The Tucson J Fine Art Gallery showcases work by local, national, and international artists. The exhibits rotate every six weeks. The Fine Art Gallery is free and open to the public.
Works By Arts for All
May 18 – June 28
Artists’ Reception, Wednesday, May 23 from 1-3pm
Gallery Talk, Sunday, June 24 2-3pm
Ten artists from Arts for All, Inc., which commits to providing accessible education, training and experiences in the arts for children and adults, primarily those with special needs, will be showing their work in The J’s Fine Art Gallery. Many of the artists use laser art technique (LAT) for those who are unable to hold a paintbrush. It started 33 years ago in the home of physical therapist, Marcia Berger and continues at its arts center at 2520 N. Oracle Road. The artists who are showing their work are:
Kevin Charles Judith
Artists’ Reception, Wednesday, May 23rd from 1-3pm. Come and meet the artists and their teaching artist, Harriett Morton, and find out what inspires them.
Gallery Talk by Matt Katz, DSP and tracker, from Arts for All, Inc. Sunday, June 24 at 2pm.
Tucson Portraits by Lauri Kaye
June 29- August 9
“Wearing Our Stories” is an exhibit of mixed media drawings sub-dyed onto textiles and meant to be touched, worn, stretched, and used. Creating wearable art is an exciting opportunity to make art more accessible and approachable taking it beyond gallery walls and out onto the streets. Every body every shape and every color changes the aesthetic of the original artwork in a unique and exciting way. For more information about Lauri Kaye, visit her website.
Jewish Artist Group at J
August 10- September 20
The J is excited to showcase works by The Jewish Artist Group, a local group of Tucson artists.
Artists’ Reception: Sunday, August 12 2-4pm
Art Trails & Heart of Tucson
September 21- October 4
Artists’ Reception, Sunday, September 23, 2-4pm
Get to know the artists of two area art groups: Art Trails (west/northwest Tucson) and Heart of Tucson Art (midtown Tucson) invite you to take a look at their members’ artwork in preparation for their open studio tours.
FIBER ARTISTS OF SOUTHERN ARIZONA
October 4- November 1
Artists’ Reception, Sunday, October 7, 2-4pm
Fiber Artists of Southern Arizona (FASA) is a group committed to creating
and promoting the fiber arts. These textile and mixed media artists express
contemporary themes based on their individual experiences.
The Tucson area group shares a common interest in exploring creative
expression through their fiber art. A variety of ideas are interpreted using both
historical and non-traditional techniques. To learn more about FASA and to see examples of our latest art, please go to our website
Gallery Talks with the artists will be held on Tuesdays at 3pm on October 9
Kristallnacht Show November 2- December 10
As we commemorate the 80th anniversary of Kristallnacht, the Night of Broken Glass, which took place on November 9, 1938, we are proud to display, “New Works from Broken Glass” presented by different artists in the Tucson community. The show is presented in partnership with the Sonoran Glass School.
Trajectory by Elliott Heiman
December 11 – January 24, 2019
Artist’s Reception, Sunday, December 16, 2-4pm
This exhibition, “Trajectory,” scheduled Dec. 11, 2018 thru Jan. 24, 2019 opens with 2 self-portraits – a young man in his 20s and an old man In his 80s, my present age. I thank the JCC which is hosting this, my third solo exhibit, in their Fine Arts Gallery. Over the past 20 years, this venue has provided a spacious light-filled setting for my large, colorful paintings which depict memories and life as it has unfolded – with the joy and the sadness.
Sunday, November 18th from 10:00-3:00
Shop a local artisan showcase in the Fine Art Gallery, featuring pottery, glass, jewelry, and more! A portion of the sales will support the arts at The J. Thank you to the participating artists and shoppers.
JCC Fine Art Gallery Hours:
Monday – Thursday, 9 a.m. – 9 p.m.
Friday & Sunday, 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Closed Saturdays and Jewish holidays.
All are welcome.