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The Empowered Woman Juried Art Exhibition Artists

October 7th 2023 - December 7th 2023 

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 The Empowered Woman 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 use our email for artwork inquiry and / or purchase - ArtemissGalleryAZ@gmail.com

 

We are currently not shipping artwork. All artwork remains in the gallery until the end of the exhibition and it must be picked up in-person following the end of the exhibition on December 7th 2023. 

***Click on Image to View Full Artwork***

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Tracy Ann Holmes

Tending The Forest Within |  Ceramic Sculpture  |  18 x 12 x 8 inches

 $1200 - $1800 (Sliding Scale Pricing)

Tucson based artist Tracy Ann Holmes, is a transplant to the desert yet she immediately loved its otherworldly landscapes. The tenacity & beauty of the life that survives this arid clime is an inspiration in her work. Inspiration also comes from her faith, the challenges of raising a family and what it means to be a woman.

Tracy received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree with an emphasis in Ceramics from Brigham Young University in 1998. With over 20 years of experience she utilizes ceramic in tile, mural and sculptural art. Sculptural ceramics for Tracy is a celebration of the female form and embodies her deepest pondering and metaphors for life.
 

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Tracy Ann Holmes

Brighter Things On The Other Side of Darkness |  Ceramic Sculpture  |  12 x 12 x 8 inches 

*No Longer Available for Purchase and / or Live Viewing 

Tucson based artist Tracy Ann Holmes, is a transplant to the desert yet she immediately loved its otherworldly landscapes. The tenacity & beauty of the life that survives this arid clime is an inspiration in her work. Inspiration also comes from her faith, the challenges of raising a family and what it means to be a woman.

Tracy received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree with an emphasis in Ceramics from Brigham Young University in 1998. With over 20 years of experience she utilizes ceramic in tile, mural and sculptural art. Sculptural ceramics for Tracy is a celebration of the female form and embodies her deepest pondering and metaphors for life.
 

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Emily Jacobson

Study of a Woman |  Watercolor |  22.5 x 17.5 inches

 $300 - $500 (Sliding Scale Pricing)

Emily received her Bachelor of Fine Arts at Utah State University, her emphasis was in drawing, but she loved printmaking and photography as well. She also has a great love of painting, specifically with watercolors. She loves all things art and enjoys sharing her love of art with others. Emily currently resides in sunny southern Arizona and enjoys spending time with her family.

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Dempsey Keenan

If I'm Honest With Myself |  Found objects (bottle caps, keys, glass beads, marbles) |  17 x 27 inches   

$350 - $500 (Sliding Scale Pricing)

Dempsey Keenan is a teaching artist in Tempe, AZ working in assemblage and relief printmaking. She currently teaches children and adults in the Studio Artist Residency Program and Edna Vihel Arts Center.

 

Predator and prey imagery are powerful symbols in Keenan's work, representing internal battles of depression and anxiety. Keenan’s work delves into the root causes of mental health struggles, exploring the effects of living in a capitalist society through the themes of hunger and devouring.

 

Keenan creates assemblages using small discarded objects gathered through second-hand means. She reimagines small, forgotten objects like beads, bottle caps, and keys into vibrant 2D compositions, transforming from commonplace to extraordinary. With a stylized approach, Keenan's linoleum block prints accentuate the power of line, shape, and space, creating visually captivating compositions that invite viewers to contemplate the connection between inner turmoil and societal structure.

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Sommer Koweek

Once in a Strawberry Moon |  Oil Painting  |  30 x 34 inches

$2000

Sommer Koweek is a multidisciplinary artist whose work explores the theme of confidence and empowerment in women. Whether through oil painting or photography, she aims to capture the strength and uniqueness of women. Strength and empowerment looks different to each and the artist honors that uniqueness in each of her subjects. With the bold and intentional use of color Sommer emphasizes emotion and mood in her work. She invites viewers to reflect on their own inner power and uplift others by sharing that power.

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Marla Kuhn

She has an Infinite Nature |  Acrylic on Canvas  |  30 x 30 inches

$400 - $900 (Sliding Scale Pricing)

The visual arts have always been my passion. I started drawing in second grade and never stopped. As an 18-yr-old college freshman, I declared myself as a fine arts major. Alas, that only lasted until my sophomore year when I became convinced that I needed to get a "real" degree so I could support myself. Later in life, I tried again, and completed a Master's of Education in Art Education. I taught middle, and high school art and worked in art museums in Fargo, ND and Santa Fe, NM. All this time, I took various art classes and sporadically painted. But I never gave myself the time to devote to my painting--although I knew that would be necessary to grow as an artist. Shortly after my 60th birthday, I gave myself permission to move towards being a full-time, professional artist. I am finally living my bliss.

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Zaneta Luna

Out of this world |  Acrylic Paint on Canvas |  16 x 20 inches

Sold

Zaneta Denise Luna is a self taught artist born in Sierra Vista, Arizona. Her love for art started at a very young age and most recently in the last 13 years took to the paint brush. Her preferred medium is acrylic paint on canvas. Her art style is a twist of realism meets surrealism. She prides herself in the unique twist she takes to bring her greatest imagination to also symbolize deep meaning. “Art washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life”- Pablo Picasso.

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Jennifer McFarland

co-conscious |  Acrylic  |  16 x 20 inches

Sold

YaYa's work attempts to visually explain the tension between the devastation and beauty of being human. My work is informed by a desire to make sense of personal life experiences: grief, childhood traumas, pains and loves.

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Haji Miranda

Serendipity |  Paperclay, Brass, Copper, Slate, Acrylic Paint |  14 x 45 x 4 inches 

$1800 - $2400 (Sliding Scale Pricing)

Haji Miranda's sculptural imaginings reflect a life spent in exploration of what drives and inspires people, culture and belief... Her imagery captures our imaginations as it tells the tales of human souls, in all of our bizarre and beautiful magnificence. A fascination with the textures and colors in nature is evident in her work, as she plays with symmetry, asymmetry and balance, blending human and animal forms with flowing abstract and ornately intricate details. Haji's mixed media works often reflect her jewelry background, yet she combines these techniques and elements into something altogether new and unique.

 

(Each of my sculptures has it's own artist statement/story as well)

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Michael Munoz

Untitled 91 |  Digital Painting  |  13 x 19 inches

Sold

The human body serves as an expressive canvas, conveying emotions through subtle movements and postures in art. An artist's depiction of the human form can convey various meanings, from the tension of distress to the relaxation of ease.

 

To enhance the impact of my art, I employ a limited color palette. This technique allows me to concentrate on the essential elements, fostering harmony and balance. By carefully selecting a few colors, I intensify visual impact, making it more striking and evocative.

 

In essence, art possesses the ability to narrate stories and stir emotions, and the human body is a potent instrument for expressing feelings through physical gestures. Through selective color choices, I heighten my artwork's impact, delivering a concentrated and potent visual experience for viewers.

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Michael Munoz

Anthophile 2 |  Digital Painting  |  13 x 19 inches

$85

The human body serves as an expressive canvas, conveying emotions through subtle movements and postures in art. An artist's depiction of the human form can convey various meanings, from the tension of distress to the relaxation of ease.

 

To enhance the impact of my art, I employ a limited color palette. This technique allows me to concentrate on the essential elements, fostering harmony and balance. By carefully selecting a few colors, I intensify visual impact, making it more striking and evocative.

 

In essence, art possesses the ability to narrate stories and stir emotions, and the human body is a potent instrument for expressing feelings through physical gestures. Through selective color choices, I heighten my artwork's impact, delivering a concentrated and potent visual experience for viewers.

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