Current Exhibition - "Natural Influences", featuring ceramic sculpture by Tom Kerrigan and Jose Sierra, and fiber art and paintings by Jane Herrick.
Exhibition dates are January 18, 2014 through March 2, 2014, with the Artists' Reception on Saturday, February 1st, from 6PM to 9PM.
Obsidian Gallery presents both fine contemporary art and craft in its new Downtown Tucson location. After 25 years near the Foothills, we have relocated the gallery into the Historic Depot (train station) on Toole Avenue, on the northeast edge of the growing and revitalizing downtown scene. We have joined the Central Tucson Gallery Association and are part of the art gallery system that features regular art walks and concurrent art exhibitions. While the traditional craft media of fiber, metal, glass and wood are all represented, there is now a strong emphasis on clay sculpture, with contemporary paintings and works in mixed media complementing the exhibitions. And Obsidian is still a must-see destination for collectors of innovative studio art jewelry.
Obsidian Gallery's new location has the character of a "big city" gallery. The restored Depot building provides a wonderful venue for showcasing art and craft of the highest quality. Artists from Tucson as well as all over the U.S. are represented. Several exhibitions are shown each year along with works by artists who are represented year-round.
Artists wishing to be considered for representation should first submit images of their work, an artist statement, and biographical information via email. We will respond if we wish to extend an offer to show at Obsidian Gallery.