Established in 1981, Etherton Gallery specializes in vintage and contemporary fine art photography, paintings, prints, sculpture, and mixed-media works by local and regional artists. Cited as “one of Tucson’s early and most enduring contemporary art spaces,” the gallery has been voted “Best Gallery” in Tucson for twelve years running. As one of the Southwest’s premier galleries, its inventory incorporates museum quality works including turn-of-the-century western American ethnographic and landscape photographs.
Mixing contemporary imagery with vintage classical and digital technologies, the history of photography is always evident in the gallery’s holdings. Located in Tucson’s historic Downtown in the landmark Oddfellows Hall, built in 1914, the gallery’s spacious environs house such modernist photography notables as Danny Lyon, Paul Caponigro, Harry Callahan, Aaron Siskind, Ansel Adams, Mark Klett, Kate Breakey, Graciela Iturbide, Joel-Peter Witkin, and many other photographers of national and international note.
Etherton Gallery also exhibits artists from Tucson and the surrounding region. Ranging from the luminous abstractions of Nancy Tokar Miller to Bailey Doogan’s experiential and time laden investigations of the female body, the gallery represents and exhibits many of the areas best-known artists, including James G. Davis, Gail Marcus-Orlen, Jim Waid, Luis Jimenez and Daniel Martin Diaz among others.
In the interest of advancing and supporting community artists, Etherton Gallery began managing the Temple Gallery in 1990, where an average of six exhibits a year feature the work of significant Tucson artists working in a variety of media. Upstairs at the Temple of Music and Art, the Temple Gallery adds to the performing arts an enlightening mix of visual styles and an array of subject matter. Home of the Arizona Theater Company, the Temple of Music and Art is located at 330 S. Scott Avenue.
Etherton Gallery is a member of AIPAD. Terry Etherton is an accredited member of the American Society of Appraisers. He is available for appraisals, absence bidding for clients, and collections consultation for new collectors and corporations.
For further information contact Etherton Gallery at 520-624-7370.