Pueblo Chile & Frijoles Festival
“It’s a Little Bit Chile” for September
Pueblo, Colo.—August 14, 2017—Steel City Art Works will heat things up with the opening reception of “It’s a Little Bit Chile” in celebration of Pueblo’s annual Chile & Frijoles Festival on First Friday Art Walk, Sept. 1, 5 to 8 p.m., 216 S. Union Ave., Pueblo. The show will hang all month.
Music will also abound this night with a Rista stringing group as well as musician Terry Lakes, who will delight with campfire favorites and the classics. There will also be a raffle at the end of the night for the Ristas (yes, get them for your next event), with proceeds to support The Steel City Society for the Arts.
Many of the artists at the gallery will serve up their artistic interpretations of the Pueblo chile. This night also includes three featured artists, who will showcase their unique talents, including: model ship canons as well as balancing triangular sculptures
Steel City Art Works Offers
“Collective Perspective” of Downtown Pueblo
Pueblo, Colo.—July 17, 2017—Steel City Art Works will host its unique artistic viewpoint of Downtown Pueblo and the surrounding area through the eyes and works of four artists in its “Collective Perspective,” on First Friday Art Walk, August 4, 5 to 8 p.m., 216 S. Union Ave., Pueblo. The show will hang all month.
Each of the four featured artists will offer up his/her version of the area, such as: architectural photography by Linda Cates; acrylics of alleys by June Galaz; acrylics of people and shops by Diana LaMorris; and places to visit by sculptor and metal artist Lionel Trujillo.
Steel City Art Works Gallery is an artist co-operative founded in 2007. Known as “A Community of Creators,” the Gallery boasts more than 40 local artists offering a diverse selection of art forms. Each month the Gallery hosts featured artists as well as themed shows. For more information about the artists and upcoming events, please visit steelcityartworks.com, call 719-542-6838, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or follow on Facebook. The Gallery is open free to the public, Monday to Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and on Sunday, 12:30 to 4:30 p.m.