Later this month, Tucson's Gallery in the Sun will launch two new exhibitions that highlight the work of iconic artist and Arizona Highways contributor Ted DeGrazia.
DeGrazia’s Sombreros traces more than 50 years of the evolving symbolism and abstraction of the traditional Mexican sombrero in DeGrazia's artwork, while the desert Southwest's American Indian ceremonial dancers are featured in DeGrazia’s Native Dancers, a new selection of paintings.
Both exhibitions open on January 28 at the Gallery in the Sun Museum and will run through through August 31.
The Gallery, which was also DeGrazia's longtime home, is located at 6300 N. Swan Road inTucson. Its admission fees are $8 for adults and $5 for ages 12 to 18. Children 12 and under are free. For more information, visit degrazia.org.