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Featured Artists

Each month a new local artist is given the opportunity to feature work in Oro Valley Council Chambers. If you are a local artist or you know of a local artist that would like to be featured in the Council Chambers, please call 520-229-4700

Desert painting by Karen Brungardt

Karen was quite the doodler as a child but didn’t take her first art course until her senior year

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Window art by Sandra Montgomery

Raised on a family farm in Yuma, Arizona, Sandra Montgomery has called Tucson home since graduati

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"Kaleidoscope" by Nanci McCune

Nanci McCune's expansive sky paintings with vibrant and whimsical colors mirror the sense of peacefulness that she discovered in herself upon moving to Arizona in 2011. Although she has painted skies for over 40 years, the many variations in Arizona sunsets continue to be an endless source of inspiration for her paintings.

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Photo of youth art in Council Chambers

 

Youth Art featured in Council Chambers from November 2016 – February 2017. This month's series of artwork includes work by:

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Featured Artists: Youth Art

 

Youth Art featured in Council Chambers from November 2016 – February 2017. This month's series of artwork includes work by:

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Youth art displayed in Council Chambers

 

Youth Art featured in Council Chambers from November 2016 – February 2017. This month's series of artwork includes work by:

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Featured Artist: Youth Art

 

Youth Art featured in Council Chambers from November 2016 – February 2017. This month's series of artwork includes work by:

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Photograph by Cita Scott

Scott’ s work celebrates nature through still life and landscapes in acrylic, collage and photography. Her infusion of colors and light of the desert southwest reflect twenty five years of life in Tucson, while  her flowers and birds explore the wonder surrounding us in a myriad of moments every day, sometimes in surprising ways. A tiny hummingbird becomes monumental.

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Paintings by Kathryn Gastelum

As an abstract painter, colorist, thinker and spiritual soul, I'm influenced mostly by our versicolored, awesome southwest skies and classic jazz music. As a Tucson native since '64, my passion is all about color and composition. I received a BFA in Graphic Design from the University of Arizona and later studied Interior Design, becoming affiliated with A.S.I.D. as an Allied member.

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Makoto Takigawa

Bio
Born in Japan, Makoto Takigawa pursued his higher education in America, receiving BFA from San Francisco Art Institute. His inspiration arises from observations made while surrounded by nature, including years of working in the field and the lab in paleontology.

He currently resides in Tucson, Arizona.

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Featured Artist: Mary Wifall

My first job, at the age of 12 yrs., was working in the corner Florist Shop. We were located near a cemetery, and people would stop and buy a bouquet to take to the grave site of a loved one. I fell in love with the varieties, colors, and wonderful smells of being near flowers. Until recently flowers were always an avocation. After retirement I was able to devote my full time, and energy, to the study of my beloved flowers.

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