Hank Tusinski’s “Vineyard in Fanaux,” acrylic on hardboard, is at the Temple of Music and Art gallery.

Courtesy of Timothy Mosman

Tim Mosman and Hank Tusinski have long shown their works around town. But what will cover the walls at the Temple Gallery starting Saturday, Sept. 17, is art you haven’t seen.

The Tucson couple have been creating new works, and about 30 of them are on view in “Fanaux,” at the gallery through Dec. 31.

Tusinski, whose detailed installation, “Banda Calaca,” was at the Tucson Museum of Art last year, spent time in France earlier this year, and the impressionistic landscapes inspired by that trip are among those in the show. Mosman’s abstract work has been seen in galleries and museums around the country. An artists reception is planned for 5:30-7:30 p.m. Sept. 17.

The gallery is at the Temple of Music and Art, 330 S. Scott Ave., 624-7370.