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Birds, Blooms and Bugs
Through May 28, 2014
Entry wall and pre-security
*Exhibition also in Terminal 3
With an abundance of feathered creatures, colorful flowers and intriguing insects, the world is alive with inspiration for artists. This exhibition features a diversity of artwork by 63 Arizona artists from 22 cities around the state.
Artists have taken various approaches using a variety of media to depict realistic and specific or imaginary and fanciful representations of Birds, Blooms and Bugs. Some have captured their subject with photography spending many hours waiting for the exact moment, lighting and composition. Others have scientific interests, enjoying birding and entomology. While all like the pure aesthetics of nature and have fun interpreting it through art.
Whether real or imagined, drawn, painted, sculpted or photographed, the artwork in this exhibition provides an intimate look at the natural world from the artist’s perspective.
Gregory Cranwell, Barrel Cactus Blossom, 2013, photograph, 40 x 30”
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Jeff Smith, Buzz, 2005, photograph, 13 x 19”