“Wild Colorado” Art Show

As we are in the thick of art show season, I wanted to drop a quick line to let you Coloradans know some exciting news. I’ve just been accepted in to the “Wild Colorado” Art Show at the Audubon Nature Center!

This is a very cool local art show featuring two and three-dimensional work from Colorado artists. The show is sponsored by the Audubon Society of Greater Denver, whose mission states:

“Audubon Society of Greater Denver advocates for the environment,
connecting people with nature through education, conservation and research”

The show is also sponsored by the Roxborough Arts Council, where I am a contributing member and artist.

I’ll be showcasing my deer sculpture “Field Trip” along with my newest Limited-Edition Eagle that I call “Wind Chester”

The show is free and will be open to the public from June 19th to June 23rd from 12-6pm. A portion of proceeds will go towards benefitting the Audubon Society. This show will be great for those that have a passion for the Colorado outdoors, wildlife and art! In addition, there is a reception from 6:00-8:00pm on June 19th at the Audubon Nature Center. Appetizers, wine and tea will be provided.

Show Details

What: Wild Colorado Art Show

When: June 19-23, 12-6pm with a reception on June 19th from 6-8pm

Where: Audubon Nature Center

11280 S. Waterton Rd.

Why: Artistic representation of nature and wildlife of Colorado. Combined with local artist and proceeds going towards a wonderful organization.

How Much: FREE

If you’re in the Colorado Springs, Castle Rock or Denver area, be sure to swing by and say hi!

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