By The Lincoln Center
Daily Chronicles continues through April 15. The exhibit focuses on the beauty and simplicity of everyday life and features the work of Andrew DeCaen, Morgan Ford Willingham, Teddi Parker and Whitney Sage. Each of the four artists transforms ordinary situations into a thought-provoking opportunity to draw attention to and appreciate one’s surroundings.
The next exhibit, Shades of Spring, opens April 20 and continues through June 3. This exhibit features work with the theme of springtime by local artists—Chelsea Ermer, Diane Findley, Joe Motive, Shawna Turner, Kristen Vohs, and The Plein Air Artists of Colorado. Fort Collins muralists will be live painting inside the gallery to create their expressions of spring for the exhibit. Visitors can watch as 5-by-8-foot canvases come to life—much like the transformation of our landscape this time of year. A selection of artworks by members of Plein Air Artists of Colorado will be featured in the lobby gallery. “En plein air” is the French expression for “in the open air.” Plein air painters leave their studios behind and experience painting and drawing in the landscape. This desire to be in nature creates the ideal opportunity to capture the unique characteristics of the season.
The Lincoln Center Art Gallery is free and open to the public Wednesdays and Fridays, 12–6 p.m. and prior to most performances. Information is available at www.lctix.com/exhibitions or by calling 970-416-2737.
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