Arizona Aqueous XXVIII starts now!

I have been given the honor of being among 58 artists whose work is featured in the 28th Arizona Aqueous national juried exhibition.

My Nine-Part Herbal Fantasy is one of 71 works of art selected by artist and juror Judy Morris, of Beaverton, OR.

 

The Tubac Center of the Arts is an interesting institution.  It is a nonprofit art center, supported by members, and features a rotating series of exhibitions. the Arizona Aqueous XXVIII show runs from February 7 through March 9, 2014.

The show kicked off with an opening reception Feb. 7 that I regret I was unable to attend–I’m still in northern California, dealing with family business.

I’ve only been able to find limited information about the show on the Internet. The community of Tubac is in southern Arizona, south of Tucson, located on Interstate 19.  The Tubac Center of the Arts has been described as the center of the area’s arts community.  It features performing arts as well as visual art exhibitions.

The Arizona Aqueous XXVIII show may be viewed at the center Monday through Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and on Sundays from 12:00-4:30 p.m.  Admission is free.  If you are in the area, please stop by and see the show!

IMAGE CREDITS: The photo of Nine-Part Herbal Fantasy is by Jan S. Gephardt, the artist.  Please re-post only with a link back and attribution.  The logo for the Arizona Aqueous show is from the Southern Arizona News-Examiner.  Many thanks!

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Kansas City-based Jan S. Gephardt is a writer, artist, and teacher. She makes nationally-recognized paper sculpture and writes sf mystery novels about a sapient police dog.

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