Medicine Man Gallery
(520) 722-7798 6872 E. Sunrise Dr. Ste 150, Tucson, AZ 85750 M-Sa 10am-5pm, Su 1pm-4pm
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Antique Indian Art, Early American Western Art, Contemporary Western Art. Mark Sublette Medicine Man Gallery Tucson specializes in the lifework of Maynard Dixon, San Ildefonso potter Maria Martinez, and works by the Taos Society of Artists. The gallery has an exceptional array of Native American antiques, to include Navajo rugs and blankets, pueblo pottery, baskets, Hopi and Zuni kachinas, old pawn, contemporary jewelry, and beadwork. We have one of the largest inventories of Native American art for sale in the country. We also exhibit works by the Southwest's most acclaimed contemporary painters and sculptors. Featured members of the Cowboy Artists of America include Fred Fellows, and John Coleman . Nationally acclaimed painters include Ed Mell, Howard Post, Shonto Begay, Josh Elliott, Glenn Dean, Billy Schenck, Logan Hagege , Ray Roberts, Peggi Kroll, Francis Livingston, Sue Rother and Dennis Ziemienski. Sculptors include Veryl Goodnight NSS, Susan Kliewer, Deborah Copenhaver-Fellows NSS, Star Liana York, Shirley Thompson Smith and Richard Loffler. The gallery also features historic photographs by Edward S. Curtis, William Henry Jackson, and William Marion Pennington. Mark Sublette Medicine Man Gallery also houses the Maynard Dixon Museum. “The Museum has tried to capture the essence of Dixon, the artist as well as the individual, through not only his artwork but through his letters and poetry.” Sublette’s Maynard Dixon Museum, the only museum dedicated to the lifework of Maynard Dixon, has succeeded in that goal. Over a hundred pieces of artwork including paintings, drawings, and original Maynard Dixon ephemera can be seen at the Museum. The Maynard Dixon Museum, located within Medicine Man Gallery, is a treasure trove for those who love Dixon. Dixon’s original easel resides in the museum. Many artists have made the pilgrimage just to see his easel with its copious drips of blue paint. Dixon’s easel, with its Pollock like surface, succinctly captures a f...
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