In Tucson, Explore Artists’ Personal Journeys

ART + CULTURE | BY | May 14, 2019
Tucson Museum Of Art Exhibits Artists' Personal Journeys

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Travelogue: Grand Destinations and Personal Journeys

Artists’ travels have long been the subject of paintings, photographs and drawings, especially in the early days of the American West, when artists captured the new land’s dramatic landscape and architectural ruins.

In this exhibition, drawn from the permanent collection of the Tucson Museum of Art, more than 80 artworks will be on show from May 18 to October 16. Historical and contemporary pieces–from a 1905 painting by Nellie Mae Stowe to a ‘3

0s oil painting of the Graham Mountain by Lavaun Curtis to a ’48 watercolor of a ruined mission by Stanford Stevens–all reflect the sense of discovery of artists embarking on personal journeys of exploration.

PHOTO COURTESY TUCSON MUSEUM OF ART

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