Inventive Imagery

Inventive Imagery

For Tucson's Rodeo Day, Jennifer Wurster's daughter picked out a power-girl costume: cowgirl hat, bandanna, vintage Boy Scout shirt and a tough-looking leather belt.


Headline Ripping

We've all stood in the supermarket checkout line and eyed the tabloids flashing their weirdo and sensational headlines.

Vanishing Waters

This book is about that moment of falling when the solid ground under us gives way to something new.

Cool Art

We've already weathered the first 100 degree day of the year, with many more sure to come.

Brave New Masters

Until last week, I'd never even thought of buying fries in an art gallery.

Piece of Work

"What a piece of work is a man."

Alive and Well

In 1986, Arizona artist Ardyth Bernstein made a gorgeous pastel called "Having It All."

My Dear Watson

It was a dark and stormy night. Well, of course it was.

Eva Perón —Saint or Shameless?

Just hearing the title should activate the little earworm ready to burrow into your brain; The melody fills your head and plays a continuous loop for hours.

Good as Gold

On the right, Gail Marcus-Orlen ramps up the crayon-box colors in her surrealistic oils, using lush purples, oranges and teal to paint a kaleidoscope of enchanted figures.

Business of Business

If you’d like a splendidly hilarious intermission from the Sturmund Drang of life as we know it these days—and seriously, who wouldn’t?

The Age of Anxiety

Three bodies are climbing heavenward in the painting “Skyscraper” by Tim Murphy.


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