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Posted on: January 23, 2017

Selections for “Best of Times” art exhibit announced

The City of Brighton’s Eye for Art program announces its selections for the “Best of Times” art exhibit at Brighton City Hall, 500 S. 4th Ave. The show opened Monday and includes more than 220 beautiful pieces of winter into spring artwork from 73 local and regional artists.

The “Best of Times” art exhibit features beautiful oils, acrylics, inks, watercolors, exquisite photography, feather art, fused glass, wearable art and fabulous collections to enhance your home, business or office with original artwork. This exhibit is free to the public.


The art selection committee is proud to announce the artists selected for the “Best of Times” art exhibit.  Selected artists include: Ron Ames, Benjamin Anderson, Sherri Atkinson, Annette Baltazar, Nickie Barbee, Harry Barkhausen, Jr., Rhonda Bennett, Kathy Bolson, Wallace Boulden, Denise Bowman, Diane Breed, Frank Carrillo, Delia Casas Valdivia, Christal Chapman, Joel Cook, Dennis Crock, Ron Cupps, Kay Curtis, Pat Dall, Nicole David, Kim Degnegaard, Cynthia Delgado, Mona Linda DeSanti, Diane DeVries, Marion Dunkley, Edward Ehrmann, Mona Fansher, Marilyn Fingerlin, William Fortt, Anthony Frank, Judith Frost, Marina Galasso, Dean Glorso, Leslie Gwynn, Jarka Haan, Kathy Haas, Mary Hansen, Rose Mary Heidenreich, Ron Hill, Mark Humbert, Matthew Jackson, Emma Jensen, Sherry Kreutzer, Pia Langfeld, Kathy Lechman, Gail Lindsey, Bernie Lopez, Lisa Renee Lopez, Sandie Mackenzie, Gail Marchetti, MJ McCafferty, Frank Morales Cook, David Palik, Leslie Peterson, Alison Raichle, David M. Richers, Jill Riggin, Hanna Rockwell, Claudia Rodriguez, Dave Rose, Beverly Schatz, Pennie Snow, Archie Suniga, Phillip Temmer, Dave Thomas, Dottie Urban, Phyllis Utter, Andrea Valenzuela, Randy D. Wegner, Mark Welsby, Susie Wheeler, Cody Witham and Margaret Zylla.

Meet the Artists: The public is invited to meet the artists at an open house from 6 – 8 p.m., Friday, Feb. 3 at Brighton City Hall. Visit with the artists of this inspiring winter/spring exhibit.

The City of Brighton proudly supports the promotion of art and culture within the City. Artists or art groups interested in future shows, please contact Laurie Lozano-Maier, Eye for Art Program Coordinator, at 303-655-2034 for more information.

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