Reflects passion for ranch life, wildlife, Western landscape [RIFLE] – “I tell people, ‘Paint your own backyard,’ and what a backyard we have,” said artist Jane Lee. Lee is one of four women whose work is featured in a new CMC ArtShare exhibition, “Women at Home on the Range,” which explores images of daily life… Continue reading New exhibit at CMC Rifle campus showcases local artists
ArtShare Gallery features exhibit by Holocaust scholar, adjunct faculty By Stefanie Kilts “We all need to heal,” said carolyn h. manosevitz, mfa. Her artwork – three-dimensional paintings on paper and paper sculptures – addresses the human experience after a catastrophe. In manosevitz’s case, this catastrophe is the Shoah, a Hebrew term used by contemporary scholars… Continue reading Healing after the Shoah explored through mixed media
Reception and show at CMC ArtShare gallery in Glenwood Springs By Kristin Carlson The abstract photos on view at the CMC ArtShare Gallery in Glenwood Springs through Jan. 25 invite visitors to slow down and take an up-close look at the colors, shapes and textures of the objects that surround them. “The world is so… Continue reading Gayle Waterman’s abstract photography on display
Abstract exhibit opens at CMC Gallery Oct. 12 By Debra Crawford When Ellen Zagoras was 70, she looked at the 132 paintbrushes she’d accumulated over decades of working in other media. “I put a fortune into those brushes,” she says. “And I thought, ‘I could be dead before I use those things.’ So if not… Continue reading Galaxy of paintings formed by alchemy
Alice Beauchamp, former director of the CMC Center for Excellence in the Arts and now director of ArtShare, said the new name better expresses Colorado Mountain College’s growing partnerships with arts organizations and artists in the communities served by the college. As Alice explained: “ArtShare says, ‘We want to join with you to make the… Continue reading Center for Excellence in the Arts is now ArtShare.
William Meriwether, a former Colorado Mountain College photography instructor, died at his West Glenwood home Tuesday night. Bobbie, his wife of 17 years, and a Hospice of the Valley volunteer were with him at the time. He was 65 and had been diagnosed with bone cancer in 2004.
Bowlby’s representational paintings on display at CMC Gallery through March 26 By Kristin Carlson GLENWOOD SPRINGS – For those who think they know artist Dean Bowlby’s work, some surprises are in store among the pieces in his newest exhibit.