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.
  • Quadriplegia
    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.