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427 E Colorado Ave
Colorado Springs, CO, 80903
United States

719-520-1899

EXHIBITIONS

EXHIBITIONS


CURRENT

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SHOWCASE
SEPTEMBER 1, 2018 - NOVEMBER 30, 2018

Cottonwood is home to over 60 artists, and "Showcase" is a rare opportunity to get to know their most current work side by side. This three month exhibit is a distillation of each artist's point of view and highlights what they consider their most successful, quintessential projects.


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SYNCHRONICITY
WORKS INSPIRED BY HELEN FRANKENTHALER
NOVEMBER 2, 2018 - NOVEMBER 30, 2018

Cottonwood is thrilled to announce a juried show for November, composed of artists of all mediums who have taken inspiration from Helen Frankenthaler, a post-WWII painter who throughout the duration of her career changed the modern take on abstraction with her invention of her soak-stain technique. Frakenthaler’s work from the 1950’s onward forever changed the world's expectations of abstract art, shifting it from traditional abstract expressionism to color field painting. Incorporating []


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COTTONWOOD POTTERY STUDENTS
NOVEMBER 2, 2018 - NOVEMBER 30, 2018

This show celebrates many of the talented students and artists who make their work in Cottonwood's pottery studio. Artworks displayed in this show range from beginning students who have taken just a few classes on up to artists who have worked in clay for many years.


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PASSAGE | THE PROCESS OF TRANSITION FROM ONE STATE TO ANOTHER
NOVEMBER 2, 2018 - NOVEMBER 30 2018

Using painting, fibers and objects found in nature, Passage is an exploration of life cycles and change.


PAUL TOPPING
NOVEMBER 2, 2018 - NOVEMBER 30 2018

Paul Topping's work is filled with depth of color and texture. His use of unusual medium and object add life and dimension to his work.


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UPCOMING

SMALL TALES
WORKS INSPIRED BY BEATRIX POTTER
DECEMBER 1, 2018 - JANUARY 2019

Beatrix Potter was an English writer, illustrator, natural scientist, and conservationist best known for her books for children featuring animals, such as those in The Tale of Peter Rabbit. Potter's artistic and literary interests were deeply influenced by fairies, fairy tales, and fantasy as well as a love of landscape, flora, and fauna, all of which she closely observed and painted. She studied book []