find my work every day

Tucson, Arizona:

– Cactus Wren Artisans / Studio S’Evans, 2740 S. Kinney Rd (in Cat Mountain Station), closed Wed.,  open 9 to 3 —  jewelry for men and women, saguaro ornaments, tiles/coasters, some framed pieces and a variety of bowls or plates (selection changes). See: cactuswrenartisans.net. Mask required.

– Art House Centro, 186 N. Meyer Ave., Tucson, AZ,  (520-620-1725, call for hours), saguaro sun catchers, tiles, boxes, plates. See: https://www.arthousecentro.com/  

– Artemesia Soaps, Salts & Scrubs, 6530 E. Tanque Verde Rd. at La Plaza Shoppes, Ste. 170, Tucson, AZ, soap dishes only. See: byartemesia.com.  Open: Wed.-Fri., 11-4; Sat., 11-3, and by appointment.

-Framed to Perfection and Gallery, Oracle Crossing 7625 N. Oracle, Suite 125, (520) 571-1983, (across the parking lot from Sprouts, next to Smashburger), wall pieces & box only, closed Sunday-Monday.

Tubac, Arizona:  

Cactus Wren Art Gallery, 19 Tubac Rd., Suite 600, closed Monday-Tuesday, open Wednesday-Sunday 10 a.m. – 4 p.m., but hours change. Best to call 520-437-3988 for hours; jewelry, recycled boxes, saguaro sun catchers / ornaments, maybe a bowl or two. See: https://www.facebook.com/CactusWrenArtGallery/ 

Cave Creek, Arizona:      

– Cowbells Western Interiors, 7100 E. Cave Creek Rd., Suite 139, (480) 575-6797, framed spirit horses. https://www.facebook.com/stagecoach139/ Call for hours.

Richmond, Virginia:

Laurel Gallery, 2805 Hungary Rd.  http://www.laurelgalleryrva.com/  watermelon plate only

Besides working with fused glass, I have in the past maintained my journalistic side: www.sonoranartsnetwork.net, no longer an active site.

Also occasional articles for a Tucson magazine Zócalo (articles about the Heart of Tucson Art Spring Open Studio Tour (April 2016), about the restoration of a Ted DeGrazia mural at a home (October 2016), about The Loft Film Fest (November 2016). the Tucson Rodeo Parade Museum (February 2017), Merchant’s Garden (April 2017), Otherworldly (September 2017), about Tucson astronomy artists, and Spacefest (June 2018).

In january 2019 Desert Leaf you can read about my visit to four glass museums in Europe last summer:  http://trendmag2.trendoffset.com/publication/?m=12024&l=1#{%22issue_id%22:553289,%22page%22:34}

In the May 2019 Desert Leaf is an article about an event I attended with a friend in Germany:  http://trendmag2.trendoffset.com/publication/?m=12024&l=1#{%22issue_id%22:582020,%22page%22:14}

No longer:

– Leaping Lizard Gallery, 6530 E. Tanque Verde Rd. at La Plaza Shoppes, Tucson, AZ, open every day, a selection of most items. GALLERY CLOSED as of 7/30/2020, has re-opened only as a co-op.

Moonlite Creations Gallery & Studio, 101 W 6th St, Studio A, Tucson, AZ, open Wed. -Sun., jewelry only. This gallery has been closed due to death of owner, Jan. 2020.

– The Red Door Gallery, 10 Plaza Road, www.thereddoorgallery.com, saguaro ornaments/sun catchers only

Tubac Center of the Arts Gift Shop, 9 Plaza Road,, Tubac, Arizona, pendants and recycled boxes (Aug. 2-Nov. 1, 2019)

– Sonoran Glass School Gallery, 633 W. 18th St., open Mon.-Fri., 9  to 5, sonoranglass.org – bowls, tiles, Rainbow Rattlesnakes

Cerrillos Station, 15B First Street, open Mon.-Sat., 10 to 5:30, Sun., 11 to 5, mostly jewelry, purse hangers

Southern Arizona Arts Guild Gallery, 7119 N. Oracle Rd., Tucson. The gallery still exists, but I’ve taken a break, effective July 2, 2017. It has since moved to La Encantada.

– Cactus Wren Artisans at Monterey Court, 505 W. Miracle Mile, Tucson – The co-op closed at this location on Feb. 24, 2017, but Monterey Court and its music, café and bar continue.

– Tucson Gift Gallery (formerly: Tucson Artistic Gifts), 423 N. 4th Ave. https://www.facebook.com/TucsonGiftGallery – physical store closed end of May 2016

– Hacienda del Sol Guest Ranch Resort Gift Shop, 5501 N. Hacienda del Sol Rd, www.haciendadelsol.com/gift-shop/gift-shop.htm – southwestern tiles, framed picture (sold)

Roxie’s Consignment, 2741 N. Campbell, open Mon-Sat., www.roxiesconsignment.com/ – bracelets only – Out of business — Every artist’s nightmare:  my consignment pieces, gone with the wind because of store owner’s bankruptcy.