Tucson Desert Art Museum - Exhibit Guide

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I wrote, narrated, selected music and edited this music guide to a 2019 art exhibit that I curated at the museum.

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Middle Aged (35-54)


North American (General) North American (US General American - GenAM)


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The Tucson Desert Art Museum welcomes you to play near Pioneer. This special exhibit of 46 desert landscapes by F. E. Anderson smith marks the first time in over 75 years that E. A. Smith's paintings have been presented in Tucson, the city which hosted the artist's first major exhibits over a century ago. This retrospective exhibit also honors the artists 150th birthday anniversary and is the largest display of F. E. Anderson smith paintings ever seen in one place, ranging from her earliest surviving canvas from 18 84 from her youthful years in Arkansas, through to her last known works from the late 19 forties when the artist celebrated her 80th birthday here in Southern Arizona, as you enter the choco room, look to your left for two of fe's most iconic works views of the Grand Canyon from trailheads along the south rim, both painted in the 19 twenties. The first scene we encounter is a view from the head of Bright Angel Trail, painted in 1928. Given how the light falls upon and illuminates the rock formations, It was probably painted not long after sunrise