VISUAL ARTS & EXHIBITIONS

NOW ON DISPLAY:

White Gallery: Picasso – Matisse – Chagall
Sept 19 - Jan 11, 2015


Celebrate the most important artists of the 20th century with Picasso-Matisse-Chagall, an exhibition of prints. An opening reception for Arts Center members will be held September 18. The exhibit opens to the public on September 19.

Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse, and Marc Chagall were among the trailblazers of their time, an era defined by artistic leaps in freedom from academia constraints. This private collection reinforces the sense of time that was 1920’s Paris and creates for the eye a feast of line play and compositional delight. Visitors to the exhibition will explore the imagery of expansive subjects ranging from the human body to family members and the Bible in a collection of lithographs, etchings, linocuts, and ceramics by these renowned artists. “This exhibit has not been seen by the public in over eight years,” says Liz Szabo, visual arts curator of the Sangre de Cristo Arts Center. “Pueblo is fortunate to have something so spectacular within their reach.”


Also on Display this Fall:

King Gallery: 10/11 – 1/17/15
Prints from the Collection

Prints from the Collection is a showcase prints from the Sangre de Cristo's collection of southwestern art. Included with gallery admission.

9/19-11/18/14
3rd Floor Foyer Gallery: Gene Kloss: People and Portraits

An exhibition of People and Portraits from the Sangre de Cristo Arts Center’s collection of Gene Kloss works.

9/19-11/9/14
Regional Gallery: The Art of the Dream

Christy Callaham, painter and Jungian psychotherapist from Colorado Springs, has interpreted thousands of dreams, written bookshelves full of dream journals, and produced galleries full of painting. Callaham paints her dreams to amplify their meaning, believing the reveal the mythic nature of our life stories.

9/26-11/9/14
2nd Floor Foyer Gallery: Mandalas and More

Dorothy Mendoza prefers painting with watercolor and gouache and loves working in oils, acrylics, and mixed media. Constantly experimenting with new techniques and approaches toward painting, she says “There seem to be many artists within me. On any given day, I may begin work with a large brush in loose transparent washes, and an hour later, I will be using a smaller brush doing very linear details in my landscapes.”

9/26-1/3-15
Hoag Gallery: Aquarius National Watermedia Exhibition

This exhibition includes 60 paintings by professional artists from across the United States. Overall, 90 artists entered over 200 paintings. Brigit O’Connor, world renowned author and instructor, is the juror for the 2014 Aquarius National Watermedia Exhibition.

 


Generously Sponsored by:
Chamberlain Foundation | Bob & Doris Johnston Foundation | E.M. Christmas Foundation
Robert Hoag Rawlings Foundation | Marv & Sandy Stein | Dr. Jarvis & Mary Jo Ryals | Kathy Farley & Fran McClave

With support from: LaLonna Meoska | Doris MacCannon

 


Special Events

10/3 Community Access Night at the Arts Center presented by Spradley Auto Group
4-7pm, Helen T. White Galleries, Sangre de Cristo Arts Center
Explore Picasso Matisse Chagall: The Most Important Artists of the 20th Century and all exhibitions showcased in the Helen T. White Galleries FREE to the public. Other exhibitions include Aquarius: National Watermedia Exhibition, Gene Kloss: People and Portraits, and Christy Callaham’s The Art of the Dream. Refreshments will be served. In correlation with First Friday Artwalk.

10/10: Gallery Talk: Paris, center of the 1920s Art World presented by Pueblo City/CountyLibrary District
5-7pm, White Gallery, Sangre de Cristo Arts Center, Free to the Public
Visitors gain admission to Helen T. White Galleries + opportunity to go beyond looking at art and engage in discussion led by Arts Center Curatorial Staff. Gallery Talk will speak to the process involved with creating the artwork, inspiration and method, and the artists’ connection to the setting of the book “The Paris Wife”.

10/26 Study of Chagall's Bible Series
2-5pm , White Gallery
In 1931, Marc Chagall was commissioned to illustrate portions of the twelve books of the Old Testament. This was Chagall’s last great set of etchings, and the largest number he did on a single subject. Also see demonstrations of various printing and painting techniques. Included with gallery admission.

11/7 Community Access Night at the Arts Center presented by Koncilja & Koncilja
4-7pm, Buell Children’s Museum
Explore H2O Picasso! and all exhibitions showcased in the Buell Children’s Museum FREE to the public. Non-alcoholic refreshments will be served. In correlation with First Friday Artwalk.

11/16: Study of Chagall’s Bible Series & Gallery Talk
2-5 pm, White Gallery at the Sangre de Cristo Arts Center
Local Artists will speak about creativity as it relates to the three Masters: Picasso, Matisse, and Chagall. In 1931, Marc Chagall was commissioned to illustrate portions of the twelve books of the Old Testament. This was Chagall’s last great set of etchings, and the largest number he did on a single subject. Also see demonstrations of various printing and painting techniques. Included with gallery admission

 

 

Get Connected

Facebook Twitter Email

Stay Updated

Close