Terry Galusha: Pueblo Artist

2nd Floor Foyer | January 14 - March 5

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About the exhibition:

Terry Michael Galusha was born January 17, 1955 and grew up in Rye, Colorado. After graduation from USC, he settled down in Pueblo, where he lived for the rest of his life.  Terry was well known in Pueblo as a piano technician; as a musician who played clarinet in the Pueblo Symphony for many years; and for his paintings and cartoons. Terry's favorite landscape subjects were bridges and prairie. He said that landscapes became his models. “I stayed local because it was most satisfying, beautiful and handy."

Special events:  

Saturday, January 14  |  1-5 pm

Memorial in the galleries for Terry Galusha, come to see the exhibit and share stories with friends. Free admission.

March 3, 2017 | 5-7 pm:  First Friday Art Walk

See the show for free and enjoy complimentary refreshments during Downtown Pueblo's First Friday Art Walk.

 


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