For the first time in more than 20 years, John Nieto’s original paintings will be shown in Tucson, AZ on Sunday, April 22. Madaras Gallery is honored to have been selected to host this very special event. The show will include his signature wolves, coyotes and Native American portraits. "I am very excited to have my art on display in Tucson again,” Nieto stated.
To add to the excitement, Nieto painted his very first wildcat exclusively for this show in his bold and colorful style. The wildcat painting will be auctioned live at 11:30 am during the show.
John Nieto is one of America’s most dynamic contemporary artists, concentrating on vibrant color, assertive lines, and bold imagery. Throughout all of his art, he captures the essence of his subject matter with sensitivity and respect. His distinctive style is instantly recognizable, and collectors throughout the world prize his work. A painting Nieto presented to President Reagan hung in Washington for the duration of his term in office and currently resides in the presidential library.
John Nieto’s family roots run deep in New Mexico, as it has been his ancestral birthplace for more than 300 years. John and his family have lived in various northern New Mexico towns and now reside in Texas.
A reception will be held at Madaras Gallery on Sunday, April 22nd, from 11am - 2pm
(3035 N. Swan Road). RSVPs are requested. Please call 520-623-4000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Due to health restrictions, John will not be in attendance, but his son Anaya Nieto, the president of the family art business, will attend.