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Joe Pagac's 4,000 square-foot bicycle mural on the side of Epic Rides at Stone Avenue and 6th Street.

Tucson artist Joe Pagac, known for a series of murals throughout Tucson, will begin work on a 200-foot mural at Amphitheater Middle School on Nov. 6 as part of the district's "Growing Healthy Futures Fair," which will include a COVID shot clinic. Read more»

Breeze Marcus and collaborator Miles 'El Mac' MacGregor say a great deal of  intentionality  went into the 45-foot painting, from color to lines to texture.

Downtown Phoenix is home to thousands of people, including one new resident who’s 45 feet tall and very hard to miss. The black-and-white mural is a portrait of a real girl from the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community. Read more»

The artist with her mural 'Creation Stories' in Downtown Tucson

Tucson visual artist and performer To-Ree-Nee-Wolf unveils her debut CD, "A Wolf By Any Other Name." Read more»

Joe Pagac at work on a mural in Phoenix.

Mother and daughter Joan O'Dwyer and Whitney Morton converse about local muralist Joe Pagac, whose current commissions include the Rialto Theatre's west wall and an upcoming mural at Bookmans. Read more» 2