Colorado Springs artist Gene McLain's goal is to make people laugh with his artwork. (Video by Skyler Ballard)
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Nationally-known Manitou Springs artist Floyd Tunson will display new and older, but unseen works at Kreuser Gallery through September. Five different series will include the subject of redlining, work inspired by his two-and-a-half-yearr-old grandson, geometric shapes and hand-colored cyanotypes. The free opening reception is Friday, to coincide with First Friday Downtown.
Annette Isham's new installation, "Venus: A Space To Hold, Redeemer I," can be viewed by downloading the Popwalk app and visiting The Yard, an outdoor space for public art in the Divine Redeemer neighborhood.
The 10th annual Front Range Open Studios is a self-guided tour of a dozen professional artists' studios in the Tri-Lakes area. Visitors will also have the chance to make art at more than half the studios. The free event is Saturday and Sunday.
South Korean sculptor Byeongdoo Moon's small stainless steel sculptures will be featured in the new exhibit, "My Scenery," through August 27 at The Modbo. His wife, Hyewon Sim, also will display her textile works. A free opening reception is 5-9 p.m. Friday.
Three of South Korean sculptor Byeongdoo Moon's large, stainless steel sculptures have been accepted into recent Art on the Streets exhibits, the internationally-known outdoor downtown sculpture and mural garden. After one of his pieces was vandalized, the community reached out to Moon via letters of apology and expressions of gratitude for his work, and inspired the artist to relocate his family to Colorado Springs. They arrived in November.
Colorado Springs knot-tyer Mark Barsocchini makes creations from old climbing rope, fly fishing line and guitar strings.
Get to know Jodie Bliss, artist blacksmith and owner of Bliss Studio Custom Metalwork in Monument, Colorado.
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.
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.