Heat Strokes 

A visiting artist indulges in a frenzy of desert art-making

What do you get when you put a Dutch abstractionist in the Sonoran Desert? If the artist is Gerben Mulder, what you get is The Tucson Work, an explosion of crayon-bright paintings that evoke everything about our dry landscape, from its dense…

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