Sangres Art Guild

Westcliffe, CO

High Peaks Show Awards

The People’s Choice Award winners of the High Peaks art show are: 1st Place Photography by Sandi Dalton for “Iris” – the White Cat, 1st place Fine Art by Andy Mast for his graphite artwork “Peace in Solitude” and 2nd place Fine Art by Pattie Wall for her pastel “Rocky Mountain Goat.” Congratulations to the winners of this month’s show at 3rd Street Gallery! Great refreshments and spirits were done by Teresa Farish and Amy Motezedi. Special thanks to Smythe and Taylor for providing a plethora of good tunes and excellent entertainment!

The “High Peaks” show runs Thursday’s through Monday’s until September 23 at the 3rd St. Gallery, 11-4.

Happy Trails Winners

Congratulations to the winners of the People’s Choice awards for the Happy Trails show! First Place went to Curt Gillespie for his oil painting “Mountain Ranch” and second place went to Amy Motazedi for her beautiful oil painting “Blue Sage Sentinel.” The show runs until August 26. Gallery hours are 11-4, Thursdays through Mondays, so Giddyup on over to 3rd Street Gallery and see the awesome entries!

Your Land My Land Show Winners

You still have time to view the art!

The Fourth of July holiday weekend featured the “Your Land, My Land” Art Show opening reception on Saturday, July 6th. Thanks to all who attended our opening reception at the 3rd St. Gallery. We had over 80 patrons who viewed the artwork, some as far away as Florida! When you view the amazing artwork, you will note that not only does it represent local artists, but artists from Woodland Park, Poncha Springs, Canon City and Pueblo! This show will run until July 28th and features 32 artists, representing 10 different mediums and 66 pieces of artwork.

The award winners from the reception for the Your Land, My Land Art Show at 3rd Street Gallery are: First place, Fine Art went to Curt Gillespie for his oil painting “Valley Ranch”. Second place, Fine Art, went to Tony Pachak for his oil painting “Westcliffe Warriors”. First place, Photography and 3D art went to Joe Beakey for his photograph “Fiery Aspens”. CONGRATULATIONS to everyone!

2020 Calendar Show Reception

Thank you to all who attended the opening reception for the 20/20 Visions Calendar Show held May 4th at the 3rd Street Gallery. It is a great show and had over 70 guests/patrons who came to view the new artwork!

October, Aspen Snow, Connie Teinke, Acrylic

A huge congratulations to the People’s Choice award winners at the 20/20 Visions Calendar show.  1st place went to Connie Reinke’s acrylic piece titled “Aspen Snow” and 2nd place went to Karen LeBlond for her raku clay framed art titled “The Night Guides Me Home”.

The winners of the door prizes went to Arlene Babylon for winning the autographed SAG 20/20 Visions art calendar and to SAG member Sharon Conner of Canon City who won 2 tickets to the High Mountain Hay Fever bluegrass festival July 11 – 14. Thank you to Polly Miller for donating those great tickets!

The gallery is OPEN for the season.  There is still plenty of time to see the 20/20 Visions Calendar Show, which runs from May 4 to July 1.  The gallery is open Thursday – Mondays, 11 to 4pm.

2020 Calendar Winners

Congratulations to the winners of the 2020 Calendar Show competition (in alphabetical order):

  • Sandra Dalton, “Sylvester”, Photograph
  • Donna Ehrhardt, “Whimsical Sunflower”, Alcohol Ink
  • Curt Gillespie, “Winter Mountain Stream”, Oil
  • Gushikawa, “Ojo de Aguila”, Photograph
  • Karen LeBlond, “The Night Guides Me Home”, Raku Clay
  • Lorie Merfeld-Batson, “February Morn”, Oil
  • Marti Minogue, “Winter Welcome to Westcliffe”, Watercolor
  • Linda Ouellette, “Kingman Turquoise & Copper Navajo Pearls”, Jewelry
  • Anne Owens, “Some Kind of Plant”, Pastel
  • Connie Reinke, “Aspen Snow”, Acrylic
  • Liz VanSomeren, “Toupee”, Graphite
  • Pattie Wall, “Aspens – Late Summer”, Acrylic
  • Terri Wiebke, “Wild Hollyhocks”, Pastel

Thirty artists entered 56 pieces.  All entries were accepted.

The Calendar Show entries were judged on March 7th by Marty Brens of Art in the Aspens.  She was very impressed with the quality of the entries and had a difficult time narrowing it to only 13!  Thank you Marty!