Peaceful Buddha. Photo by Madison McKeown
Each month the South Suburban Public Art Committee selects local artists to display their work at three of their recreation centers. These temporary art exhibits at these facilities are intended to support and promote South Suburban’s mission to enrich the lives of all its residents and encourage a legacy of art to be enjoyed and appreciated. All artwork is available for purchase and can be viewed April 1-30.
Nicole Anderson of Englewood has a collection of big, bold and brightly colored acrylic paintings bringing nature, such as flowers, to the delight of all its viewers. And can be seen at the Buck Recreation Center.
Arapahoe Community College student photography exhibit Japan a Journey of Art displays photographs taken by students in the Arapahoe Community College study abroad program. The photographs were taken June 11 – 22, 2018 in Osaka, Tokyo and Kyoto and can be seen at the Lone Tree Recreation Center.
Maria Bouzaine of Centennial framed portraits and landscapes capture the interest of all those viewing her paintings. Her skill allows her to paint with pastels, oil, and acrylics and is on display at the Goodson Recreation Center.
Sheldon Spiegelman of Littleton, photographs take viewers to far off places in his current exhibit displaying his travels across the globe featuring people, places, wildlife and more which he encountered along the way is at the Lone Tree Golf Club and Hotel until April 15.
South Suburban’s Public Art Committee encourages all Colorado artists to apply to display their artwork temporarily. For a complete list of guidelines and an art exhibition application, read them at www.sspr.org or contact the Arts and Enrichment Manager Darcie LaScala at 720.245.2601 or DarcieL@sspr.org.
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