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February 2020

This artistic trio bridge the gap between street art and fine art.

Tucson Museum of Art celebrates the life and work of gallery owner Elaine Horwitch.

Open to academics and the public alike, Tucson’s renowned Center for Creative Photography houses some of the world’s most iconic images.

Learn what to plant this month, get maintenance advice and troubleshoot your gardening challenges with an expert.

The Four Peaks Amethyst Mine uncovers glimmering crystals in the mountains just north of Phoenix.

Cartoonist Gary Hovland continues to dream up whimsical artwork for our magazine and many others.

A creative couple collects authentic and celebrated furnishings from the post-war era.

Native plants get another lease on life after being salvaged and repurposed.

Maximalism meets Mother Nature in the horticulturally inspired home of a local artist.

An unexpected accent color enlivens a stylish yet livable abode.

An architectural masterpiece designed for avid collectors serves as the backdrop for a world-class display of contemporary art.

February 2020 sources

A garden renovation recalls the romantic beauty and rich history of a Valley landmark.

Art and Artists, February 2020 Editor's Letter

Rescued from neglect, a 1920s gem awakens in central Phoenix.

Traditional Southwestern architecture updated for a contemporary couple serves as the perfect foil for an unconventional art collection.

Artist and gallery owners alike agree that the No. 1 reason to buy a piece of art is because it moves you.

Tucson Marketplace February 2020 Special Advertising Section.