Carol Amos

Marana Sunset

​​​​The Dawn of American Landscape
Masterpieces by the preeminent Nineteenth century landscape painters. Works by Albert Bierstadt, Thomas Moran, Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot and other master artists. 


Arizona Women Uncovered
Who would have guessed! The history of women’s whites offer us unique insight into the arts and lifestyle of our early pioneer women. Joint Curation with Claudine Villardito of Black Cat Vintage and Tucson Desert Art Museum. 


​​True Grit – Arizona Women of Determination
Who were the first women in Southern Arizona? Why did they come here? Southern Arizona’s pioneer women are remembered in a collection of historical photographs. ​


Under a Vast Sky: American Women Artists

October 13 - December 3, 2017
The Museum is proud to host this national juried art show and sale with works from outstanding women artists from the United States, Canada and Mexico. AWA is a non-profit organization dedicated to the inspiration, celebration, and encouragement of women in the visual arts.

Free Event: Artists’ Reception and Awards Ceremony, November 3, 2017, 5:30 – 8:00 p.m.​​

Click here for an online gallery of the exhibition on AWA's website.

Colors to Dye For

June 2 - December 3, 2017
Colors to Dye For explores the mysterious industry of dye-making. The beautiful southwestern palette created in early Navajo textiles was produced through a variety of materials found in nature. This exhibition takes a close look at the history of indigo and red. Why was indigo referred to as a “color of the devil,” and how did a beetle from the Sonoran desert change the history of red? Come see the fascinating transformation of how wool is made into yarn and yarn is turned into beautiful textiles.