Sunday, December 31, 2006

Zee's Warehouse

Photos from Zee's Mineral Gallery in the warehouse district. They sell an eclectic mix of fossils, minerals, antiquities and artwork. And let me say the place is just amazing to walk through.

I posted not too long ago about artists in the warehouse district being evicted from the Steinfeld Warehouse. At the same time the galleries in Zee's building also got notices. However, they've all gotten a 2 month extension on the evictions and the artists groups are trying to work with the city of Tucson to prevent the evictions and/or work towards giving the artists ownership or equity in the buildings while at the same time making sure that the buildings are safe. The city maintains that there are serious structural problems, such as stress fractures in load bearing walls in the Steinfeld Warehouse. More here and here.


Blogger Ame said...

What a beautiful and informative post Louz! Gotta love art...and I hope for these artists' sake they end up with a nice safe space...Happy 2007...thanks for stopping by! =)

11:26 AM  
Blogger Meg in Nelson said...

Enjoy the dancing tonight, Louz!

1:56 PM  
Anonymous annie in little rock said...

Oh, I could get lost there, lost in time and lost in dreams.

Happy New Year, Louz . . . Annie

5:26 PM  
Blogger Keropok Man said...

this warehouse sounds like it's a 'must visit'.

Wishing you a very Blessed New Year. Happy 2007 from Singapore!

7:44 PM  
Blogger Thiên said...

Hello there Louz, happy new year! I really like this photo of the Buddha.

7:17 AM  
Blogger Louz said...

They are good people too. I was taking pictures outside the gallery, an activity I have had some business owners resent, and they invited me in, said sure take pictures, and then they left! Granted most of their stock is too big/heavy for someone to just pick up and walk out with, still I liked that level of openess.

"Work like you don't need the money,
Love like you've never been hurt, and
Dance like Nobody's watching!"

12:04 PM  

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