Left: RDG MartinHelldorfer, Study-10. Right: RDG Christy Georg, Triple Doser
Red Dot Gallery Spring 2017 Exhibition
Opening reception: Friday, April 14, 5 to 7 p.m. Exhibit on display through May 26
Santa Fe Community College's Red Dot Gallery presents its annual Spring Exhibition featuring this year's selection of artwork by new and emerging artists from across the state. The exhibit opens with a public reception on Friday, April 14, from 5 to 7 p.m. and continues through May 26. The Gallery is open from Tuesday to Sunday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
This year's selection includes over 20 emerging student, alumni, staff and faculty artists from Clovis Community College, I.A.I.A., Santa Fe Community College, and Santa Fe University of Arts and Design. Artists include Bob Brady, Oriana Cottrell, Julia Dangaran, Bob Dart, Regina Dart, Frances Ehrenberg-Hyman, Devon Fox, Christy Georg, Cal George, JC Gonzo, Martin Helldorfer, Cheryl Hoagland, Carl Lyle Jenkins, Mark Katrinak, Issak Kevan-Hoffman, Mike Kimball, Terran Kipp, Kathy Knorr, Lida Kouraki, Pat Lovenhart, Katrina Marin-Demers, Todd Owuehand, Karen Tiliakos, Ben Utigard, and Ken Wilson.
Red Dot Gallery places emphasis on presenting affordable contemporary and traditional artwork in diverse media such as ceramics, collage, drawings, fine furniture, glassware, jewelry, painting, photography, sculpture and woodturning.
Santa Fe Communitpy College's Red Dot Gallery, at 826 Canyon Road, is open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Tuesday through Sunday. It is a commercial gallery operated by SFCC's School of Arts, Design, and Media Arts. The Red Dot Gallery is made possible through the generous support of Zane Bennett Contemporary Art. For more information: 505-820-7338, email@example.com, www.red-dot-gallery.com. Follow us on Facebook.
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