The Contemporary Southwestern Art Collection of Charles A. & Jeanette Gilchrist White
Now through Sept 27, 2015 | White Gallery
Colors of the Southwest features life and perspectives of the Southwest, with artists and subjects native to the southwestern lifestyle. This collection of over 90 pieces showcases the genre of such renowned artists John Nieto, Frank Howell, R. C. Gorman and more.
Apache by John Nieto
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Using QR codes and personal mobile phones, the Arts Center will give visitors an added dimension when learning about the Colors of the Southwest exhibit. Guests can take a “deep dive” into the exhibit with informative and engaging audio clips about the works and artists. Sponsored by The Robert Hoag Rawlings Foundation
Colors of the Southwest Exhibit Generously Sponsored by
The Mahlon Thatcher White Foundation | Dr. Jarvis & Mary Jo Ryals | The Estate of Etta Jeane Sayers
With Support from
Dr. Bill & Mona Askwig | Dick & Shirley Cline | Colorado State University-Pueblo
Linda Crawford | Kathy Farley & Fran McClave | Franco’s Bistro | LaLonna Meoska
Pueblo City & County Library District | Pueblo Community College | Robert Hoag Rawlings Foundation
Charles & Shari Ready | Larry & Carol Spradley | Barbara & Bill Vidmar
Sponsored in part by the City of Pueblo & the County of Pueblo
Made in Pueblo
Through September 25, 2015
An exhibition meant to uplift and honor Pueblo’s workers, the Arts Center and Pueblo Economic Development Corporation (PEDCO) have teamed up to bring Made in Pueblo, a showcase of items made and produced by local companies.
Western Futurism by Jimmy Descant
Through Sept. 13, 2015
When Jimmy Descant started professionally creating assemblage art in 1996, he saw his lifelong appreciation of the beautiful utilitarian parts from the Golden Age of American manufacturing transform into visions of what they could be, once rearranged... never having heard the term 'ready made' from Duchamp, or seen Picasso's early assemblages. The rocket ships Jimmy has created in the Western Futurism represent the peaceful exploration of time, space, ideas, and cultures.
Pueblo Boy | A Process of Discovery by Kelton Osborn
Through Sept 13, 2015
Early in life, Kelton had a penchant for discovering how things worked and were put together. Instead of a linear process, Kelton works in a spiral that allows influences from multiple sources to interact with each other. The result is one that was not conceived prior to starting. An intuitive approach allows him the opportunity to explore ideas without physical limitations. Says Kelton, "My childhood memories inform my designs. Whether playing in the prairies with friends, catching lizards and snakes, or backpacking in the mountains with my parents – I have always enjoyed the process of exploration.
Works from the Collection
Through Sept. 27
2nd Floor Foyer
A representation of Contemporary Southwestern Art from the Sangre de Cristo Arts Center’s permanent collection.