For more than 40 years, Fincher has been known for his legendary images of prickly pears, big skies, and landscapes of the Southwest, -- what he has called “trappings of the West.” He blends lush color, nuanced line, and gorgeous light with quirky perspective and whimsical detail. But as this exhibition also illustrates, Fincher has created fascinating work that features subjects far different from his regional “trappings.”

This show includes examples both of his iconic Western imagery as well as selections drawn from the artist’s personal archives illustrating other notable themes, such as his recently inaugurated and well-received Botanica series, as well as his forays into figurative paintings inspired by classical sculpture.