Arts and Entertainment
August 22, 2019From: Davis Dominguez Gallery
Tucson’s oldest and largest contemporary art gallery will open its doors for the season on Tuesday, September 3, 2019. This marks the 44th season for the gallery which features works by Tucson and regional artists. The 1930’s Tucson Warehouse on 6th Street has been renovated into a high-ceiling, white walled, concrete floor ‘Chelsea style’ gallery appropriate for modern paintings and sculpture.
Owners Candice Davis and Mike Dominguez started their gallery business downtown in 1976 in the Pioneer Building at Stone and Pennington, then moved to the Northwest before returning downtown in 1998.
“This has been a great art city for our gallery, far more interesting and supportive than we could have asked for.” says Candice Davis. “We are looking forward to another good schedule of exhibitions which include an All-Arizona print show in September, a 4-women artist show, an abstract painting and sculpture show and a figure show called, Of the Flesh. Our season closer will be the 28th edition of Small Things Considered, a big 80 artist invitational.”
Hours: Tuesday – Friday 11am-5pm, Saturday 11am-4pm.
Location : 154 E 6th Street
Telephone: (520) 629-9759
Web site: www.davisdominguez.com
Parking: Free on Ferro Avenue, east side of building
Other: Wheel chair accessible, students and families welcome
Illustration: Clay sculpture by JOY FOX (foreground), paintings by AMY METIER and JENNY DAY (background) with bronze pelican sculpture by MARK ROSSI in corner, Main Gallery.