FROM A REMEMBRANCE | 2/4/22 – 5/14/22
Su Kaiden Cho was born and raised in Seoul, South Korea. Cho is a Korean contemporary artist and he now resides and works in Colorado. Cho’s oeuvre reconciles the identity challenges reflecting his life experiences caught in between South Korean customs and American mores. Cho received a Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Arts Practices with an emphasis in installation arts from the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs. Cho has exhibited his work in numerous galleries in Colorado, including solo exhibitions and artist in residency.
SELECTIONS FROM THE FRANCIS KING COLLECTION OF WESTERN ART
2/26/22 - 4/30/22
The Francis King Collection of Western Art was founded upon the generous donation of collector Francis E. King of Pueblo in 1979. The collection originally consisted of one hundred paintings and one bronze sculpture. At that time, it was one of the largest gifts ever given by an individual to the city and county of Pueblo. Today the collection has grown to over 425 pieces.
2/4/22 – 5/7/22
Exo-Sanctuaries is a mixed media, collaborative, multi-spatial, immersive art installation experience. As a collection of environmentally-inspired installations. Exo-Sanctuaries seeks to immerse the visitor in visceral interactions with permeable atmospheric renditions of organic shelter and elements.
DAVE HAYDEN: LAKE PUEBLO STATE PARK: A SEASONAL RETROSPECTIVE
1/18/22 – 2/19/22
Sangre de Cristo Arts Center's Photographer in Residence
Every day Lake Pueblo State Park offers a different experience if you take the time to notice. As the sun travels across the sky, the shadows and highlights quietly change revealing previously unseen textures.