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Posted on: May 12, 2017

Selections for “Spring into Summer” art exhibit announced

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The City of Brighton’s Eye for Art program has announced its selections for the “Spring into Summer” art exhibit at Brighton City Hall, 500 South fourth AvenueThe show will open Monday, May 22, with over 200 beautiful pieces of spring and summer artwork from 64 local and regional artists.

The “Spring into Summer” art exhibit features brilliant oils, acrylics, inks, watercolors, graphite/color pencil, vibrant photography, feather art, fused glass and pottery all are ready to enhance your home, business or office with original artwork. Wearable art is an exquisite addition to any jewelry chest or gift list. This exhibit is free to the public.

The art selection committee proudly announces the artists selected for the “Spring into Summer” art exhibit. Selected artists include: Ron Ames, Benjamin Anderson, Leann Anderson, Sherri Atkinson, Annette Baltazar, Nickie Barbee, Natalie Beck, Kylle Been, Rhonda Bennett, Wallace Boulden, Denise Bowman, Diane Breed, Karri Burgess, Theresa Burkert, Frank Carrillo, Delia Casas Valdivia, Andrew Castenada, Christal Chapman, Sherry Chance, Joel Cook, Dennis Crock, Howard Crosslen, Ron Cupps, Kay Curtis, Mona Linda DeSanti, Anthony Frank, Judith Frost, Marina Galasso, Laurie Gee, Mark Gee, Sheri Graf-Kopp, Leslie Gwynn, Edward Hansen, Mary Hansen, Rose Mary Heidenreich, Brian Heritage, Matthew Jackson, Carol Anne Jellico, Emma Jensen, Taylor KrauseMary Ladwig, Kathy Lechman, Gail Lindsey, Lisa Renee Lopez, Sandie Mackenzie, Gail Marchetti, MJ McCafferty, Frank Morales Cook, Vivian Patrick, Allison Raichle, David M. Richers, Jill Riggin, Claudia Rodriguez, Roseanne Schwartz, Pennie Snow, Phillip Temmer, Tanja Tombaugh, Margareta Tombaugh, Dottie Urban, Phyllis Utter, Mark Welsby, Tammi Williams, Cody Witham and Jamie Zerr-Lockwood.

Meet the Artists: The public is invited to meet the artists of this exhibit at an open house from 6 – 8 p.m. Friday, June 2, at Brighton City Hall. Visit with the artists of this inspiring spring into summer exhibit.

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

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