Upcoming and Current Artwork on Display
- 100 Years 100 Ranchers
Photographs by Scott Baxter
On display October 30, 2015 – Present
- Baxter’s work in the series has captured the portraits of various subjects; it has also created a greater awareness of the ranching culture and heritage in Arizona for residents and visitors; and it showcases the extraordinary beauty and diversity of landscapes in the State. His work gives them their due recognition for persevering through extreme challenges — land development pressures, drought, economic difficulties — to survive.
Artwork by Sheila Pitt
On display March 1 – July 10, 2016
- Sheila Pitt’s works on paper entitled, Quadriplegia, reflect her experience as a quadriplegic by combining themes of pain and frustration into her art work that documents her slow and steady recovery.
- Martin Luther King Dr.: Honoring an American Hero
Photographs by Susan Berger
On display July 12 – October 31, 2016
Berger embarked on trips around the country to photograph streets that have been renamed to honor Martin Luther King Blvd. The series, in black and white, records everyday Americana.