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Blue Door in the Presidio by Rob Waters

Red Door – Tucson’s Presidio

Red Door – Tucson’s Presidio 1915 2560 The Tucson Gallery
Blue Door in the Presidio by Rob Waters
Tucson Gallery is Proud to Feature Red Door – Tucson’s Presidio by Rob Waters

Red Door – Tucson’s Presidio

by Rob Waters
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reactionSalad by Damon Leverett

Reaction Salad

Reaction Salad 1855 2560 The Tucson Gallery
Reaction Salad by Damon Leverett
Tucson Gallery is Proud to Feature Reaction Salad by Damon Leverett

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loveOrchid by Damon Leverett

Love Orchids

Love Orchids 4000 5491 The Tucson Gallery
Love Orchids by Damon Leverett
Tucson Gallery is Proud to Feature Love Orchids by Damon Leverett

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Brown Eyed Girl by Ralph Philabaum

Brown Eyed Girl

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

Brown Eyed Girl

by Ralph Philabaum
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Picante by Ralph Philabaum

Picante

Picante 1758 2560 The Tucson Gallery
Picante by Ralph Philabaum
Picante by Ralph Philabaum

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Peeps by Ralph Philabaum

Peeps

Peeps 2560 1868 The Tucson Gallery
Peeps by Ralph Philabaum
Tucson Gallery is Proud to Feature Peeps by Ralph Philabaum

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Chuparosa by Ralph Philabaum

Chuparosa

Chuparosa 2560 1836 The Tucson Gallery
Chuparosa by Ralph Philabaum
Tucson Gallery is Proud to Feature Chuparosa by Ralph Philabaum

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Arizona Ante by Suzanne Villella

Arizona Ante

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

Arizona Ante

by Suzanne Villella
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Louie! by Suzanne Villella

Louie!

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

Louie!

by Suzanne Villella
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Bearded and buff, Louie the Lumberjack represents and supports students and fans at Northern Arizona University.  He was officially named mascot in 1964, although the lumberjack as a school mascot began in the early 20th century.  He appeared at sporting events in 1986 and wore his official mascot costume starting in 1988.

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Sparky! by Suzanne Villella

Sparky!

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

Sparky!

by Suzanne Villella
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Devilish Sparky has playfully and proudly been representing Arizona State University since November 20th, 1946 when students voted to change their name from the Bulldogs to the Sun Devils. In 2013, students, alumni, faculty and season ticket holders voted on Sparky’s current design.

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