The Sangres Art Guild in Custer County, Colorado, promotes the arts in the Wet Mountain Valley to create an exceptional arts-centered destination where everyone can create, support, participate and enjoy the scenic beauty of the Wet Mountain Valley. We also operate the 3rd Street Gallery in Westcliffe. Explore the web site to learn more. Look below for our latest announcements. Search the Archives for older posts. Now go create!
- June 30th – August 13th
- Reception July 2nd
- No Theme
Congratulations to the winners of the Calendar Show competition (in order of number of votes received):
- Anne Owens, “Blanca Peak”, Oil
- Curt Gillespie, “Sangres Sunrise”, Oil
- Gary Benson, “Home”, Photograph
- Gerri Duke, “The Bench”, Photograph
- Liz VanSomeren, “Exploring All By Myself”, Fabric
- Jim Havey, “Secret Canyon”, Photograph
- Lorie Merfeld-Batson, “The Gypsy”, Oil
- Sandra Dalton, “Bonzai Train”, Photograph
- Greg Smith, “Fall Sunrise, Beckwith Ranch”, Photograph
- Autumn Ginnetti, “Forgotten”, Photograph on wood
- Eve Nagode, “Secret Portal”, Photograph
- Sharon Conner, “Wabi Sabi V”, Acrylic
- Jean Krueger, “Lower Comanche Lake”, Watercolor
There were 54 entries and 28 participating artists. All entries were accepted except one with broken glass during shipment. 17 artists voted. Thank you all for your participation. More will be published as images of the winning entries become available.
Remember the Calendar Art Competition entry is this Saturday, March 5. See the details of entry here. Check this page Friday (March 4) to make sure of no weather delays.
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