For decades, Fox and Bruce McGrew were partners, parents, philosophers, and
pioneers of the Arizonan art scene. They were both founding members of the dude-ranch-turned-desert-art-community Rancho Linda Vista in 1968, which Fox, her children, and her grandchildren still call home. This website functions as a living archive of each artist's work, collections, and exhibitions.
Fox and Bruce immersed themselves in many different environments throughout their careers, and they each have the unique, striking ability to capture the breath, light, and mysticism of the spaces that they occupy. Whether inspired by bluffs of Scotland, the crumbling missions of Mexico, or the heart of the high Sonoran Desert, Fox and Bruce's work is transportive, etherial, and brimming with depth.