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DeGrazia Gallery In the Sun, Tucson

Categories: Art Galleries, Shopping, Museums
Inspirock Rating:
4.7/5 based on 340+ reviews on the web
DeGrazia Gallery in the Sun is a 10-acre historic retreat designed and built by Arizona artist Ted DeGrazia. It is home to a colorful array of DeGrazia originals, including oil paintings, watercolors, ceramics and sculptures. Opens 10 a.m.-4 p.m. daily; free admission.
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  • Always like going here. Just about every out of town visitors we have had, we take through this gallery. Everyone so far has loved it. Some people think the art is kitschy and you do have to have a ta...  read more »
  • I have visited DeGrazia gallery many times over th years. When Mr. DeGrazia was alive in my early years living in Tucson I would stop by to visit and chat with him. He was friendly and remembered you ...  read more »
  • Though best known for his paintings, DeGrazia was a true multi-media artist. The architectural details of Gallery in the Sun dwarf the two-dimensional paintings that adorn the interior. If you're movi...  read more »
  • I am happy to relate one of the most memorable experiences of my life. My name is Mary Matthews . In the summer of 1963, a friend took me to the De Grazio' Studio. When I stepped inside, all of a sudden I could not move nor speak. My friend noticed and took my hand and led me around until I regained my own senses. It was a truly mystical experience that was deepened out back going to the little Chapel Mr. De Grazia built with the Indians. They had decorated the path and inside the chapel with bright flowers and other salutes to this sacred spot. I will never forget the joy of this life changing experience.
  • I think theres a pokemon go gym here
  • Lovely gallery and fantastic arts!
  • Not worth the $8 admission fee. Just walk around the grounds and look at the paintings in the gift shop for a fee free experience nearly as good as wandering the museum.
  • Every time I feel lost in Tucson, I visit this beautiful place
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