Monday-Friday, 11 a.m.-4 p.m.
Saturday, 12p.m.-4 p.m.
Toscana Studio and Gallery is a small working art studio nestled in the foothills of the breathtaking Pusch Ridge Mountains, specializing in sculpture and three-dimensional art. On the east side of Oracle Road north of Hardy, at the foot of Pusch Ridge.
Toscana Studio and Gallery
It is operated by Linda Ahearn, a local artist in Tucson. The Gallery is a beautiful, colorful, yet cozy space where professional local artists hang their work.
All types of art can be seen at Toscana, from representational, figurative, portraiture, landscapes, as well as abstract in both sculpture and two-dimensional art. All media, such as oil and acrylic paintings, watercolors, drawings and pastels, mixed media, and bronze, bas relief, clay, and plaster sculpture is represented. The work changes frequently to offer viewers newness each time they visit.
The Studio is a bustling working art space where many classes are taught for both children and adults in many disciplines. Clay sculpture classes, mold making, oil and acrylic painting, mixed media instruction, and live model sessions are just a few of the many offerings.
Inspired by the setting and art? Eager to create art yourself, but are not sure where to begin? Toscana is a working art studio. We hold workshops and on-going classes in our studio rooms for artists at any level, and for any age starting from 6. Classes are six weeks in duration, and are continuing, so a student may join a class at any time.
Art classes for school-age students coordinate with the Amphitheater School District calendar. During Spring and Fall breaks from school, Toscana often holds Art Camps. Summer break from school always means Art Camp sessions.
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Toscana Studio and Gallery is a small working art studio nestled in the foothills of the breathtaking Pusch Ridge Mountains, specializing in sculpture and three-dimensional art.
On the east side of Oracle Road north of Hardy, at the foot of Pusch Ridge.