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June Featured Artist: Cactus Bloom Design

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Our fabulous featured artist this month is Celeste Mills, the creator behind Cactus Bloom Design.🌵🌺She is a Native of Tucson and a member of the Pasqua Yaqui Tribe. Celeste takes a feminine and modern approach to Native American jewelry. Her work is inspired by the beauty of the Sonoran Desert ~ the desert flowers and cacti blended with elements from her own Yaqui and Mexican cultures offer endless sources of inspiration. Her jewelry features a mix of desert plants in sterling silver, dainty chains, Arizona stones, and hammered silver elements. There's truly something for everyone amongst her collection!🌵Join us June...

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May Featured Artist: Gina Beca

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Our May featured artist is Gina Beca Desert Fauna Art. Gina, a native Tucsonan, is a multi-talented artist and art teacher who creates work that contemplates the peculiarities of nature. Submersed in the loveliness of the diverse Sonoran desert, her anthropomorphic figures reflect humanity's primitive instincts.🌸Dreamy and emotionally charged, her pieces will make you think and feel. Stop by this month's Art & Ale: Artist Happy Hour with Gina Beca on Saturday, May 12, 5-7 pm at the shop ~~ dj set, brews by Crooked Tooth Brewing Co., plus totes, ceramics and art prints by Gina!  

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Featuring Fourth Avenue

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We are celebrating and centering Tucson's Historic 4th Avenue and its history this month. Unique, funky, and hyper-local, 4th Avenue represents some of the best characteristics of Tucson. It is a shopping and entertainment destination that gets nationwide attention. There are currently threats to the localism that defines the Avenue and Tucson at large. There is no better time to look back at the history of this commercial district and the fringe culture that found a home on 4th Ave since its revitalization in the 1970s in order to create strategies to retain the flavor of Historic Fourth Avenue in...

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March Featured Artist: Marcy Ellis

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March is a month of awakenings and sometimes painful growth. Through delicate lines of ink and watercolor, artist Marcy Ellis helps us remember our connection to a central life force - the Goddess, the Sister, the Mother of all forms of life. The root to self rejuvenation of spirit and space, she is the transformative representation of fragile beauty. 🌬️Marcy's current body of work explores the female figure, rooted in her connection to landscape, life/death cycles and the natural world. 🌺Join us this Saturday, March 10 from 5-7pm here at the shop to celebrate the divine feminine at our Meet & Greet with Marcy Ellis. Crooked...

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Celebrating Black History Month

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Pop Cycle is proud to celebrate Black History this February and all year round. One of our favorite artists is Nina Simone, and on her birthday, February 21, we will donate a portion of sales to Tucson Second Chance Community Bail Fund.  Millions of individuals are incarcerated in the United States simply because they can't post bail. TSCCBF seeks to address the disproportionate impact of the cash bail system on communities of color in Pima County. We support them in their work and hope you will shop with us on February 21, either in store or online. We will also be accepting...

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