WOMEN'S HISTORY MONTH ART SHOW

March 2 - April 27, 2008
21st Annual Women's History Month
Art Exhibition & Sale
Random Works - A Colorful Collection of Art
Cultural Arts Council Fine Art Gallery
304 E. Elkhorn Ave. - Estes Park, CO

 
 

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Dawn Normali "Lady Soul Searching", Oil, 24" X 20"
 

 

This longstanding show spotlights the diversity and style Colorado Women Artists and is presented during National Women's History Month in March and throughout April. The 2008 national theme celebrates the accomplishments of women in visual art, and we join them in the celebration in by inviting you to see the visual art created by Colorado women today. For twenty years the exhibition has presented fine visual art in 2 and 3-dimensional form, and the 21st annual is no exception.

From quiet mountain scenes and classic still life.... to bold contemporary design and color, this year's exhibition celebrates the artist's vision and passion on display. Personal narratives written by the artist will accompany each object of art and will help viewers understand the process, insight or background of each artist behind the creation. Random Works - A Colorful Collection of Art explores art mediums and techniques that are centuries old, juxtaposed with objects using 21srt technology and mediums. The exhibition premieres young emerging artists and acknowledges those who have mastered their individual artistic technique and style through decades of devotion and discipline. Mediums include oil, watercolor, acrylic, pastel, bronze, photography, mixed media, pencil, found object assemblage, fiber and precious metals.

The 2008 Women's History Month Art Show, Random Works - A Colorful Collection of Art opens Sunday March 2 with an Opening Reception and Awards Ceremony from 1:00 to 3:00 PM. The public is invited to attend, and meet the participating artists.

Musical entertainment during the reception will be provided.

Two Awards will be selected by attendees during the Opening Reception including a Peoples Choice Award and Artist Choice Award. Ballots will be tabulated and both awards will be presented at 2:50 PM.

The exhibition is free and open to the public and will remain on display through Sunday April 27, 2008. Hours are 12:00 Noon to 5:00 PM Monday - Saturday, and Sunday by appointment.

For more information contact the Cultural Arts Council by phone at 970-586-9203 or cacep@earthlink.net.

National Women's History Project -

To honor the originality, beauty, imagination, and multiple dimensions of women’s lives, we have chosen Women’s Art: Women’s Vision as the 2008 theme for National Women’s History Month.

The history of women and art is quintessential women’s history. It is the story of amazing women’s accomplishments acclaimed at the time but written out of history. Join us in ensuring that their accomplishments are never forgotten.

This year’s theme provides a special opportunity to discover and celebrate women’s visual arts in a variety of forms and mediums that help expand our perceptions of ourselves and each other.

Please visit their website for more information. http://www.nwhp.org/

2007 Participating Artists Included:

Janet Anderson
Wendy Armfield
Jean Batchelder
Julianne Biehl
Rita Cirillo
Sandra Coker
Kaelyn Cook
Ivy Cooper
Barbara Dubrovin
Vivian Gordon
Patricia Henrikson Greenberg
Deedee Hampton
Jenny Jelinek
Margaret E. Jensen
Jan Kirkpatrick
Donna Krizek
Kelley Klawiter
Anne McCaffrey
Tess Moore
Dawn Normali
Linda C. Palmer
Karen E. Penley
Jean Philbrick
Eli Roehl
Rosemary Scheuering
Penny Stewart
Tamara Simmons
Cydney Springer
Patrice Sullivan
Susiehyer
Virginia Taulane
Marcia Tavel
Eileen VanBaren
Janice Whitmore
Sandra Wilson

     
 

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