Embrace the wintry weather with seasonal works from local artists. Abstract winter landscapes by Theodore Waddell, striking bear portraits by Robert McCauley, and spiritual paintings by Rocky Hawkins are sure to leave you feeling the holiday spirit. Tue-Sat 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
Tsogo Mijid channels themes of a nomadic lifestyle in his abstract paintings. Elements of traditional art and culture from Mongolia, Mijid's homeland, can be found in his works. Sylvia Jung's contemporary art is a fusion of painting and collage. Her paper-based collages are made with a variety of materials, including ink, oil paints, and photographs. Fri 6-10 p.m.; Sat-Sun noon-5 p.m.
Come celebrate Sync Gallery's two newest members and its new location in the Santa Fe Art District. Pam Fortner uses textured, abstract paintings and graceful steel and plexiglass sculptures to represent the constrast of winter's darkness and light. Chad Henry works primarily with acrylic paint in his pieces, adding complexity with unexpected color combinations, text, and collage.
The next generation of artistic talent on the Front Range prepares to move to a new level. This exhibit will highlight a variety of unrelated paintings, photographs, and spatial art from 14 new Metro State fine arts graduates, but this doesn't mark the end for them. These artists have plenty of game left to play.
Turns out that junk mail might be more useful than you thought. For Janice McDonald, it holds hidden beauty. She uses her discarded postal refuse to create collages that belie their everyday origins. Barbara Carpenter also makes art out of the ordinary, using her iPhone to capture the spontaneity of her daily walks with her dog, Daisy. Meet both artists at the opening reception Friday evening.
Science fiction has been tantilizing—and terrifying—readers since Mary Shelley wrote of reanimating the dead 200 years ago, but the genre has since grown past print. More than 20 artists working in various media—paint, photography, glass, stone, and digital—gaze into our dark, horrifying, and wondrous future at 40 West Art Gallery's Sci-Fi Fall Arts Harvest. Tue-Sat noon-4 p.m.
Small circuses used to traverse the western United States, delighting audiences with cleverly trained dogs and ponies. This exhibit celebrates these two loyal animals, both still beloved parts of our western culture. A variety of works portray the four-legged creatures in forms ranging from paintings to sculpture to mixed media. Mon-Thu 10 a.m.-7 p.m.; Fri-Sat 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
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