Museum Admission: $10 Adults  

$8 Children, Military, Seniors 65+

$15 2-Day Admission

Members Always Free  

Tony "The Bricklayer" Perniciaro

Regional Gallery | August 31 - November 10, 2019

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Tony “The Bricklayer” Perniciaro was born in 1917 in Brooklyn, New York. A working class Sicilian-American, Perniciaro found his way to Pueblo in the late ‘70s. Perniciaro was an untrained “outsider” artist who started as a poet, eventually integrating drawings and color into his politically and socially charged poetry. Perniciaro’s drawings and paintings are an impressive mix of naivete and sophistication.

 

Special events:  
Friday, November 1 @ 5-7 pm | Free First Friday ArtWalk
Wednesday, November 20 @ 5:30-7 pm | Outsider Art, or the work of self-taught artists, has been fascinating viewer for the past hundred years. Raw and untrained, these artists often realize their ideas on found materials using makeshit methods that lead to profound works of art. Well-known Outsider artisits such as Adolf Wölfli, Marin Ramirez, Lee Godie, and George Widener will be on display during this exhibit. $15 per person. Limited to 30 people, must be Studio 210 Level Member, or higher. Call 719-295-7200 to register.
Friday, December 6 @ 5-7 pm | Free First Friday ArtWalk

 

Also on display at the Arts Center (click an icon):

September 7 - January 19, 2020

 

 

  September 28 - January 12

September 14 - January 5, 2020