Johnie Thornton's "Confabulation" @ Moen Mason Gallery

Juxtapoz // Monday, March 23, 2015
Sociology, geometry, architecture, and nature collide in Los Angeles artist Johnie Thornton’s Confabulation now on view at Moen Mason Gallery in Tucson, AZ. Riding a streak of a dozen exhibitions in the past year, Thornton is primed to present the largest exhibition of his work to date at Tucson’s celebrated contemporary art gallery, Moen Mason.

Tom Eckert's Wooden Sculptures Don't Look Like Wood

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, May 29, 2013
Arizona-based artist Tom Eckert begins with basswood, linden, or line wood and patiently carves and paints each piece to resemble realistic looking still lifes. "Forms carved to suggest cloth recur in many of my pieces...Covered forms are often more evocative - with a sense of mystery absent from the uncovered object by itself. We would love to see these in person.

ROA in Arizona Desert

Juxtapoz // Saturday, August 25, 2012
Appearing to be everywhere at once, Roa’s work is now popping up in the desert of Arizona in conjunction with the Painted Desert Project. Organized by artists, Yote and Jetsonorama, the project aims to educate other of the various creative aspects of Navajo Culture.

Josh Keyes "Above and Below" @ Joseph Gross Gallery, Tucson

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, April 17, 2012
Something for the Arizona crowd to look forward to. Portland, Oregon-based fine artist Josh Keyes will be opening Above and Below at the University of Arizona's Joseph Gross Gallery in Tucson starting on May 21, 2012. As the Gallery notes, "Above and Below dissects into a syncopated and practiced arrangement of uncommon encounters. Keyes’ creatures embody global political and social upheaval while poised to face the colossal summit of civil decay."


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