Frances Dodd: Compelling Color

Hoag Gallery | September 23 - November 12, 2017


About the exhibition:

Fran Dodd considers color to be her passion. These colors seen in nature will be enhanced or invented entirely!  Fran looks for small fragments of beauty in the landscape - those moments that take THE breath away in awe and wonder.  Interpreting the landscape from her own viewpoint, she hopes to engage the viewer to stop and experience a little of the excitement and joy felt while painting.

Fran lives in Pueblo West with her husband, photographer Allan McConnell.

Special events:  

Friday, October 6 | 5 PM—7 PM:  First Friday Art Walk with free admission made possible by David C. Russell, Jr.  Complimentary refreshments and entertainment included. Free Art Auction Catalog giveaway (while supplies last).

Saturday, October 7 | 11 AM:  Coffee with the Artist & Curator - enjoy a panel discussion with artist Billy Schenck and curator Elizabeth Szabo, plus complimentary coffee and light refreshments.  Activities included with admission.

Sunday, October 8 | 11 AM—4 PM:  Second Sunday with free admission made possible by the Union Pacific Foundation,  Val Tursi, Anna & Lee Meisner and Ken White III in honor of First Responders. Basic admission includes entrance to the Buell Childrens’ Museum and Helen T. White Galleries. 

Friday, November 3 | 5 PM—7 PM:  First Friday Art Walk with free admission made possible by Leslie Nazario in memory of John Hill.  Complimentary refreshments and entertainment included. 

Friday, December 1 | 5 PM—7 PM:  First Friday Art Walk with free admission made possible by the Board of Water Works of Pueblo.  Complimentary refreshments and entertainment included. 

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