‘Transitions’ art exhibit opens Sunday at Summit County Library
The Summit County Art Forum is unveiling a new exhibit at the Summit County Commons with a free opening from 4-6 p.m. Sunday at the Summit County Library in Frisco.
The display called “Transitions” will showcase the work of several local artists on the building’s upper level, and at Sunday’s opening, artists will be on hand to discuss their work, along with representatives from the Summit County Conflict Resolution Coalition and the Building Hope Initiative, who will talk about how their outreach efforts are changing lives for the better.
“Life is all about change,” Art Forum program assistant Leslie Walker said in a news release. “This exhibit gives us the opportunity to see artists’ interpretations of transitions on many different levels. Additionally, the displays by our community partners, Building Hope and the Summit County Conflict Resolution Coalition, provide insights into how we can better navigate the changes in our lives.”
The exhibit will be on display through January.
Featured artists include Corky Woodring, Cecelia Eidemiller, Matt Lit, Len Szmurlo, Bill Linfield, Jeremy Greene, Jessica Ream, Sandi Bruns, Rocket Nelson, Adolph Zimmerman and John Hudnut.
Origami peace cranes created by inmates at the Summit County Justice Center will also be on display at the library.
Sunday’s opening will include light refreshments, and all ages are welcome. The Art Forum features three four-month shows each year. For more, SummitCountyCO.gov/ArtForum.
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