Arts calendar for Oct. 14
October 13, 2005
¤ Volunteers are needed to document art in public places for the Steamboat Springs Arts Council. Documentation will include a short description of the art object and a photo. Volunteers need a digital camera. Call 879-9008 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
¤ Cynthia England will speak and give a slideshow about “Creating a Pictorial Quilt” at 6:30 p.m. at the Steamboat Springs Community Center as part of the Delectable Mountain Quilter’s Guild monthly meeting. The presentation is open to the public. The cost is $3 for nonmembers. Call 879-0080.
¤ Plein air paintings by Jim McBrayer, Phil Wright, Zanobia, Suzy Holloran, Susan Schiesser and R.C. Dieckhoff are on display as part of the M.O.R.E. Art Site Project at the Hahn’s Peak Inn, 61723 Routt County Road 129, in Hahn’s Peak. Call 870-6507.
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¤ The four original watercolors in the “Humble Ranch Series” created by local artist Greg Effinger for the Humble Ranch Benefit Silent Auction and Art Exhibit are still available at http://www.gregeffinger.com. Each of the four watercolors measure 9 by 12 inches and are $650. Each painting is completed by Effinger from the same reference photo. Allow two to four weeks for completion. All proceeds from the painting sales go to the Humble Ranch to provide therapeutic activities for individuals with special needs.
¤ “Riverhouse Editions: Master Prints by 44 Artists” is on display through Nov. 10 in the Victoria H. Myhren Gallery at the University of Denver School of Art and Art History. Call (303) 871-2846.
¤ Polaroid SX-70 Manipulations by Karen Gordon Schulman are on display at Alpine Bank in the Central Park Plaza through November. Call 879-2244.
¤ Work by more than 50 local and regional artists is on display at the Wild Horse Gallery, in the Sheraton Steamboat Resort, which is open from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Saturday and from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday. Call 879-7660.
¤ Commercial and fine art photography by Kim Keith can be viewed by appointment at her studio in the Copper Ridge Business Park, Suite 204. Call 846-3680.
¤ Paintings of historic Routt County buildings by former area resident Marty Alexandroff are on rotating exhibit, now at Wells Fargo National Bank. The paintings are part of a silent auction to raise money for Historic Routt County. Bids for the paintings can be made online through the end of October at http://www.silent.donateauction.com/hrc or by contacting Historic Routt County. Call 875-1305.