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March Exhibition

CHAC South Presents

Peace Through The Lens… An American Story”

This will be one of the most important photographic exhibits CHAC has ever held. “We are expanding the viewing area and dedicating the entire gallery space to this exhibit,” says Crystal O’Brien, Executive director.

Visitors will be viewing unique images in a new and alluring light. Some of the photographers are seasoned professionals with national and international recognition. What they all have in common, says curator Judy Miranda, “is a desire to share with the viewing public an intimate look into the lives and places that their images represent.”
Contact: Judy Miranda – fotojudy@comcast.net or call 303.669.8810

Opening Reception:
Friday, March 3rd. 6-9PM

Second Reception:
Friday, March 17th, 6-9PM
The judge’s awards will be presented.


CHAC Gallery North Presents

“Legacy”

Sun Rose Iron Shell is a graduate from the Institute of American Indian Arts, where she received a BA in museum studies and a BFA in studio arts. Sun Rose is Titowan, Sicangu and Oglala, Lakota.Using art, she explores Lakota ideologies and the use of supernatural icons throughout Indigenous oral histories
Opening Reception:
Friday, March 3rd. 6-9PM
 
Michael Penny
CHAC Member
Myths, symbols, and legends permeate all languages, cultures and lives. The influence mythology has in our most basic traditions can be observed in the language, customs, rituals, values and morals of every culture. One way of understanding a culture is to study the underlying mythological beliefs, the symbols used to represent myths, and understanding the legends of a culture. Such an exploration leads to a greater understanding of the essence of a culture. I try to express the myths, symbols, and legends of ancient cultures through my art.
Sean Rozales
CHAC Member
These images are informed by a glory of the purity of light transfigured out of pain and suffering. I’m interested in the dimension of existence that transforms life through transcendence. The concept of contemplative qualities weaves throughout my creative work as I construct the camera less image. Each external illumination grows as I immerse my inner self to a level of higher consciousness. The camera less photographic image serves as a manifestation of God in nature, which communicates an inner visceral peace. God’s infinitude, Immensity, Goodness, Justice, Mercy, Grace, Omnipresence, Immanence, Holiness and Perfection are all considered part of his attributes. These are the principles of God that I want to visually and symbolically reconcile within my creative work.

Megan Deanza
CHAC Member
Megan Deanza is exploring new ways of creativity in this months exhibit
Stevon Lucero
CHAC Member
Stevon Lucero paints his profound visions with power and beauty. Visions of Metarealism and Pre-Columbian imagery, Smaller quick pieces are not only affordable, but priced to sell.

Daniel Luna
CHAC Member
Daniel Luna and Lunapparel have creative new Pots Paintings and athletic wear
Robert Martinez
CHAC Member
Robert Martinez has fantastic new visions as he captures the beauty of the Native spirit.

Joe Martinez
CHAC Member
Joe Martinez will be hanging new inspirational photos from his travels along the Southwest, with prints postcards and a variety of cards available.
Mpek
CHAC Member
Mpek unveils his is new canvas pieces, This is a MUST see if you have not had the chance to see yet

Tony Ankele
CHAC Member
Tony Ankele Has inspirational new pieces and prints available
Yohel Yuriuilca
CHAC Member
Yohel Yuriuilca The breathtaking artist from Peru has colorful pieces inspired from the beauty of his hometown. Trained in Fine arts in Peru his primary basis is to teach and show the public his art and the art of his country.

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