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Etherton Gallery, Tucson

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Etherton Gallery specializes in 20th century and contemporary fine art photography, and features top regional artists working in all media. We are a commercial fine art gallery and admission is free. We present 5 exhibitions a year at Etherton Gallery and

Etherton Gallery is a member of AIPAD, the Association of International Photography Art Dealers, and attends several photography and fine art fairs annually around the country. Terry Etherton is an accredited member of the American Society of Appraisers and is available for photography appraisals and consultations. Please inquire regarding appointments, appraisals, and about holding your event in our gallery space after hours!
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  • If you love photography, the Etherton Gallery is a gem not to be missed when visiting Tucson. We have visited multiple times over the years, and have hit on some fantastic exhibitions. The staff, and....  more »
  • Their exhibits of course change so you might want to check their website before you go to ensure you are interested in what is currently showing but in general it is really high caliber stuff so you.....  more »
  • The photography by Jack Dykinga is a treat for the senses. A must see.
  • tl;dr completely inaccessible. otherwise amazing I went on 10 May 2019 and had an amazing time. The staff was friendly, the pieces were fantastic, and I had an overall good time. However. It is completely inaccessible. It is on the second floor, and the only way to access it is by traversing the two flight set of stairs. I went looking for info on accessibility there once I left and only found a single mention of inaccessibility, and it was in a newspaper article. Not that it was a surprise, as all my fellow disableds warned me that galleries are pretty much always inaccessible, but it sure would be nice if it was on their website.

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