“Each little flower that opens,
each little bird that sings,
God made their glowing colors,
and made their tiny wings.
All things bright and beautiful,
all creatures’ great and small,
all things wise and wonderful:
the Lord God made them all.”
This old familiar hymn brings to mind the profound mystery of our connection to all creatures in our universe. We may call them “Critters” but our hearts are warmed by them; and wild or tame, they provide joy to us in our lives on earth.
Because of our heartfelt connection to animals, the Corazon Gallery holds a “Critter Show,” open to all local artists, every year. Artists’ newest creations of furry ones, winged ones and whiskered ones will again fill the Gallery’s exhibition space during the month of October.
Artists may bring their entries to the Gallery at 149 East Main Street in Trinidad on Wednesday, September 25 from 10-5. The show will be judged and awards handed out at the opening reception on Friday, September 27, from 5-7 pm. The Critter show will be open from that date until closing, on Sunday, November 10.
Work will be accepted in all media and the Critters portrayed may be real or imaginary.
Artists: this is a very popular show and moderately priced artworks usually sell well, so bring as many as you want. There is no limit for each artist. The cost for each entry is $10.
The only requirements are that the work must have been created during the past three years and wall art must be suitably framed for hanging with wire.
For information and prospectus either visit the Gallery, located across the street from the Mitchell Museum, or check the Corazon Gallery Facebook page, or call the Corazon Gallery at 719-846-0207.