HEREDITARY. An exhibition that draws from Alexa’s influence from her mother.Read More
As time leaps in-between holidays, I find myself putting up another show. Five pieces are hanging in The Merchant Room in Fort Collins, CO. This series of pieces focuses in on the eco-printing process, whenever I am displaying pieces that have been seen previously I try to give them a new life. In The Merchant Room, you can see “Grotesque” hanging vertically from two hooks on the ceiling which creates a very different energy from the very three dimensional space that the piece covered in the Mini Gallery exhibition. On Friday, December 1st there will be a closing reception from 6-9pm. It would be a pleasure to see new as well as familiar faces!
The Merchant Room 222 Walnut Street, Fort Collins CO
Closing Reception: December 1st 6-9pm
The Curfman Gallery’s Annual Student Art Exhibition will be having it’s opening on Tuesday November 14th from 4:30-6:30. During this opening the jurors will be answering questions and speaking on the exhibit that will be on display.
The piece “So Long Honey” will be on exhibit and it would be a pleasure to see you there!
Today is the second day of a show that Alexa has curated that is located in the Mini Gallery of the Department of Art and Art History on Colorado State University's campus. The show will be up until October 7th and there will be a closing reception on October 6th at 7:00pm in the Mini Gallery. Come and join us!
October 7th 7:00pm Colorado State University Department of Art and Art History: Mini Gallery
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