The Herberger Theater was approached by the company that runs the Arizona Center to activate one of the empty spaces. The gallery was created as a way to feature the work of Arizona artists and attract visitors, downtown workers and students.
The City of Glendale asked if we would be interested and we said yes! Glendale was one of the sponsors.
In the over 31 years since Habitat for Humanity Central Arizona’s inception, it has built more than 1,100 homes and served more than 2,100 families. The Christian nonprofit builds homes for low-income residents throughout the Valley, including Surprise, Peoria, Glendale and Phoenix.
Below are the four families and the artwork we provided.
The Camacho Family and the artwork we selected for their new home.
Eyes Of The Red Fox by A O Tucker
The Martinez Family and the artwork we selected for their new home.
Tag You Are It by Connie Tucker
The Legas-Mezgebu Family and the artwork we selected for their new home.
Purity by A O Tucker
The Nay Family and the artwork we selected for their new home.
Nature Nurtures Us – A Tucker-Tucker Photography Exhibit showing the visual benefits of our natural world. A display of hummingbirds, sunsets, streams, forests and more that reduces the stress and mental fatigue of our everyday modern life. Nature, well-being without side effects.
What Is Over There – Connie Tucker
The Road Less Traveled – A O Tucker
The public is invited to enjoy light refreshments from 4 to 9 p.m. on Friday, June 17.
6 to 9 p.m., Thursdays (closed July 7 & 14) and 4 to 9 p.m., Fridays & Saturdays from June 3-July 30. The gallery will also be open during the Westgate Independence Day celebrations from 5 to 9 p.m. on Sunday, July 3.
The Tucker Tucker Dual Solo Exhibit will be on display at the Herberger from May 6th to May 31th 2016. We will be showcasing over 40 pieces of our artwork during the exhibit. Matted artwork will also be available. A 3rd Friday Artist Reception has been added, and is open to the public this Friday, May 20, 2016 from 5:30 – 8:00 pm. The Herberger Theater Art Gallery is located at 222 E Monroe Street, Phoenix, AZ 85004. Parking is available for $6 at the Arizona Center (Fillmore and 5th Street). Purchase validation at the Herberger Theater Box Office the evening of the opening. There will be live music by guitarist Bill Sheldon from 6:00 – 7:30 pm. For a preview of the exhibit, click here.
The Herberger Theater
The Herberger Theater was built in 1989 to support and foster the growth of performing arts in Phoenix as a performance venue and arts incubator. Each year, approximately 120,000 patrons, including 30,000 school-aged children share the unique experience of live performing arts.
Win “Bird On A Rock Art” on a 20 x 30 canvas! The image is from the Saguaro National Park near Tucson Arizona. Tickets are $5 or five for $20. Winner drawn on June 1st. Click here to purchase tickets. Proceeds benefit Theater Camp, a program that heals young lives through the arts. Canvas donated by Vivyx Printing in Tempe.
Posted on: February 16, 2016: Post written by: archieotucker
Tale Of Two Cathedrals – Granada Nicaragua
During our opening reception last Friday at the University Club Phoenix I was asked to share something about one of the pieces of artwork that was on display. I decided to go with the image displayed below, “La Merced Rising Above The Rooftops”, but after getting started with my reply, I realized the image I needed to help explain the backstory wasn’t on display. The main point of my story was that the photo of each of the two cathedrals was the view from the other. After the reception and thinking more about it, I thought the story would make a good post. At the same time I hoped it would help make up for the story I gave at the reception. 🙂
The photos in this post are from our last trip to Nicaragua, which was last year. This was our first trip to Granada. Granada is located on the shores of Lake Nicaragua, the largest lake in Central America.
Cathedral La Merced
The photo below was captured from the front balcony of the Cathedral De Granada located on the Parque Central. The church was originally built in 1534 and is only a couple of blocks away from the Cathedral De Granada.
Map Of Granada
Below is a map of Granada showing the location of the two cathedrals.
Cathedral De Granada
Below is an image of the Cathedral De Granada, this was the photo that wasn’t on display at the University Club. The Cathedral was originally build in 1583, was destroyed in the 19th century, and rebuild in the early 20th century. The view from the La Merced Church shows Lake Nicaragua in the background.
View Inside Cathedral De Granada
This is a view from the balcony inside the cathedral.
Room With A View
This is the view of the Cathedral De Granada from our room at the Hotel La Gran Francia.
This is the breakfast courtyard for our hotel. If you look close you may see someone you may know. 🙂
Tucker Tucker Dual Solo Show
The Tucker Tucker Dual Solo Show will be on display at the University Club Phoenix from January 19th to March 4th 2016. The University Club Phoenix is located at 39 E Monte Vista Road, Phoenix, AZ 85004. Hours are limited, so please call 602-254-5408 for hours.
Posted on: February 11, 2016: Post written by: archieotucker
Tucker Tucker Dual Solo Show – University Club Phoenix
We are excited to have our artwork decorate the elegant and charming University Club Phoenix!
The Tucker Tucker Dual Solo Show will be on display at the University Club Phoenix from January 19th to March 4th 2016. We will be showcasing 30 pieces of our artwork during the exhibit. Matted artwork will also be available during the reception. The Artist Reception is open to the public and is on Friday, February 12, 2016 from 5:30 – 7:30 pm. Please RSVP to The University Club Phoenix, 39 E Monte Vista Road, Phoenix, AZ 85004, firstname.lastname@example.org, 602-254-5408.
Last year in conjunction with the Herberger Theater we co-curated the Candid Photography Exhibit at the club, and we are happy to be back!
University Club Phoenix
Formerly a private residence, University Club of Phoenix has maintained the beauty of a vintage 1920’s home, while adapting the structure to meet the changing needs of our members and guests. The University Club exists in unique harmony with its surroundings, providing state-of-the-art amenities amidst the grandness of luxury living from an earlier era.
Our venue is both a beautiful and convenient setting for all varieties of catered events or special private functions. The club is available for breakfast meetings, luncheon programs, private dinners, weddings, seminars and even holiday parties.
University Club of Phoenix Foundation
The University Club of Phoenix Foundation, in alignment with our mission statement, provides a young artist scholarship program. The purpose of the scholarship program is to encourage the pursuit of arts education and provides a showcase for their work to further their career. If you would like to donate to the Foundation, please contact Jan F. Haase at (602) 254-5408.