The Arizona Capitol Museum (AZCM) is pleased to present the artwork of Patsy 'Skyline' Lowry in this special exhibit "Arizona Spirits".
Featuring 22 new and recent works in acrylic, these works present Patsy's vision of Arizona, "Since nature often defies description and understanding, I continually try to capture some of its power, magic, and mystery. My focus is on resolving and enhancing the relationship of one color to another."
Patsy Lowry is a nationally known artist whose paintings and bronzes have been exhibited in museums and galleries for almost four decades. She received her Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts degrees from Arizona State University, and also attended the University of Madrid. Patsy supports the arts community through her presence and philanthropic contributions. She possesses the intangibles that make the Arizona arts community special. Patsy continues to work with arts organizations and the community as an ambassador to share Arizona's culture and enrich the lives of all Arizonans.
This exhibit is presented in conjunction with State Senator Senator Catherine Miranda's office, and artist Jim Covarrubias.
The exhibition is on the first floor of the AZCM and will be on display from Wednesday, January 18th, until Saturday, March 18th.
The AZCM is free to visit Monday through Friday 9am-4pm, and Saturday (September-May) 10am-2pm. Parking at Wesley Bolin Plaza is also free*.
General museum information is also available by calling 602-926-3620.
*If Wesley Bolin parking is unavailable on Saturdays, alternate parking can be found at Monroe and 17th Ave, behind the State Agriculture building, for Arizona Capitol Museum visitors.