CHAC Presents: HIGH ENERGY! COLOR AND VIBRATION!
A vigorously energetic and forceful group of artists who have come together to exhibit their artistic talent!
COLOR AND VIBRATION!
Color is, therefore, one of the manifestations of vibration and all vibration manifests in corresponding color, the color being merely an indication of the occult chemical activity. Come and see the vibrant colors and feel what the artist and photographers felt as they were creating their master pieces!!
Artists and Photographers that will be exhibiting their work are:
- Cecilia Broder
- Chris Valdez
- Juanita Gutierrez
- Keith West
- Lucille Ruibal
- Raphael Sanchez
- Susie Malbacias
CHAC Norte Presents:
We would personally like to invite you to the“HILOS Culturales Desde Ayer” photo exhibit. The exhibit will be held at CHAC Gallery fromSeptember 3rd through September 27th, 2014. If your schedule permits the opening for the exhibit isFriday September 5th 2014, 6-10pm.
CHAC Norte Artists for September:
Bob Martinez- when Robert was quite young he developed an interest for Native American cultures. He was raised in Colorado’s San Luis Valley. His family frequently visited New Mexico where his fascination with Native American cultures grew and developed. His work is profound and stunning. Many have complimented the strength and grace portrayed in his fine paintings.
“Learn the Hope”- one of the many wonderful inspiring art pieces by Daniel Luna. They are not only paintings; they get you thinking, you try to figure out the message hidden among the images on his canvas…
Michael Penny- shares his broad collection of inspirational art pieces that include a wide selection of fine pieces that were inspired by his love of nature, culture and life.
Tony Ankele, “I hope to create paintings that make the viewer think, wonder or even fantasize about what the painting means to them”
Suzanne Martino “I enjoy finding relationships between objects, combining old with new and through a mixed medium presenting the parts in a fresh context.”
Crystal O’Brien, “I am Happy to be showing my mixed media assemble artwork with two other very talented mixed media artists! I love working with found objects and turning them into a works of art!”
Joy McIntosh, “My art is a mélange of detritus: a mixture of disparate remnants that I have collected and reincarnated. I will be showing some of my broken tile mosaics as well as some sacred hearts and crosses that are made of wood, metal, and found objects.”
This picture of Rebecca Rozales by her sculpture Coyolxzuhqui” the re- created Aztec Moon Goddess. At the CHAC Gallery, June 4th 2014 group Show called Sueños “Dreams” in recognition of “Support A Fair Equality” (S.A.F.E ) for all Women, The objective is engaging in Positive Messaging. There people can write a positive letter, message, note or good word which will go into the sleeves (small box shapes) surrounding the perimeter of the circular piece which will be sealed October 2014. Then on October 11th 2014, there will be an open to the public forum with poetry and refreshments. For more information call720-331-8768 or e-mail email@example.com.
Sean Trujillo: Santos artwork carries a rich traditional and cultural history in the Hispanic-American community. For centuries these methods have carried on and have adapted to modern day society. Sean Trujillo is a Santero from Denver Colorado whose Spanish colonial ancestors gave him this religious cultural tradition. He uses traditional and modern methods to create theses religious venerations to fulfill the duties of a Santero in today’s society.
Joe Martinez- “Our Lady of Guadalupe”. Most people a familiar with Joe’s photography work; he is trying his hand at Santos! They are quite nice and have a great flair of originality! Stop by to see this new journey that Joe is embarking upon.
Dominic Domingo affirms “My artwork is a reflection of me.”
Tami Thurston, “I doodle on everything, all the time. My family and friends have prompted me to doodle on canvases so they’ll be archival. I hope you enjoy the whimsy.”
Free 3rd Saturday Class at Byers Library!
Please join CHAC Gallery in collaboration with Byers Branch Library Connecting Vecinos program for a FREE 3rd Saturday art class: Sugar Skulls. Saturday, September 20th from 2:00-3:30PM.
Call for Entry: El Dia de Los Muertos
CHAC Gallery & Cultural Center
774 Santa Fe Drive Denver
Attention Artists, Students, Teachers and Community Members!
2014 “El Dia de Los Muertos” –A Celebration of Life!
Best of Show $100, and two honorable mentions $25 each!
Judges Stephanie Shearer and Chris Bacorn owners of Pandora on the Hill and Soul Haus!
Show Dates: Wed. Oct. 1- Sat. November 1, 2014
Opening Reception October 17th 6-9 PM
With a procession with Aztec dancers, and traditional refreshments
- Artwork drop off is Sunday September 28th from noon to 4 PM at 774 Santa Fe Drive Denver CO 80205. 303-571-0440
- You may also drop off your work ahead of time during regular gallery hours the week prior.
- Requirements: Work must be Festive, Fun…new, never shown at CHAC, and based on the cultural theme of El Dia de Los Muertos (Day of the Dead). Work must be ready to hang. (Student artwork is the only exception) Art work must be suitable for a family friendly, environment, and be all age appropriate. 25% commission on all sales.
- All Mediums are welcome including, but not limited to paintings, photography, sculpture, drawings, carvings, mixed media, fabric and jewelry.
- Artwork may be refused for any reason if deemed inappropriate for the exhibit.
- Altars-We are encouraging small altars due to limited space. Sunday set up only! Please call to reserve a spot beforehand. $20 donation required.
Entry fee: Free for CHAC Gallery members, $10 each or 3 for $25 for non members Teachers and schools $1.00 per art piece per child. We will work with you on pricing and sizes. Please call Crystal at303-571-0440 with any questions!
Brighton Day of the Dead Art Show
Make CHAC Gallery your one stop sugar shop! Please visit our gift shop where we have everything you need to make your own sugar skulls: sugar skull molds and meringue, as well as pre-made sugar skulls for your sweet celebrations. Our gift shop also has an extensive collection of Dia de Los Muertos merchandise.
CHAC Gallery offers sugar skull and La Catrina workshops for your school, workplace, private party or public celebrations. We will send an artist to you or you can book your workshop at the gallery and enjoy the festive environment at CHAC!
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