Join the artists at Flux Gallery to learn about the creative process of our steel sculptor, Peter Eisner. Peter will talk about how he forms his colorful abstract sculptures, as well as his finishing techniques. The talk will be held at the gallery on Saturday, January 7, from 1-2 p.m. Hope to see you there.
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Three Flux Gallery artists will move their studios to the gallery for the Open Studio Tour on Saturday and Sunday, November 12 and 13, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Stop by and meet painters Lee Roy Beach and Sheryl Holland, and mixed-media textile artist Mary Vaneecke. See how they work and check out the gallery while you’re there.
Flux artists C. J. Shane, Dragana Skrepnik, Lynne Yamaguchi, and Peter Eisner will be receiving visitors at their studios that same weekend. Please consult the Open Studio Tour information at the Tucson Pima Arts Council web site for their individual locations.
Flux Gallery will celebrate its second year of operation on Friday, October 14, from 5 to 8 p.m. Please join us for wine, hors d’oeuvres, and brilliant new work by the Flux artists: Lee Roy Beach, Peter Eisner, Sheryl Holland, C. J. Shane, Mary Vaneecke, Lynne Yamaguchi, and our newest member, Dragana Skrepnik. Flux Gallery is located at Plaza Palomino, at the southeast corner of Swan and Fort Lowell Roads in Tucson.
Flux Gallery will feature small works for sale on Friday and Saturday, December 10 and 11, 2010, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., in conjunction with Grey Dog Trading Company’s annual winter Zuni fetish show. Customers who present a same-day receipt from Grey Dog will receive a 10% discount on the small works at Flux, or Flux customers can present a same-day receipt from Flux at Grey Dog to receive a 10% discount on their fetishes.
In addition to the small works by member artists Carol Ann, Lee Roy Beach, Peter Eisner, Maurice Sevigny, Shirley Wagner, and Lynne Yamaguchi, we will also have work by incoming Flux member Katherine Minott, a photographer with a love of color and texture. Katherine won’t officially be joining Flux until January, but this show will give visitors a preview of what is to come.
Flux Gallery will inaugurate its guest artist program with a special exhibition by Tucson artist Ava Young on Friday and Saturday, November 19 and 20, 2010. There will be a reception from 5 to 8 p.m. on Friday, November 19, and the gallery will be open its normal hours on both Friday and Saturday, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Also featured will be work by Flux artists Carol Ann, Lee Roy Beach, Peter Eisner, Maurice Sevigny, Shirley Wagner, and Lynne Yamaguchi. For further information, call (520) 907-3164 or 299-5983.
The spring Tucson Artists’ Open Studio Tour is coming up again next weekend, March 13 and 14, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. both days. Among the 89 artists participating are Flux artists Steven Derks, Peter Eisner, Maurice Sevigny, and Lynne Yamaguchi.
You can find all the details about the tour, including a complete list of participating artists and maps of the studio locations, online at the tour’s website or in the current issue of Zócalo magazine. (This “Tucson Urban Scene Magazine” is worth hunting down; read it online or find it at various locations around town.)
This weekend is the Tucson Open Studio Tour. From 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. both Saturday and Sunday, 167 artists all over Tucson will open their studios to the public—including five of the Flux Gallery artists: Bryan Crow, Steven Derks, Peter Eisner (all three at the same studio), Maurice Sevigny, and Lynne Yamaguchi. You can download a combination calendar and map guide showing the locations of all the studios at the Tucson Pima Arts Council site or pick one up at various locations around town, such as libraries and galleries. We will have a short stack at Flux Gallery later today.
If you want more info, the Arizona Daily Star had an article about the tour in its Sunday paper. If you’re willing to register and login, you can read it online at azstarnet.com.
The studio tour gives you a chance to see how (or at least, where) your favorite artists work. You can see the tools and materials they use and learn about their process while also seeing (and being able to talk with them about) the artwork.