The Sangres Art Guild hosted its last art show reception for 2020, the Winter Wonders Art Show, on Saturday, December 5th at the 3rd Street Gallery. Guests had two floors to explore and also voted on the People’s Choice Awards. The winners were Daniel Ludvig’s “Star Party Crashers” done with colored pencil and an oil by Terri Wiebke titled “Santa Fe Snow.” Congratulations to the People’s Choice winners!
If you have not had a chance to see the show, it runs Thursday – Monday, 11-4, until December 21 at the 3rd Street Gallery. This show has smaller pieces of art, great for gift giving. SAG also has its 2021 SAG Fine Art Calendar for sale, which makes great gift giving as well.
A great show and reception. The People’s Choice awards were 1st Place – Cara Fandel for her Photographic Print “Abandoned” and 2nd Place – Michael Arterburn, for his oil, “Rocks at South Colony.”
The show had 47 works of art from artists from Westcliffe, Woodland Park, Dallas, TX, Poncha Springs, Canon City and Raton, New Mexico.
For those of you who have not seen the High Peaks Art Show, it runs until September 28, with 2 floors to explore!
The show is sponsored by the Sangres Art Guild, a non-profit, and is open to the public, artists, art lovers and collectors. In addition to the artwork, the SAG Fine Art Calendar for 2021 is available for sale. Thanks to all who attended. Come by and see the show – gallery hours Thurs. – Mon. 11am to 4pm. Masks required.
1st Place: Judy Sprague of Poncha Springs – “Waiting To Dance” – Pastel
2nd Place: Jeanie Truitt of Canon City – “Midnight Glow” – Watercolor
The show had 40 unique entries with new and returning artists. The voting was close.
The show is sponsored by the Sangres Art Guild, a non-profit, and is open to the public, artists, art lovers and collectors through August 31 at 3rd Street Gallery. In addition to the artwork, the SAG Fine Art Calendar for 2021 is available for sale as well as artwork by Gallery Hosts on the second level. Thanks to all who attended the opening reception and voted for Peoples’ Choice.
July 4th marked the Opening Reception of our Heart Land Art Show, where the public voted on Peoples’ Choice awards. First place was Mary Leslie Hartman’s oil painting “Old Soul.” Second place went to Pattie Wall for her pastel “Yucca.” Congratulations! See the winning images and more about the show on the Heart Land Art Show page.