Speakeasy gallery showcases local art | SummitDaily.com

Speakeasy gallery showcases local art


BRECKENRIDGE – The Speakeasy Movie Theatre opens today, and with it, a new batch of art adorns the walls.Four local artists will display their photographs, acrylics, mono prints, water colors, oil paintings and sculptures, and they’ll all be on hand from 5-6 p.m. Saturday in the Speakeasy Gallery (in the Colorado Mountain College basement). They’ll also serve light appetizers and beverages.Karl Duppen paints traditional and infrared black-and-white photographs using mediums including oils, colored pencil, watercolors and pastel crayons. He has been crafting his art for 20 years. Connie Johnson displays water colors and mono prints. Julie Lyne paints landscape oil paintings of New Mexico and Summit County which come alive with vibrant color in small and large sizes. Martin Drlik Solt works artistically with marble, alabaster, glass, metal, acrylic, ink and paper. “Inspiration (comes from) music, nature, life – the good and the bad – love, comics, tragedies and loss. All these things inspire my work,” Solt said.

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