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  • Traditions
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    Brad Stroman and Sean Wallis "Traditions"
    November 17th - 30th

    Brad Stroman and Sean Wallis are presented in “ Traditions“ November 17th- 30th.
    A reception for the artists was held on Friday November 17th.

    Brad Stroman’s contemporary southwestern acrylics are compositions that have caught an audience of Tucson's newbies ( new residents.) His new abstract series “The Four Directions” borrows from a Native American theme using strong color fields.

    Sean Wallis, our Gallery’s youngest artist brings a fresh look of classic Impressionism. Whether the oils romanticize Italian scenes, blooming gardens or the dramatic land formations of the desert in Arizona and Utah, Sean continues to grow his popular style of art.
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    Brad Stroman

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    Sean Wallis

  • Zulia Gotay de Anderson
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    Zulia Gotay de Anderson is the featured artist for the month of November 2017 at the fabulous Hilton El Conquistador in Oro Valley.
    She will be set up on site painting in the “artist’s nest” where her artwork will be on display.

    A current Tucson artist, Zulia was an islander from Puerta Rico who also studied at the University of New Mexico. She brings many years of experience to her unique style of oil painting. She uses her palette to bring new light to the ideas of women on their daily rounds through her beautiful and intriguing oils.

    The Hilton El Conquistador is located at 10,000 N.Oracle Road and also features paintings, bronzes and outside sculptures for sale from our gallery.

    Jane Hamilton Fine Art
    2890 E. Skyline Drive Suite 180 Tucson Az
    520-529-4886
  • Win This Painting!
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    Win this painting by Barry Sapp.
    Barry Sapp's lovely watercolor, "Suddenly Spooked" 18X14, will be raffled off to benefit
    St. Luke's Home.
    Raffle tickets are at the gallery for $10 each or 6 for $50.

    Mark Your Calendars! The 99th Annual Baile de las Flores will take place Saturday, 21 April 2018, 5:30 pm, at the Mountain Oyster Club.
    Tickets are $150.00 per person ($90.00 allowable tax deduction per reservation).
    Since 1919, the St. Luke’s Board of Visitors has organized and presented the oldest ongoing charity event in Tucson to support
    St. Luke’s Home. The Board of Visitors Committee continues this annual celebration with the 99th Annual Baile de las Flores. We invite you to this year’s celebration in support of the Elders who live at St. Luke’s Home. Since 1987 a renowned artist from the Tucson area has been invited to donate an original painting to the raffled at the Baile de las Flores. Barry Sapp has graciously accepted this invitation.

    Barry paints luminous scenes reflecting the culture and history of the Southwest. Raffle tickets for his watercolor painting, “Suddenly Spooked”, are now available at Jane Hamilton Fine Art, where the painting is displayed. The painting will be raffled the evening of the Baile. Raffle ticket holders need not be present to win.

    Join us for a festive evening to include music presented by DJ Charles Heasley, no host bar,
  • The Phillips Family Collection
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    Jane Hamilton Fine Art presents The Phillips Family Collection.

    We have received a fabulous collection of classic western art from the Phillips Family. Included are bronzes by Bill Nebecker and Buck Mc Cain and oils by Roy Anderson, Rock Newcomb and Ramon Kelley. Please stop by and feast your eyes on these great works.
  • 2017 Shows
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    Artists Studio Tour at Jane Hamilton Fine Art. Featuring artist meet & demonstrations.
    10-4pm  Saturday September 30th and Sunday 11-3pm October 1st
    Rose Collins, Zulia Gotay de Anderson, Pat Parkinson, Barry Sapp and Linda Dobkin.

    Jewelry Trunk Show with Santa Fe jewelry designer Alice Bailey
    October 12th Thursday ART Walk 4-7pm and Friday 13th 10-4pm
    and Saturday 14th 10-4pm


    Brad Stroman and Sean Wallis "Traditions"
    Friday November 17th 4-7pm

    Brad Stroman and Sean Wallis are presented in “ Traditions“ November 17th- 30th.
    A reception for the artists will be held on Friday November 17th from 4-7pm.

    Brad Stroman’s contemporary southwestern acrylics are compositions that have caught an audience of Tucson's newbies ( new residents.) His new abstract series “The Four Directions” borrows from a Native American theme using strong color fields.

    Sean Wallis, our Gallery’s youngest artist brings a fresh look of classic Impressionism. Whether the oils romanticize Italian scenes, blooming gardens or the dramatic land formations of the desert in Arizona and Utah, Sean continues to grow his popular style of art.
  • Sticks Furniture Is Here!
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    Sticks Furniture
    We now carry Sticks.
    Sticks was started by Sarah Grant in 1992. Since then, Sticks has received national acclaim for our distinctive line of furniture, accessories and object art.

    Each piece is handcrafted within Sticks’ award winning studio in Des Moines, Iowa. All pieces are finely crafted from birch, poplar and driftwood. The pieces are further designed with hand drawn imagery, etched contouring and vibrantly blended paint. Pieces can be embellished with 3-D wood components, metal, leather and fabric.

    The line is constantly evolving due to the imagination of the design team and the many talented craft artisans that they employ. Every piece that they produce can be personalized to feature themes, imagery or colors that you customers desire. See more here.
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