallery

Red Naped Sapsucker

by Leslie Leathers
Photography
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Rincon Mountain Snow by Sean Parker Photography
Rincon Mountain Snow 2560 1707 The Tucson Gallery

Rincon Mountain Snow

by Sean Parker
Photography
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Loves Me Loves Me Not by Enrique Aldana
Loves Me Loves Me Not 1728 2304 The Tucson Gallery

Loves Me Loves Me Not

by Enrique Aldana
Photography
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Broad Billed Hummingbird by Leslie Leathers Photography
Broad-Billed Hummingbird 2560 1870 The Tucson Gallery

Broad-Billed Hummingbird

by Leslie Leathers
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Saguaro Snowfall - Sean Parker Photography
Saguaro Snowfall 2560 1843 The Tucson Gallery

Saguaro Snowfall

by Sean Parker
Photography
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Tucson Icons by Enrique Aldana
Tucson Icons 5400 7200 The Tucson Gallery

Tucson Icons

by Enrique Aldana
Photography
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Baby Bobcats Duo by Leslie Leathers Photography
Baby Bobcats Duo 2560 1952 The Tucson Gallery

Baby Bobcats Duo

by Leslie Leathers
Photography
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Star Chevrolet by Thomas Fisher Photography
Star Chevrolet 2560 1919 The Tucson Gallery

Star Chevrolet

by Tom Fisher
Photography
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Great White Egret by Leslie Leathers Photography
Great White Egret 2560 1920 The Tucson Gallery

Great White Egret

by Leslie Leathers
Photography
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Loves Me Loves Me Not by Enrique Aldana
Loves Me Loves Me Not 1728 2304 The Tucson Gallery

Loves Me Loves Me Not

by Enrique Aldana
Photography
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Texaco by Tom Fisher Photography
Texaco 2560 1920 The Tucson Gallery

Texaco

by Tom Fisher
Photography
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Queen Butterflies by Leslie Leathers Photography
Queen Butterflies 2560 1978 The Tucson Gallery

Queen Butterflies

by Leslie Leathers
Photography
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A Converse-ation by Enrique Aldana
A Converse-ation 6250 6250 The Tucson Gallery

A Converse-ation

by Enrique Aldana
Photography
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Cruz by Leslie Leathers Photography
Cruz 2560 2410 The Tucson Gallery

Cruz

by Leslie Leathers
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Saguaro Starlight - Sean Parker Photography
Saguaro Starlight 2560 1707 The Tucson Gallery

Saguaro Starlight

by Sean Parker
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Saguaro National Park East Milky Way Moonrise - Sean Parker Photography
Milkyway Moonrise 2560 1707 The Tucson Gallery

Milkyway Moonrise

by Sean Parker
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The Orion Nebula - Sean Parker Photography
The Orion Nebula 2560 1724 The Tucson Gallery

The Orion Nebula

by Sean Parker
Photography
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A Converse-ation by Enrique Aldana
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A Converse-ation

by Enrique Aldana
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Downtown Tucson Lightning Monsoon - Sean Parker Photography
Downtown Tucson Lightning Monsoon 2560 1707 The Tucson Gallery

Downtown Tucson Lightning Monsoon

by Sean Parker
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Saguaro Sunset - Sean Parker Photography
Saguaro Sunset 1707 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Saguaro Sunset

by Sean Parker
Photography
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Loves Me Loves Me Not by Enrique Aldana
Loves Me Loves Me Not 1728 2304 The Tucson Gallery

Loves Me Loves Me Not

by Enrique Aldana
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Marine Blue Butterfly by Leslie Leathers Photography
Marine Blue Butterfly 2560 1824 The Tucson Gallery

Marine Blue Butterfly

by Leslie Leathers
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A Converse-ation by Enrique Aldana
A Converse-ation 6250 6250 The Tucson Gallery

A Converse-ation

by Enrique Aldana
Photography
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Tucson Mountain Sunset - Sean Parker Photography
Tucson Mountain Park Sunset 2560 1707 The Tucson Gallery

Tucson Mountain Park Sunset

by Sean Parker
Photography
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Lowell AZ by Tom Fisher Photography
Lowell AZ 2560 1920 The Tucson Gallery

Lowell AZ

by Tom Fisher
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First Milky Way by Sean Parker Photography
Morning Milkyway 2560 1707 The Tucson Gallery

Morning Milkyway

by Sean Parker
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XDJ2 by Tom Fisher Photography
XDJ2 2560 1920 The Tucson Gallery

XDJ2

by Tom Fisher
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Burrowing Owl by Leslie Leathers Photography
Burrowing Owl 2560 1978 The Tucson Gallery

Burrowing Owl

by Leslie Leathers
Photography
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Saguaro Quad by Enrique Aldana Photography
Saguaro Quad 1920 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Saguaro Quad

by Enrique Aldana
Photography
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Coyote Condo by Leslie Leathers Photography
Coyote Condo 2560 1315 The Tucson Gallery

Coyote Condo

by Leslie Leathers
Photography
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Gulf by Tom Fisher Photography
Gulf 2560 1920 The Tucson Gallery

Gulf

by Tom Fisher
Photography
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Burrowing Owls Duo by Leslie Leathers Photography
Burrowing Owls Duo 2560 1978 The Tucson Gallery

Burrowing Owls Duo

by Leslie Leathers
Photography
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Ironwood National Monument - Sean Parker Photography
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Ironwood National Monument

by Sean Parker
Photography
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Dream Team by Leslie Leathers Photography
Dream Team 2560 1991 The Tucson Gallery

Dream Team

by Leslie Leathers
Photography
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Rufous Hummingbird by Leslie Leathers Photography
Rufous Hummingbird 2560 1628 The Tucson Gallery

Rufous Hummingbird

by Leslie Leathers
Photography
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Loves Me Loves Me Not by Enrique Aldana
Loves Me Loves Me Not 1728 2304 The Tucson Gallery

Loves Me Loves Me Not

by Enrique Aldana
Photography
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Petalo by Enrique Aldana Photography
Petalo 1728 2304 The Tucson Gallery

Petalo

by Enrique Aldana
Photography
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Owl Condo by Leslie Leathers Photography
Owl Condo 1978 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Owl Condo

by Leslie Leathers
Photography
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Sonoran Startails by Sean Parker Photography
Sonoran Startrails 2560 1707 The Tucson Gallery

Sonoran Startrails

by Sean Parker
Photography
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Purple Passion Flower by Leslie Leathers Photography
Purple Passion Flower 2560 1969 The Tucson Gallery

Purple Passion Flower

by Leslie Leathers
Photography
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Milky Way Prickly Pear - Sean Parker Photography
Milkyway Prickly Pear 1710 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Milkyway Prickly Pear

by Sean Parker
Photography
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Buick by Tom Fisher Photography
Buick 2560 1920 The Tucson Gallery

Buick

by Tom Fisher
Photography
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Juvenile Coyote by Leslie Leathers Photography
Juvenile Coyote 2290 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Juvenile Coyote

by Leslie Leathers
Photography
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Agave by Leslie Leathers Photography
Agave 1606 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Agave

by Leslie Leathers
Photography
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Baby Bobcat by Leslie Leathers Photography
Baby Bobcat 2560 1707 The Tucson Gallery

Baby Bobcat

by Leslie Leathers
Photography
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Hooded Merganser by Leslie Leathers Photography
Hooded Merganser 2560 1978 The Tucson Gallery

Hooded Merganser

by Leslie Leathers
Photography
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Quail on Cholla by Leslie Leathers Photography
Quail On Cholla 2560 1920 The Tucson Gallery

Quail On Cholla

by Leslie Leathers
Photography
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Loves Me Loves Me Not by Enrique Aldana
Loves Me Loves Me Not 1728 2304 The Tucson Gallery

Loves Me Loves Me Not

by Enrique Aldana
Photography
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The Loft

Murals

Murals 2176 2560 The Tucson Gallery
Ride Wild by Joe Pagac
Ride Wild Mural 1920 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Ride Wild Mural

Prickly Pop by Ignacio Garcia
Prickly Pop 1920 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Prickly Pop

Epic Ride Duo Mural by Joe Pagac
Epic Ride Duo Mural 2560 2165 The Tucson Gallery

Epic Ride Duo Mural

Love Birds
Love Birds 2560 1789 The Tucson Gallery

Love Birds

Mujer Empoderdora by Ignacio Garcia
Mujer Empoderdora 1920 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Mujer Empoderdora

Jack & Bill by Ignacio Garcia
Jack & Bill 1920 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Jack & Bill

Running of the Piñatas by Ignacio Garcia
Running Of The Piñatas 2560 1788 The Tucson Gallery

Running Of The Piñatas

Southside by Ignacio Garcia
Hang Em High 2044 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Hang Em High

El Tour 2022 by Joe Pagac
El Tour 2022 Mural 1920 2560 The Tucson Gallery

El Tour 2022 Mural

Serenity
Serenity 2560 1400 The Tucson Gallery

Serenity

The Loft
The Loft 2176 2560 The Tucson Gallery

The Loft

Surfer Dude Mural by Joe Pagac
Surfer Dude Mural 2560 1317 The Tucson Gallery

Surfer Dude Mural

Loungin' Lizard Mural by Joe Pagac
Loungin’ Lizard Mural 2560 1220 The Tucson Gallery

Loungin’ Lizard Mural

Spaceman Mural by Joe Pagac
Spaceman Mural 1539 2560 The Tucson Gallery

Spaceman Mural

Campfire by Joe Pagac
Campfire Mural 6000 5631 The Tucson Gallery

Campfire Mural

Big Little Dreams
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Big Little Dreams

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