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De Grazia Gallery in the Sun features paintings, bronzes and ceramics by nationally known artist Ted De Grazia. His paintings were inspired by the Native Americans and the beauty he saw in Arizona, a land he dearly loved. Next to the gallery is the Mission in the Sun, an open-air chapel De Grazia built and decorated with frescoes.

The Gallery is open daily from 10:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. The Gallery is closed on Easter, Thanksgiving and Christmas. Donations are gladly accepted.

Location: 6300 North Swan Rd, Tucson Arizona 85718 Telephone 520-299-9191

Other Art nearby:
(Tucson) 911 Sculpture
(Dragoon) Amerind Foundation Museum
(Tucson) Arte Spazio Gallery
(Tucson) De Grazia Gallery in the Sun
(Tucson) Desert Players Theatre
(Tucson) Dinnerware Art Gallery

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