The City of Brighton’s Eye for Art program is busy setting up a new art exhibit at City Hall. The “Cycles of Life” art exhibit open Monday, Jan. 14 and includes over 214 beautiful pieces of art in a winter/spring show. The exhibit includes 68 local and regional artists on display and is free to the public during normal business hours.
The “Cycles of Life” art exhibit features unique artwork that refreshes the memories of past, present and future life cycles. Artwork on display is created in vibrant oils, acrylics, inks, watercolors, graphite/color pencil, exciting photography, feather art, fused glass, bronze sculpture, mixed media and jewelry.
There will be an artist reception held on Jan. 25 from 6-9 p.m. when the public can come view the art on display and also meet the artists. If you’d like to attend, please RSVP ahead of time by calling 303-655-2034.
All artwork on display is available for purchase and ready to enhance your home or business with the cool dashes of winter and vibrant cycles of spring in original artwork. Videos and catalogs are available online at the www.brightoncoARTs.org/135
The City of Brighton proudly supports the promotion of art and culture within the City. Artists or art groups interested in future shows; please contact Laurie Lozano-Maier, Eye for Art Coordinator, at 303-655-2034 for more information.