Wilde Meyer Gallery Art Moving to Tucson’s Plaza Colonial

Upscale art gallery brings contemporary fine art to the SW Corner of Campbell and Skyline Drive.TUCSON, AZ – 10-13-2017 (Press Release Jet) — Wilde Meyer Gallery is moving to Plaza Colonial this fall. Wilde Meyer Gallery in Tucson joins the upscale shopping and art center, bringing changing exhibits of Original Contemporary Fine Art with subjects including abstracts, landscapes, figurative, and contemporary western.

The beautiful landscape and eclectic mix of fine galleries, stores and restaurants attracted Wilde Meyer Gallery to move locations. With approximately 3,700 square feet at Plaza Colonial, Wilde Meyer Gallery will have more display room for their fine art.  More than wall space for paintings, the new gallery will have ample floor space for sculpture, Asian antiques, handcrafted furniture and art to wear.

“Plaza Colonial will be a destination for those wanting fine art for their home or office,” says Betty Wilde, owner. “We think the people who visit Plaza Colonial will be people who will love Wilde Meyer Gallery art. The unique layout of the space will allow us to get very creative with our displays and enhance the experience.” 

The gallery will be accessible by three entrances: one on Skyline Drive, one on Campbell Avenue, and a third entrance through the beautiful Plaza Colonial courtyard. Betty Wilde and Mark Meyer anticipate opening their gallery in November. Wilde Meyer will be holding their first Open House event on November 12th. Grand opening plans to be announced.

About Wilde Meyer Gallery
Wilde Meyer Gallery has three locations, two in Scottsdale and one in Tucson, AZ. The galleries offer a sensory experience through changing exhibits of Original Contemporary Fine Art with subjects including abstracts, landscapes, figurative, and contemporary western. Media include paintings, bronzes, sculpture, glass and more. The Wilde Meyer Annex (Scottsdale), specializes in animal-related original fine art. Subjects include everything animal – dogs, cats, wildlife, domestic animals and animals in intriguing situations. The styles are eclectic, the media diverse at all Wilde Meyer Galleries. Learn more online at WildeMeyer.com.

About Plaza Colonial
Plaza Colonial is an 80,000-square foot Spanish Colonial styled shopping center located in the foothills of Tucson, Arizona. Visitors find the locally owned art and design center by the landmark copper dome at the corner of Plaza Colonial, like the dome on the downtown Tucson courthouse. Shoppers can find a variety of upscale retail venues, including interior design studios, restaurants, galleries and spas, surrounded by a lush green courtyard and fantastic views of the nearby Catalina Mountains. Plaza Colonial, 2870 E. Skyline Drive, Tucson, AZ at the SW Corner of Campbell and Skyline Drive. Learn more at PlazaColonialTucson.com or call (520) 299-0494.

Media Contacts:

Company Name: Betty Wilde
Full Name: Debra Weisel
Phone: 520.615.5222
Email Address: Send Email
Website: www.wildemeyer.com

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