Voted best in Tucson four times. Madaras Gallery has become synonymous with Tucson and has the largest collection of Diana's work in the Southwest. Bold, joyful paintings, reproductions and new Gift Gallery. Open daily. Mon.–Sat. 10 a.m.–6 p.m., Sun. 11 a.m.–5 p.m. Other location: 1535 E. Broadway Blvd., 623-4000.
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Madaras Skyline Gallery hosts guest lecturer Terry DeWald showing contemporary Tohono O'odham baskets as well as a variety of antique baskets. The lecture will explore differe...more
Madaras Gallery hosts an exhibit of sculptures by Tucson bronze sculptor Al Glann, presenting his horse collection "Majesty in Movement."more
Madaras Gallery hosts an exhibit of mini acrylic paintings by one of Diana's favorite teachers, William Hook of Santa Fe and Carmel. Hook captures cowboys, horses, forest studies, w...more