Marieke Davis

Phoenix area native Marieke Davis, a “visually impaired visual artist” with hemi-anopsia, is a 2017 ASU summa cum laude graduate with a BFA in Art/Drawing, and minors in English Literature, Women’s & Gender Studies, and Creative Writing.  She is the creator of the graphic series, Ember Black, in print and audio, and the recipient of the Audience Choice Award at the First Annual Herberger IDEA Showcase, First Place at the Phoenix Sister Cities International Competition for Artists with Disabilities, a grant from the Arizona Commission on the Arts, and a VSA Emerging Young Artist Award (sponsored by the Kennedy Center) for her semi-autobiographical strip, “Life is Blurry,” currently appearing on her Facebook page (@lifeisblurry) and as a feature in LivAbility Magazine.  

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“An Extended Hand”

Medium: Prisma Color Colored Pencils

Size: 24 1/2” X 29 1/2”

Created 2014

This artwork is not for sale.

All inclusion begins with a hand extended over the sometimes raging
seas of life--whether it is extended in friendship, to render
assistance, or to defy racism, sexism, bullying, or any kind of
ostracism. As a visually impaired visual artist, I have experienced
both exclusion and inclusion--the exclusion inflicted upon me by
school bullies as I completed chemotherapy for recurrent brain tumors,
and the warmth of inclusion by the many friends, family, and teachers
who see me not as a disabled artist, but as an artist."

Alexandra Jimenez

Alexandra Jimenez is a Chicana printmaker, illustrator and graphic designer. She is a fourth generation Tucson native whose work reflects her heritage and a strong sense of place.

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La Gente means “The People.” Before humans were in the Sonoran Desert, the saguaros stood tall, growing slowly and surely. They were the first people. In my piece, they serve as a metaphor for the Mexican community that has created a place for themselves in the desert. We have stood together, growing tough skin, reaching out our arms to each other in the face of discrimination, deportations, and injustice.  Title: La Gente  Medium: Serigraph  Size: 11 x 17  Year of Creation: 2016  Price $350 For Sales Inquiries, please contact dlutzick@yahoo.com with Winslow Arts Trust Museum

La Gente means “The People.” Before humans were in the Sonoran Desert, the saguaros stood tall, growing slowly and surely. They were the first people. In my piece, they serve as a metaphor for the Mexican community that has created a place for themselves in the desert. We have stood together, growing tough skin, reaching out our arms to each other in the face of discrimination, deportations, and injustice.

Title: La Gente

Medium: Serigraph

Size: 11 x 17

Year of Creation: 2016

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Adriene Jenik

Adriene Jenik is an artist and educator who resides in the southwestern U.S. desert. Her current work engages the desert - its fragile ecology, alternative economics, and growing militarization. At Arizona State University, she serves as Professor of Intermedia in the School of Art, affiliate faculty in the School for the Future of Innovation in Society, and a sustainability scientist at the Global Institute of Sustainability.

www.adrienejenik.net

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“THE SKY IS FALLING…” is the third in an ongoing series of performances that make up The Data Humanization Project.

In The Data Humanization Project, I re-assert the connection of data to human scale and context. In contrast to a trend toward visualizing big data, each of my 'data humanization' performances seek to physically “translate” a single data point so that it can be more fully comprehended by myself and others.  For “THE SKY IS FALLING…” I chose to translate a contested number – the number of civilians killed as a result of drone strikes by the US military. Performed from sunup to sundown on November 13, 2016; “The Sky is Falling…” presents edited video of the live-streamed performance.

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Ardyn Feken

Ardyn Feken is a paralegal and human rights activist who didn’t pick up a paintbrush until 2012 on her 40th birthday.

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Marching hand in hand with fellow Arizonans was a powerful experience for Feken. She is disappointed that components of SB 1070, the “show me your papers” law, still plagues the state.  Title: SB 1070 March  Medium: Acrylic  Size: 48 x 36 x 1.5  Year of Creation: 2018  Price $3,750 For sales inquiries, please contact dlutzick@yahoo.com with Winslow Arts Trust Museum

Marching hand in hand with fellow Arizonans was a powerful experience for Feken. She is disappointed that components of SB 1070, the “show me your papers” law, still plagues the state.

Title: SB 1070 March

Medium: Acrylic

Size: 48 x 36 x 1.5

Year of Creation: 2018

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Barbara Brandel

Barbara Brandel’s current work includes painted collages with recycled world postage stamps. Her art works are in collections throughout the U.S. and beyond.

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Postage stamps symbolize that the United States has long been a magnet for people from around the world who come here to live and work. Franklin Roosevelt’s 1941 speech defining The Four Freedoms (freedom of speech and religion, freedom from want and fear) remains a hopeful promise.  The Enduring Hope  Recycled World Postage Stamps, acrylic on paper  20 x 20 framed  2017  Price $3,000  For sales inquiries, please contact dlutzick@yahoo.com with Winslow Arts Trust Museum

Postage stamps symbolize that the United States has long been a magnet for people from around the world who come here to live and work. Franklin Roosevelt’s 1941 speech defining The Four Freedoms (freedom of speech and religion, freedom from want and fear) remains a hopeful promise.

The Enduring Hope

Recycled World Postage Stamps, acrylic on paper

20 x 20 framed

2017

Price $3,000

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Barbara Penn

Barbara Penn is a visual artist and Professor Emerita of Art—University of Arizona, Tucson. A painter, mixed media and installation artist, her work often draws from personal, socio-political and/or media portrayals of culture. Barbara and her works have traveled nationally and internationally through fellowships, artist residencies, and solo and group exhibitions.

www.barbarapenn.com

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This work warns of the growing authoritarianism of our government and current leaders who feed the age of anxiety and insecurity—demagogues who present on social media and create chaos to fuel culture wars. The art features a repetition of a Caesar-like imperial bust, divided visually and metaphorically. The intent is to remind viewers to beware of current unrest and political undermining; to stand up on issues and vote—protecting our rights and civil liberties. Defending and fighting for equal rights for all people is the very safeguard of our democracy.  Title: Autocracy Trending: now streaming near you  Medium: Collage, silkscreen  Size: 12 x 12  Year of Creation: 2018  This artwork is not for sale.

This work warns of the growing authoritarianism of our government and current leaders who feed the age of anxiety and insecurity—demagogues who present on social media and create chaos to fuel culture wars. The art features a repetition of a Caesar-like imperial bust, divided visually and metaphorically. The intent is to remind viewers to beware of current unrest and political undermining; to stand up on issues and vote—protecting our rights and civil liberties. Defending and fighting for equal rights for all people is the very safeguard of our democracy.

Title: Autocracy Trending: now streaming near you

Medium: Collage, silkscreen

Size: 12 x 12

Year of Creation: 2018

This artwork is not for sale.

Carla Keaton

Carla Keaton’s work has been recognized by the Arizona Arts Commission and the National Endowment of the Arts. She is also a children’s book illustrator, and the youngest daughter of a sharecropper.

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This is part of a collection of paintings that illustrates the lives of cotton sharecroppers and migrant cotton farmers from the 1930s to 1950s. The objective of the project was to share otherwise untold stories of those who toiled endless hours in the fields, and to raise awareness about the economic impact “cotton pickers” had on the U.S. and global economy.  "Won't name No Buildings After Me"  Oil  36 x 48  2017  Price $6,500  For sales inquiries, please contact dlutzick@yahoo.com with Winslow Arts Trust Museum

This is part of a collection of paintings that illustrates the lives of cotton sharecroppers and migrant cotton farmers from the 1930s to 1950s. The objective of the project was to share otherwise untold stories of those who toiled endless hours in the fields, and to raise awareness about the economic impact “cotton pickers” had on the U.S. and global economy.

"Won't name No Buildings After Me"

Oil

36 x 48

2017

Price $6,500

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Cheryl Berech

Throughout her life as an artist and teacher in Africa, Europe, and the United States, Cheryl Berech has been impressed by the amazing ability of people to persist in the face of tremendous adversity, and the commonality of their hopes and fears. Her realistic, contemplative paintings depict figures in a symbolic relationship to their environment that invites speculation about the nature of that relationship and the internal and external conflicts that it might imply. Social issues and their impact on individuals play a key role in her art. Cheryl paints in oil, weaving a subtle tapestry of color, played against strong contrasts of light and shadow. Originally from Phoenix, she studied art at Arizona State University and the Academy of Art University in San Francisco. Her work is in private and public collections around the world.

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Cheryl Berech returned to Arizona in 2014 from North Africa, where she worked as an artist and taught art to students from many countries, including those fleeing civil wars and other conflicts. Inspired by Norman Rockwell’s painting “Freedom from Fear," in this reprise the race of the mother and child are altered to convey the universal desire of parents to provide a safe environment for their children.  Title: Freedom from Fear: Reprise  Medium: oil on canvas  Size: 13 x 17  Year of Creation: 2017  This artwork is not for sale.

Cheryl Berech returned to Arizona in 2014 from North Africa, where she worked as an artist and taught art to students from many countries, including those fleeing civil wars and other conflicts. Inspired by Norman Rockwell’s painting “Freedom from Fear," in this reprise the race of the mother and child are altered to convey the universal desire of parents to provide a safe environment for their children.

Title: Freedom from Fear: Reprise

Medium: oil on canvas

Size: 13 x 17

Year of Creation: 2017

This artwork is not for sale.

Chip Thomas

Chip Thomas is a photographer, public artist, activist and physician who has been living and working on the Navajo Nation between Monument Valley and the Grand Canyon since 1987. He also coordinates the Painted Desert Project, a project that brings artists from all over the world to the reservation to paint murals and to teach their process to local artists and students.

Photo Courtesy: Ben Moon

Photo Courtesy: Ben Moon

These prints speak directly to the ACLU’s mission to defend and preserve the individual rights and liberties guaranteed to every person in this country by the Constitution and laws of the United States.  Title Derumbando Mundo  Medium: Screenprint  Size: 19 x 25  Year of creation: 2017  Price $100.00  For sales inquiries, please contact dlutzick@yahoo.com with Winslow Arts Trust Museum

These prints speak directly to the ACLU’s mission to defend and preserve the individual rights and liberties guaranteed to every person in this country by the Constitution and laws of the United States.

Title Derumbando Mundo

Medium: Screenprint

Size: 19 x 25

Year of creation: 2017

Price $100.00

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Title: No to Racism  Medium: screenprint  Size: 19 x 25  Year of Creation: 2018  Price $100.00  For sales inquiries, please contact dlutzick@yahoo.com with Winslow Arts Trust Museum

Title: No to Racism

Medium: screenprint

Size: 19 x 25

Year of Creation: 2018

Price $100.00

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Title: Parezco Ilegal  Medium: Screenprint  Dimensions: 19 x 25  Year: 2019  Price: $100 Unframed  For sales inquiries, please contact dlutzick@yahoo.com with Winslow Arts Trust Museum

Title: Parezco Ilegal

Medium: Screenprint

Dimensions: 19 x 25

Year: 2019

Price: $100 Unframed

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Chris Vena

Chris Vena is an artist and educator with a national and international exhibition record spanning twenty years. In addition to painting, print, and photography, Vena has produced several video shorts related to political protests and the film “Little Donkeys.” 

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This work reflects the various pro-Trump/gun rights, and anti- immigrant/muslim/minority/liberal sentiments the artist documented at rallies leading up to the 2016 election.  Title: Saturday June 18th, Campaigns IV  Medium: oil on canvas  Size: 48 x 60  Year of Creation: 2017  Price $5,000  For sales inquiries, please contact dlutzick@yahoo.com with Winslow Arts Trust Museum

This work reflects the various pro-Trump/gun rights, and anti- immigrant/muslim/minority/liberal sentiments the artist documented at rallies leading up to the 2016 election.

Title: Saturday June 18th, Campaigns IV

Medium: oil on canvas

Size: 48 x 60

Year of Creation: 2017

Price $5,000

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Daniel Prendergast

Daniel Prendergast makes images attempting to reveal the hidden consciousness of statues and plants and the hidden conscience of humanity. He has worked in drawing, painting, or photography for most of his life and has worked with children in the public schools for half of his life. Mr. Prendergast is a long-time member of the ACLU. 

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Mrs. and Mrs. Stewkis is a candid portrait of a married, same-sex interracial couple enjoying their relaxed domesticity, viewed through a screen of spring time desert blooms. The ACLU has been at the forefront of the battle for both racial equality and marriage equality.  Title: Mrs. and Mrs. Stewkis  Medium: Chromogenic Print  Size: 20 x 20 framed  Year of Creation: 2018  Price $300  For sales inquiries, please contact dlutzick@yahoo.com with Winslow Arts Trust Museum

Mrs. and Mrs. Stewkis is a candid portrait of a married, same-sex interracial couple enjoying their relaxed domesticity, viewed through a screen of spring time desert blooms. The ACLU has been at the forefront of the battle for both racial equality and marriage equality.

Title: Mrs. and Mrs. Stewkis

Medium: Chromogenic Print

Size: 20 x 20 framed

Year of Creation: 2018

Price $300

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Broken Blossom presents a tableau ripe with potential differing interpretations regarding religious liberty, reproductive freedom, religious interference with reproductive freedom and the free speech issues that flow from all of the aforementioned. The ACLU has been a protector of each of these liberties from church and state interference and a voice in finding the balance at difficult intersections.  Title: Broken Blossom  Medium: Chromogenic Print  Size: 20 x 20 framed  Year of creation: 2018  Price $300  For sales inquiries, please contact  mbannon@herbergertheater.org

Broken Blossom presents a tableau ripe with potential differing interpretations regarding religious liberty, reproductive freedom, religious interference with reproductive freedom and the free speech issues that flow from all of the aforementioned. The ACLU has been a protector of each of these liberties from church and state interference and a voice in finding the balance at difficult intersections.

Title: Broken Blossom

Medium: Chromogenic Print

Size: 20 x 20 framed

Year of creation: 2018

Price $300

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Darrin Armijo-Wardle

Darrin Armijo-Wardle remixes iconic portraits for the purpose of exploring social, political, and economic issues.

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This piece was made in a moment when it was thought that progress was unstoppable. Today, we see that is not the case as rights are repealed and under attack.  Title: Conquista: Cox  Medium: Oil on canvas  Size: 30 x 40  Year of Creation: 2016  Price $1000  For sales inquiries, please contact dlutzick@yahoo.com with Winslow Arts Trust Museum

This piece was made in a moment when it was thought that progress was unstoppable. Today, we see that is not the case as rights are repealed and under attack.

Title: Conquista: Cox

Medium: Oil on canvas

Size: 30 x 40

Year of Creation: 2016

Price $1000

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Deborah McCullough

As a volunteer for the past fifteen years with Tucson Samaritans and No More Deaths, Deborah Mccullough has walked the desert south of Tucson looking to help people who are lost or left behind. Along those trails, she has found elements that speak to their humanity, their dreams, and expectations.

www.deborahmccullough.com

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The items in Time Stopped were found along migrant trails in the desert south of Arivaca, Arizona. When the artist finds shoes, she wonders how the traveler continued on. Swollen, blistered feet can cause someone to fall behind a group and be abandoned, and too often lead to death. When a Samaritan found the woman’s watch, McCullough thought about the endless hours of walking and endless fear of detection. Did she survive or did time stop for her?  Title: Time Stopped  Medium: found can, shoe, watch  Dimensions: 12 x 8  Year of Creation: 2018  This art is not for sale.

The items in Time Stopped were found along migrant trails in the desert south of Arivaca, Arizona. When the artist finds shoes, she wonders how the traveler continued on. Swollen, blistered feet can cause someone to fall behind a group and be abandoned, and too often lead to death. When a Samaritan found the woman’s watch, McCullough thought about the endless hours of walking and endless fear of detection. Did she survive or did time stop for her?

Title: Time Stopped

Medium: found can, shoe, watch

Dimensions: 12 x 8

Year of Creation: 2018

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Denis Gillingwater

Denis Gillingwater’s work resides in more than sixty public, private, museum, educational, and corporate collections and has spanned the globe in one-person and group exhibitions. Gillingwater is also a Professor Emeritus at Arizona State University.

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While attention has been given to clandestine surveillance and hacking, Gillingwater’s work deals with the “in your face” technology that monitors all aspects of our everyday lives. As the investigative journalist Robert O’Harrow Jr. said sixteen years ago, “The details about our lives are no longer our own. They belong to the companies that collect them and the governments that buy them or demand them in the name of keeping us safe.”  Title: Devices  Medium: Inkjet Digital Photography  Size: 12 x 12  Year of Creation: 2017  Price $475  For sales inquiries, please contact dlutzick@yahoo.com with Winslow Arts Trust Museum

While attention has been given to clandestine surveillance and hacking, Gillingwater’s work deals with the “in your face” technology that monitors all aspects of our everyday lives. As the investigative journalist Robert O’Harrow Jr. said sixteen years ago, “The details about our lives are no longer our own. They belong to the companies that collect them and the governments that buy them or demand them in the name of keeping us safe.”

Title: Devices

Medium: Inkjet Digital Photography

Size: 12 x 12

Year of Creation: 2017

Price $475

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Title: Machined  Medium: Inkjet Digital Photography  Size: 12 x 12  Year of Creation: 2017  Price $475  For sales inquiries, please contact dlutzick@yahoo.com with Winslow Arts Trust Museum

Title: Machined

Medium: Inkjet Digital Photography

Size: 12 x 12

Year of Creation: 2017

Price $475

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Title: Shaded Shadowed  Medium: Inkjet Digital Photography  Size: 12 x 12  Year of Creation: 2017  Price $475  For sales inquiries, please contact dlutzick@yahoo.com with Winslow Arts Trust Museum

Title: Shaded Shadowed

Medium: Inkjet Digital Photography

Size: 12 x 12

Year of Creation: 2017

Price $475

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Title: Traces Traced  Medium: Inkjet Digital Photography  Size: 12 x 12  Year of Creation: 2017  Price $475  For sales inquiries, please contact dlutzick@yahoo.com with Winslow Arts Trust Museum

Title: Traces Traced

Medium: Inkjet Digital Photography

Size: 12 x 12

Year of Creation: 2017

Price $475

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George Strasburger

George Strasburger began painting at age 12. He has a public studio in Tucson and has widely exhibited throughout the Southwest. Working mainly in oils, Strasburger is influenced strongly by neighbors and the landscape around him, with a focus on what unites us as aware people.

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The Chore is a metaphor for the task of living, often repetitive and mundane, yet immersed in a world of beauty and love. While painting this, the artist imagined an immigrant family starting a new peaceful life. When the family separation policy took effect, his mind went to this mother and child being torn apart.  Title: The Chore  Medium: Oil on Linen  Size: 36 x 24  Year of Creation: 2013  Price $3,200  For sales inquiries, please contact dlutzick@yahoo.com with Winslow Arts Trust Museum

The Chore is a metaphor for the task of living, often repetitive and mundane, yet immersed in a world of beauty and love. While painting this, the artist imagined an immigrant family starting a new peaceful life. When the family separation policy took effect, his mind went to this mother and child being torn apart.

Title: The Chore

Medium: Oil on Linen

Size: 36 x 24

Year of Creation: 2013

Price $3,200

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Jake Early

Jake Early began his printmaking career by building his own screenprinting press in his garage. He has been a professional artist for 25 years and hand-prints or handcrafts every piece in his home studio. His art reflects his love of place and investment in the community as well as social issues.

Photo Courtesy:Maureen Ryan Photography

Photo Courtesy:Maureen Ryan Photography

Photo Courtesy: Maureen Ryan Photography  This work is the artist’s reaction to a photo in the Oval Office of a group of old, white men congratulating each other on new legislation. Originally created as a series of postcards for a letter writing campaign and mural project, the images were adapted into “get out the vote” posters to coincide with the 2018 Women’s March.  Title: Cynthia/Manisha/Hana/Indigo  Medium: giclee  Size: 18 x 24  Year of Creation: 2017  Price $250 each  For sales inquiries, please contact  mbannon@herbergertheater.org

Photo Courtesy: Maureen Ryan Photography

This work is the artist’s reaction to a photo in the Oval Office of a group of old, white men congratulating each other on new legislation. Originally created as a series of postcards for a letter writing campaign and mural project, the images were adapted into “get out the vote” posters to coincide with the 2018 Women’s March.

Title: Cynthia/Manisha/Hana/Indigo

Medium: giclee

Size: 18 x 24

Year of Creation: 2017

Price $250 each

For sales inquiries, please contact mbannon@herbergertheater.org

Photo Courtesy: Maureen Ryan Photography

Photo Courtesy: Maureen Ryan Photography

Photo Courtesy: Maureen Ryan Photography

Photo Courtesy: Maureen Ryan Photography

Photo Courtesy: Maureen Ryan Photography

Photo Courtesy: Maureen Ryan Photography

Jenna Garcia

Jenna Garcia is an abstract figurative painter who launched her art business, She Collections, in 2015. The Phoenix native hopes to convey a message in her work to “embrace your emotions, and see the beauty in those emotions.”

www.she-collections.com

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“Love Wins” is a portrait of Jenna Garcia’s wife, Letty, in her wedding gown. As soon as it was legal, the couple wed in Hawaii on their ten-year anniversary with their family, and daughter, by their side. This painting is a celebration of equality and the most powerful emotion, love.  Title: Love Wins  Medium: Oil on Canvas  Size: 48 x 48  Year of Creation: 2018  This artwork is not for sale

“Love Wins” is a portrait of Jenna Garcia’s wife, Letty, in her wedding gown. As soon as it was legal, the couple wed in Hawaii on their ten-year anniversary with their family, and daughter, by their side. This painting is a celebration of equality and the most powerful emotion, love.

Title: Love Wins

Medium: Oil on Canvas

Size: 48 x 48

Year of Creation: 2018

This artwork is not for sale

Jennifer Eschedor

Jennifer Eschedor has been working as a mixed media artist for more than thirty years. She uses printmaking, fabric, and stitching to express her ideas. She is also an art instructor.

Photo Courtesy: Wilson Graham

Photo Courtesy: Wilson Graham

Photo Courtesy: Wilson Graham   Migrant Memorial  is an extension of the work Jennifer Eschedor has done for the Migrant Quilt Project. This organization has created quilts to record migrant deaths since 2000.  Title: Migrant Memorial  Medium: cotton fabric, ink and embroidery floss  Dimensions: 27 x 35  Year of Creation: 2018  Price $850  For sales inquiries, please contact dlutzick@yahoo.com with Winslow Arts Trust Museum

Photo Courtesy: Wilson Graham

Migrant Memorial is an extension of the work Jennifer Eschedor has done for the Migrant Quilt Project. This organization has created quilts to record migrant deaths since 2000.

Title: Migrant Memorial

Medium: cotton fabric, ink and embroidery floss

Dimensions: 27 x 35

Year of Creation: 2018

Price $850

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Joe Ray

Born in Sonora, Mexico, and raised on the Colorado River Indian Tribes Reservation in Arizona, Joe Ray’s work reflects a bi-cultural perspective. He is active with Xico Inc. and Tortuga Press & Studio.

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Sending good vibes is a simple, yet powerful gesture. It’s a start. The peace sign sends a message of peace. The hand gesture also indicates two. Two what? There are two of us. We are stronger together.  Title: Vibra Buena  Medium: Oil Monoprint on canvas  Size: 20” x 28”  Year of Creation: 2018  For sales inquiries, please contact dlutzick@yahoo.com with Winslow Arts Trust Museum

Sending good vibes is a simple, yet powerful gesture. It’s a start. The peace sign sends a message of peace. The hand gesture also indicates two. Two what? There are two of us. We are stronger together.

Title: Vibra Buena

Medium: Oil Monoprint on canvas

Size: 20” x 28”

Year of Creation: 2018

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John Thamm

John Thamm is an accomplished landscape and portrait painter. As a courtroom sketch artist, John covered high profile trials including Ruby Ridge, the Branch Davidian-Waco trial, and the Aryan Nation trial in Idaho. Thamm’s portrait of Gerry Spence is in the attorney’s private collection. Thamm is also a published author with two books: "VETS: 50 Portraits of 50 Veterans" and "The Presidential Collection.” He has a studio and gallery showcasing his work in Bisbee.

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This painting concerns the privatization of our prison system and its inherent corruption. In Thamm’s view, there are many on the inside that shouldn't be there and many on the outside who should be inside.  Title: Inside Looking Out  size: 12" x 24"  Medium: Oil  Year of creation: 2015  Price $1,500  For sales inquiries, please contact dlutzick@yahoo.com with Winslow Arts Trust Museum

This painting concerns the privatization of our prison system and its inherent corruption. In Thamm’s view, there are many on the inside that shouldn't be there and many on the outside who should be inside.

Title: Inside Looking Out

size: 12" x 24"

Medium: Oil

Year of creation: 2015

Price $1,500

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