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    Casitas de Gila Guesthouses and Art Gallery
    Casitas de Gila – Little Houses of Gila – is a cluster of five cozy southwestern adobe-style guesthouses, four miles outside of the tiny community of Gila (HEE-la) in Southwestern New Mexico. Nestled among juniper and piñon pines, on an ancient river terrace overlooking Bear Creek, our Casitas occupy lands that were once favorite hunting grounds of Apaches only 130 years ago.
    br>The Art Gallery at Casitas de Gila Guesthouses is open every day for guests staying at the Casitas. For visitors who live in Silver City and the surrounding area or who are traveling through Grant County, just call ahead so we will be expecting your visit.

    A Stress-Free Zone on 265 acres, not too far from Silver City, in Southwest New Mexico. Five beautiful Guesthouses, an Art Gallery, and a Nature Preserve with 11 hiking trails covering over 6 miles, all overlooking the Gila National Forest and Gila Wilderness. Beautiful dark skies, incredible quiet, fabulous scenery.
    Etherton Gallery
    Etherton Gallery specializes in 20th century and contemporary fine photography, and features top regional artists working in all media. Admission is free.

    Founded in 1981, Etherton Gallery specializes in 19th, 20th Century and Contemporary Fine Art Photography. The gallery is known for its extensive inventory of photography and its museum quality exhibitions, featuring the work of photographers ranging from Timothy O’Sullivan and Edward Curtis, to Harry Callahan, Danny Lyon, Ralph Gibson, Frederick Sommer and many others. Ranging from vintage albumen landscape prints to classic black and white gelatin silver photographs and new color processes, the history of photography is always evident in the gallery’s holdings.

    Etherton Gallery is a member of AIPAD, The Association of International Photography Art Dealers. Terry Etherton is an accredited member of the American Society of Appraisers, and is available for appraisals, absentee bidding for clients, and collections consultation for new collectors and corporations. The gallery regularly exhibits at internationally renowned art fairs such as The AIPAD Photography Show New York, Classic Photographs Los Angeles, Paris Photo LA and Art Basel Miami.
    We have been in business for more than 32 years, featuring local artists and artisans.
    Tree Spirit Gallery
    Gallery of fine art, sculpture, photography (all sizes, framed and unframed) cards, weaving and occasional pieces of Hopi arts and crafts.

    Our gallery is in the historic district of Silver City, NM. The building was built by Peter Wagner in 1884 for commercial use. The outside is the original facade along with the tin ceiling.
    Tubac Center of the Arts
    Tubac Center of the Arts offers changing nationally juried art exhibitions, opportunities for artists to exhibit their work, art workshops, lectures, a performing arts series, special events, and a children’s summer arts program.

    Tubac Center of the Arts is the core of Tubac’s artistic heritage and identity. We pursue excellence in serving as a venue for artistic expression, appreciation and learning for those who create and enjoy art in southern Arizona.

    Why is Tubac known as the place “where Art and History meet?” To find out, your visit to Tubac must include the Tubac Center of the Arts – preferably as the first stop. You will see highly acclaimed art both from artists in the Santa Cruz Valley as well as artists throughout the U.S. Check the Exhibit Schedule to view the featured exhibitions on display. You will marvel at the exclusive Master Artist Gallery as you view works by the artists that made Tubac famous and learn what brought them to Tubac. The Tubac Center of the Arts is the center of the art scene in Tubac – it is the long-standing heart of the artist community here.

    After viewing our outstanding art exhibitions, you will want to shop at our Gift Shop Gallery filled with jewelry, pottery, books, cards, and prints. Admission to the galleries is free thanks to the support of artists and other members plus our many volunteers.

    If you are spending the evening in Tubac, check to see if there is an Event that coincides with your trip. Have you been to Tubac Center of the Arts on a previous visit to Tubac? If so, be sure to come again on this visit because our exhibitions are constantly changing and so is the merchandise in our gift shop.
    Tucson Botanical Gardens
    Located on the site of the historic Porter property, Reader’s Digest named Tucson Botanical Gardens as the BEST Secret Garden in America. Among mature trees and expertly cultivated foliage, specialty gardens such as the Cactus & Succulent Garden, Barrio Garden and Herb Garden highlight the diversity of native plants while offering a lush oasis in the heart of Tucson. Tropical butterflies from around the world are featured in the Cox Butterfly & Orchid Pavilion Oct.–May. Experience year-round tours, community events, classes, and art exhibits, as well as the creative, seasonal menu of Café Botanica. Now celebrating 40 years of living beauty, The Tucson Botanical Gardens is a unique gem not to be missed.

    Tucked away in mid-town Tucson, the Tucson Botanical Gardens is a 5.5 acre oasis of natural beauty, inspiration and desert education.

    Cafe & Catering Café Botanica is run by long time Tucson caterer and Gallery of Food owner, Kristine Jensen. The menu is inspired by the culinary traditions of the Sonoran desert and high-desert of Northern New Mexico. Kristine and her team are committed to using local, sustainable ingredients and gleaning from the Gardens when possible. All of the dishes served at Café Botanica are home-made from scratch, and prepared with love and imagination.

    Make sure to check the website for events and exhibitions.

    The Tucson Botanical Gardens promotes responsible and appropriate use of plants and water in a desert environment through education and demonstration and provides a place of beauty and tranquility for Tucson residents and visitors.

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