Exhibit Spotlight

June’s Exhibit Local Color: A Collaboration
Sponsored by Barbara Smith, JC Maxon
& Sammy Burman

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Local Color: a Collaboration is an exhibit to present, promote and sell local and locally represented art. Select works from businesses and organizations will be displayed as a visual statement of the incredible art available in Fremont County. This exhibit is packed full of amazing artwork for purchase throughout the month from June 7th to June 29th.


72nd annual Blossom Festival Fine Art
Exhibit awards!
sponsored by Drs. Eric & Linda Carlson

The 72nd Annual Blossom Festival Fine Art Exhibit is one you won’t want to miss. This year’s digital submissions were double that of prior years, making the judging process even more difficult.
After much deliberation, Blossom judge Aaron Alexander, Department Chair of the Department of Art, at CSU Pueblo selected the pieces for this exhibit. From this selection he then had to judge the exhibit again, narrowing it down to the following awards:

1st Place: Coleen Bobinac “By the Light of the Waning Moon’
2nd Place: C. Corey Hendershott “Gaia of the Rocks”
3rd Place: Sharon Conner “Mindscape”
4 Merit Awards:
Rhonda Denney “Summer Night Skies”
Barbara Smith “Sunrise Rocks”
Kim Strickengloss “ Birdhouse”
Cee Sullivan “Ghost Flowers”

Congratulations to all our award winners and thank you to everyone who entered.
Our sincere gratitude goes to Aaron Alexander for his time and diligence
in judging this substantially sized exhibit.
*For more pictures from the awards ceremony find us on Instagram at fremontcenterforthearts.

1st Place Award
Coleen Bobinac“By the Light of the Waning Moon”

2nd Place Award
C. Corey Hendershott
“Gaia of the Rocks”

 

3rd Place award
Sharon Conner “Mindscape”

 
 

Merit Awards

Rhonda Denney “Summer Night Skies”

Rhonda Denney “Summer Night Skies”

Barbara Smith “Sunrise Rocks”

Barbara Smith “Sunrise Rocks”

Kim Strickengloss “Birdhouse”

Kim Strickengloss “Birdhouse”

 
Cee Sullivan “Ghost Flowers”

Cee Sullivan “Ghost Flowers”