Cottonwood Center for the Arts is home to more than 100 creatives who rent studio space. The nonprofit arts complex also offers a variety of classes, a monthly exhibit and support for community artists. A day in the life of the center reveals painters, potters, photographers, woodworkers and more who often make a living off their craft.
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The new exhibit, "Fakes and Forgeries" at Alvarez Gallery and Art School, will feature about 50 works by about 20 artists in the Pikes Peak region who were tasked with creating copies or near-copies of masterpieces by famous artists.
Pat Musick’s childhood and now adult home sits directly on the boundary of Garden of the Gods, with the red rocks used as walls and offering a…
Colorado artist Patrick Marold's "The Windmill Project" features 2,000 windmills that light up when the wind blows. The installation is located north of Ent Center for the Arts and will be up for a year.
Colorado Springs couple Jessica Langley and Ben Kinsley have turned their front yard into "The Yard," an outdoor project space and site for public art. "Notes for Tomorrow" is the couple's ninth exhibit, and features positive messages of hope they solicited from the community.
Visual artist Jem Brock reflects on difficult subjects in new exhibit, "Heirlooms," at The Machine Shop. It opens Friday during First Friday Downtown and runs through November.
Colorado Springs artist Liz McCombs used her passion for gardening to inspire the new exhibit "Secret Garden" at the Bridge Gallery. The show runs through October and features human-like sculptures in the mysterious process of transformation.
Nationally-known muralist Eric Bransby died Wednesday at 103. He'll be remembered for the string of murals he left across the country, including Colorado Springs, and his willingness to be a mentor for many artists.
New stamps by the U.S. Postal Service honor Japanese American sculptor Ruth Asawa.
The new exhibit, "From Many One," will feature sculpture by Eric McCue and Thom Phelps. It opens Friday at Art 111 Gallery with a free reception from 5-8 p.m. and runs through September. It's part of First Friday Downtown.