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Lucid Illusions Juried Art Exhibition Artists

Grand Opening Exhibition January 6th 2024 @ 6pm MST

***All artwork for Lucid Illusions will not be posted on our website until after the Lucid Illusions Grand Opening Exhibition Event: A Very Solful New Year on January 6th 2024. All artwork shown below is from our former exhibition: The Empowered Woman Juried Art Exhibition, Click on Image to View Full Artwork***

 

Artemiss Art Gallery & Event Venue Tucson AZ is proud to and honored to partner with incredible artists from the local Tucson area and state-wide Arizona for Lucid Illusions Juried Art Exhibition. Without their artwork filling our walls and spaces, we wouldn’t be the well-renowned gallery we are today.

 

Check out some of our featured artists below and get in touch with us for information and to inquire about their pieces for sale. All Sales are Final. ***Please contact us via email for artwork inquiry and / or purchase - ArtemissGalleryAZ@gmail.com

 

We will ship artwork. Buyers are responsible for all shipping and packaging costs and insurance for any artwork shipped.  All artwork remains in the gallery until the end of the exhibition, unless specifically requested by art buyer. It is preferred for artwork sold be picked up in-person following the end of the exhibition. 

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Shannon Byers Fogle

Starseed  |  Digital Mixed Media on Metal  |  24 x 36 inches

$2500 - $3200 (Sliding Scale Pricing)

Shannon is a Multidisciplinary Artist who began revealing her 2D Artwork in 2021. Shannon’s Art ranges from things she feels strongly about, to personal experiences that are her own. “In those circumstances, I go through a process of self analysis.” Says Shannon, “Forced to look at myself in a different light, like a cracked mirror with fragments of truths waiting to be found.” Whether it be Painting, Photography, Digital Art, or a combination of all 3, she is driven to push the limits of her Artwork. That drive is not only Self Expression, but for the Viewer to walk away with a hopeful reminder of the feelings we try to push down inside. “They may take something completely different from the Piece.” Shannon adds, “I actually love that, as long as it gives them some sort of emotion, especially one they didn’t know they needed to feel.”

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Zena Carves

It’s all gonna be just fine. |  Relief Print and Chine Collé |  14 x 17 inches

$75 - $180 (Sliding Scale Pricing)

Zena is an artist who calls Tucson her creative home. She’s into relief printing, using it to explore the female experience and emotions in her work. Zena’s art has made its way into some Tucson galleries, and she’s pretty stoked about it. Her pieces dig deep into feelings, and she hopes they resonate with you in some way. Zena’s art isn’t just art; it’s a personal journey she’s inviting you to share as she explores vulnerability and strength. Your consideration of her work is deeply appreciated.

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Joslyn Culver 

Break Free |  Mixed Media: acrylic, mannequin, found objects |  18 x 18 x 26.5 inches

$2500

Raised in the Bible Belt, moving to Tucson in my early 20s unknowingly sparked a transformative journey from being what I was told to be to being who I truly am. Now in my 50s, I am still evolving in my person and art from jewelry making to acrylic on canvas, furniture, and walls, to 3-D art. The drive for my art is to help other women heal and to inspire and encourage them in their own journeys to become their true selves. I am self taught and excited to be on this journey.

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Sharon Davis 

In the Sacred Grotto |  Soft Pastel on Paper |  11.5 x 14.5 inches

$100 - $250 (Sliding Scale Pricing)

Sharon Davis is a self-taught artist living in Tucson, Arizona, originally from Mississippi. Sharon's works are primarily in watercolor and pastel. She draws her inspiration from her connection with nature and the Earth, and her animist spirituality. In the works submitted here, she connected with the theme of empowerment as a woman through a relationship with nature. The empowered woman is connected to powerful places on the Earth, including two specific places she has personal empowering connections to, as well as to the Earth as a whole being.

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Beth E Courtright-Detwiler

Atlantean |  Chalk Pastel  |  40 x 24 inches

$1200

Beth Courtright-Detwiler is a Contemporary Visionary Artist who lives in the Verde Valley of Northern Arizona. Her studio "Word is Art" sits on Cleopatra Hill, in Bldg A at the Old High School in the historic ghost town & artist colony of Jerome, Arizona. Ms. Courtright-Detwiler has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Ohio State University and began her professional career on the East Coast working as a fine art painter, cartoonist, and illustrator. The content of her work is iconically symbolistic and plays out in a variety of colorful mediums including chalk pastel, ceramic sculpture, and experimental maskingtape art.

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Wendy Figueroa

Sombras Fértiles |  Acrylic on Canvas  |  11 x 14 inches

$250 - $500 (Sliding Scale Pricing)

Finally pursuing my passion to create based on life experiences. Healing through art.

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Vera Gates

Deep Breath In Dark Places |  Oil & Wax on Panel  |  30 x 20 inches

$1600

Vera Gates is a contemporary Artist working in the mediums of oil, wax and found objects. Her current body of work explores themes of courage and justice, through symbolic abstraction. Her iconography includes shields, wings and words, trees and full moons. Vera lives in the Iron Horse neighborhood, of Tucson, Arizona, where she maintains a working art studio. Summers find her in northern Vermont, painting in an old boathouse under the watchful eye of Eagles. She travels extensively seeking inspiration and awe. Vera graduated from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, with a degree in Environmental Design. She worked in the field of Landscape Architecture and Design, for over thirty years and was a founding partner of Arterra Landscape Architects, in San Francisco, California. Vera has studied painting with Larry Robinson, since 2009.

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Wendy Grahm

Brain Waves |  Gouache paint, brain histogram, brass wire, sterling silver, beads, metal spacers  |  8 x 8 x 2.5 inches $80 - $175 (Sliding Scale Pricing)

Wendy Grahm has been active in a variety of creative endeavors for many years: poetry and other forms of the written and spoken word, jewelry making, calligraphy, drawing, and painting, most recently with alcohol inks. She has shown in Magnified: The Art of Histology - Roche Tissue Diagnostics at Ventana Gallery, The Small Wonders show at The Drawing Studio, and her 2015 Artist's Book/Chapbook was acquired by the University of Arizona Poetry Center for the L. R. Benes Rare Book Room Collection.

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Lyn Hart

blue maría 1 |  Handwoven Panel  |  37 x 23 inches

$300

Lyn has been creating art as long as she can remember. After taking a natural dyeing workshop taught by a tapestry weaver in 2005, she began to pursue the medium of handwoven tapestry. Lyn’s woven works have garnered a number of awards, including National Park artist residencies at Grand Canyon, Glen Canyon, and Zion, earning her the distinction of being the National Park’s first tapestry weaver artist-in-residence. Her work has been exhibited in local and national venues and is held in public and private collections. Lyn’s love of the Sonoran Desert began when she and her husband relocated to Tucson in 1997, was enhanced while working as a volunteer naturalist at Sabino Canyon Recreation Area during the 2010s and further honed by a yearlong 2018 Arts Fellowship at the University of Arizona’s Desert Laboratory on Tumamoc Hill. Her wanderings in and explorations of the Southwest continue today.

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Silvia Hogue 

Natasha |  Watercolor  |  16 x 20 inches 

$159

Self taught artist Silvia Hogue was born in the Puglia region of Southern Italy, (the heel of the boot). Both the Ionian sea with its sun and sand, as well as the Alps during summer vacations, with mountain villages and rocky peaks, have shaped the inspiration of her art. Living and traveling in the US and abroad, from Italy to Turkey to Germany, Oregon and North Carolina, and now Tucson AZ, have funneled ideas for her extremely colorful art. Her technique ranges widely from India ink to gouache, watercolors to acrylics, collage to enamel, mostly on paper.

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