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My painting, YOU ARE THE NEXT TO BE EATEN is currently on view at The Tucson Museum of Art in the Sandra and Robert Maxfield Gallery. The exhibition showcases artworks from 1970 to the present by contemporary artists who have lived in the region contributing to the discourse of the area.

Art on a Cellular Level at Sky Harbor Terminal 4 - On view through June 14th 2020. photo by Fausto Fernandez

Art on a Cellular Level 


The Snake Eats Its Tail (left) Casey Farina, (middle) Bill Dambrova, (right) Emily Budd. Photo by Kristin Bauer

My painting She Asked me My Name and I Gave Her My Social Security Number and That's How They Got My Spleen will be included in the group exhibition called I hear what you're seeing, a new exhibition from Scottsdale Arts Learning & Innovation at the Center Space gallery inside Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts, 7380 E. Second Street, from Jan. 17 through April 26.
The exhibition features seven visual artworks by six different artists. The artworks are interpretively translated into sound works by six graduate students at the School of Music and the School of Arts, Media and Engineering at Arizona State University's Herberger Institute of Design and the Arts.
"I hear what you're seeing" is an experiential exhibition, meant to bring sight and sound together to heighten art's inherent quality of conveying a mood, telling a story, and igniting the imagination.

Forthcoming: April 6th 2020 to June 30th 2020 
in a new gallery at the Scottsdale, AZ Civic Center Library
Abstract Journeys of Mutation:
Abstract Colorful Paintings by Bill Dambrova and Fausto Fernandez
Curated by Wendy Raisanen, Scottsdale Public Art Curator of Collections and Exhibitions