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October 2019

Pearls of Eden – Wil Taylor

October 5, 2019 - January 5, 2020

Tucson artist, Wil Taylor, explores themes that are both universally and personally resonant. Wil’s love of nature is woven through his paintings which combine powerful design and visual patterns. Each piece, elegantly executed, evokes an energetic curiosity about the world. Born and raised in the wilderness around Mt. Rainier in Washington state, Wil attended the University of Arizona where he received his masters in Art Education. He went on to teach art for nearly 15 years before pursuing his studio…

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LightArt

October 12, 2019 - January 5, 2020

Seattle architect and designer, Ryan Smith, combines art, nature, and design to craft his custom lighting creations. The Botanical Series was inspired by the flowers that dot the landscape of the pacific northwest. Lush rhododendron and cherry blossoms, elegant foxglove, columbine and snowdrops as well as a cluster of chartreuse blossoms, inspired by biophilia, reinforces that nature is a constant source of inspiration for Ryan and his team of artisans. His installations may be seen in airports, hospitals, and resorts…

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Catharsis – Rachel Ivanyi & Joanna Taylor

October 17, 2019 - January 5, 2020

Fellow artists, and mother and daughter, Rachel Ivanyi and Joanna Taylor have come together to create “Catharsis” an exhibition that explores the natural world as a way to heal. Through a shared personal experience, Rachel and Joana were able to develop new styles of expression, and in turn, help viewers experience an elevated awareness of the interconnectivity of nature.  Joanna is an award-winning folk artist known for her textiles and paintings. Rachel, too, is an award-winning illustrator and art educator.…

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FEAST With the Dearly Departed

October 26 @ 5:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Join Tucson Botanical Gardens for Feast with the Dearly Departed, our take on the wonderful Día de los Muertos holiday. Día de los Muertos is a Mexican Tradition Celebrating the loved ones who have passed. Families gather and enjoy music, food, share stories and cherished memories. Buy Tickets Here There will be 2 performances by Grupo Folklorico Miztontli 7pm and 8pm! Music by Mariachi Rayos del Sol de Tucson High Face painting & sugar skull decorating Cafe Botanica street tacos…

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