Established in 1974, Joan Cawley Gallery has been a mainstay in the fine arts community for over three decades. Over 30 diverse media artists, from world-renowned to emerging, continue the gallery’s legacy of contemporary Southwestern imagery. Indicative of the region, the gallery is filled with an intoxicating combination of cactus blooms, desert wildlife, western nostalgia and Native American tradition. We carry the playful art of children’s book author/illustrator Jean Ekman Adams, intricate turned wood pieces by Jim Adkins, bold contemporary landscapes by Patrick Coffaro, unique oil washes featuring Anasazi architecture by Albert Dreher, oil paintings of Native American artifacts by Judy Durr, figurative southwestern themed bronzes by Felicia, life like bronze animals by Carol Ruff Franza, Native American horse and rider watercolors by Carol Grigg, fun creative ceramic animals, kachinas and totems by Molly Heizer, serene southwestern landscapes by Martha Kennedy, vibrant floral blooms by David Manje, one of kind mixed media creations by Philonese, the always creative work of master gourd artist Robert Rivera, whimsical mixed media work of Mexican native Francisco Romero, stunning photography by Stephen Rostler, uniquely Southwestern landscapes by Adin Shade, contemporary cowboy imagery by Michael Swearngin, Mexican folk art inspired work of Rufino Tamayo, colorful palette knife landscapes by Kathryn Willis, familiar family scenes and landscapes by Arizona native Frank Ybarra and figurative pastels and lithographs of Mexican peasants by Francisco Zuniga. Our knowledgeable staff welcomes you to explore the gallery’s many rotating exhibits of art that is affordable, culturally relevant and elegant.