Rancho Linda Vista Exhibit
Ann has two concurrent exhibits in Oracle, Ariz., both with a reception on Sunday, Jan. 13. One is a solo exhibit, Confluence: H2O + Man, at Rancho Linda Vista. The other a group exhibit, 6 Women Create, at Triangle L Ranch. Note: Dress warmly! Oracle is high desert and gets chilly in January.
- Rancho Linda Vista, 1955 W. Linda Vista Rd, Oracle, AZ (Solo exhibit, directions below)
- Triangle L Ranch, 2805 N Triangle L Ranch Rd, Oracle, AZ (Group exhibit)
Join us on Jan 26 at 1 pm, for a FREE (by donation only) private yoga class with Ramona Willis of High Desert Sancuary. This class will focus on the water element in a gallery full of art about water! Space is limited, email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your spot.
Staying on? The high desert is lovely in January! Lodging recommendations in Oracle:
- Triangle L Ranch (Historic ranch with castias, gallery and sculpture park.)
- Cherry Valley Ranch (Fieldstone architecture and serene setting.)
- Rancho Robles (Historic guest ranch designed by Roy Place.)
- Oracle AirBNB
In or near Florence, about 40 miles:
- Rancho Sonora Inn & Casitas (Featured in AZ Highways, one of Florence's original haciendas.
- St Anthony's Greek Monastery Pilgrimage
Other recommendations in Oracle and Pinal County:
- Oracle Patio Cafe
- Oracle Inn Steakhouse
- High Desert Sanctuary (Yoga classes and workshops in a beautiful setting.)
- Arizona Zipline Adventures
- Don't miss the sculpture park and trails at Triangle L Ranch!
- Pinal County is special to Ann's heart; her family history goes back 50 years in Florence. Here's even more ideas for greater Pinal County.
Directions from Tucson to Rancho Linda Vista & RLV Gallery (map below):
- Take North Oracle Rd (route 77) past Oro Valley & Catalina. At Oracle Junction, bear right & continue on 77 north.
- 2 miles past Biosphere, take the Oracle exit onto American Ave.
- Continue on American Ave., turning right onto road directly opposite 1st Circle K (on left).
- At end of road (after dip) turn left onto Calle Futura. Follow for mile or so as it winds around hill.
- At fork in road, bear right, turning right at stop sign onto Linda Vista Rd.
- Continue down Linda Vista Road for a 1/2 mile or so.
- The entrance to Rancho Linda Vista is on the left, immediately following sign “Pavenment Ends” & directly across the street from a large pink rammed-earth gate.
- Continue past the "Whoa" sign. Park anywhere in the gravel lot (an arroyo) immediately after the Whoa sign.
- Short walk up little hill. Look for the sign on the left for the gallery. It's in the big red barn, with the entrance on the north side of the barn. If you can't find the gallery, just ask anyone around - it's a friendly community!