A laughing cow is one of a series of cows painted by Earl Wettstein.
Wettstein's work includes this woodblock print of DeGrazia's chapel.
Tucson artist Pam Davidson prepares a display area for her work. She and Earl Wettstein had hoped to share the exhibit experience together, but Wettstein died Jan. 9. Now, friends and family plan to be present during the show's run.
Gillain Wettstein, left, and sister Lisa hang a recent Earl Wettstein woodblock print.
Gillian Wettstein and husband Peter Krawczak hang a Wettstein work at the gallery.
Lisa Wettstein chooses from among several pieces by Earl Wettstein, whose work will be on display along with art by Pam Davidson, at the Little Gallery at DeGrazia Gallery in the Sun.
Gillian Wettstein, left, and sister Lisa hang an Earl Wettstein woodblock print - one piece in their late father's exhibit at DeGrazia Gallery in the Sun. Earl Wettstein, 81, died recently, before he could see the show open.
During preparations for the exhibit, Lisa Wettstein chooses from among pieces by her late father, Earl. Friends and family are helping at the gallery every day to meet with visitors.
After Earl Wettstein died three weeks ago, his friends were certain of one thing: His show must go on.
Artist Earl Wettstein looks over his choice of colors for one of his paintings while working in his studio at his home.
Tucson ad man and artist Earl Wettstein died Wednesday at the age of 81.