SAT 10/5 – SUN 10/13
Join the Tucson Historic Preservation Foundation and the Old Fort Lowell Neighborhood Association for an exhibition of the works of prominent Tucson modernist painter Bob Brisley.
Originally from Los Angeles, Brisley was raised in Arizona and graduated from Douglas High School. In 1948 he attended the Dale Nicholas School of Art in Tubac with Hal Empie, Al Romo, and other noted young Arizona artists. He later attended the Cleveland Art Institute where he earned the “Raint Scholarship” to study art in Europe, notably France and Spain. Upon his return to the United States, he moved back to Arizona settling in the Old Fort Lowell neighborhood and continued his distinguished career as a painter.
His works can be found at the Cleveland Museum of Art as well as many private collections. He had a one man show at the Phoenix Museum of Art, and was represented in galleries in Cleveland, New York City, and California.
This exhibit offers a rare opportunity to acquire works from Brisley's personal archives, with proceeds supporting the Old Fort Lowell Neighborhood Association.
Thursday - Saturday: 9:00AM - 6:00PM
Sunday: 9:00AM - 3:00PM