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Members' Calendar of Events

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January 2018
11 Mineral Madness VIP Preview

Mineral Madness Sale Preview for Members and Mineral VIP's.
Shop for your own mineral and fossil treasures at rock-bottom prices! Thousands of mineral specimens for sale for the novice to the serious collector. The sale features Arizona and Mexico minerals with a selection of minerals and fossils from around the world as well. Bargain hunters will find specimens for as little as 50 cents!
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20 Colors of Cabo Pulmo Opening

Come celebrate the opening of the Colors of Cabo Pulmo exhibit at the Ironwood Gallery. All are welcome!
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21 Colors of Cabo Pulmo

Colors of Cabo Pulmo is part of a Desert Museum Art Institute Department project titled Project Resurgence. The project documents and celebrates the remarkable work of communities in Baja California and Sonora who work to conserve and restore biodiversity of the Sonoran Desert. The projects specifically showcase original fine art created by selected research artists in residence. The artwork created for Colors of Cabo Pulmo was inspired by the protected marine park’s success story, it’s surrounding desert landscape, and the community’s natural history conservation efforts. The goal of Colors of Cabo Pulmo is to create a memorable narrative that will move people to be more conservation minded and aims to inspire the world to follow in the footsteps of Cabo Pulmo residents. Highlights of the exhibition showcase the processes and techniques of three of the core research artists Andrew Denman, Rachel Ivanyi and Martha Thompson. Other artists and photographers in this exhibition will include David Kitler, Glenn Thompson, and Jake Bryant.
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22 Colors of Cabo Pulmo

Colors of Cabo Pulmo is part of a Desert Museum Art Institute Department project titled Project Resurgence. The project documents and celebrates the remarkable work of communities in Baja California and Sonora who work to conserve and restore biodiversity of the Sonoran Desert. The projects specifically showcase original fine art created by selected research artists in residence. The artwork created for Colors of Cabo Pulmo was inspired by the protected marine park’s success story, it’s surrounding desert landscape, and the community’s natural history conservation efforts. The goal of Colors of Cabo Pulmo is to create a memorable narrative that will move people to be more conservation minded and aims to inspire the world to follow in the footsteps of Cabo Pulmo residents. Highlights of the exhibition showcase the processes and techniques of three of the core research artists Andrew Denman, Rachel Ivanyi and Martha Thompson. Other artists and photographers in this exhibition will include David Kitler, Glenn Thompson, and Jake Bryant.
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23 Colors of Cabo Pulmo

Colors of Cabo Pulmo is part of a Desert Museum Art Institute Department project titled Project Resurgence. The project documents and celebrates the remarkable work of communities in Baja California and Sonora who work to conserve and restore biodiversity of the Sonoran Desert. The projects specifically showcase original fine art created by selected research artists in residence. The artwork created for Colors of Cabo Pulmo was inspired by the protected marine park’s success story, it’s surrounding desert landscape, and the community’s natural history conservation efforts. The goal of Colors of Cabo Pulmo is to create a memorable narrative that will move people to be more conservation minded and aims to inspire the world to follow in the footsteps of Cabo Pulmo residents. Highlights of the exhibition showcase the processes and techniques of three of the core research artists Andrew Denman, Rachel Ivanyi and Martha Thompson. Other artists and photographers in this exhibition will include David Kitler, Glenn Thompson, and Jake Bryant.
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24 Colors of Cabo Pulmo

Colors of Cabo Pulmo is part of a Desert Museum Art Institute Department project titled Project Resurgence. The project documents and celebrates the remarkable work of communities in Baja California and Sonora who work to conserve and restore biodiversity of the Sonoran Desert. The projects specifically showcase original fine art created by selected research artists in residence. The artwork created for Colors of Cabo Pulmo was inspired by the protected marine park’s success story, it’s surrounding desert landscape, and the community’s natural history conservation efforts. The goal of Colors of Cabo Pulmo is to create a memorable narrative that will move people to be more conservation minded and aims to inspire the world to follow in the footsteps of Cabo Pulmo residents. Highlights of the exhibition showcase the processes and techniques of three of the core research artists Andrew Denman, Rachel Ivanyi and Martha Thompson. Other artists and photographers in this exhibition will include David Kitler, Glenn Thompson, and Jake Bryant.
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25 Colors of Cabo Pulmo

Colors of Cabo Pulmo is part of a Desert Museum Art Institute Department project titled Project Resurgence. The project documents and celebrates the remarkable work of communities in Baja California and Sonora who work to conserve and restore biodiversity of the Sonoran Desert. The projects specifically showcase original fine art created by selected research artists in residence. The artwork created for Colors of Cabo Pulmo was inspired by the protected marine park’s success story, it’s surrounding desert landscape, and the community’s natural history conservation efforts. The goal of Colors of Cabo Pulmo is to create a memorable narrative that will move people to be more conservation minded and aims to inspire the world to follow in the footsteps of Cabo Pulmo residents. Highlights of the exhibition showcase the processes and techniques of three of the core research artists Andrew Denman, Rachel Ivanyi and Martha Thompson. Other artists and photographers in this exhibition will include David Kitler, Glenn Thompson, and Jake Bryant.
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26 Colors of Cabo Pulmo

Colors of Cabo Pulmo is part of a Desert Museum Art Institute Department project titled Project Resurgence. The project documents and celebrates the remarkable work of communities in Baja California and Sonora who work to conserve and restore biodiversity of the Sonoran Desert. The projects specifically showcase original fine art created by selected research artists in residence. The artwork created for Colors of Cabo Pulmo was inspired by the protected marine park’s success story, it’s surrounding desert landscape, and the community’s natural history conservation efforts. The goal of Colors of Cabo Pulmo is to create a memorable narrative that will move people to be more conservation minded and aims to inspire the world to follow in the footsteps of Cabo Pulmo residents. Highlights of the exhibition showcase the processes and techniques of three of the core research artists Andrew Denman, Rachel Ivanyi and Martha Thompson. Other artists and photographers in this exhibition will include David Kitler, Glenn Thompson, and Jake Bryant.
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27 Colors of Cabo Pulmo

Colors of Cabo Pulmo is part of a Desert Museum Art Institute Department project titled Project Resurgence. The project documents and celebrates the remarkable work of communities in Baja California and Sonora who work to conserve and restore biodiversity of the Sonoran Desert. The projects specifically showcase original fine art created by selected research artists in residence. The artwork created for Colors of Cabo Pulmo was inspired by the protected marine park’s success story, it’s surrounding desert landscape, and the community’s natural history conservation efforts. The goal of Colors of Cabo Pulmo is to create a memorable narrative that will move people to be more conservation minded and aims to inspire the world to follow in the footsteps of Cabo Pulmo residents. Highlights of the exhibition showcase the processes and techniques of three of the core research artists Andrew Denman, Rachel Ivanyi and Martha Thompson. Other artists and photographers in this exhibition will include David Kitler, Glenn Thompson, and Jake Bryant.
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28 Colors of Cabo Pulmo

Colors of Cabo Pulmo is part of a Desert Museum Art Institute Department project titled Project Resurgence. The project documents and celebrates the remarkable work of communities in Baja California and Sonora who work to conserve and restore biodiversity of the Sonoran Desert. The projects specifically showcase original fine art created by selected research artists in residence. The artwork created for Colors of Cabo Pulmo was inspired by the protected marine park’s success story, it’s surrounding desert landscape, and the community’s natural history conservation efforts. The goal of Colors of Cabo Pulmo is to create a memorable narrative that will move people to be more conservation minded and aims to inspire the world to follow in the footsteps of Cabo Pulmo residents. Highlights of the exhibition showcase the processes and techniques of three of the core research artists Andrew Denman, Rachel Ivanyi and Martha Thompson. Other artists and photographers in this exhibition will include David Kitler, Glenn Thompson, and Jake Bryant.
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29 Colors of Cabo Pulmo

Colors of Cabo Pulmo is part of a Desert Museum Art Institute Department project titled Project Resurgence. The project documents and celebrates the remarkable work of communities in Baja California and Sonora who work to conserve and restore biodiversity of the Sonoran Desert. The projects specifically showcase original fine art created by selected research artists in residence. The artwork created for Colors of Cabo Pulmo was inspired by the protected marine park’s success story, it’s surrounding desert landscape, and the community’s natural history conservation efforts. The goal of Colors of Cabo Pulmo is to create a memorable narrative that will move people to be more conservation minded and aims to inspire the world to follow in the footsteps of Cabo Pulmo residents. Highlights of the exhibition showcase the processes and techniques of three of the core research artists Andrew Denman, Rachel Ivanyi and Martha Thompson. Other artists and photographers in this exhibition will include David Kitler, Glenn Thompson, and Jake Bryant.
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30 Colors of Cabo Pulmo

Colors of Cabo Pulmo is part of a Desert Museum Art Institute Department project titled Project Resurgence. The project documents and celebrates the remarkable work of communities in Baja California and Sonora who work to conserve and restore biodiversity of the Sonoran Desert. The projects specifically showcase original fine art created by selected research artists in residence. The artwork created for Colors of Cabo Pulmo was inspired by the protected marine park’s success story, it’s surrounding desert landscape, and the community’s natural history conservation efforts. The goal of Colors of Cabo Pulmo is to create a memorable narrative that will move people to be more conservation minded and aims to inspire the world to follow in the footsteps of Cabo Pulmo residents. Highlights of the exhibition showcase the processes and techniques of three of the core research artists Andrew Denman, Rachel Ivanyi and Martha Thompson. Other artists and photographers in this exhibition will include David Kitler, Glenn Thompson, and Jake Bryant.
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31 Colors of Cabo Pulmo

Colors of Cabo Pulmo is part of a Desert Museum Art Institute Department project titled Project Resurgence. The project documents and celebrates the remarkable work of communities in Baja California and Sonora who work to conserve and restore biodiversity of the Sonoran Desert. The projects specifically showcase original fine art created by selected research artists in residence. The artwork created for Colors of Cabo Pulmo was inspired by the protected marine park’s success story, it’s surrounding desert landscape, and the community’s natural history conservation efforts. The goal of Colors of Cabo Pulmo is to create a memorable narrative that will move people to be more conservation minded and aims to inspire the world to follow in the footsteps of Cabo Pulmo residents. Highlights of the exhibition showcase the processes and techniques of three of the core research artists Andrew Denman, Rachel Ivanyi and Martha Thompson. Other artists and photographers in this exhibition will include David Kitler, Glenn Thompson, and Jake Bryant.
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February
1 Colors of Cabo Pulmo

Colors of Cabo Pulmo is part of a Desert Museum Art Institute Department project titled Project Resurgence. The project documents and celebrates the remarkable work of communities in Baja California and Sonora who work to conserve and restore biodiversity of the Sonoran Desert. The projects specifically showcase original fine art created by selected research artists in residence. The artwork created for Colors of Cabo Pulmo was inspired by the protected marine park’s success story, it’s surrounding desert landscape, and the community’s natural history conservation efforts. The goal of Colors of Cabo Pulmo is to create a memorable narrative that will move people to be more conservation minded and aims to inspire the world to follow in the footsteps of Cabo Pulmo residents. Highlights of the exhibition showcase the processes and techniques of three of the core research artists Andrew Denman, Rachel Ivanyi and Martha Thompson. Other artists and photographers in this exhibition will include David Kitler, Glenn Thompson, and Jake Bryant.
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2 Colors of Cabo Pulmo

Colors of Cabo Pulmo is part of a Desert Museum Art Institute Department project titled Project Resurgence. The project documents and celebrates the remarkable work of communities in Baja California and Sonora who work to conserve and restore biodiversity of the Sonoran Desert. The projects specifically showcase original fine art created by selected research artists in residence. The artwork created for Colors of Cabo Pulmo was inspired by the protected marine park’s success story, it’s surrounding desert landscape, and the community’s natural history conservation efforts. The goal of Colors of Cabo Pulmo is to create a memorable narrative that will move people to be more conservation minded and aims to inspire the world to follow in the footsteps of Cabo Pulmo residents. Highlights of the exhibition showcase the processes and techniques of three of the core research artists Andrew Denman, Rachel Ivanyi and Martha Thompson. Other artists and photographers in this exhibition will include David Kitler, Glenn Thompson, and Jake Bryant.
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3 Sandhill Cranes, Raptors and Waterfowl

Thousands of sandhill cranes migrate from as far away as Alaska to spend the winter in the agricultural fields near Willcox, one of our region's birding hot spots. Meet vans at Park Place Mall
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Colors of Cabo Pulmo

Colors of Cabo Pulmo is part of a Desert Museum Art Institute Department project titled Project Resurgence. The project documents and celebrates the remarkable work of communities in Baja California and Sonora who work to conserve and restore biodiversity of the Sonoran Desert. The projects specifically showcase original fine art created by selected research artists in residence. The artwork created for Colors of Cabo Pulmo was inspired by the protected marine park’s success story, it’s surrounding desert landscape, and the community’s natural history conservation efforts. The goal of Colors of Cabo Pulmo is to create a memorable narrative that will move people to be more conservation minded and aims to inspire the world to follow in the footsteps of Cabo Pulmo residents. Highlights of the exhibition showcase the processes and techniques of three of the core research artists Andrew Denman, Rachel Ivanyi and Martha Thompson. Other artists and photographers in this exhibition will include David Kitler, Glenn Thompson, and Jake Bryant.
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4 Colors of Cabo Pulmo

Colors of Cabo Pulmo is part of a Desert Museum Art Institute Department project titled Project Resurgence. The project documents and celebrates the remarkable work of communities in Baja California and Sonora who work to conserve and restore biodiversity of the Sonoran Desert. The projects specifically showcase original fine art created by selected research artists in residence. The artwork created for Colors of Cabo Pulmo was inspired by the protected marine park’s success story, it’s surrounding desert landscape, and the community’s natural history conservation efforts. The goal of Colors of Cabo Pulmo is to create a memorable narrative that will move people to be more conservation minded and aims to inspire the world to follow in the footsteps of Cabo Pulmo residents. Highlights of the exhibition showcase the processes and techniques of three of the core research artists Andrew Denman, Rachel Ivanyi and Martha Thompson. Other artists and photographers in this exhibition will include David Kitler, Glenn Thompson, and Jake Bryant.
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5 Colors of Cabo Pulmo

Colors of Cabo Pulmo is part of a Desert Museum Art Institute Department project titled Project Resurgence. The project documents and celebrates the remarkable work of communities in Baja California and Sonora who work to conserve and restore biodiversity of the Sonoran Desert. The projects specifically showcase original fine art created by selected research artists in residence. The artwork created for Colors of Cabo Pulmo was inspired by the protected marine park’s success story, it’s surrounding desert landscape, and the community’s natural history conservation efforts. The goal of Colors of Cabo Pulmo is to create a memorable narrative that will move people to be more conservation minded and aims to inspire the world to follow in the footsteps of Cabo Pulmo residents. Highlights of the exhibition showcase the processes and techniques of three of the core research artists Andrew Denman, Rachel Ivanyi and Martha Thompson. Other artists and photographers in this exhibition will include David Kitler, Glenn Thompson, and Jake Bryant.
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6 Colors of Cabo Pulmo

Colors of Cabo Pulmo is part of a Desert Museum Art Institute Department project titled Project Resurgence. The project documents and celebrates the remarkable work of communities in Baja California and Sonora who work to conserve and restore biodiversity of the Sonoran Desert. The projects specifically showcase original fine art created by selected research artists in residence. The artwork created for Colors of Cabo Pulmo was inspired by the protected marine park’s success story, it’s surrounding desert landscape, and the community’s natural history conservation efforts. The goal of Colors of Cabo Pulmo is to create a memorable narrative that will move people to be more conservation minded and aims to inspire the world to follow in the footsteps of Cabo Pulmo residents. Highlights of the exhibition showcase the processes and techniques of three of the core research artists Andrew Denman, Rachel Ivanyi and Martha Thompson. Other artists and photographers in this exhibition will include David Kitler, Glenn Thompson, and Jake Bryant.
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7 Colors of Cabo Pulmo

Colors of Cabo Pulmo is part of a Desert Museum Art Institute Department project titled Project Resurgence. The project documents and celebrates the remarkable work of communities in Baja California and Sonora who work to conserve and restore biodiversity of the Sonoran Desert. The projects specifically showcase original fine art created by selected research artists in residence. The artwork created for Colors of Cabo Pulmo was inspired by the protected marine park’s success story, it’s surrounding desert landscape, and the community’s natural history conservation efforts. The goal of Colors of Cabo Pulmo is to create a memorable narrative that will move people to be more conservation minded and aims to inspire the world to follow in the footsteps of Cabo Pulmo residents. Highlights of the exhibition showcase the processes and techniques of three of the core research artists Andrew Denman, Rachel Ivanyi and Martha Thompson. Other artists and photographers in this exhibition will include David Kitler, Glenn Thompson, and Jake Bryant.
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8 Colors of Cabo Pulmo

Colors of Cabo Pulmo is part of a Desert Museum Art Institute Department project titled Project Resurgence. The project documents and celebrates the remarkable work of communities in Baja California and Sonora who work to conserve and restore biodiversity of the Sonoran Desert. The projects specifically showcase original fine art created by selected research artists in residence. The artwork created for Colors of Cabo Pulmo was inspired by the protected marine park’s success story, it’s surrounding desert landscape, and the community’s natural history conservation efforts. The goal of Colors of Cabo Pulmo is to create a memorable narrative that will move people to be more conservation minded and aims to inspire the world to follow in the footsteps of Cabo Pulmo residents. Highlights of the exhibition showcase the processes and techniques of three of the core research artists Andrew Denman, Rachel Ivanyi and Martha Thompson. Other artists and photographers in this exhibition will include David Kitler, Glenn Thompson, and Jake Bryant.
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The Other Animal: 2018

Become part of the Desert Museum's collection! The Art Institute is excited to welcome back photographer Tom Styrkowicz for "The Other Animal: 2018". Museum members, volunteers, staff and guests are invited to have their photos taken and added to our permanent collection. Each portrait is displayed in the Baldwin Gallery for the duration of the show. Experience free with museum admission.
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9 Colors of Cabo Pulmo

Colors of Cabo Pulmo is part of a Desert Museum Art Institute Department project titled Project Resurgence. The project documents and celebrates the remarkable work of communities in Baja California and Sonora who work to conserve and restore biodiversity of the Sonoran Desert. The projects specifically showcase original fine art created by selected research artists in residence. The artwork created for Colors of Cabo Pulmo was inspired by the protected marine park’s success story, it’s surrounding desert landscape, and the community’s natural history conservation efforts. The goal of Colors of Cabo Pulmo is to create a memorable narrative that will move people to be more conservation minded and aims to inspire the world to follow in the footsteps of Cabo Pulmo residents. Highlights of the exhibition showcase the processes and techniques of three of the core research artists Andrew Denman, Rachel Ivanyi and Martha Thompson. Other artists and photographers in this exhibition will include David Kitler, Glenn Thompson, and Jake Bryant.
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The Other Animal: 2018

Become part of the Desert Museum's collection! The Art Institute is excited to welcome back photographer Tom Styrkowicz for "The Other Animal: 2018". Museum members, volunteers, staff and guests are invited to have their photos taken and added to our permanent collection. Each portrait is displayed in the Baldwin Gallery for the duration of the show. Experience free with museum admission.
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10 Colors of Cabo Pulmo

Colors of Cabo Pulmo is part of a Desert Museum Art Institute Department project titled Project Resurgence. The project documents and celebrates the remarkable work of communities in Baja California and Sonora who work to conserve and restore biodiversity of the Sonoran Desert. The projects specifically showcase original fine art created by selected research artists in residence. The artwork created for Colors of Cabo Pulmo was inspired by the protected marine park’s success story, it’s surrounding desert landscape, and the community’s natural history conservation efforts. The goal of Colors of Cabo Pulmo is to create a memorable narrative that will move people to be more conservation minded and aims to inspire the world to follow in the footsteps of Cabo Pulmo residents. Highlights of the exhibition showcase the processes and techniques of three of the core research artists Andrew Denman, Rachel Ivanyi and Martha Thompson. Other artists and photographers in this exhibition will include David Kitler, Glenn Thompson, and Jake Bryant.
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The Other Animal: 2018

Become part of the Desert Museum's collection! The Art Institute is excited to welcome back photographer Tom Styrkowicz for "The Other Animal: 2018". Museum members, volunteers, staff and guests are invited to have their photos taken and added to our permanent collection. Each portrait is displayed in the Baldwin Gallery for the duration of the show. Experience free with museum admission.
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11 Colors of Cabo Pulmo

Colors of Cabo Pulmo is part of a Desert Museum Art Institute Department project titled Project Resurgence. The project documents and celebrates the remarkable work of communities in Baja California and Sonora who work to conserve and restore biodiversity of the Sonoran Desert. The projects specifically showcase original fine art created by selected research artists in residence. The artwork created for Colors of Cabo Pulmo was inspired by the protected marine park’s success story, it’s surrounding desert landscape, and the community’s natural history conservation efforts. The goal of Colors of Cabo Pulmo is to create a memorable narrative that will move people to be more conservation minded and aims to inspire the world to follow in the footsteps of Cabo Pulmo residents. Highlights of the exhibition showcase the processes and techniques of three of the core research artists Andrew Denman, Rachel Ivanyi and Martha Thompson. Other artists and photographers in this exhibition will include David Kitler, Glenn Thompson, and Jake Bryant.
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12 Colors of Cabo Pulmo

Colors of Cabo Pulmo is part of a Desert Museum Art Institute Department project titled Project Resurgence. The project documents and celebrates the remarkable work of communities in Baja California and Sonora who work to conserve and restore biodiversity of the Sonoran Desert. The projects specifically showcase original fine art created by selected research artists in residence. The artwork created for Colors of Cabo Pulmo was inspired by the protected marine park’s success story, it’s surrounding desert landscape, and the community’s natural history conservation efforts. The goal of Colors of Cabo Pulmo is to create a memorable narrative that will move people to be more conservation minded and aims to inspire the world to follow in the footsteps of Cabo Pulmo residents. Highlights of the exhibition showcase the processes and techniques of three of the core research artists Andrew Denman, Rachel Ivanyi and Martha Thompson. Other artists and photographers in this exhibition will include David Kitler, Glenn Thompson, and Jake Bryant.
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13 Colors of Cabo Pulmo

Colors of Cabo Pulmo is part of a Desert Museum Art Institute Department project titled Project Resurgence. The project documents and celebrates the remarkable work of communities in Baja California and Sonora who work to conserve and restore biodiversity of the Sonoran Desert. The projects specifically showcase original fine art created by selected research artists in residence. The artwork created for Colors of Cabo Pulmo was inspired by the protected marine park’s success story, it’s surrounding desert landscape, and the community’s natural history conservation efforts. The goal of Colors of Cabo Pulmo is to create a memorable narrative that will move people to be more conservation minded and aims to inspire the world to follow in the footsteps of Cabo Pulmo residents. Highlights of the exhibition showcase the processes and techniques of three of the core research artists Andrew Denman, Rachel Ivanyi and Martha Thompson. Other artists and photographers in this exhibition will include David Kitler, Glenn Thompson, and Jake Bryant.
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14 Colors of Cabo Pulmo

Colors of Cabo Pulmo is part of a Desert Museum Art Institute Department project titled Project Resurgence. The project documents and celebrates the remarkable work of communities in Baja California and Sonora who work to conserve and restore biodiversity of the Sonoran Desert. The projects specifically showcase original fine art created by selected research artists in residence. The artwork created for Colors of Cabo Pulmo was inspired by the protected marine park’s success story, it’s surrounding desert landscape, and the community’s natural history conservation efforts. The goal of Colors of Cabo Pulmo is to create a memorable narrative that will move people to be more conservation minded and aims to inspire the world to follow in the footsteps of Cabo Pulmo residents. Highlights of the exhibition showcase the processes and techniques of three of the core research artists Andrew Denman, Rachel Ivanyi and Martha Thompson. Other artists and photographers in this exhibition will include David Kitler, Glenn Thompson, and Jake Bryant.
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15 Colors of Cabo Pulmo

Colors of Cabo Pulmo is part of a Desert Museum Art Institute Department project titled Project Resurgence. The project documents and celebrates the remarkable work of communities in Baja California and Sonora who work to conserve and restore biodiversity of the Sonoran Desert. The projects specifically showcase original fine art created by selected research artists in residence. The artwork created for Colors of Cabo Pulmo was inspired by the protected marine park’s success story, it’s surrounding desert landscape, and the community’s natural history conservation efforts. The goal of Colors of Cabo Pulmo is to create a memorable narrative that will move people to be more conservation minded and aims to inspire the world to follow in the footsteps of Cabo Pulmo residents. Highlights of the exhibition showcase the processes and techniques of three of the core research artists Andrew Denman, Rachel Ivanyi and Martha Thompson. Other artists and photographers in this exhibition will include David Kitler, Glenn Thompson, and Jake Bryant.
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16 Colors of Cabo Pulmo

Colors of Cabo Pulmo is part of a Desert Museum Art Institute Department project titled Project Resurgence. The project documents and celebrates the remarkable work of communities in Baja California and Sonora who work to conserve and restore biodiversity of the Sonoran Desert. The projects specifically showcase original fine art created by selected research artists in residence. The artwork created for Colors of Cabo Pulmo was inspired by the protected marine park’s success story, it’s surrounding desert landscape, and the community’s natural history conservation efforts. The goal of Colors of Cabo Pulmo is to create a memorable narrative that will move people to be more conservation minded and aims to inspire the world to follow in the footsteps of Cabo Pulmo residents. Highlights of the exhibition showcase the processes and techniques of three of the core research artists Andrew Denman, Rachel Ivanyi and Martha Thompson. Other artists and photographers in this exhibition will include David Kitler, Glenn Thompson, and Jake Bryant.
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17 Colors of Cabo Pulmo

Colors of Cabo Pulmo is part of a Desert Museum Art Institute Department project titled Project Resurgence. The project documents and celebrates the remarkable work of communities in Baja California and Sonora who work to conserve and restore biodiversity of the Sonoran Desert. The projects specifically showcase original fine art created by selected research artists in residence. The artwork created for Colors of Cabo Pulmo was inspired by the protected marine park’s success story, it’s surrounding desert landscape, and the community’s natural history conservation efforts. The goal of Colors of Cabo Pulmo is to create a memorable narrative that will move people to be more conservation minded and aims to inspire the world to follow in the footsteps of Cabo Pulmo residents. Highlights of the exhibition showcase the processes and techniques of three of the core research artists Andrew Denman, Rachel Ivanyi and Martha Thompson. Other artists and photographers in this exhibition will include David Kitler, Glenn Thompson, and Jake Bryant.
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18 Colors of Cabo Pulmo

Colors of Cabo Pulmo is part of a Desert Museum Art Institute Department project titled Project Resurgence. The project documents and celebrates the remarkable work of communities in Baja California and Sonora who work to conserve and restore biodiversity of the Sonoran Desert. The projects specifically showcase original fine art created by selected research artists in residence. The artwork created for Colors of Cabo Pulmo was inspired by the protected marine park’s success story, it’s surrounding desert landscape, and the community’s natural history conservation efforts. The goal of Colors of Cabo Pulmo is to create a memorable narrative that will move people to be more conservation minded and aims to inspire the world to follow in the footsteps of Cabo Pulmo residents. Highlights of the exhibition showcase the processes and techniques of three of the core research artists Andrew Denman, Rachel Ivanyi and Martha Thompson. Other artists and photographers in this exhibition will include David Kitler, Glenn Thompson, and Jake Bryant.
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19 Colors of Cabo Pulmo

Colors of Cabo Pulmo is part of a Desert Museum Art Institute Department project titled Project Resurgence. The project documents and celebrates the remarkable work of communities in Baja California and Sonora who work to conserve and restore biodiversity of the Sonoran Desert. The projects specifically showcase original fine art created by selected research artists in residence. The artwork created for Colors of Cabo Pulmo was inspired by the protected marine park’s success story, it’s surrounding desert landscape, and the community’s natural history conservation efforts. The goal of Colors of Cabo Pulmo is to create a memorable narrative that will move people to be more conservation minded and aims to inspire the world to follow in the footsteps of Cabo Pulmo residents. Highlights of the exhibition showcase the processes and techniques of three of the core research artists Andrew Denman, Rachel Ivanyi and Martha Thompson. Other artists and photographers in this exhibition will include David Kitler, Glenn Thompson, and Jake Bryant.
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20 Colors of Cabo Pulmo

Colors of Cabo Pulmo is part of a Desert Museum Art Institute Department project titled Project Resurgence. The project documents and celebrates the remarkable work of communities in Baja California and Sonora who work to conserve and restore biodiversity of the Sonoran Desert. The projects specifically showcase original fine art created by selected research artists in residence. The artwork created for Colors of Cabo Pulmo was inspired by the protected marine park’s success story, it’s surrounding desert landscape, and the community’s natural history conservation efforts. The goal of Colors of Cabo Pulmo is to create a memorable narrative that will move people to be more conservation minded and aims to inspire the world to follow in the footsteps of Cabo Pulmo residents. Highlights of the exhibition showcase the processes and techniques of three of the core research artists Andrew Denman, Rachel Ivanyi and Martha Thompson. Other artists and photographers in this exhibition will include David Kitler, Glenn Thompson, and Jake Bryant.
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21 Colors of Cabo Pulmo

Colors of Cabo Pulmo is part of a Desert Museum Art Institute Department project titled Project Resurgence. The project documents and celebrates the remarkable work of communities in Baja California and Sonora who work to conserve and restore biodiversity of the Sonoran Desert. The projects specifically showcase original fine art created by selected research artists in residence. The artwork created for Colors of Cabo Pulmo was inspired by the protected marine park’s success story, it’s surrounding desert landscape, and the community’s natural history conservation efforts. The goal of Colors of Cabo Pulmo is to create a memorable narrative that will move people to be more conservation minded and aims to inspire the world to follow in the footsteps of Cabo Pulmo residents. Highlights of the exhibition showcase the processes and techniques of three of the core research artists Andrew Denman, Rachel Ivanyi and Martha Thompson. Other artists and photographers in this exhibition will include David Kitler, Glenn Thompson, and Jake Bryant.
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22 Colors of Cabo Pulmo

Colors of Cabo Pulmo is part of a Desert Museum Art Institute Department project titled Project Resurgence. The project documents and celebrates the remarkable work of communities in Baja California and Sonora who work to conserve and restore biodiversity of the Sonoran Desert. The projects specifically showcase original fine art created by selected research artists in residence. The artwork created for Colors of Cabo Pulmo was inspired by the protected marine park’s success story, it’s surrounding desert landscape, and the community’s natural history conservation efforts. The goal of Colors of Cabo Pulmo is to create a memorable narrative that will move people to be more conservation minded and aims to inspire the world to follow in the footsteps of Cabo Pulmo residents. Highlights of the exhibition showcase the processes and techniques of three of the core research artists Andrew Denman, Rachel Ivanyi and Martha Thompson. Other artists and photographers in this exhibition will include David Kitler, Glenn Thompson, and Jake Bryant.
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23 Colors of Cabo Pulmo

Colors of Cabo Pulmo is part of a Desert Museum Art Institute Department project titled Project Resurgence. The project documents and celebrates the remarkable work of communities in Baja California and Sonora who work to conserve and restore biodiversity of the Sonoran Desert. The projects specifically showcase original fine art created by selected research artists in residence. The artwork created for Colors of Cabo Pulmo was inspired by the protected marine park’s success story, it’s surrounding desert landscape, and the community’s natural history conservation efforts. The goal of Colors of Cabo Pulmo is to create a memorable narrative that will move people to be more conservation minded and aims to inspire the world to follow in the footsteps of Cabo Pulmo residents. Highlights of the exhibition showcase the processes and techniques of three of the core research artists Andrew Denman, Rachel Ivanyi and Martha Thompson. Other artists and photographers in this exhibition will include David Kitler, Glenn Thompson, and Jake Bryant.
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24 Colors of Cabo Pulmo

Colors of Cabo Pulmo is part of a Desert Museum Art Institute Department project titled Project Resurgence. The project documents and celebrates the remarkable work of communities in Baja California and Sonora who work to conserve and restore biodiversity of the Sonoran Desert. The projects specifically showcase original fine art created by selected research artists in residence. The artwork created for Colors of Cabo Pulmo was inspired by the protected marine park’s success story, it’s surrounding desert landscape, and the community’s natural history conservation efforts. The goal of Colors of Cabo Pulmo is to create a memorable narrative that will move people to be more conservation minded and aims to inspire the world to follow in the footsteps of Cabo Pulmo residents. Highlights of the exhibition showcase the processes and techniques of three of the core research artists Andrew Denman, Rachel Ivanyi and Martha Thompson. Other artists and photographers in this exhibition will include David Kitler, Glenn Thompson, and Jake Bryant.
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25 Colors of Cabo Pulmo

Colors of Cabo Pulmo is part of a Desert Museum Art Institute Department project titled Project Resurgence. The project documents and celebrates the remarkable work of communities in Baja California and Sonora who work to conserve and restore biodiversity of the Sonoran Desert. The projects specifically showcase original fine art created by selected research artists in residence. The artwork created for Colors of Cabo Pulmo was inspired by the protected marine park’s success story, it’s surrounding desert landscape, and the community’s natural history conservation efforts. The goal of Colors of Cabo Pulmo is to create a memorable narrative that will move people to be more conservation minded and aims to inspire the world to follow in the footsteps of Cabo Pulmo residents. Highlights of the exhibition showcase the processes and techniques of three of the core research artists Andrew Denman, Rachel Ivanyi and Martha Thompson. Other artists and photographers in this exhibition will include David Kitler, Glenn Thompson, and Jake Bryant.
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26 Colors of Cabo Pulmo

Colors of Cabo Pulmo is part of a Desert Museum Art Institute Department project titled Project Resurgence. The project documents and celebrates the remarkable work of communities in Baja California and Sonora who work to conserve and restore biodiversity of the Sonoran Desert. The projects specifically showcase original fine art created by selected research artists in residence. The artwork created for Colors of Cabo Pulmo was inspired by the protected marine park’s success story, it’s surrounding desert landscape, and the community’s natural history conservation efforts. The goal of Colors of Cabo Pulmo is to create a memorable narrative that will move people to be more conservation minded and aims to inspire the world to follow in the footsteps of Cabo Pulmo residents. Highlights of the exhibition showcase the processes and techniques of three of the core research artists Andrew Denman, Rachel Ivanyi and Martha Thompson. Other artists and photographers in this exhibition will include David Kitler, Glenn Thompson, and Jake Bryant.
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27 Colors of Cabo Pulmo

Colors of Cabo Pulmo is part of a Desert Museum Art Institute Department project titled Project Resurgence. The project documents and celebrates the remarkable work of communities in Baja California and Sonora who work to conserve and restore biodiversity of the Sonoran Desert. The projects specifically showcase original fine art created by selected research artists in residence. The artwork created for Colors of Cabo Pulmo was inspired by the protected marine park’s success story, it’s surrounding desert landscape, and the community’s natural history conservation efforts. The goal of Colors of Cabo Pulmo is to create a memorable narrative that will move people to be more conservation minded and aims to inspire the world to follow in the footsteps of Cabo Pulmo residents. Highlights of the exhibition showcase the processes and techniques of three of the core research artists Andrew Denman, Rachel Ivanyi and Martha Thompson. Other artists and photographers in this exhibition will include David Kitler, Glenn Thompson, and Jake Bryant.
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28 Colors of Cabo Pulmo

Colors of Cabo Pulmo is part of a Desert Museum Art Institute Department project titled Project Resurgence. The project documents and celebrates the remarkable work of communities in Baja California and Sonora who work to conserve and restore biodiversity of the Sonoran Desert. The projects specifically showcase original fine art created by selected research artists in residence. The artwork created for Colors of Cabo Pulmo was inspired by the protected marine park’s success story, it’s surrounding desert landscape, and the community’s natural history conservation efforts. The goal of Colors of Cabo Pulmo is to create a memorable narrative that will move people to be more conservation minded and aims to inspire the world to follow in the footsteps of Cabo Pulmo residents. Highlights of the exhibition showcase the processes and techniques of three of the core research artists Andrew Denman, Rachel Ivanyi and Martha Thompson. Other artists and photographers in this exhibition will include David Kitler, Glenn Thompson, and Jake Bryant.
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March
1 Colors of Cabo Pulmo

Colors of Cabo Pulmo is part of a Desert Museum Art Institute Department project titled Project Resurgence. The project documents and celebrates the remarkable work of communities in Baja California and Sonora who work to conserve and restore biodiversity of the Sonoran Desert. The projects specifically showcase original fine art created by selected research artists in residence. The artwork created for Colors of Cabo Pulmo was inspired by the protected marine park’s success story, it’s surrounding desert landscape, and the community’s natural history conservation efforts. The goal of Colors of Cabo Pulmo is to create a memorable narrative that will move people to be more conservation minded and aims to inspire the world to follow in the footsteps of Cabo Pulmo residents. Highlights of the exhibition showcase the processes and techniques of three of the core research artists Andrew Denman, Rachel Ivanyi and Martha Thompson. Other artists and photographers in this exhibition will include David Kitler, Glenn Thompson, and Jake Bryant.
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2 Colors of Cabo Pulmo

Colors of Cabo Pulmo is part of a Desert Museum Art Institute Department project titled Project Resurgence. The project documents and celebrates the remarkable work of communities in Baja California and Sonora who work to conserve and restore biodiversity of the Sonoran Desert. The projects specifically showcase original fine art created by selected research artists in residence. The artwork created for Colors of Cabo Pulmo was inspired by the protected marine park’s success story, it’s surrounding desert landscape, and the community’s natural history conservation efforts. The goal of Colors of Cabo Pulmo is to create a memorable narrative that will move people to be more conservation minded and aims to inspire the world to follow in the footsteps of Cabo Pulmo residents. Highlights of the exhibition showcase the processes and techniques of three of the core research artists Andrew Denman, Rachel Ivanyi and Martha Thompson. Other artists and photographers in this exhibition will include David Kitler, Glenn Thompson, and Jake Bryant.
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3 Colors of Cabo Pulmo

Colors of Cabo Pulmo is part of a Desert Museum Art Institute Department project titled Project Resurgence. The project documents and celebrates the remarkable work of communities in Baja California and Sonora who work to conserve and restore biodiversity of the Sonoran Desert. The projects specifically showcase original fine art created by selected research artists in residence. The artwork created for Colors of Cabo Pulmo was inspired by the protected marine park’s success story, it’s surrounding desert landscape, and the community’s natural history conservation efforts. The goal of Colors of Cabo Pulmo is to create a memorable narrative that will move people to be more conservation minded and aims to inspire the world to follow in the footsteps of Cabo Pulmo residents. Highlights of the exhibition showcase the processes and techniques of three of the core research artists Andrew Denman, Rachel Ivanyi and Martha Thompson. Other artists and photographers in this exhibition will include David Kitler, Glenn Thompson, and Jake Bryant.
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4 Colors of Cabo Pulmo

Colors of Cabo Pulmo is part of a Desert Museum Art Institute Department project titled Project Resurgence. The project documents and celebrates the remarkable work of communities in Baja California and Sonora who work to conserve and restore biodiversity of the Sonoran Desert. The projects specifically showcase original fine art created by selected research artists in residence. The artwork created for Colors of Cabo Pulmo was inspired by the protected marine park’s success story, it’s surrounding desert landscape, and the community’s natural history conservation efforts. The goal of Colors of Cabo Pulmo is to create a memorable narrative that will move people to be more conservation minded and aims to inspire the world to follow in the footsteps of Cabo Pulmo residents. Highlights of the exhibition showcase the processes and techniques of three of the core research artists Andrew Denman, Rachel Ivanyi and Martha Thompson. Other artists and photographers in this exhibition will include David Kitler, Glenn Thompson, and Jake Bryant.
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5 Colors of Cabo Pulmo

Colors of Cabo Pulmo is part of a Desert Museum Art Institute Department project titled Project Resurgence. The project documents and celebrates the remarkable work of communities in Baja California and Sonora who work to conserve and restore biodiversity of the Sonoran Desert. The projects specifically showcase original fine art created by selected research artists in residence. The artwork created for Colors of Cabo Pulmo was inspired by the protected marine park’s success story, it’s surrounding desert landscape, and the community’s natural history conservation efforts. The goal of Colors of Cabo Pulmo is to create a memorable narrative that will move people to be more conservation minded and aims to inspire the world to follow in the footsteps of Cabo Pulmo residents. Highlights of the exhibition showcase the processes and techniques of three of the core research artists Andrew Denman, Rachel Ivanyi and Martha Thompson. Other artists and photographers in this exhibition will include David Kitler, Glenn Thompson, and Jake Bryant.
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6 Colors of Cabo Pulmo

Colors of Cabo Pulmo is part of a Desert Museum Art Institute Department project titled Project Resurgence. The project documents and celebrates the remarkable work of communities in Baja California and Sonora who work to conserve and restore biodiversity of the Sonoran Desert. The projects specifically showcase original fine art created by selected research artists in residence. The artwork created for Colors of Cabo Pulmo was inspired by the protected marine park’s success story, it’s surrounding desert landscape, and the community’s natural history conservation efforts. The goal of Colors of Cabo Pulmo is to create a memorable narrative that will move people to be more conservation minded and aims to inspire the world to follow in the footsteps of Cabo Pulmo residents. Highlights of the exhibition showcase the processes and techniques of three of the core research artists Andrew Denman, Rachel Ivanyi and Martha Thompson. Other artists and photographers in this exhibition will include David Kitler, Glenn Thompson, and Jake Bryant.
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7 Colors of Cabo Pulmo

Colors of Cabo Pulmo is part of a Desert Museum Art Institute Department project titled Project Resurgence. The project documents and celebrates the remarkable work of communities in Baja California and Sonora who work to conserve and restore biodiversity of the Sonoran Desert. The projects specifically showcase original fine art created by selected research artists in residence. The artwork created for Colors of Cabo Pulmo was inspired by the protected marine park’s success story, it’s surrounding desert landscape, and the community’s natural history conservation efforts. The goal of Colors of Cabo Pulmo is to create a memorable narrative that will move people to be more conservation minded and aims to inspire the world to follow in the footsteps of Cabo Pulmo residents. Highlights of the exhibition showcase the processes and techniques of three of the core research artists Andrew Denman, Rachel Ivanyi and Martha Thompson. Other artists and photographers in this exhibition will include David Kitler, Glenn Thompson, and Jake Bryant.
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8 Colors of Cabo Pulmo

Colors of Cabo Pulmo is part of a Desert Museum Art Institute Department project titled Project Resurgence. The project documents and celebrates the remarkable work of communities in Baja California and Sonora who work to conserve and restore biodiversity of the Sonoran Desert. The projects specifically showcase original fine art created by selected research artists in residence. The artwork created for Colors of Cabo Pulmo was inspired by the protected marine park’s success story, it’s surrounding desert landscape, and the community’s natural history conservation efforts. The goal of Colors of Cabo Pulmo is to create a memorable narrative that will move people to be more conservation minded and aims to inspire the world to follow in the footsteps of Cabo Pulmo residents. Highlights of the exhibition showcase the processes and techniques of three of the core research artists Andrew Denman, Rachel Ivanyi and Martha Thompson. Other artists and photographers in this exhibition will include David Kitler, Glenn Thompson, and Jake Bryant.
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9 Colors of Cabo Pulmo

Colors of Cabo Pulmo is part of a Desert Museum Art Institute Department project titled Project Resurgence. The project documents and celebrates the remarkable work of communities in Baja California and Sonora who work to conserve and restore biodiversity of the Sonoran Desert. The projects specifically showcase original fine art created by selected research artists in residence. The artwork created for Colors of Cabo Pulmo was inspired by the protected marine park’s success story, it’s surrounding desert landscape, and the community’s natural history conservation efforts. The goal of Colors of Cabo Pulmo is to create a memorable narrative that will move people to be more conservation minded and aims to inspire the world to follow in the footsteps of Cabo Pulmo residents. Highlights of the exhibition showcase the processes and techniques of three of the core research artists Andrew Denman, Rachel Ivanyi and Martha Thompson. Other artists and photographers in this exhibition will include David Kitler, Glenn Thompson, and Jake Bryant.
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10 Art Institute Annual

See what the Art Institute participants of the past year have been up to in their classes and workshops! Each year the Art Institute celebrates and showcases artworks by our wonderful participants. Current students of the Art Institute are invited to submit one work of art to this collective show.
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Colors of Cabo Pulmo

Colors of Cabo Pulmo is part of a Desert Museum Art Institute Department project titled Project Resurgence. The project documents and celebrates the remarkable work of communities in Baja California and Sonora who work to conserve and restore biodiversity of the Sonoran Desert. The projects specifically showcase original fine art created by selected research artists in residence. The artwork created for Colors of Cabo Pulmo was inspired by the protected marine park’s success story, it’s surrounding desert landscape, and the community’s natural history conservation efforts. The goal of Colors of Cabo Pulmo is to create a memorable narrative that will move people to be more conservation minded and aims to inspire the world to follow in the footsteps of Cabo Pulmo residents. Highlights of the exhibition showcase the processes and techniques of three of the core research artists Andrew Denman, Rachel Ivanyi and Martha Thompson. Other artists and photographers in this exhibition will include David Kitler, Glenn Thompson, and Jake Bryant.
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Art Institute Annual Opening and Graduation

See what the Art Institute participants of the past year have been up to in their classes and workshops! Each year the Art Institute celebrates and showcases artworks by our wonderful participants. Current students of the Art Institute are invited to submit one work of art to this collective show.
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11 Art Institute Annual

See what the Art Institute participants of the past year have been up to in their classes and workshops! Each year the Art Institute celebrates and showcases artworks by our wonderful participants. Current students of the Art Institute are invited to submit one work of art to this collective show.
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Colors of Cabo Pulmo

Colors of Cabo Pulmo is part of a Desert Museum Art Institute Department project titled Project Resurgence. The project documents and celebrates the remarkable work of communities in Baja California and Sonora who work to conserve and restore biodiversity of the Sonoran Desert. The projects specifically showcase original fine art created by selected research artists in residence. The artwork created for Colors of Cabo Pulmo was inspired by the protected marine park’s success story, it’s surrounding desert landscape, and the community’s natural history conservation efforts. The goal of Colors of Cabo Pulmo is to create a memorable narrative that will move people to be more conservation minded and aims to inspire the world to follow in the footsteps of Cabo Pulmo residents. Highlights of the exhibition showcase the processes and techniques of three of the core research artists Andrew Denman, Rachel Ivanyi and Martha Thompson. Other artists and photographers in this exhibition will include David Kitler, Glenn Thompson, and Jake Bryant.
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12 Art Institute Annual

See what the Art Institute participants of the past year have been up to in their classes and workshops! Each year the Art Institute celebrates and showcases artworks by our wonderful participants. Current students of the Art Institute are invited to submit one work of art to this collective show.
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Colors of Cabo Pulmo

Colors of Cabo Pulmo is part of a Desert Museum Art Institute Department project titled Project Resurgence. The project documents and celebrates the remarkable work of communities in Baja California and Sonora who work to conserve and restore biodiversity of the Sonoran Desert. The projects specifically showcase original fine art created by selected research artists in residence. The artwork created for Colors of Cabo Pulmo was inspired by the protected marine park’s success story, it’s surrounding desert landscape, and the community’s natural history conservation efforts. The goal of Colors of Cabo Pulmo is to create a memorable narrative that will move people to be more conservation minded and aims to inspire the world to follow in the footsteps of Cabo Pulmo residents. Highlights of the exhibition showcase the processes and techniques of three of the core research artists Andrew Denman, Rachel Ivanyi and Martha Thompson. Other artists and photographers in this exhibition will include David Kitler, Glenn Thompson, and Jake Bryant.
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13 Art Institute Annual

See what the Art Institute participants of the past year have been up to in their classes and workshops! Each year the Art Institute celebrates and showcases artworks by our wonderful participants. Current students of the Art Institute are invited to submit one work of art to this collective show.
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Colors of Cabo Pulmo

Colors of Cabo Pulmo is part of a Desert Museum Art Institute Department project titled Project Resurgence. The project documents and celebrates the remarkable work of communities in Baja California and Sonora who work to conserve and restore biodiversity of the Sonoran Desert. The projects specifically showcase original fine art created by selected research artists in residence. The artwork created for Colors of Cabo Pulmo was inspired by the protected marine park’s success story, it’s surrounding desert landscape, and the community’s natural history conservation efforts. The goal of Colors of Cabo Pulmo is to create a memorable narrative that will move people to be more conservation minded and aims to inspire the world to follow in the footsteps of Cabo Pulmo residents. Highlights of the exhibition showcase the processes and techniques of three of the core research artists Andrew Denman, Rachel Ivanyi and Martha Thompson. Other artists and photographers in this exhibition will include David Kitler, Glenn Thompson, and Jake Bryant.
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14 Art Institute Annual

See what the Art Institute participants of the past year have been up to in their classes and workshops! Each year the Art Institute celebrates and showcases artworks by our wonderful participants. Current students of the Art Institute are invited to submit one work of art to this collective show.
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Colors of Cabo Pulmo

Colors of Cabo Pulmo is part of a Desert Museum Art Institute Department project titled Project Resurgence. The project documents and celebrates the remarkable work of communities in Baja California and Sonora who work to conserve and restore biodiversity of the Sonoran Desert. The projects specifically showcase original fine art created by selected research artists in residence. The artwork created for Colors of Cabo Pulmo was inspired by the protected marine park’s success story, it’s surrounding desert landscape, and the community’s natural history conservation efforts. The goal of Colors of Cabo Pulmo is to create a memorable narrative that will move people to be more conservation minded and aims to inspire the world to follow in the footsteps of Cabo Pulmo residents. Highlights of the exhibition showcase the processes and techniques of three of the core research artists Andrew Denman, Rachel Ivanyi and Martha Thompson. Other artists and photographers in this exhibition will include David Kitler, Glenn Thompson, and Jake Bryant.
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15 Art Institute Annual

See what the Art Institute participants of the past year have been up to in their classes and workshops! Each year the Art Institute celebrates and showcases artworks by our wonderful participants. Current students of the Art Institute are invited to submit one work of art to this collective show.
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Colors of Cabo Pulmo

Colors of Cabo Pulmo is part of a Desert Museum Art Institute Department project titled Project Resurgence. The project documents and celebrates the remarkable work of communities in Baja California and Sonora who work to conserve and restore biodiversity of the Sonoran Desert. The projects specifically showcase original fine art created by selected research artists in residence. The artwork created for Colors of Cabo Pulmo was inspired by the protected marine park’s success story, it’s surrounding desert landscape, and the community’s natural history conservation efforts. The goal of Colors of Cabo Pulmo is to create a memorable narrative that will move people to be more conservation minded and aims to inspire the world to follow in the footsteps of Cabo Pulmo residents. Highlights of the exhibition showcase the processes and techniques of three of the core research artists Andrew Denman, Rachel Ivanyi and Martha Thompson. Other artists and photographers in this exhibition will include David Kitler, Glenn Thompson, and Jake Bryant.
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16 Art Institute Annual

See what the Art Institute participants of the past year have been up to in their classes and workshops! Each year the Art Institute celebrates and showcases artworks by our wonderful participants. Current students of the Art Institute are invited to submit one work of art to this collective show.
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Colors of Cabo Pulmo

Colors of Cabo Pulmo is part of a Desert Museum Art Institute Department project titled Project Resurgence. The project documents and celebrates the remarkable work of communities in Baja California and Sonora who work to conserve and restore biodiversity of the Sonoran Desert. The projects specifically showcase original fine art created by selected research artists in residence. The artwork created for Colors of Cabo Pulmo was inspired by the protected marine park’s success story, it’s surrounding desert landscape, and the community’s natural history conservation efforts. The goal of Colors of Cabo Pulmo is to create a memorable narrative that will move people to be more conservation minded and aims to inspire the world to follow in the footsteps of Cabo Pulmo residents. Highlights of the exhibition showcase the processes and techniques of three of the core research artists Andrew Denman, Rachel Ivanyi and Martha Thompson. Other artists and photographers in this exhibition will include David Kitler, Glenn Thompson, and Jake Bryant.
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17 Art Institute Annual

See what the Art Institute participants of the past year have been up to in their classes and workshops! Each year the Art Institute celebrates and showcases artworks by our wonderful participants. Current students of the Art Institute are invited to submit one work of art to this collective show.
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Colors of Cabo Pulmo

Colors of Cabo Pulmo is part of a Desert Museum Art Institute Department project titled Project Resurgence. The project documents and celebrates the remarkable work of communities in Baja California and Sonora who work to conserve and restore biodiversity of the Sonoran Desert. The projects specifically showcase original fine art created by selected research artists in residence. The artwork created for Colors of Cabo Pulmo was inspired by the protected marine park’s success story, it’s surrounding desert landscape, and the community’s natural history conservation efforts. The goal of Colors of Cabo Pulmo is to create a memorable narrative that will move people to be more conservation minded and aims to inspire the world to follow in the footsteps of Cabo Pulmo residents. Highlights of the exhibition showcase the processes and techniques of three of the core research artists Andrew Denman, Rachel Ivanyi and Martha Thompson. Other artists and photographers in this exhibition will include David Kitler, Glenn Thompson, and Jake Bryant.
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18 Art Institute Annual

See what the Art Institute participants of the past year have been up to in their classes and workshops! Each year the Art Institute celebrates and showcases artworks by our wonderful participants. Current students of the Art Institute are invited to submit one work of art to this collective show.
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Colors of Cabo Pulmo

Colors of Cabo Pulmo is part of a Desert Museum Art Institute Department project titled Project Resurgence. The project documents and celebrates the remarkable work of communities in Baja California and Sonora who work to conserve and restore biodiversity of the Sonoran Desert. The projects specifically showcase original fine art created by selected research artists in residence. The artwork created for Colors of Cabo Pulmo was inspired by the protected marine park’s success story, it’s surrounding desert landscape, and the community’s natural history conservation efforts. The goal of Colors of Cabo Pulmo is to create a memorable narrative that will move people to be more conservation minded and aims to inspire the world to follow in the footsteps of Cabo Pulmo residents. Highlights of the exhibition showcase the processes and techniques of three of the core research artists Andrew Denman, Rachel Ivanyi and Martha Thompson. Other artists and photographers in this exhibition will include David Kitler, Glenn Thompson, and Jake Bryant.
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19 Art Institute Annual

See what the Art Institute participants of the past year have been up to in their classes and workshops! Each year the Art Institute celebrates and showcases artworks by our wonderful participants. Current students of the Art Institute are invited to submit one work of art to this collective show.
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Colors of Cabo Pulmo

Colors of Cabo Pulmo is part of a Desert Museum Art Institute Department project titled Project Resurgence. The project documents and celebrates the remarkable work of communities in Baja California and Sonora who work to conserve and restore biodiversity of the Sonoran Desert. The projects specifically showcase original fine art created by selected research artists in residence. The artwork created for Colors of Cabo Pulmo was inspired by the protected marine park’s success story, it’s surrounding desert landscape, and the community’s natural history conservation efforts. The goal of Colors of Cabo Pulmo is to create a memorable narrative that will move people to be more conservation minded and aims to inspire the world to follow in the footsteps of Cabo Pulmo residents. Highlights of the exhibition showcase the processes and techniques of three of the core research artists Andrew Denman, Rachel Ivanyi and Martha Thompson. Other artists and photographers in this exhibition will include David Kitler, Glenn Thompson, and Jake Bryant.
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20 Art Institute Annual

See what the Art Institute participants of the past year have been up to in their classes and workshops! Each year the Art Institute celebrates and showcases artworks by our wonderful participants. Current students of the Art Institute are invited to submit one work of art to this collective show.
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Colors of Cabo Pulmo

Colors of Cabo Pulmo is part of a Desert Museum Art Institute Department project titled Project Resurgence. The project documents and celebrates the remarkable work of communities in Baja California and Sonora who work to conserve and restore biodiversity of the Sonoran Desert. The projects specifically showcase original fine art created by selected research artists in residence. The artwork created for Colors of Cabo Pulmo was inspired by the protected marine park’s success story, it’s surrounding desert landscape, and the community’s natural history conservation efforts. The goal of Colors of Cabo Pulmo is to create a memorable narrative that will move people to be more conservation minded and aims to inspire the world to follow in the footsteps of Cabo Pulmo residents. Highlights of the exhibition showcase the processes and techniques of three of the core research artists Andrew Denman, Rachel Ivanyi and Martha Thompson. Other artists and photographers in this exhibition will include David Kitler, Glenn Thompson, and Jake Bryant.
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21 Art Institute Annual

See what the Art Institute participants of the past year have been up to in their classes and workshops! Each year the Art Institute celebrates and showcases artworks by our wonderful participants. Current students of the Art Institute are invited to submit one work of art to this collective show.
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Colors of Cabo Pulmo

Colors of Cabo Pulmo is part of a Desert Museum Art Institute Department project titled Project Resurgence. The project documents and celebrates the remarkable work of communities in Baja California and Sonora who work to conserve and restore biodiversity of the Sonoran Desert. The projects specifically showcase original fine art created by selected research artists in residence. The artwork created for Colors of Cabo Pulmo was inspired by the protected marine park’s success story, it’s surrounding desert landscape, and the community’s natural history conservation efforts. The goal of Colors of Cabo Pulmo is to create a memorable narrative that will move people to be more conservation minded and aims to inspire the world to follow in the footsteps of Cabo Pulmo residents. Highlights of the exhibition showcase the processes and techniques of three of the core research artists Andrew Denman, Rachel Ivanyi and Martha Thompson. Other artists and photographers in this exhibition will include David Kitler, Glenn Thompson, and Jake Bryant.
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22 Art Institute Annual

See what the Art Institute participants of the past year have been up to in their classes and workshops! Each year the Art Institute celebrates and showcases artworks by our wonderful participants. Current students of the Art Institute are invited to submit one work of art to this collective show.
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Colors of Cabo Pulmo

Colors of Cabo Pulmo is part of a Desert Museum Art Institute Department project titled Project Resurgence. The project documents and celebrates the remarkable work of communities in Baja California and Sonora who work to conserve and restore biodiversity of the Sonoran Desert. The projects specifically showcase original fine art created by selected research artists in residence. The artwork created for Colors of Cabo Pulmo was inspired by the protected marine park’s success story, it’s surrounding desert landscape, and the community’s natural history conservation efforts. The goal of Colors of Cabo Pulmo is to create a memorable narrative that will move people to be more conservation minded and aims to inspire the world to follow in the footsteps of Cabo Pulmo residents. Highlights of the exhibition showcase the processes and techniques of three of the core research artists Andrew Denman, Rachel Ivanyi and Martha Thompson. Other artists and photographers in this exhibition will include David Kitler, Glenn Thompson, and Jake Bryant.
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23 Art Institute Annual

See what the Art Institute participants of the past year have been up to in their classes and workshops! Each year the Art Institute celebrates and showcases artworks by our wonderful participants. Current students of the Art Institute are invited to submit one work of art to this collective show.
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Colors of Cabo Pulmo

Colors of Cabo Pulmo is part of a Desert Museum Art Institute Department project titled Project Resurgence. The project documents and celebrates the remarkable work of communities in Baja California and Sonora who work to conserve and restore biodiversity of the Sonoran Desert. The projects specifically showcase original fine art created by selected research artists in residence. The artwork created for Colors of Cabo Pulmo was inspired by the protected marine park’s success story, it’s surrounding desert landscape, and the community’s natural history conservation efforts. The goal of Colors of Cabo Pulmo is to create a memorable narrative that will move people to be more conservation minded and aims to inspire the world to follow in the footsteps of Cabo Pulmo residents. Highlights of the exhibition showcase the processes and techniques of three of the core research artists Andrew Denman, Rachel Ivanyi and Martha Thompson. Other artists and photographers in this exhibition will include David Kitler, Glenn Thompson, and Jake Bryant.
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24 Art Institute Annual

See what the Art Institute participants of the past year have been up to in their classes and workshops! Each year the Art Institute celebrates and showcases artworks by our wonderful participants. Current students of the Art Institute are invited to submit one work of art to this collective show.
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Colors of Cabo Pulmo

Colors of Cabo Pulmo is part of a Desert Museum Art Institute Department project titled Project Resurgence. The project documents and celebrates the remarkable work of communities in Baja California and Sonora who work to conserve and restore biodiversity of the Sonoran Desert. The projects specifically showcase original fine art created by selected research artists in residence. The artwork created for Colors of Cabo Pulmo was inspired by the protected marine park’s success story, it’s surrounding desert landscape, and the community’s natural history conservation efforts. The goal of Colors of Cabo Pulmo is to create a memorable narrative that will move people to be more conservation minded and aims to inspire the world to follow in the footsteps of Cabo Pulmo residents. Highlights of the exhibition showcase the processes and techniques of three of the core research artists Andrew Denman, Rachel Ivanyi and Martha Thompson. Other artists and photographers in this exhibition will include David Kitler, Glenn Thompson, and Jake Bryant.
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25 Art Institute Annual

See what the Art Institute participants of the past year have been up to in their classes and workshops! Each year the Art Institute celebrates and showcases artworks by our wonderful participants. Current students of the Art Institute are invited to submit one work of art to this collective show.
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Colors of Cabo Pulmo

Colors of Cabo Pulmo is part of a Desert Museum Art Institute Department project titled Project Resurgence. The project documents and celebrates the remarkable work of communities in Baja California and Sonora who work to conserve and restore biodiversity of the Sonoran Desert. The projects specifically showcase original fine art created by selected research artists in residence. The artwork created for Colors of Cabo Pulmo was inspired by the protected marine park’s success story, it’s surrounding desert landscape, and the community’s natural history conservation efforts. The goal of Colors of Cabo Pulmo is to create a memorable narrative that will move people to be more conservation minded and aims to inspire the world to follow in the footsteps of Cabo Pulmo residents. Highlights of the exhibition showcase the processes and techniques of three of the core research artists Andrew Denman, Rachel Ivanyi and Martha Thompson. Other artists and photographers in this exhibition will include David Kitler, Glenn Thompson, and Jake Bryant.
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26 Art Institute Annual

See what the Art Institute participants of the past year have been up to in their classes and workshops! Each year the Art Institute celebrates and showcases artworks by our wonderful participants. Current students of the Art Institute are invited to submit one work of art to this collective show.
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Colors of Cabo Pulmo

Colors of Cabo Pulmo is part of a Desert Museum Art Institute Department project titled Project Resurgence. The project documents and celebrates the remarkable work of communities in Baja California and Sonora who work to conserve and restore biodiversity of the Sonoran Desert. The projects specifically showcase original fine art created by selected research artists in residence. The artwork created for Colors of Cabo Pulmo was inspired by the protected marine park’s success story, it’s surrounding desert landscape, and the community’s natural history conservation efforts. The goal of Colors of Cabo Pulmo is to create a memorable narrative that will move people to be more conservation minded and aims to inspire the world to follow in the footsteps of Cabo Pulmo residents. Highlights of the exhibition showcase the processes and techniques of three of the core research artists Andrew Denman, Rachel Ivanyi and Martha Thompson. Other artists and photographers in this exhibition will include David Kitler, Glenn Thompson, and Jake Bryant.
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27 Art Institute Annual

See what the Art Institute participants of the past year have been up to in their classes and workshops! Each year the Art Institute celebrates and showcases artworks by our wonderful participants. Current students of the Art Institute are invited to submit one work of art to this collective show.
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Colors of Cabo Pulmo

Colors of Cabo Pulmo is part of a Desert Museum Art Institute Department project titled Project Resurgence. The project documents and celebrates the remarkable work of communities in Baja California and Sonora who work to conserve and restore biodiversity of the Sonoran Desert. The projects specifically showcase original fine art created by selected research artists in residence. The artwork created for Colors of Cabo Pulmo was inspired by the protected marine park’s success story, it’s surrounding desert landscape, and the community’s natural history conservation efforts. The goal of Colors of Cabo Pulmo is to create a memorable narrative that will move people to be more conservation minded and aims to inspire the world to follow in the footsteps of Cabo Pulmo residents. Highlights of the exhibition showcase the processes and techniques of three of the core research artists Andrew Denman, Rachel Ivanyi and Martha Thompson. Other artists and photographers in this exhibition will include David Kitler, Glenn Thompson, and Jake Bryant.
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28 Art Institute Annual

See what the Art Institute participants of the past year have been up to in their classes and workshops! Each year the Art Institute celebrates and showcases artworks by our wonderful participants. Current students of the Art Institute are invited to submit one work of art to this collective show.
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Colors of Cabo Pulmo

Colors of Cabo Pulmo is part of a Desert Museum Art Institute Department project titled Project Resurgence. The project documents and celebrates the remarkable work of communities in Baja California and Sonora who work to conserve and restore biodiversity of the Sonoran Desert. The projects specifically showcase original fine art created by selected research artists in residence. The artwork created for Colors of Cabo Pulmo was inspired by the protected marine park’s success story, it’s surrounding desert landscape, and the community’s natural history conservation efforts. The goal of Colors of Cabo Pulmo is to create a memorable narrative that will move people to be more conservation minded and aims to inspire the world to follow in the footsteps of Cabo Pulmo residents. Highlights of the exhibition showcase the processes and techniques of three of the core research artists Andrew Denman, Rachel Ivanyi and Martha Thompson. Other artists and photographers in this exhibition will include David Kitler, Glenn Thompson, and Jake Bryant.
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29 Art Institute Annual

See what the Art Institute participants of the past year have been up to in their classes and workshops! Each year the Art Institute celebrates and showcases artworks by our wonderful participants. Current students of the Art Institute are invited to submit one work of art to this collective show.
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Colors of Cabo Pulmo

Colors of Cabo Pulmo is part of a Desert Museum Art Institute Department project titled Project Resurgence. The project documents and celebrates the remarkable work of communities in Baja California and Sonora who work to conserve and restore biodiversity of the Sonoran Desert. The projects specifically showcase original fine art created by selected research artists in residence. The artwork created for Colors of Cabo Pulmo was inspired by the protected marine park’s success story, it’s surrounding desert landscape, and the community’s natural history conservation efforts. The goal of Colors of Cabo Pulmo is to create a memorable narrative that will move people to be more conservation minded and aims to inspire the world to follow in the footsteps of Cabo Pulmo residents. Highlights of the exhibition showcase the processes and techniques of three of the core research artists Andrew Denman, Rachel Ivanyi and Martha Thompson. Other artists and photographers in this exhibition will include David Kitler, Glenn Thompson, and Jake Bryant.
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30 Art Institute Annual

See what the Art Institute participants of the past year have been up to in their classes and workshops! Each year the Art Institute celebrates and showcases artworks by our wonderful participants. Current students of the Art Institute are invited to submit one work of art to this collective show.
Read more

Colors of Cabo Pulmo

Colors of Cabo Pulmo is part of a Desert Museum Art Institute Department project titled Project Resurgence. The project documents and celebrates the remarkable work of communities in Baja California and Sonora who work to conserve and restore biodiversity of the Sonoran Desert. The projects specifically showcase original fine art created by selected research artists in residence. The artwork created for Colors of Cabo Pulmo was inspired by the protected marine park’s success story, it’s surrounding desert landscape, and the community’s natural history conservation efforts. The goal of Colors of Cabo Pulmo is to create a memorable narrative that will move people to be more conservation minded and aims to inspire the world to follow in the footsteps of Cabo Pulmo residents. Highlights of the exhibition showcase the processes and techniques of three of the core research artists Andrew Denman, Rachel Ivanyi and Martha Thompson. Other artists and photographers in this exhibition will include David Kitler, Glenn Thompson, and Jake Bryant.
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31 Art Institute Annual

See what the Art Institute participants of the past year have been up to in their classes and workshops! Each year the Art Institute celebrates and showcases artworks by our wonderful participants. Current students of the Art Institute are invited to submit one work of art to this collective show.
Read more

Colors of Cabo Pulmo

Colors of Cabo Pulmo is part of a Desert Museum Art Institute Department project titled Project Resurgence. The project documents and celebrates the remarkable work of communities in Baja California and Sonora who work to conserve and restore biodiversity of the Sonoran Desert. The projects specifically showcase original fine art created by selected research artists in residence. The artwork created for Colors of Cabo Pulmo was inspired by the protected marine park’s success story, it’s surrounding desert landscape, and the community’s natural history conservation efforts. The goal of Colors of Cabo Pulmo is to create a memorable narrative that will move people to be more conservation minded and aims to inspire the world to follow in the footsteps of Cabo Pulmo residents. Highlights of the exhibition showcase the processes and techniques of three of the core research artists Andrew Denman, Rachel Ivanyi and Martha Thompson. Other artists and photographers in this exhibition will include David Kitler, Glenn Thompson, and Jake Bryant.
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April
1 Art Institute Annual

See what the Art Institute participants of the past year have been up to in their classes and workshops! Each year the Art Institute celebrates and showcases artworks by our wonderful participants. Current students of the Art Institute are invited to submit one work of art to this collective show.
Read more

Colors of Cabo Pulmo

Colors of Cabo Pulmo is part of a Desert Museum Art Institute Department project titled Project Resurgence. The project documents and celebrates the remarkable work of communities in Baja California and Sonora who work to conserve and restore biodiversity of the Sonoran Desert. The projects specifically showcase original fine art created by selected research artists in residence. The artwork created for Colors of Cabo Pulmo was inspired by the protected marine park’s success story, it’s surrounding desert landscape, and the community’s natural history conservation efforts. The goal of Colors of Cabo Pulmo is to create a memorable narrative that will move people to be more conservation minded and aims to inspire the world to follow in the footsteps of Cabo Pulmo residents. Highlights of the exhibition showcase the processes and techniques of three of the core research artists Andrew Denman, Rachel Ivanyi and Martha Thompson. Other artists and photographers in this exhibition will include David Kitler, Glenn Thompson, and Jake Bryant.
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2 Art Institute Annual

See what the Art Institute participants of the past year have been up to in their classes and workshops! Each year the Art Institute celebrates and showcases artworks by our wonderful participants. Current students of the Art Institute are invited to submit one work of art to this collective show.
Read more

Colors of Cabo Pulmo

Colors of Cabo Pulmo is part of a Desert Museum Art Institute Department project titled Project Resurgence. The project documents and celebrates the remarkable work of communities in Baja California and Sonora who work to conserve and restore biodiversity of the Sonoran Desert. The projects specifically showcase original fine art created by selected research artists in residence. The artwork created for Colors of Cabo Pulmo was inspired by the protected marine park’s success story, it’s surrounding desert landscape, and the community’s natural history conservation efforts. The goal of Colors of Cabo Pulmo is to create a memorable narrative that will move people to be more conservation minded and aims to inspire the world to follow in the footsteps of Cabo Pulmo residents. Highlights of the exhibition showcase the processes and techniques of three of the core research artists Andrew Denman, Rachel Ivanyi and Martha Thompson. Other artists and photographers in this exhibition will include David Kitler, Glenn Thompson, and Jake Bryant.
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3 Art Institute Annual

See what the Art Institute participants of the past year have been up to in their classes and workshops! Each year the Art Institute celebrates and showcases artworks by our wonderful participants. Current students of the Art Institute are invited to submit one work of art to this collective show.
Read more

Colors of Cabo Pulmo

Colors of Cabo Pulmo is part of a Desert Museum Art Institute Department project titled Project Resurgence. The project documents and celebrates the remarkable work of communities in Baja California and Sonora who work to conserve and restore biodiversity of the Sonoran Desert. The projects specifically showcase original fine art created by selected research artists in residence. The artwork created for Colors of Cabo Pulmo was inspired by the protected marine park’s success story, it’s surrounding desert landscape, and the community’s natural history conservation efforts. The goal of Colors of Cabo Pulmo is to create a memorable narrative that will move people to be more conservation minded and aims to inspire the world to follow in the footsteps of Cabo Pulmo residents. Highlights of the exhibition showcase the processes and techniques of three of the core research artists Andrew Denman, Rachel Ivanyi and Martha Thompson. Other artists and photographers in this exhibition will include David Kitler, Glenn Thompson, and Jake Bryant.
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4 Art Institute Annual

See what the Art Institute participants of the past year have been up to in their classes and workshops! Each year the Art Institute celebrates and showcases artworks by our wonderful participants. Current students of the Art Institute are invited to submit one work of art to this collective show.
Read more

Colors of Cabo Pulmo

Colors of Cabo Pulmo is part of a Desert Museum Art Institute Department project titled Project Resurgence. The project documents and celebrates the remarkable work of communities in Baja California and Sonora who work to conserve and restore biodiversity of the Sonoran Desert. The projects specifically showcase original fine art created by selected research artists in residence. The artwork created for Colors of Cabo Pulmo was inspired by the protected marine park’s success story, it’s surrounding desert landscape, and the community’s natural history conservation efforts. The goal of Colors of Cabo Pulmo is to create a memorable narrative that will move people to be more conservation minded and aims to inspire the world to follow in the footsteps of Cabo Pulmo residents. Highlights of the exhibition showcase the processes and techniques of three of the core research artists Andrew Denman, Rachel Ivanyi and Martha Thompson. Other artists and photographers in this exhibition will include David Kitler, Glenn Thompson, and Jake Bryant.
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5 Art Institute Annual

See what the Art Institute participants of the past year have been up to in their classes and workshops! Each year the Art Institute celebrates and showcases artworks by our wonderful participants. Current students of the Art Institute are invited to submit one work of art to this collective show.

Please call (520) 883-3024 for Weekend Hours
Read more

Colors of Cabo Pulmo

Colors of Cabo Pulmo is part of a Desert Museum Art Institute Department project titled Project Resurgence. The project documents and celebrates the remarkable work of communities in Baja California and Sonora who work to conserve and restore biodiversity of the Sonoran Desert. The projects specifically showcase original fine art created by selected research artists in residence. The artwork created for Colors of Cabo Pulmo was inspired by the protected marine park’s success story, it’s surrounding desert landscape, and the community’s natural history conservation efforts. The goal of Colors of Cabo Pulmo is to create a memorable narrative that will move people to be more conservation minded and aims to inspire the world to follow in the footsteps of Cabo Pulmo residents. Highlights of the exhibition showcase the processes and techniques of three of the core research artists Andrew Denman, Rachel Ivanyi and Martha Thompson. Other artists and photographers in this exhibition will include David Kitler, Glenn Thompson, and Jake Bryant.
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6 Colors of Cabo Pulmo

Colors of Cabo Pulmo is part of a Desert Museum Art Institute Department project titled Project Resurgence. The project documents and celebrates the remarkable work of communities in Baja California and Sonora who work to conserve and restore biodiversity of the Sonoran Desert. The projects specifically showcase original fine art created by selected research artists in residence. The artwork created for Colors of Cabo Pulmo was inspired by the protected marine park’s success story, it’s surrounding desert landscape, and the community’s natural history conservation efforts. The goal of Colors of Cabo Pulmo is to create a memorable narrative that will move people to be more conservation minded and aims to inspire the world to follow in the footsteps of Cabo Pulmo residents. Highlights of the exhibition showcase the processes and techniques of three of the core research artists Andrew Denman, Rachel Ivanyi and Martha Thompson. Other artists and photographers in this exhibition will include David Kitler, Glenn Thompson, and Jake Bryant.
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7 Colors of Cabo Pulmo

Colors of Cabo Pulmo is part of a Desert Museum Art Institute Department project titled Project Resurgence. The project documents and celebrates the remarkable work of communities in Baja California and Sonora who work to conserve and restore biodiversity of the Sonoran Desert. The projects specifically showcase original fine art created by selected research artists in residence. The artwork created for Colors of Cabo Pulmo was inspired by the protected marine park’s success story, it’s surrounding desert landscape, and the community’s natural history conservation efforts. The goal of Colors of Cabo Pulmo is to create a memorable narrative that will move people to be more conservation minded and aims to inspire the world to follow in the footsteps of Cabo Pulmo residents. Highlights of the exhibition showcase the processes and techniques of three of the core research artists Andrew Denman, Rachel Ivanyi and Martha Thompson. Other artists and photographers in this exhibition will include David Kitler, Glenn Thompson, and Jake Bryant.
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8 Colors of Cabo Pulmo

Colors of Cabo Pulmo is part of a Desert Museum Art Institute Department project titled Project Resurgence. The project documents and celebrates the remarkable work of communities in Baja California and Sonora who work to conserve and restore biodiversity of the Sonoran Desert. The projects specifically showcase original fine art created by selected research artists in residence. The artwork created for Colors of Cabo Pulmo was inspired by the protected marine park’s success story, it’s surrounding desert landscape, and the community’s natural history conservation efforts. The goal of Colors of Cabo Pulmo is to create a memorable narrative that will move people to be more conservation minded and aims to inspire the world to follow in the footsteps of Cabo Pulmo residents. Highlights of the exhibition showcase the processes and techniques of three of the core research artists Andrew Denman, Rachel Ivanyi and Martha Thompson. Other artists and photographers in this exhibition will include David Kitler, Glenn Thompson, and Jake Bryant.
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14 Art and The Animal Opening

The Ironwood Gallery is proud to welcome back the Society of Animal Artist’s Art and the Animal. This juried competition is only open to members of the Society of Animal Artists. Art and The Animal features work by a variety of artists from around the world.
A David J. Wagner Traveling Exhibition
http://www.societyofanimalartists.com/exhibits.html

Fiesta Sonora: Southern Arizona Watercolor Opening Reception

Celebrate our natural environment with the Southern Arizona Watercolor Guild’s exhibit Fiesta Sonora. This juried exhibition features work, from SAWG members, that is inspired by the natural environment of the Southwest.
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15 Art and The Animal

The Ironwood Gallery is proud to welcome back the Society of Animal Artist’s Art and the Animal. This juried competition is only open to members of the Society of Animal Artists. Art and The Animal features work by a variety of artists from around the world.
A David J. Wagner Traveling Exhibition
http://www.societyofanimalartists.com/exhibits.html
Read more

16 Fiesta Sonora: Southern Arizona Watercolor

Celebrate our natural environment with the Southern Arizona Watercolor Guild’s exhibit Fiesta Sonora. This juried exhibition features work, from SAWG members, that is inspired by the natural environment of the Southwest.

Please call (520) 883-3024 for Weekend Hours
Read more

Art and The Animal

The Ironwood Gallery is proud to welcome back the Society of Animal Artist’s Art and the Animal. This juried competition is only open to members of the Society of Animal Artists. Art and The Animal features work by a variety of artists from around the world.
A David J. Wagner Traveling Exhibition
http://www.societyofanimalartists.com/exhibits.html
Read more

17 Fiesta Sonora: Southern Arizona Watercolor

Celebrate our natural environment with the Southern Arizona Watercolor Guild’s exhibit Fiesta Sonora. This juried exhibition features work, from SAWG members, that is inspired by the natural environment of the Southwest.

Please call (520) 883-3024 for Weekend Hours
Read more

Art and The Animal

The Ironwood Gallery is proud to welcome back the Society of Animal Artist’s Art and the Animal. This juried competition is only open to members of the Society of Animal Artists. Art and The Animal features work by a variety of artists from around the world.
A David J. Wagner Traveling Exhibition
http://www.societyofanimalartists.com/exhibits.html
Read more

18 Fiesta Sonora: Southern Arizona Watercolor

Celebrate our natural environment with the Southern Arizona Watercolor Guild’s exhibit Fiesta Sonora. This juried exhibition features work, from SAWG members, that is inspired by the natural environment of the Southwest.

Please call (520) 883-3024 for Weekend Hours
Read more

Art and The Animal

The Ironwood Gallery is proud to welcome back the Society of Animal Artist’s Art and the Animal. This juried competition is only open to members of the Society of Animal Artists. Art and The Animal features work by a variety of artists from around the world.
A David J. Wagner Traveling Exhibition
http://www.societyofanimalartists.com/exhibits.html
Read more

19 Fiesta Sonora: Southern Arizona Watercolor

Celebrate our natural environment with the Southern Arizona Watercolor Guild’s exhibit Fiesta Sonora. This juried exhibition features work, from SAWG members, that is inspired by the natural environment of the Southwest.

Please call (520) 883-3024 for Weekend Hours
Read more

Art and The Animal

The Ironwood Gallery is proud to welcome back the Society of Animal Artist’s Art and the Animal. This juried competition is only open to members of the Society of Animal Artists. Art and The Animal features work by a variety of artists from around the world.
A David J. Wagner Traveling Exhibition
http://www.societyofanimalartists.com/exhibits.html
Read more

20 Fiesta Sonora: Southern Arizona Watercolor

Celebrate our natural environment with the Southern Arizona Watercolor Guild’s exhibit Fiesta Sonora. This juried exhibition features work, from SAWG members, that is inspired by the natural environment of the Southwest.

Please call (520) 883-3024 for Weekend Hours
Read more

Art and The Animal

The Ironwood Gallery is proud to welcome back the Society of Animal Artist’s Art and the Animal. This juried competition is only open to members of the Society of Animal Artists. Art and The Animal features work by a variety of artists from around the world.
A David J. Wagner Traveling Exhibition
http://www.societyofanimalartists.com/exhibits.html
Read more

21 Art and The Animal

The Ironwood Gallery is proud to welcome back the Society of Animal Artist’s Art and the Animal. This juried competition is only open to members of the Society of Animal Artists. Art and The Animal features work by a variety of artists from around the world.
A David J. Wagner Traveling Exhibition
http://www.societyofanimalartists.com/exhibits.html
Read more

22 Art and The Animal

The Ironwood Gallery is proud to welcome back the Society of Animal Artist’s Art and the Animal. This juried competition is only open to members of the Society of Animal Artists. Art and The Animal features work by a variety of artists from around the world.
A David J. Wagner Traveling Exhibition
http://www.societyofanimalartists.com/exhibits.html
Read more

23 Fiesta Sonora: Southern Arizona Watercolor

Celebrate our natural environment with the Southern Arizona Watercolor Guild’s exhibit Fiesta Sonora. This juried exhibition features work, from SAWG members, that is inspired by the natural environment of the Southwest.

Please call (520) 883-3024 for Weekend Hours
Read more

Art and The Animal

The Ironwood Gallery is proud to welcome back the Society of Animal Artist’s Art and the Animal. This juried competition is only open to members of the Society of Animal Artists. Art and The Animal features work by a variety of artists from around the world.
A David J. Wagner Traveling Exhibition
http://www.societyofanimalartists.com/exhibits.html
Read more

24 Fiesta Sonora: Southern Arizona Watercolor

Celebrate our natural environment with the Southern Arizona Watercolor Guild’s exhibit Fiesta Sonora. This juried exhibition features work, from SAWG members, that is inspired by the natural environment of the Southwest.

Please call (520) 883-3024 for Weekend Hours
Read more

Art and The Animal

The Ironwood Gallery is proud to welcome back the Society of Animal Artist’s Art and the Animal. This juried competition is only open to members of the Society of Animal Artists. Art and The Animal features work by a variety of artists from around the world.
A David J. Wagner Traveling Exhibition
http://www.societyofanimalartists.com/exhibits.html
Read more

25 Fiesta Sonora: Southern Arizona Watercolor

Celebrate our natural environment with the Southern Arizona Watercolor Guild’s exhibit Fiesta Sonora. This juried exhibition features work, from SAWG members, that is inspired by the natural environment of the Southwest.

Please call (520) 883-3024 for Weekend Hours
Read more

Art and The Animal

The Ironwood Gallery is proud to welcome back the Society of Animal Artist’s Art and the Animal. This juried competition is only open to members of the Society of Animal Artists. Art and The Animal features work by a variety of artists from around the world.
A David J. Wagner Traveling Exhibition
http://www.societyofanimalartists.com/exhibits.html
Read more

26 Fiesta Sonora: Southern Arizona Watercolor

Celebrate our natural environment with the Southern Arizona Watercolor Guild’s exhibit Fiesta Sonora. This juried exhibition features work, from SAWG members, that is inspired by the natural environment of the Southwest.

Please call (520) 883-3024 for Weekend Hours
Read more

Art and The Animal

The Ironwood Gallery is proud to welcome back the Society of Animal Artist’s Art and the Animal. This juried competition is only open to members of the Society of Animal Artists. Art and The Animal features work by a variety of artists from around the world.
A David J. Wagner Traveling Exhibition
http://www.societyofanimalartists.com/exhibits.html
Read more

27 Fiesta Sonora: Southern Arizona Watercolor

Celebrate our natural environment with the Southern Arizona Watercolor Guild’s exhibit Fiesta Sonora. This juried exhibition features work, from SAWG members, that is inspired by the natural environment of the Southwest.

Please call (520) 883-3024 for Weekend Hours
Read more

Art and The Animal

The Ironwood Gallery is proud to welcome back the Society of Animal Artist’s Art and the Animal. This juried competition is only open to members of the Society of Animal Artists. Art and The Animal features work by a variety of artists from around the world.
A David J. Wagner Traveling Exhibition
http://www.societyofanimalartists.com/exhibits.html
Read more

28 Art and The Animal

The Ironwood Gallery is proud to welcome back the Society of Animal Artist’s Art and the Animal. This juried competition is only open to members of the Society of Animal Artists. Art and The Animal features work by a variety of artists from around the world.
A David J. Wagner Traveling Exhibition
http://www.societyofanimalartists.com/exhibits.html
Read more

29 25th Annual Desert Museum Gala

Mark your calendar for a memorable evening of fine dining, amazing auctions, animal ambassadors, live music, and all things uniquely Desert Museum. This year, In honor of Tucson’s designation as the first American City of Gastronomy, among our beautiful blossoming succulents, ancestral crops dating back 4,000 years will be featured — as well as interpreted with a delicious contemporary twist on the menu!
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Art and The Animal

The Ironwood Gallery is proud to welcome back the Society of Animal Artist’s Art and the Animal. This juried competition is only open to members of the Society of Animal Artists. Art and The Animal features work by a variety of artists from around the world.
A David J. Wagner Traveling Exhibition
http://www.societyofanimalartists.com/exhibits.html
Read more

30 Fiesta Sonora: Southern Arizona Watercolor

Celebrate our natural environment with the Southern Arizona Watercolor Guild’s exhibit Fiesta Sonora. This juried exhibition features work, from SAWG members, that is inspired by the natural environment of the Southwest.

Please call (520) 883-3024 for Weekend Hours
Read more

Art and The Animal

The Ironwood Gallery is proud to welcome back the Society of Animal Artist’s Art and the Animal. This juried competition is only open to members of the Society of Animal Artists. Art and The Animal features work by a variety of artists from around the world.
A David J. Wagner Traveling Exhibition
http://www.societyofanimalartists.com/exhibits.html
Read more

May
1 Fiesta Sonora: Southern Arizona Watercolor

Celebrate our natural environment with the Southern Arizona Watercolor Guild’s exhibit Fiesta Sonora. This juried exhibition features work, from SAWG members, that is inspired by the natural environment of the Southwest.

Please call (520) 883-3024 for Weekend Hours
Read more

Art and The Animal

The Ironwood Gallery is proud to welcome back the Society of Animal Artist’s Art and the Animal. This juried competition is only open to members of the Society of Animal Artists. Art and The Animal features work by a variety of artists from around the world.
A David J. Wagner Traveling Exhibition
http://www.societyofanimalartists.com/exhibits.html
Read more

2 Fiesta Sonora: Southern Arizona Watercolor

Celebrate our natural environment with the Southern Arizona Watercolor Guild’s exhibit Fiesta Sonora. This juried exhibition features work, from SAWG members, that is inspired by the natural environment of the Southwest.

Please call (520) 883-3024 for Weekend Hours
Read more

Art and The Animal

The Ironwood Gallery is proud to welcome back the Society of Animal Artist’s Art and the Animal. This juried competition is only open to members of the Society of Animal Artists. Art and The Animal features work by a variety of artists from around the world.
A David J. Wagner Traveling Exhibition
http://www.societyofanimalartists.com/exhibits.html
Read more

3 Fiesta Sonora: Southern Arizona Watercolor

Celebrate our natural environment with the Southern Arizona Watercolor Guild’s exhibit Fiesta Sonora. This juried exhibition features work, from SAWG members, that is inspired by the natural environment of the Southwest.

Please call (520) 883-3024 for Weekend Hours
Read more

Art and The Animal

The Ironwood Gallery is proud to welcome back the Society of Animal Artist’s Art and the Animal. This juried competition is only open to members of the Society of Animal Artists. Art and The Animal features work by a variety of artists from around the world.
A David J. Wagner Traveling Exhibition
http://www.societyofanimalartists.com/exhibits.html
Read more

4 Fiesta Sonora: Southern Arizona Watercolor

Celebrate our natural environment with the Southern Arizona Watercolor Guild’s exhibit Fiesta Sonora. This juried exhibition features work, from SAWG members, that is inspired by the natural environment of the Southwest.

Please call (520) 883-3024 for Weekend Hours
Read more

Art and The Animal

The Ironwood Gallery is proud to welcome back the Society of Animal Artist’s Art and the Animal. This juried competition is only open to members of the Society of Animal Artists. Art and The Animal features work by a variety of artists from around the world.
A David J. Wagner Traveling Exhibition
http://www.societyofanimalartists.com/exhibits.html
Read more

5 Art and The Animal

The Ironwood Gallery is proud to welcome back the Society of Animal Artist’s Art and the Animal. This juried competition is only open to members of the Society of Animal Artists. Art and The Animal features work by a variety of artists from around the world.
A David J. Wagner Traveling Exhibition
http://www.societyofanimalartists.com/exhibits.html
Read more

6 Art and The Animal

The Ironwood Gallery is proud to welcome back the Society of Animal Artist’s Art and the Animal. This juried competition is only open to members of the Society of Animal Artists. Art and The Animal features work by a variety of artists from around the world.
A David J. Wagner Traveling Exhibition
http://www.societyofanimalartists.com/exhibits.html
Read more

7 Fiesta Sonora: Southern Arizona Watercolor

Celebrate our natural environment with the Southern Arizona Watercolor Guild’s exhibit Fiesta Sonora. This juried exhibition features work, from SAWG members, that is inspired by the natural environment of the Southwest.

Please call (520) 883-3024 for Weekend Hours
Read more

Art and The Animal

The Ironwood Gallery is proud to welcome back the Society of Animal Artist’s Art and the Animal. This juried competition is only open to members of the Society of Animal Artists. Art and The Animal features work by a variety of artists from around the world.
A David J. Wagner Traveling Exhibition
http://www.societyofanimalartists.com/exhibits.html
Read more

8 Fiesta Sonora: Southern Arizona Watercolor

Celebrate our natural environment with the Southern Arizona Watercolor Guild’s exhibit Fiesta Sonora. This juried exhibition features work, from SAWG members, that is inspired by the natural environment of the Southwest.

Please call (520) 883-3024 for Weekend Hours
Read more

Art and The Animal

The Ironwood Gallery is proud to welcome back the Society of Animal Artist’s Art and the Animal. This juried competition is only open to members of the Society of Animal Artists. Art and The Animal features work by a variety of artists from around the world.
A David J. Wagner Traveling Exhibition
http://www.societyofanimalartists.com/exhibits.html
Read more

9 Fiesta Sonora: Southern Arizona Watercolor

Celebrate our natural environment with the Southern Arizona Watercolor Guild’s exhibit Fiesta Sonora. This juried exhibition features work, from SAWG members, that is inspired by the natural environment of the Southwest.

Please call (520) 883-3024 for Weekend Hours
Read more

Art and The Animal

The Ironwood Gallery is proud to welcome back the Society of Animal Artist’s Art and the Animal. This juried competition is only open to members of the Society of Animal Artists. Art and The Animal features work by a variety of artists from around the world.
A David J. Wagner Traveling Exhibition
http://www.societyofanimalartists.com/exhibits.html
Read more

10 Fiesta Sonora: Southern Arizona Watercolor

Celebrate our natural environment with the Southern Arizona Watercolor Guild’s exhibit Fiesta Sonora. This juried exhibition features work, from SAWG members, that is inspired by the natural environment of the Southwest.

Please call (520) 883-3024 for Weekend Hours
Read more

Art and The Animal

The Ironwood Gallery is proud to welcome back the Society of Animal Artist’s Art and the Animal. This juried competition is only open to members of the Society of Animal Artists. Art and The Animal features work by a variety of artists from around the world.
A David J. Wagner Traveling Exhibition
http://www.societyofanimalartists.com/exhibits.html
Read more

11 Fiesta Sonora: Southern Arizona Watercolor

Celebrate our natural environment with the Southern Arizona Watercolor Guild’s exhibit Fiesta Sonora. This juried exhibition features work, from SAWG members, that is inspired by the natural environment of the Southwest.

Please call (520) 883-3024 for Weekend Hours
Read more

Art and The Animal

The Ironwood Gallery is proud to welcome back the Society of Animal Artist’s Art and the Animal. This juried competition is only open to members of the Society of Animal Artists. Art and The Animal features work by a variety of artists from around the world.
A David J. Wagner Traveling Exhibition
http://www.societyofanimalartists.com/exhibits.html
Read more

12 Art and The Animal

The Ironwood Gallery is proud to welcome back the Society of Animal Artist’s Art and the Animal. This juried competition is only open to members of the Society of Animal Artists. Art and The Animal features work by a variety of artists from around the world.
A David J. Wagner Traveling Exhibition
http://www.societyofanimalartists.com/exhibits.html
Read more

13 Art and The Animal

The Ironwood Gallery is proud to welcome back the Society of Animal Artist’s Art and the Animal. This juried competition is only open to members of the Society of Animal Artists. Art and The Animal features work by a variety of artists from around the world.
A David J. Wagner Traveling Exhibition
http://www.societyofanimalartists.com/exhibits.html
Read more

14 Fiesta Sonora: Southern Arizona Watercolor

Celebrate our natural environment with the Southern Arizona Watercolor Guild’s exhibit Fiesta Sonora. This juried exhibition features work, from SAWG members, that is inspired by the natural environment of the Southwest.

Please call (520) 883-3024 for Weekend Hours
Read more

Art and The Animal

The Ironwood Gallery is proud to welcome back the Society of Animal Artist’s Art and the Animal. This juried competition is only open to members of the Society of Animal Artists. Art and The Animal features work by a variety of artists from around the world.
A David J. Wagner Traveling Exhibition
http://www.societyofanimalartists.com/exhibits.html
Read more

15 Fiesta Sonora: Southern Arizona Watercolor

Celebrate our natural environment with the Southern Arizona Watercolor Guild’s exhibit Fiesta Sonora. This juried exhibition features work, from SAWG members, that is inspired by the natural environment of the Southwest.

Please call (520) 883-3024 for Weekend Hours
Read more

Art and The Animal

The Ironwood Gallery is proud to welcome back the Society of Animal Artist’s Art and the Animal. This juried competition is only open to members of the Society of Animal Artists. Art and The Animal features work by a variety of artists from around the world.
A David J. Wagner Traveling Exhibition
http://www.societyofanimalartists.com/exhibits.html
Read more

16 Fiesta Sonora: Southern Arizona Watercolor

Celebrate our natural environment with the Southern Arizona Watercolor Guild’s exhibit Fiesta Sonora. This juried exhibition features work, from SAWG members, that is inspired by the natural environment of the Southwest.

Please call (520) 883-3024 for Weekend Hours
Read more

Art and The Animal

The Ironwood Gallery is proud to welcome back the Society of Animal Artist’s Art and the Animal. This juried competition is only open to members of the Society of Animal Artists. Art and The Animal features work by a variety of artists from around the world.
A David J. Wagner Traveling Exhibition
http://www.societyofanimalartists.com/exhibits.html
Read more

17 Fiesta Sonora: Southern Arizona Watercolor

Celebrate our natural environment with the Southern Arizona Watercolor Guild’s exhibit Fiesta Sonora. This juried exhibition features work, from SAWG members, that is inspired by the natural environment of the Southwest.

Please call (520) 883-3024 for Weekend Hours
Read more

Art and The Animal

The Ironwood Gallery is proud to welcome back the Society of Animal Artist’s Art and the Animal. This juried competition is only open to members of the Society of Animal Artists. Art and The Animal features work by a variety of artists from around the world.
A David J. Wagner Traveling Exhibition
http://www.societyofanimalartists.com/exhibits.html
Read more

18 Fiesta Sonora: Southern Arizona Watercolor

Celebrate our natural environment with the Southern Arizona Watercolor Guild’s exhibit Fiesta Sonora. This juried exhibition features work, from SAWG members, that is inspired by the natural environment of the Southwest.

Please call (520) 883-3024 for Weekend Hours
Read more

Art and The Animal

The Ironwood Gallery is proud to welcome back the Society of Animal Artist’s Art and the Animal. This juried competition is only open to members of the Society of Animal Artists. Art and The Animal features work by a variety of artists from around the world.
A David J. Wagner Traveling Exhibition
http://www.societyofanimalartists.com/exhibits.html
Read more

19 Art and The Animal

The Ironwood Gallery is proud to welcome back the Society of Animal Artist’s Art and the Animal. This juried competition is only open to members of the Society of Animal Artists. Art and The Animal features work by a variety of artists from around the world.
A David J. Wagner Traveling Exhibition
http://www.societyofanimalartists.com/exhibits.html
Read more

20 Art and The Animal

The Ironwood Gallery is proud to welcome back the Society of Animal Artist’s Art and the Animal. This juried competition is only open to members of the Society of Animal Artists. Art and The Animal features work by a variety of artists from around the world.
A David J. Wagner Traveling Exhibition
http://www.societyofanimalartists.com/exhibits.html
Read more

21 Fiesta Sonora: Southern Arizona Watercolor

Celebrate our natural environment with the Southern Arizona Watercolor Guild’s exhibit Fiesta Sonora. This juried exhibition features work, from SAWG members, that is inspired by the natural environment of the Southwest.

Please call (520) 883-3024 for Weekend Hours
Read more

Art and The Animal

The Ironwood Gallery is proud to welcome back the Society of Animal Artist’s Art and the Animal. This juried competition is only open to members of the Society of Animal Artists. Art and The Animal features work by a variety of artists from around the world.
A David J. Wagner Traveling Exhibition
http://www.societyofanimalartists.com/exhibits.html
Read more

22 Fiesta Sonora: Southern Arizona Watercolor

Celebrate our natural environment with the Southern Arizona Watercolor Guild’s exhibit Fiesta Sonora. This juried exhibition features work, from SAWG members, that is inspired by the natural environment of the Southwest.

Please call (520) 883-3024 for Weekend Hours
Read more

Art and The Animal

The Ironwood Gallery is proud to welcome back the Society of Animal Artist’s Art and the Animal. This juried competition is only open to members of the Society of Animal Artists. Art and The Animal features work by a variety of artists from around the world.
A David J. Wagner Traveling Exhibition
http://www.societyofanimalartists.com/exhibits.html
Read more

23 Fiesta Sonora: Southern Arizona Watercolor

Celebrate our natural environment with the Southern Arizona Watercolor Guild’s exhibit Fiesta Sonora. This juried exhibition features work, from SAWG members, that is inspired by the natural environment of the Southwest.

Please call (520) 883-3024 for Weekend Hours
Read more

Art and The Animal

The Ironwood Gallery is proud to welcome back the Society of Animal Artist’s Art and the Animal. This juried competition is only open to members of the Society of Animal Artists. Art and The Animal features work by a variety of artists from around the world.
A David J. Wagner Traveling Exhibition
http://www.societyofanimalartists.com/exhibits.html
Read more

24 Fiesta Sonora: Southern Arizona Watercolor

Celebrate our natural environment with the Southern Arizona Watercolor Guild’s exhibit Fiesta Sonora. This juried exhibition features work, from SAWG members, that is inspired by the natural environment of the Southwest.

Please call (520) 883-3024 for Weekend Hours
Read more

Art and The Animal

The Ironwood Gallery is proud to welcome back the Society of Animal Artist’s Art and the Animal. This juried competition is only open to members of the Society of Animal Artists. Art and The Animal features work by a variety of artists from around the world.
A David J. Wagner Traveling Exhibition
http://www.societyofanimalartists.com/exhibits.html
Read more

25 Fiesta Sonora: Southern Arizona Watercolor

Celebrate our natural environment with the Southern Arizona Watercolor Guild’s exhibit Fiesta Sonora. This juried exhibition features work, from SAWG members, that is inspired by the natural environment of the Southwest.

Please call (520) 883-3024 for Weekend Hours
Read more

Art and The Animal

The Ironwood Gallery is proud to welcome back the Society of Animal Artist’s Art and the Animal. This juried competition is only open to members of the Society of Animal Artists. Art and The Animal features work by a variety of artists from around the world.
A David J. Wagner Traveling Exhibition
http://www.societyofanimalartists.com/exhibits.html
Read more

26 Art and The Animal

The Ironwood Gallery is proud to welcome back the Society of Animal Artist’s Art and the Animal. This juried competition is only open to members of the Society of Animal Artists. Art and The Animal features work by a variety of artists from around the world.
A David J. Wagner Traveling Exhibition
http://www.societyofanimalartists.com/exhibits.html
Read more

27 Art and The Animal

The Ironwood Gallery is proud to welcome back the Society of Animal Artist’s Art and the Animal. This juried competition is only open to members of the Society of Animal Artists. Art and The Animal features work by a variety of artists from around the world.
A David J. Wagner Traveling Exhibition
http://www.societyofanimalartists.com/exhibits.html
Read more

28 Fiesta Sonora: Southern Arizona Watercolor

Celebrate our natural environment with the Southern Arizona Watercolor Guild’s exhibit Fiesta Sonora. This juried exhibition features work, from SAWG members, that is inspired by the natural environment of the Southwest.

Please call (520) 883-3024 for Weekend Hours
Read more

Art and The Animal

The Ironwood Gallery is proud to welcome back the Society of Animal Artist’s Art and the Animal. This juried competition is only open to members of the Society of Animal Artists. Art and The Animal features work by a variety of artists from around the world.
A David J. Wagner Traveling Exhibition
http://www.societyofanimalartists.com/exhibits.html
Read more

29 Fiesta Sonora: Southern Arizona Watercolor

Celebrate our natural environment with the Southern Arizona Watercolor Guild’s exhibit Fiesta Sonora. This juried exhibition features work, from SAWG members, that is inspired by the natural environment of the Southwest.

Please call (520) 883-3024 for Weekend Hours
Read more

Art and The Animal

The Ironwood Gallery is proud to welcome back the Society of Animal Artist’s Art and the Animal. This juried competition is only open to members of the Society of Animal Artists. Art and The Animal features work by a variety of artists from around the world.
A David J. Wagner Traveling Exhibition
http://www.societyofanimalartists.com/exhibits.html
Read more

30 Fiesta Sonora: Southern Arizona Watercolor

Celebrate our natural environment with the Southern Arizona Watercolor Guild’s exhibit Fiesta Sonora. This juried exhibition features work, from SAWG members, that is inspired by the natural environment of the Southwest.

Please call (520) 883-3024 for Weekend Hours
Read more

Art and The Animal

The Ironwood Gallery is proud to welcome back the Society of Animal Artist’s Art and the Animal. This juried competition is only open to members of the Society of Animal Artists. Art and The Animal features work by a variety of artists from around the world.
A David J. Wagner Traveling Exhibition
http://www.societyofanimalartists.com/exhibits.html
Read more

31 Fiesta Sonora: Southern Arizona Watercolor

Celebrate our natural environment with the Southern Arizona Watercolor Guild’s exhibit Fiesta Sonora. This juried exhibition features work, from SAWG members, that is inspired by the natural environment of the Southwest.

Please call (520) 883-3024 for Weekend Hours
Read more

Art and The Animal

The Ironwood Gallery is proud to welcome back the Society of Animal Artist’s Art and the Animal. This juried competition is only open to members of the Society of Animal Artists. Art and The Animal features work by a variety of artists from around the world.
A David J. Wagner Traveling Exhibition
http://www.societyofanimalartists.com/exhibits.html
Read more

June
1 Fiesta Sonora: Southern Arizona Watercolor

Celebrate our natural environment with the Southern Arizona Watercolor Guild’s exhibit Fiesta Sonora. This juried exhibition features work, from SAWG members, that is inspired by the natural environment of the Southwest.

Please call (520) 883-3024 for Weekend Hours
Read more

Art and The Animal

The Ironwood Gallery is proud to welcome back the Society of Animal Artist’s Art and the Animal. This juried competition is only open to members of the Society of Animal Artists. Art and The Animal features work by a variety of artists from around the world.
A David J. Wagner Traveling Exhibition
http://www.societyofanimalartists.com/exhibits.html
Read more

2 Art and The Animal

The Ironwood Gallery is proud to welcome back the Society of Animal Artist’s Art and the Animal. This juried competition is only open to members of the Society of Animal Artists. Art and The Animal features work by a variety of artists from around the world.
A David J. Wagner Traveling Exhibition
http://www.societyofanimalartists.com/exhibits.html
Read more

3 Art and The Animal

The Ironwood Gallery is proud to welcome back the Society of Animal Artist’s Art and the Animal. This juried competition is only open to members of the Society of Animal Artists. Art and The Animal features work by a variety of artists from around the world.
A David J. Wagner Traveling Exhibition
http://www.societyofanimalartists.com/exhibits.html
Read more

4 Fiesta Sonora: Southern Arizona Watercolor

Celebrate our natural environment with the Southern Arizona Watercolor Guild’s exhibit Fiesta Sonora. This juried exhibition features work, from SAWG members, that is inspired by the natural environment of the Southwest.

Please call (520) 883-3024 for Weekend Hours
Read more

5 Fiesta Sonora: Southern Arizona Watercolor

Celebrate our natural environment with the Southern Arizona Watercolor Guild’s exhibit Fiesta Sonora. This juried exhibition features work, from SAWG members, that is inspired by the natural environment of the Southwest.

Please call (520) 883-3024 for Weekend Hours
Read more

6 Fiesta Sonora: Southern Arizona Watercolor

Celebrate our natural environment with the Southern Arizona Watercolor Guild’s exhibit Fiesta Sonora. This juried exhibition features work, from SAWG members, that is inspired by the natural environment of the Southwest.

Please call (520) 883-3024 for Weekend Hours
Read more

7 Fiesta Sonora: Southern Arizona Watercolor

Celebrate our natural environment with the Southern Arizona Watercolor Guild’s exhibit Fiesta Sonora. This juried exhibition features work, from SAWG members, that is inspired by the natural environment of the Southwest.

Please call (520) 883-3024 for Weekend Hours
Read more

8 Fiesta Sonora: Southern Arizona Watercolor

Celebrate our natural environment with the Southern Arizona Watercolor Guild’s exhibit Fiesta Sonora. This juried exhibition features work, from SAWG members, that is inspired by the natural environment of the Southwest.

Please call (520) 883-3024 for Weekend Hours
Read more

11 Fiesta Sonora: Southern Arizona Watercolor

Celebrate our natural environment with the Southern Arizona Watercolor Guild’s exhibit Fiesta Sonora. This juried exhibition features work, from SAWG members, that is inspired by the natural environment of the Southwest.

Please call (520) 883-3024 for Weekend Hours
Read more

12 Fiesta Sonora: Southern Arizona Watercolor

Celebrate our natural environment with the Southern Arizona Watercolor Guild’s exhibit Fiesta Sonora. This juried exhibition features work, from SAWG members, that is inspired by the natural environment of the Southwest.

Please call (520) 883-3024 for Weekend Hours
Read more

13 Fiesta Sonora: Southern Arizona Watercolor

Celebrate our natural environment with the Southern Arizona Watercolor Guild’s exhibit Fiesta Sonora. This juried exhibition features work, from SAWG members, that is inspired by the natural environment of the Southwest.

Please call (520) 883-3024 for Weekend Hours
Read more

14 Fiesta Sonora: Southern Arizona Watercolor

Celebrate our natural environment with the Southern Arizona Watercolor Guild’s exhibit Fiesta Sonora. This juried exhibition features work, from SAWG members, that is inspired by the natural environment of the Southwest.

Please call (520) 883-3024 for Weekend Hours
Read more

15 Fiesta Sonora: Southern Arizona Watercolor

Celebrate our natural environment with the Southern Arizona Watercolor Guild’s exhibit Fiesta Sonora. This juried exhibition features work, from SAWG members, that is inspired by the natural environment of the Southwest.

Please call (520) 883-3024 for Weekend Hours
Read more

18 Fiesta Sonora: Southern Arizona Watercolor

Celebrate our natural environment with the Southern Arizona Watercolor Guild’s exhibit Fiesta Sonora. This juried exhibition features work, from SAWG members, that is inspired by the natural environment of the Southwest.

Please call (520) 883-3024 for Weekend Hours
Read more

Becoming Animal

Solo Exhibition by Sharon K. Schafer
Read more

19 Fiesta Sonora: Southern Arizona Watercolor

Celebrate our natural environment with the Southern Arizona Watercolor Guild’s exhibit Fiesta Sonora. This juried exhibition features work, from SAWG members, that is inspired by the natural environment of the Southwest.

Please call (520) 883-3024 for Weekend Hours
Read more

Becoming Animal

Solo Exhibition by Sharon K. Schafer
Read more

20 Fiesta Sonora: Southern Arizona Watercolor

Celebrate our natural environment with the Southern Arizona Watercolor Guild’s exhibit Fiesta Sonora. This juried exhibition features work, from SAWG members, that is inspired by the natural environment of the Southwest.

Please call (520) 883-3024 for Weekend Hours
Read more

Becoming Animal

Solo Exhibition by Sharon K. Schafer
Read more

21 Fiesta Sonora: Southern Arizona Watercolor

Celebrate our natural environment with the Southern Arizona Watercolor Guild’s exhibit Fiesta Sonora. This juried exhibition features work, from SAWG members, that is inspired by the natural environment of the Southwest.

Please call (520) 883-3024 for Weekend Hours
Read more

Becoming Animal

Solo Exhibition by Sharon K. Schafer
Read more

22 Fiesta Sonora: Southern Arizona Watercolor

Celebrate our natural environment with the Southern Arizona Watercolor Guild’s exhibit Fiesta Sonora. This juried exhibition features work, from SAWG members, that is inspired by the natural environment of the Southwest.

Please call (520) 883-3024 for Weekend Hours
Read more

Becoming Animal

Solo Exhibition by Sharon K. Schafer
Read more

23 Becoming Animal

Solo Exhibition by Sharon K. Schafer
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24 Becoming Animal

Solo Exhibition by Sharon K. Schafer
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25 Fiesta Sonora: Southern Arizona Watercolor

Celebrate our natural environment with the Southern Arizona Watercolor Guild’s exhibit Fiesta Sonora. This juried exhibition features work, from SAWG members, that is inspired by the natural environment of the Southwest.

Please call (520) 883-3024 for Weekend Hours
Read more

Becoming Animal

Solo Exhibition by Sharon K. Schafer
Read more

26 Fiesta Sonora: Southern Arizona Watercolor

Celebrate our natural environment with the Southern Arizona Watercolor Guild’s exhibit Fiesta Sonora. This juried exhibition features work, from SAWG members, that is inspired by the natural environment of the Southwest.

Please call (520) 883-3024 for Weekend Hours
Read more

Becoming Animal

Solo Exhibition by Sharon K. Schafer
Read more

27 Fiesta Sonora: Southern Arizona Watercolor

Celebrate our natural environment with the Southern Arizona Watercolor Guild’s exhibit Fiesta Sonora. This juried exhibition features work, from SAWG members, that is inspired by the natural environment of the Southwest.

Please call (520) 883-3024 for Weekend Hours
Read more

Becoming Animal

Solo Exhibition by Sharon K. Schafer
Read more

28 Fiesta Sonora: Southern Arizona Watercolor

Celebrate our natural environment with the Southern Arizona Watercolor Guild’s exhibit Fiesta Sonora. This juried exhibition features work, from SAWG members, that is inspired by the natural environment of the Southwest.

Please call (520) 883-3024 for Weekend Hours
Read more

Becoming Animal

Solo Exhibition by Sharon K. Schafer
Read more

29 Fiesta Sonora: Southern Arizona Watercolor

Celebrate our natural environment with the Southern Arizona Watercolor Guild’s exhibit Fiesta Sonora. This juried exhibition features work, from SAWG members, that is inspired by the natural environment of the Southwest.

Please call (520) 883-3024 for Weekend Hours
Read more

Becoming Animal

Solo Exhibition by Sharon K. Schafer
Read more

30 Becoming Animal

Solo Exhibition by Sharon K. Schafer
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July
1 Becoming Animal

Solo Exhibition by Sharon K. Schafer
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2 Becoming Animal

Solo Exhibition by Sharon K. Schafer
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3 Becoming Animal

Solo Exhibition by Sharon K. Schafer
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4 Becoming Animal

Solo Exhibition by Sharon K. Schafer
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5 Becoming Animal

Solo Exhibition by Sharon K. Schafer
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6 Becoming Animal

Solo Exhibition by Sharon K. Schafer
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7 Becoming Animal

Solo Exhibition by Sharon K. Schafer
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8 Becoming Animal

Solo Exhibition by Sharon K. Schafer
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9 Becoming Animal

Solo Exhibition by Sharon K. Schafer
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10 Becoming Animal

Solo Exhibition by Sharon K. Schafer
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11 Becoming Animal

Solo Exhibition by Sharon K. Schafer
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12 Becoming Animal

Solo Exhibition by Sharon K. Schafer
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13 Becoming Animal

Solo Exhibition by Sharon K. Schafer
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14 Becoming Animal

Solo Exhibition by Sharon K. Schafer
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15 Becoming Animal

Solo Exhibition by Sharon K. Schafer
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16 Becoming Animal

Solo Exhibition by Sharon K. Schafer
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17 Becoming Animal

Solo Exhibition by Sharon K. Schafer
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18 Becoming Animal

Solo Exhibition by Sharon K. Schafer
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19 Becoming Animal

Solo Exhibition by Sharon K. Schafer
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20 Becoming Animal

Solo Exhibition by Sharon K. Schafer
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21 Becoming Animal

Solo Exhibition by Sharon K. Schafer
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22 Becoming Animal

Solo Exhibition by Sharon K. Schafer
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23 Becoming Animal

Solo Exhibition by Sharon K. Schafer
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24 Becoming Animal

Solo Exhibition by Sharon K. Schafer
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25 Becoming Animal

Solo Exhibition by Sharon K. Schafer
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26 Becoming Animal

Solo Exhibition by Sharon K. Schafer
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27 Becoming Animal

Solo Exhibition by Sharon K. Schafer
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28 Becoming Animal

Solo Exhibition by Sharon K. Schafer
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29 Becoming Animal

Solo Exhibition by Sharon K. Schafer
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30 Becoming Animal

Solo Exhibition by Sharon K. Schafer
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31 Becoming Animal

Solo Exhibition by Sharon K. Schafer
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August
1 Becoming Animal

Solo Exhibition by Sharon K. Schafer
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2 Becoming Animal

Solo Exhibition by Sharon K. Schafer
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3 Becoming Animal

Solo Exhibition by Sharon K. Schafer
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4 Becoming Animal

Solo Exhibition by Sharon K. Schafer
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5 Becoming Animal

Solo Exhibition by Sharon K. Schafer
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6 Becoming Animal

Solo Exhibition by Sharon K. Schafer
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7 Becoming Animal

Solo Exhibition by Sharon K. Schafer
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8 Becoming Animal

Solo Exhibition by Sharon K. Schafer
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9 Becoming Animal

Solo Exhibition by Sharon K. Schafer
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10 Becoming Animal

Solo Exhibition by Sharon K. Schafer
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11 Becoming Animal

Solo Exhibition by Sharon K. Schafer
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12 Becoming Animal

Solo Exhibition by Sharon K. Schafer
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13 Becoming Animal

Solo Exhibition by Sharon K. Schafer
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14 Becoming Animal

Solo Exhibition by Sharon K. Schafer
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15 Becoming Animal

Solo Exhibition by Sharon K. Schafer
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16 Becoming Animal

Solo Exhibition by Sharon K. Schafer
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17 Becoming Animal

Solo Exhibition by Sharon K. Schafer
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18 Becoming Animal

Solo Exhibition by Sharon K. Schafer
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19 Becoming Animal

Solo Exhibition by Sharon K. Schafer
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20 Becoming Animal

Solo Exhibition by Sharon K. Schafer
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21 Becoming Animal

Solo Exhibition by Sharon K. Schafer
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22 Becoming Animal

Solo Exhibition by Sharon K. Schafer
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23 Becoming Animal

Solo Exhibition by Sharon K. Schafer
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24 Becoming Animal

Solo Exhibition by Sharon K. Schafer
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25 Becoming Animal

Solo Exhibition by Sharon K. Schafer
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26 Becoming Animal

Solo Exhibition by Sharon K. Schafer
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27 Becoming Animal

Solo Exhibition by Sharon K. Schafer
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28 Becoming Animal

Solo Exhibition by Sharon K. Schafer
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29 Becoming Animal

Solo Exhibition by Sharon K. Schafer
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30 Becoming Animal

Solo Exhibition by Sharon K. Schafer
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31 Becoming Animal

Solo Exhibition by Sharon K. Schafer
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September
1 Becoming Animal

Solo Exhibition by Sharon K. Schafer
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2 Becoming Animal

Solo Exhibition by Sharon K. Schafer
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