JCC Fine Art Gallery
A hidden Tucson gem, the JCC Fine Art Gallery has rotating exhibits featuring local and traveling artists. This beautiful space provides members and visitors an extraordinary visual experience. Displayed works include fine art, photography, painting, jewelry, sculpture, textiles, and even children’s art. Shows rotate every four to six weeks. For more information about the gallery or to submit your portfolio for consideration, please contact Lynn Davis 520-299-3000 x106.
Naked Food – Photographs by Mara Aspinall
Photographer and business executive Mara G. Aspinall has captured stunning images of Naked Food from around the world. You will see a very wide and unique assortment of fruits and vegetables in their lumpy, bumpy, prickly and slippery glory. From those too sour to taste, too smelly to hold, too hot to touch – enjoy the harvest in a whole new way.
Sep. 18 – Oct. 20
Artist’s reception Sunday, Sept, 20, 2-5 p.m.
From the River -
Paintings, sculpture, and wood block assemblage by Gavin Troy
Inspired by the forms and colors in both his immediate surroundings and his internal landscapes, Gavin Troy’s work unfolds as a never-ending story, each painting becoming one more step along the journey. In addition to his paintings on wood, Gavin works on canvas, makes collage wood block pieces and is currently working with bronze sculpture.
October 23 – December 9
Artist’s reception Sunday, October 25, 2-4 pm
Free and open to the public
JCC Fine Art Gallery Hours:
Monday-Thursday, 9 a.m.-9 p.m. Sunday & Friday 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Closed Saturdays and Jewish holidays • All are welcome