The City of Brighton’s Eye for Art program announces its selections for the “Spectacles of Spring” art exhibit at Brighton City Hall, 500 S. 4th Ave. The exhibit opens Monday, Jan. 15 and includes more than 225 vibrant sights of awe inspiring creativity that are winter to Spring art forms. The exhibit includes 72 local and regional artists.
The “Spectacles of Spring” art exhibit features unique artwork that celebrates our agricultural roots and spectacular visions through artistic eyes. Created in vivid oils, acrylics, inks, watercolors, graphite/color pencil, vibrant photography, feather art, fused glass and jewelry. Artwork is available for purchase and are ready to enhance your home or business with a splash of winter and spring colors in original artwork. This exhibit is free to the public.
“Spectacles of Spring” artists include: Judy Abplanalp, Michele Autry, Gay Beattie, Rhonda Bennett, Denise Bowman, Teresa Burkert, Frank Carrillo, William Carter, Delia Casas-Valdivia, Christal Chapman, Dennis Crock, Randall Crock, Howard Crosslen, Ron Cupps, Kay Curtis, Kim Degnegaard, Mona DeSanti, David Dehoyos, Karen Dombrowski-Sobel, Mona Fanscher, Janet Foster, Anthony Frank, Judith Frost, Lori Gee, Leslie Gwynn, Edward Hansen, Mary Hansen, Rose Mary Heidenreich, Dawn Hendrix, Colleen Hennessy, Ron Hill, Andrea Hofmeister, Taylor Hulett, Mark Humbert, Matthew Jackson, Farid Jalil, Jay Micahel Jaramillo, Jerry Jaramillo, Carole Anne Jellico, Deb Jenkins, Marc Jones, Lauren Lang, Kimberly Lavelle, Aura Liesveld, Gail Lindsey, Alana Lively, J. Lucas Loeffler, Lisa Renee Lopez, Sandie Mackenzie, Dewey Mann III, Gail Marchetti, Wanda Marshall, MJ McCafferty, Jennifer Piotrowski, Sara Ratzlaff, Zachary Reece, Dave Richers, Jill Riggin, Claudia Rodriguez, Christopher Romero, Rosanne Schwartz, Pennie Snow, Chere Tafoya, Philip Temmer, Lana Tyler, Dottie Urban, Mona Wattenberg, Pat Weiland, Mark Welsby, Susie Wheeler, Marylouse Widmaier, Jamie Zerr-Lockwood.
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 Coordinator, at 303-655-2034 for more information.
Videos and catalogs are available online at the www.brightoncoARTs.org/135