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Upcoming Exhibits in the Helen T. White Galleries

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Vital Waters

White Gallery | June 4, 2021 - January 16, 2022

To manifest the Earth’s spiritual splendor, Ansel Adams, Ernest Brooks, and Dorothy Kerper Monnelly, Scott Campbell, Chuck Davis, Ryuijie, Camille Lenore, and Robin V Robinson immerse us in beauty. These photographers share their devotion and lived-knowledge of known and beloved places. Shaped by living on America’s coasts, their juxtaposed images reveal an art that is both personal and political, motivated by love of family and community, expressed through a celebration of nature.

Da Vinci Machines & Robotics

White Gallery | Arrives Summer 2022

This unique exhibition brings together the latest discoveries of lost Leonardo inventions, such as his mechanical drumming robot, with his most iconic inventions and artworks such as the helicopter, bicycle, military tank, scuba suit and the Mona Lisa.

Sponsored by the Robert Hoag Rawlings Foundation and the Ryals Family Foundation


White Gallery | POSTPONED

These installations are created by individual members of the Rough Ruby Art Collective and function in concert to create immersive visceral interactions with dramatically atmospheric renditions of natural forces and human mind-sets. As the viewer moves in and out of the work spending time with the installations, great and small, they themselves become a part of the artwork.

Gateway to the Southwest: The Williams Studio

Hoag Gallery |
May 15, 2021 - September 5,2021 

A celebration of the long history of Ken and Judith Williams' art connection to the Pueblo community, culminating in the 45-foot public art sculptures flanking I-25 north of Pueblo.

Addressing the "Own Your Own Holiday Art Sale & Exhibition"

It is with heavy hearts and after careful consideration that we announce the sunset of the annual “Own Your Own: Holiday Art Sale & Exhibition.”

The “Own Your Own” has been a part of this community for nearly 60 years.  At its inception with founders such as Ed Sajbel, the Junior League of Pueblo, and Pueblo Community College, the “Own Your Own” served a unique niche to allow our community to buy fantastic art at affordable prices.  This need is now met in our community in many ways.

We thank the artists, guests, sponsors, and the founders of this wonderful exhibit who made the “Own Your Own” possible for so long.

While the “Own Your Own” is gone, the Sangre de Cristo Arts Center will continue to work hard to bring you the unique exhibitions you love.  Our mission is still to create artistic learning experiences for everyone. We look forward to finding new ways of showcasing local artists and bringing them together with art lovers and buyers new ways.

Thank you for your understanding.

Sangre de Cristo Arts Center Staff

October 20, 2020