Throwdown today benefits Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona.
If you're at a loss for ways to keep yourself entertained in the coming months, you won't be able to blame the Southern Arizona Arts & Cultural Alliance.
Linda Beach's 1948 Chevy pickup caught the eye of Dave Kluis, right, during the 5th Annual Oro Valley Classics Car Show BBQ & Blues Music Festival at Oro Valley Marketplace Saturday. Hundreds of people wandered among hundreds of antique, classic cars and trucks. Four bands entertained. S…
Tucson veteran guitarist Brian Dean and the Brian Dean Trio were among the bands that got toes tapping during the Annual Oro Valley Classics Car Show BBQ & Blues Music Festival at Oro Valley Marketplace.
Pink fuzzy dice are the perfect complement to a vintage Chevrolet car radio, shown during the Oro Valley car show.
Sophia Robertson, 6, offers up her artistic analysis of some artwork to mom Jamie Robertson.
Alice Barnhart, 91, browses through the stained-glass work at the Wild Goose Glass booth.
Pam Wood debates adding another gourd to her collection at the booth of Steve Schneck.
Students in Oro Valley's Summer Youth Art Project 2012 work on "Path of Dreams (Paseo de los Sueños)."
This horse head made from a discarded bike seat serves as a horse tie-up.
"Paseo de los Sueños (Path of Dreams)" is at the southwest corner of West Hardy Road and North Northern Avenue.
The public art piece is dedicated to the equestrian, pedestrian and bicycle lifestyle of area residents.
The students involved in Oro Valley's Summer Youth Art Project 2012 had to dream big in order to create the town's latest public installation.
It was all about autos Saturday at Oro Valley Marketplace, which
hosted the fourth annual Classic Car Show, BBQ & Blues Family
Todd Garelick pauses in front of Joe Buglewicz's photography
display at La Encantada during the Four Corners Festival.
Buglewicz, who lives in Tucson, has been "photographing everywhere
from Tucson to Tanzania" for 60 years and showing the photography
for eight, he said. The event was Saturd…
Artist Brent Nageli of Tubac paints a replica of an 1860s Acoma
pot as he gives a demonstration in front of the Jane Hamilton Fine
Art gallery. Although he is colorblind, Nageli uses a coloring
technique that enables him to paint in spite of his condition.