A wide variety of work will be shown including paintings, sculpture, and prints. This show was conceived as a way to benefit animal charities, give our artists a challenge to create things for $100 or less, and also reward our wonderful collectors with a chance to acquire a “find” at a great price. Collectors can call, email, or come in to “buy” a piece. If there is more than one buyer for the same piece, we will draw to see who gets to purchase the piece. Buyers can start as soon as our evite goes out on July 10th. For the art with more than one buyer, we will draw to see who gets the piece on Friday morning, July 13th, after the Thursday night opening July 12th event. Pieces not sold during this time, will still be for sale after the event.
Mother and Daughter
It’s All Here
Most of our wonderful artists have chosen to participate in previous years, and they include: Jamie Ellsworth, Ryan Hale, Andrea Peterson, Bill Colt, Connie Townsend, Chaille Trevor, Patrick Coffaro, and so many more that we do not have space here to name them all.
Included are some examples of last year’s art. These pieces are samples of the artists’ work only, the actual pieces will be revealed right before the event.
Art Walk every Thursday, 7 – 9 PM
Opening: August 1st, 2018
Closing: August 31st, 2018
Along with our regular animal art, WILDE MEYER ANNEX will be featuring Avian art, from the diminutive hummingbirds by Sheridan Brown to the regal flamingos and parrots by Patricia Hunter. Lori Faye Bock presents birds of imagination and whimsy, while Jim Nelson portrays fierce eagles and symbolic ravens. Timothy Chapman and Amanda Wilner are also among those featured.
Wilde Meyer Gallery, 2890 E Skyline Drive, Suite 170, Tucson 520-615-5222 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Artwalk every Thursday, 5 – 7 PM
Show opening: August 1st, 2018
Show closing: August 31st, 2018
A group show of works with an emphasis on the attributes of the west – why we love it. The work will include the contemporary cowboy and Indian interpretations by Michael Swearngin, Karen Bezuidenhout and Maura Allen, western landscapes by Judy Choate and Melissa Johnson and Barbara Gurwitz, western wildlife by Sarah Webber, and special icons of the west – horses, by Ka Fisher, Chaille Trevor, Jim Nelson, and more